The Sopranos: Season 2, Episode 13

Funhouse (9 Apr. 2000)

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Tony gets sick from food poisoning and blames Artie's restaurant. Pussy, meanwhile, reaches the end of the line.

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Meadow's graduation is finally at hand and she decides on which college to attend. Tony is having something of a rough time with a severe bout of food poisoning. In his sick bed, he has interesting dreams about those around him. He also finds Pussy's wire so they go fishing along with Sylvio and Paulie. Pussy won't return. Tony is arrested at home when his mother Livia and her sister are stopped at the airport with stolen airline tickets. At Meadow's graduation, Tony has a final chat with David Scatino, the man whose gambling debts to Tony and Richie Aprile led to his ruin. Written by garykmcd

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Funhouse (#2.13)
10 March 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Tony goes out to the restaurant and gets food poisoning. He is sick a lot and ends up hallucinating and having bad dreams a lot. Most of them are about Pussy. Tony then checks and finds Pussy's wire device. They end up executing them.

Having watched only two seasons I so far think that Sopranos doesn't let their best episodes be the last. Unlike other shows they don't go for a break with a big BOOM, leaving everyone stunned, but more in a peaceful way, leaving it all seemingly wrapped up.

It was an interesting idea with the food poisoning. Making it all a bit more lyrical and metaphorical. At the same time I didn't like it. It didn't make sense how Tony figured out Pussy. Also his killing as kind of poetic, it seems this time Tony didn't struggle at all about his friend. Either he went over it before, or just his sickness was supposed to represent it.


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