It's house cleaning time when Tony and his fellow mobsters learn at Larry Boy Barese daughter's wedding that the Feds are about to bring down indictments. Tony gets rid of whatever cash, jewelry and guns he has around the house. Carmela take Livia out for lunch while Tony goes into her room and hides the stuff. Christopher is upset with a number of things. He's having trouble with his movie screenplay and he's upset that his late friend Brendan has been making the local news as a Mafioso but he doesn't get a mention. Jennifer Melfi meanwhile mentions at a family dinner that she has a mobster as a patient. Her ex-husband doesn't like it. Livia tells Junior that Tony is seeing a psychiatrist. Written by
Did You Know?
When Paulie refers to 'Al' during a discussion with Chris about Devil's Advocate
(1997), he means Al Pacino
, in the same familiar, short-hand manner other "Sopranos" characters use when they refer to some prominent Italian-Americans named 'Francis', 'Marty' and 'Francis Albert', whose last names are Coppola, Scorsese and Sinatra. See more
When Chris gets to the bakery store, number 29 is up. Four customers later, the number on the wall is still 29 instead of 33. See more
[Christopher is annoyed that a bakery clerk is ignoring him and serving another customer
You touch a single fuckin' crust, you're gonna wish you took that job at McDonald's!
Wind Beneath My Wings
Composed by Larry Henley
and Jeff Silbar See more