With Brendan dead, Christopher isn't sure exactly who is after him. When he realizes it was Uncle Junior, he's prepared to start a war. Tony meets his uncle but with Jackie Aprile on his last legs, there is little room for compromise. When Jackie dies, the capos want Tony to take over but he has another idea, one that he thinks will still leave him in charge. At school, AJ has a strange encounter with a classmate. His sister Meadow clues him in to exactly what their father does for a living. Tony begins to have erotic dreams about his psychiatrist, Dr. Melfi, and gets a broken down cop on the take to keep tabs on her. He oversteps, just a little. Written by
Did You Know?
First episode directed by John Patterson
, who would go on to helm the second most "Sopranos" episodes in the show's history - a total of 13, for which he received two EMMY nominations. Patterson died at age 64 of prostate cancer, and a year later in the final season, the "Kaisha" episode is dedicated to his memory. Patterson had met series creator David Chase
when they both attended Stanford University in 1970. See more
Tony manages to play Mario Kart 64 without applying the throttle, which would make it impossible to move. Yet he still manages to win a race by just steering, which would do nothing in the real game. See more
This is "Scarface", final scene, bazookas under each arm, "say hello to my little friend!"
Always with the scenarios.
Look on Down from the Bridge
Composed by David Roback
, Hope Sandoval
Performed by Mazzy Star
Recorded & Mixed By Dale Everingham See more