Tony is highly depressed and can hardly get himself out of bed in the morning leading Dr. Melfi to add to his medication. He practically lives in his bathrobe and the only ray of sunshine is the beautiful and voluptuous Italian dentistry student house-sitting for his next door neighbors, the Cusamanos. He later realizes that the beautiful woman next door is not really as she appeared to be. He drags himself to his sessions with Melfi and it's after one of these that Uncle Junior's less than capable hit men may their try against Tony. He survives and for public consumption, Tony tells the police it was an attempted car-jacking. The attempted hit seems to invigorate Tony who is pretty sure he knows who was behind it all. All he needs is proof to start settling accounts. Written by
Did You Know?
Just before the attempt on his life, Tony buys orange juice. In The Godfather
(1972), Vito Corleone buys oranges before the attempt on his life. See more
When Tony is in the car speaking with Dr. Melfi, his cigarette goes from just-lit, to half-smoked, and back to larger size again. See more
Tony, these kids need a father!
They got one, Tony Soprano!
by Thornetta Davis See more