As Tony requested, Carmela goes with him to one of his sessions with Dr. Melfi. It starts off okay, but suddenly Carmela feels she's the one on the hot seat and it quickly degenerates into name calling and anger.On the way home Tony gets speeding ticket from a no-nonsense policeman who isn't at all impressed that he stopped Tony Soprano. Tony approaches his crooked Assemblyman, Ronald Zellman, to get the ticket fixed but there are unexpected consequences. When one of the Spatafores is beaten by Mustang Sally, who is having a argument with his girlfriend, Gigi Cestone gets the green light from Tony to take action. Tony clears it with Mustang Sally's godfather, Bobby Bacala Senior, who is visiting from Miami. He's not well and Bobby Junior is worried when he hears that it's his Dad who will make the hit. Uncle Junior gets Johnny Sack to talk to Tony but his intervention is not welcome. Now that he's a made man, Christopher insists that Adriana quit her job at Artie Buco's restaurant. It... Written by
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Although the show's creator David Chase had a rule about no camera-movement in the therapy scenes with Dr. Melfi, at the start of this episode the camera slowly moves to the right revealing Carmela sitting next to Tony for their first joint therapy session. See more
When Junior is throwing stuff around his living room after he hears about Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri, Sr. dying, there is a quick scene of him throwing something with his glasses off, and then it flashes back and he's still wearing his glasses. See more
[at the hospital, visiting Bryan Spatafore who has been beaten into a coma by Mustang Sally
All right, obviously you told the cops you don't know who did this?
I'm upset, but please... I know how to keep my mouth shut.
Unless of course there's a salami sandwich around.
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