The Sopranos (1999–2007)
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Long Term Parking 

Tony makes a request to Johnny Sack on behalf of his cousin, and Adriana makes a request to the FBI, followed by one to Chris.

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Junior Soprano (credit only)
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Meadow Soprano (as Jamie-Lynn DiScala) (credit only)
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Tony realizes that the only way to prevent a war between his and Johnny Sack's family is to eliminate his favorite cousin, Tony Blundetto. He knows that Phil Leotardo will no doubt kill Tony B. very slowly and so Tony offers to do it himself. Johnny says there's no way anyone but Phil gets to kill him. If Tony doesn't do so quickly, a member of Tony's family will be killed and not surprisingly, Christopher interprets that he would be that victim and goes into hiding. Adriana meanwhile is still in the clutches of the FBI and this time they get very serious after she is filmed disposing evidence of a crime. She admits that Matoush the drug dealer killed someone in her office and she cleaned up after the fact even though the killing had nothing to do with her. They tell her that unless she can get Christopher to flip, she will be arrested and charged. She tells Chris what's happened and he tells her their both dead and have no way out of the predicament she's put them in. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama

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23 May 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Because the camera deliberately cut away before Sil shoots Adriana to death, many fans speculated that he had let her live after all. But both Drea de Matteo and David Chase got wind of these theories and stated publicly that Adriana had been murdered; Chase added that the show would not "toy with" audiences in that way. See more »

Goofs

The amount of champagne in Tony's glass changes when he tells AJ to slow down and savor it. See more »

Quotes

Tony Soprano: Look, Tony's in hiding, John.
John 'Johnny Sack' Sacrimoni: You either deliver that prick to my door, or I will rain a shitstorm down on you and your family like you have NEVER fucking seen.
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John 'Johnny Sack' Sacrimoni: We're done here.
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Connections

Referenced in Jeopardy!: Episode #26.34 (2009) See more »

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Barracuda
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Written by Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Michael DeRosier and Roger Fisher
Performed by Heart
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13 March 2016 | by (Aylmer,Quebec) – See all my reviews

My Love of the Soprano's has been stated many times, if there was one episode I had to pick as an all time favorite it would be Long Term Parking, Michael Imperioli and Drea de Matteo one Emmy's for their performances in this episode. It's also the episode where Adriana get's taken out to the woods. It also shows Christopher's loyalty to Tony and How Tony's Narcissism corrupts every relationship he touches. Adriana was always a ray of optimism and childlike exuberance in a show of corruption and greed. Her plight is heartbreaking and tragic. Chris has the line of the Show when he says "My Uncle Tony, that's who I'm going to hell for Adriana". Chris chooses the Mob over his Lover and in his grief he begins using again, and even though he sacrifices everything for Tony, he gets his ass kicked by Tony for using, again Tony's Narcissism win's out over his Nephew's grief in turn beginning the eventual end of Tony and his nephew's relationship. It also sets the stage for the dark final act of the show, a brilliant episode IMO and some of the best acting the series had to offer. And the end song, Wrapped in My memory is a nice send off to one of it's leading ladies.


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