Christopher is in hospital after the shooting but goes into cardiac arrest and must undergo emergency surgery. The surgery goes well but the doctor admits that Christopher was clinically dead for about one minute. When he awakens from his surgery, Christopher believes he had a out of body experience and saw his father and uncle playing cards in hell. They tell him that's where he's headed, and when he awakens he's convinced he's going to hell. After Carmella hears that another gangster's girlfriend gave birth, she decides Tony should have vasectomy. Pussy tells his FBI contact that he thinks Tony is onto him so he sets out to find the man who shot Christopher in the hopes that it will bring them closer together Written by
Did You Know?
This episode is a first for two "Sopranos" regulars: the first of five episodes written by actor Michael Imperioli
, as well as the first of four directed by Henry Bronchtein
, primarily a first or second assistant director on almost every program in the series. See more
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.
Excuse me, but let me tell you something, when America opened the flood gates and let all of us Italians in, what do you think they were doing that for? Because they were trying to save us from poverty? No they did it because they need us, they needed us to build their cities, dig their subways and it made them richer the Carnegies, the Rockefellers, they needed the worker bees, then there we were, but some all us didn't want to swarm around the hive and lose who we were, we wanted to stay ...
References Pulp Fiction
My Lover's Prayer
Written and Performed by Otis Redding See more