The Sopranos: Season 6, Episode 8

Johnny Cakes (30 Apr. 2006)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama
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Vito considers starting a new life in New Hampshire, while Anthony continues his pursuit of revenge against Junior.

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Tony is approached by an attractive real estate agent with an offer to buy a building he owns in the old neighborhood. The building is leased to an old established business and Tony hesitates to sell them out. Both Tony and Carmela are frustrated with AJ who has dropped out of college and is working a few hours a day at Blockbuster. Unknown to his parents he's also out clubbing and spending money he doesn't really have. He visits his Uncle Junior - but the call is anything but social. Phil Leotardo is inquiring about Vito's whereabouts. Tony tells him to mind his own business but Vito's wife is Phil's cousin and he has no intention of dropping it. Vito is still in hiding and afraid to return knowing what wiseguys think of gays. He's interested in a short order cook from a nearby diner but has a bit of trouble dealing with it all. Written by garykmcd

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When AJ shows the three guys his drums he has short hair, cut above his ears, then when he's on the boat with Tony his hair is long again. See more »

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Tony Soprano: YOU STUPID FUCKIN' MORON! You realized what could have happened to you if we didn't have connections? Some cop goes by the book and they charge you with attempted murder! You hear me! Attempted murder, then what? THEN WHAT?
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: He shot you! Were you just gonna let him fucking get away with it?
Tony Soprano: I told you that's my business not yours! And what did you do? Nothing! Zero a big fucking jerk-off!
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano, Jr.: FUCK YOU!
Tony Soprano: I oughta break your fucking neck!
[Tony grabs him forcingly and lets a sobbing A.J. go]
Tony Soprano: Stop cryin'...
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Don't buy it...
2 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Also, I am sorry but what is it that was so darned irresistible about Tony, drunk and watching the strippers at the Bada-Bing, that made Julianne Margolies, an accomplished realtor who is ENGAGED and knows that Tony is married suddenly find it impossible to not start ripping his clothes off...is it because he is overweight, not that attractive, AND ready to cheat on his wife? Suddenly she is ready to throw it all away to have sex with him...without barely even knowing him...

C'mon...

Sorry, if she had been some wide-eyed little girl stripper at the Bada-Bing maybe it would be plausible but they keep trying to make us think that every woman wants to hump Tony, nommatter how hot they are or intelligent...


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