The Sopranos: Season 1, Episode 13

I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (4 Apr. 1999)

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Tony starts cleaning house, while Artie feels torn between keeping the peace in his household, and getting even with Tony for destroying his restaurant.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Charmaine Bucco (as Katherine Narducci)


Tony is interviewed by the FBI who play him a recording from a wiretap in Livia's room at her elder care residence. It confirms that Junior was behind the hit. He plays it cool however, not only refusing to accept the offer of immunity from the Feds but not letting on to Uncle Junior what he knows. Junior does give him the okay to eliminate the rat who's been wearing a wire but Tony starts to get his revenge as well. Tony takes a major step when he decides to tell his crew about seeing a psychiatrist. At home, Carmella has it out with Father Phil, who is flirting with Rosalie Aprile much the same way he does with her. Livia meanwhile - who may or may not be suffering from Alzheimer's - tells Artie Bucco that it was Tony who burned down his restaurant. Written by garykmcd

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This final episode of Season 1 was part of a pattern throughout the series that would find creator David Chase as either the sole writer or one of a two or more writers credited for every opening and closing episode of each season (except for one such episode written by a fellow staffer). See more »


After Mikey Palmice is repeatedly shot, his body is riddled with bullets, he grimaces, holds it, releases his final breath, and then blinks. See more »


Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: Mingia, T. I'm sorry. Your own uncle.
Tony Soprano: Let's do it right. Act normal. Plan things out. Make no mistakes.
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: If I'm your uncle, I got to finish what I started. He could strike first.
Christopher Moltisanti: And, this time, he won't use Boyz II Men.
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References I Dream of Jeannie (1965) See more »


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Performed by R.L. Burnside
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Tony the bad-ass Gangster
7 March 2015 | by (good review) – See all my reviews

Lies, back stabbing, violence, no one goes out quietly, Just another day out at the Sopranos.

I first started to watch The Sopranos every since the sad lost of are great James Gandolfini back in 2013 because at the time I only seen a couple of movies with James Gandolfini in, so I said what the heck and watched the first season of The Sopranos and my god this is a great show.

James Gandolfini as the lead character Tony Soprano was just perfection I mean Gandolfini was so good in this role and at times I didn't really see him playing Tony Soprano, I only sawed Tony Soprano himself. As I said before about me seeing Gandolfini in a couple of movies, but now after seeing him in The Soprano I think he gives his best performance on HBO cable.The rest of the cast did good as well, I mean nobody did a terrible performance in the show.

The intro to the show as well was pretty good, because when you have a great TV show you got to have a great intro and boy dose the Sopranos have a brilliant intro.

Now for the problems: These one thing that I can't stand is filler in TV show episodes, and the Sopranos doesn't have the worst fillers but in some episodes felt a bit filler to me.

Overall Season one of The Sopranos is so far good, I like what I see so far and I can't wait to watch Season Two. Season One was spot on brilliant.

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