Christopher's heroin addiction is now completely out of control. After he accidentally sits on Adriana's dog killing it, she freaks out. Her FBI contact tells her of the need to convince him to get help. Tony is also concerned and when Christopher is car-jacked and beaten up trying to buy heroin - Christopher's reaction when he gets home and Adriana suggests rehab is to slap her around - he decides it's time for him to intervene. Needless to say, not everyone seems to understand how an intervention is supposed to work. Everyone is wondering what's happened to Ralph but some begin to suspect Tony of getting rid of him. Johnny Sack wants a piece of some of Tony's recent scores but Tony won't share. Tony starts a rumor that Johnny Sack may be the one responsible for Ralph Cifarello's disappearance. Furio returns from Italy, his feelings for Carmela still unresolved. She too is still attracted to him and starts finding reasons to stop by his house. Tony opens up about his loss to Dr. ... Written by
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Although briefly visible on screen, the 'dead' Cosette was soft model/puppet built exclusively to match the actual dog. On the day of filming, when the director was dissatisfied with the model's rubber tongue, a realistically limp tongue was fabricated by the prop department using a thick slice of prosciutto. See more
Svetlana Kirilenko says her boyfriend Bill is in Florida following the New York Mets in spring training; however, when Paulie sits down to watch TV in a later scene, we see the New York Yankees playing the Boston Red Sox in Yankee Stadium during a regular season game. Spring training games are never played in major league ballparks. So unless we are to assume that some weeks have passed, spring training is over, and the season has begun, the chronology is inaccurate. See more
Adriana La Cerva
[at Christopher's intervention
But when you killed Cosette, that was the last straw.
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.
Killed the dog? What'd you do that for?
It was an accident!
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri
What, was it barking?
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