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
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Larry Boy Barese
Oh, Mama Livia. Come sta, darling?
Listen to him with that 'my darling'. I am nobody's darling.
Larry Boy Barese
This one here, she never disappoints, I tell ya that.
Are you still seeing your other women, Lorenzo?
[pulls her away
Come on, Ma. Let's mingle.
Sorry. The older she gets the worse she gets.
References The Godfather
Composed by George Gershwin
, Ira Gershwin
, DuBose Heyward
Performed by Booker T. & the M.G.s
(as Booker T & The MG's) See more