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Irregular Around the Margins 

A car crash puts Tony and Adriana in a compromising position, and Cousin Tony must try to keep Chris from getting bent out of shape.

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Meadow Soprano (as Jamie-Lynn DiScala)
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Janice Soprano (credit only)
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Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri (as Steven R. Schirripa)
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With Christopher out of town for a few days Adriana and Tony spend some time together at the Crazy Horse. Tony develops feelings for her but he does his best to resist his urges. He feels quite guilty about it all, which sends him back to see Dr. Melfi after a long break. After the club's closing early one morning they set off together to find Adriana's coke dealer but have a car accident when Tony swerves to avoid an animal on the road. They're not seriously injured but it doesn't take long for rumors to surface, all to the effect that they were having sex in his car. When Christopher returns from an out of town business trip and hears what's happened, he goes berserk, forcing Tony to take a drastic and near-fatal step. It's Tony Blundetto who comes up with the evidence needed to convince Christopher that everything is above board. Carmela meanwhile is now sleeping with AJ's school guidance counselor. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama

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4 April 2004 (USA)  »

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Both Michael Imperioli and Drea de Matteo won an Emmy Award for this episode and (#12.5) See more »

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In the car accident scene, just after the accident when the truck starts to steam the rear marker lights go out in the close up. In the long shot after that, the marker lights are on again. See more »

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Christopher: What do you got to be stressed about? That bar?
Adriana La Cerva: War, Christopher? The Middle East?
Christopher: You don't listen to the president? We're gonna mop the floor with the whole fuckin' world; the whole world's gonna be under our control, so what are worked up about?
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References CHiPs (1977) See more »

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I DON'T UNDERSTAND
by The Chesterfield Kings
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One of the best episodes of the series.
11 January 2007 | by (Kosice, Slovakia) – See all my reviews

This one episode is maybe one of the greatest episodes of Sopranos series ever. What a performance by Michael Imperioli. He showed a lot of his art in these dramatic scenes. I just love this one episode simply because you don't know what is going to happen around the next corner. The directing is brilliant, making the spectator being carried along the flow of the story and wondering and lasting for what will happen in the next scene. I have already seen this one episode before, but I must say it is worth to see it again and again. It could be equally compared to any other fine crime/drama movie. If watching for the first time - enjoy. If not, enjoy as well.


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