Corrado Erico 'Uncle Junior' Soprano: Anthony is a cunt hair away from owning all Northern Jersey - and I am that cunt hair.
Dr. Krakower: Have you ever read Crime and Punishment? Dostoyevksy?
[Carmela shakes her head 'no']
Dr. Krakower: It's not an easy read. It's about guilt and redemption. I think your husband ought to turn himself and read this book in his jail cell and meditate on his crimes every day for seven years, so that he might be redeemed.
Carmela Soprano: I would have to get a lawyer, find an apartment, arrange for child support...
Dr. Krakower: You, you're not listening. I'm not charging you because I won't take blood money, and you can't, either. One thing you can never say is that you haven't been told.
Carmela Soprano: I see.
Carmela Soprano: He's a good man. He's a good father.
Dr. Krakower: You tell me he's a depressed criminal, prone to anger, serially unfaithful. Is that your definition of a good man?... You must trust your initial impulse and consider leaving him. You'll never be able to feel good about yourself. You'll never be able to quell the feelings of guilt and shame that you talked about, so long as you're his accomplice.
Carmela Soprano: You're wrong about the accomplice part, though.
Dr. Krakower: You sure?
Carmela Soprano: All I did was make sure he's got clean clothes in his closet and dinner on his table.
Dr. Krakower: So "enable" would be a more accurate job description for what you do than "accomplice". My apologies... Take only the children - what's left of them - and go.
Carmela Soprano: My priest said I should work with him, help him to become a better man.
Dr. Krakower: How's that going?
Carmela Soprano: I thought psychiatrists weren't supposed to be judgmental.
Dr. Krakower: Many patients want to be excused for their current predicament because of events that occured in their childhood. That's what psychiatry has become in America. Visit any shopping mall or ethnic pride parade, and witness the results.
Carmela Soprano: What we say in here, stays in here, right?
Dr. Krakower: By ethical code, and by law.
Carmela Soprano: His crimes... they are, organized crime.
Dr. Krakower: The Mafia!
Carmela Soprano: Oh Jesus.
[wipes tears from her eyes]
Carmela Soprano: So what? So what? He betrays me every week with these whores!
Dr. Krakower: Probably the least of his misdeeds.
[Carmela gets up to leave]
Dr. Krakower: You can leave now, or you can stay and hear what I have to say.
Carmela Soprano: You're gonna charge me all the same.
Dr. Krakower: I won't take your money.
Carmela Soprano: That's a new one.
[Chrissy catches Paulie sniffing Adriana's panties]
Christopher Moltisanti: [angry] Motherfucker!
Adriana La Cerva: What?
Christopher Moltisanti: Nothing.
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: [after playing pool] are you wearing a wire?
Christopher Moltisanti: Are you fucking crazy?
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: [to Patsy] pat him down
Christopher Moltisanti: If he fucking touches me...
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: Then make it easy on us all, take everything off.
Christopher Moltisanti: [Christopher takes off his pants]
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: [Referring to his underwear] I said "everything"
Christopher Moltisanti: Go fuck yourself
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: Before I was breaking balls now you're beginning to worry me
Christopher Moltisanti: [Christopher takes off his underwear]
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri: I guess you can call that a dick
Carmela Soprano: The real reason I stopped by to see you was to make sure you've recovered from this Noah thing. I'm worried it'll affect your grades.
Meadow Soprano: You call losing a wonderful man because of Dad a thing?
Carmela Soprano: Is that really what happened? Because you certainly kept seeing him long after that business with your father.
Meadow Soprano: Look, don't drag me into whatever bullshit accommodational pretense you've got worked out with Daddy.
Carmela Soprano: What was that, last night's reading assignment?