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"The Sopranos" Christopher (TV Episode 2002) Poster

(TV Series)

(2002)

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In this episode, Silvio Dante (played by Steven Van Zandt ) tries to stop a protest by Native Americans. In reality, Van Zandt has won several awards for his human rights activism, particularly by championing sovereignty rights of indigenous people.
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Ralphie's accusations about Iron Eyes Cody are true. Cody was actually a man of Sicilian descent named Espera DeCorti.
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This episode features the only series appearance by actress Joyce Van Patten, half-sister of 'Sopranos' director Timothy Van Patten. She plays Dr. Susan Shaw.
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Tony's reference to Gary Cooper as "the strong silent type" is the second time in the series the protagonist refers to the legendary actor as prime male role model. The first time was in the pilot show. And repeated references re-occur later in this same Season 4 in the appropriately named episode "The Strong Silent Type".
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The mention of Frankie Valli's name and his apparent friendship with the New Jersey mob in the final scene foreshadows the appearance of the real Valli as a cast member in Season 5, when he begins his portrayal of a New York crime-family capo.
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The judge who presides at Junior's trial is played by Randy N. Barbee, who is also an assistant director on the series. It's his first of six appearances playing Judge Runions.
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