While attending a family funeral Tony decides to visit his father's grave and there meets Fran Felstein, his father's mistress. She has many stories to tell him - she claims to have been one of JFK's girlfriends - and Tony takes an interest in her welfare. She claims that her father had promised her his share of a track he owned but that Hesh had cheated her out of her inheritance. When Hesh decides to sell the track, Tony makes sure she gets her share. The sale causes friction with Phil Leotardo, Johnny Sack's right hand man. As for funerals, Uncle Junior has decided that going to funerals is a good way to get out his house arrest, at least for 5 hours on each occasion. He's taken to scanning obituaries to see what might be available. Christopher has been helping a friend he made in rehab, J.T. Dolan, a TV writer. While J.T. has successfully stayed away from drugs and alcohol, he is quickly developing a new addiction - gambling. Christopher arranges for him to play in their high ... Written by
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Only series episode in which Danny Aiello III
worked as a stuntman, but his actor brother Rick Aiello
would appear in two final-season shows as New York mobster Ray-Ray D'Abaldo. Both men are sons of veteran Danny Aiello
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At Uncle Zio's funeral, as Father Phil gives the eulogy, it's very obvious that the "body" is still breathing. See more
Dr. Jennifer Melfi
What was it like sitting sitting there with Fran?
It was a little weird at first. Here I am comforting my father's mistress, my mother's lyin' there dead.
Dr. Jennifer Melfi
Are you attracted to her?
Come on, she's old enough to be my mother.
[Dr. Melfi shrugs
Oh, Jesus Christ, it's an expression. Don't cream yourself. I did not want to fuck my mother! You should have seen her in her housedress with that hairnet. This conversation would be over in two seconds.
References Pulp Fiction
Written by Bob Montgomery
Performed by Dorothy Moore See more