The Sopranos: Season 3, Episode 8

He Is Risen (15 Apr. 2001)

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Tensions rise between Tony and Ralphie until circumstances demand that they resolve their differences. Meadow gets involved with Jackie's son, and ends up in trouble.

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Meadow and Jackie Aprile Jr. meet at a frat party and start taking an interest in one another. Tony and Ralphie Cifaretto are still feuding with Ralph refusing his offer to buy him a drink. The insult leads Tony to cancel their previous invitation to Thanksgiving dinner but Carmela's story about canceling dinner doesn't hold up for very long when Jackie Jr. shows up at the house to see Meadow. Carmela's not too keen on the two of them seeing each other. Ralph meanwhile goes to Johnny Sack to see if he could possibly switch families. He follows Johnny's advice and goes to Tony to apologize. When Gigi Cestone dies unexpectedly, Tony has to decide whether to make Ralph a capo. At Dr. Melfi's office, Tony runs into another of her patients, Gloria Trillo, a Mercedes salesperson. Tony decides to get himself a new car. Written by garykmcd

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Annabella Sciorra debuts here in the first of seven episodes playing Tony's girlfriend Gloria Trillo. Her performance would earn her an Emmy nomination. Coincidentally, years before, in 1992, Sciorra had been quoted as saying that people often confused her with Lorraine Bracco, who would later star as a The Sopranos (1999) cast member. See more »

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Jackie Jr. pours himself some cereal and talks to Ralph. In the next scene, the cereal box has changed. See more »

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Tony Soprano: Grandpa... did he ever work for somebody named Trillo, owned a lumber yard?
Junior Soprano: My father was a master stone mason. He never cut fucking wood.
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Tony and Ralphie are at odds since Ralpie killed the stripper and Tony beat him in retaliation. Fearing a potential NYC/NJ gang skirmish, Johnny Sack convinces the crazier-than-ever Ralphie to apologize to Tony. In the middle of all this, a captain kicks the bucket Elvis-style and Tony ends up very reluctantly making Ralphie a captain. Ralphie meanwhile still talks about whacking Tony. Meadows gets it on with Jackie Jr, but manages to land herself in a world of hurt when she steals Jackie's car in a fit of pique. The tense interplay between Gandolfini and Joey P. is what makes the episode sing. Anything else in the episode is strictly filler.


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