Tony knows he's dodged a bullet when Christopher's attacker is eliminated and his lawyer suggests he lay low for awhile, maybe actually showing up at Barone waste management where he is supposed to have an office. Sitting behind a desk all day doesn't go over too easily however. He has yet more problems to solve however when he learns that Richie Aprile has at least one of his drivers selling cocaine along his garbage route. Tony orders Richie to stop what he's doing but not surprisingly that doesn't sit well with him. Uncle Junior meanwhile meets the widow of an old friend who would clearly like to spend some time with him. He's embarrassed to tell her that he's under house arrest however. Written by
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The position of Agent Harris's arms keeps changing with each edit as he stands talking with Tony in the final scene. See more
Why Didnt you call 911?
Corrado Erico 'Uncle Junior' Soprano
With what, my fucking toes?
References Sliding Doors
Written by Peter Farndon
and James Honeyman-Scott
Performed by The Pretenders See more