The Sopranos: Season 4, Episode 2

No Show (22 Sep. 2002)

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Chris' success earns him some jealousy, Adriana learns the truth about her friend, and Meadow blows up over her father's job.

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Christopher is named Paulie's replacement but Patsy Parisi is none too pleased. Paulie isn't doing well in prison and his frustration against Tony is growing. He doesn't think Ralphie's latest joke about Johnny Sack's overweight wife is very funny. The crew starts to reap the benefits of the big construction project Christopher makes a mistake however. Ralph Cifaretto and Janice are seeing each other. Tony and Carmela are frustrated with Meadow who has spent the summer lounging around despite her several promises to work. Meadow then announces that she's going to take a year off. Every time her parents try to talk to her about it, her excuse is that she's still traumatized by Jackie Jr.'s death. Carmela wants her to see a counselor Dr. Melfi recommended to Tony. The counselor doesn't help things much however. Chris tells Adriana he thinks her friend is a dyke. When the FBI have break off their undercover operation, they line up the next best person to feed them information. Written by garykmcd

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The group playing (and lip-syncing) their original song, "You", on stage in Adriana's club is the real-life Jersey garage band The Swingin Neckbreakers, one of whose fans is iconic Jersey rocker and "Sopranos" cast member Steven Van Zandt. See more »

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When Adriana is being interviewed by the FBI, the dispersement of the vomit on the table changes between shots. See more »

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[famous 'last words']
Christopher Moltisanti: This is my Goodbye Party with heroin.
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Features Everybody Loves Raymond (1996) See more »

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Everything's in transition
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Meadow rebels over growing suspicions about her dad's role in the death of Jackie Jr. She mixes it up big-time with Daddy. Adriana takes one on the chin when her best friend reveals herself to be an FBI agent. Adriana's strong reaction in a meeting with the anti-mob task force is shockingly depicted (watch the damned episode yourself). Tony gives Chris a plum assignment, which sits well with no one except Tony. And Ralphie makes a derogatory comment about Ginny Sack's big rump -- just one of hundreds the boys have thrown out over the course of many episodes -- that will come back to haunt everyone. The episode belongs to the women.


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