Livia plays her guilt games on Janice, saying her children have abandoned her in her time of need. Things don't get better when Anthony Jr. tells her Janice has been talking about a DNR order for her. Tony is upset when he finds that Janice has taken down the For Sale sign in front of their mother's house. Janice says she just wants to change real state agents to save money but Tony doesn't trust her. There are problems at one of Uncle Junior's construction site when a civil rights activist begins protests over the few African-Americans on the work site. Tony sends a message to his uncle via Bobby Baccalieri about who is in charge. For his part, Uncle Junior gets bail but is subject to house arrest and has to wear an electronic bracelet. Uncle Junior has a fall in the shower. Big Pussy has a meeting with someone interesting. Written by
Did You Know?
This is the only episode directed by the major "Sopranos" staffer Martin Bruestle
, who produced or co-produced every one of the series's 86 episodes. But for whatever reason, after this attempt, it was "Do Not Resuscitate " for Bruestle's directing career. See more
In the extreme closeup of Livia's forehead when she's in the hospital bed, you can clearly see the criss-cross pattern of the base of the wig she's wearing. See more
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.
If I were you, I would seriously consider salads!
Bobby "Bacala" Baccalieri
Why won't you take a look in a mirror, you insensitive fuck!
References The Ed Sullivan Show
Goodnight, My Love
Music by Harry Revel
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Performed by Benny Goodman
with Ella Fitzgerald
on vocals See more