The Sopranos: Season 3, Episode 9

The Telltale Moozadell (22 Apr. 2001)

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Tony continues seeing Gloria, another of Dr. Melfi's patients, while Meadow continues seeing Jackie Jr.



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Thanks to somebody's bad bet, Christopher becomes the owner of a bar and he makes Adriana the owner of record and the manager. She renames the place Crazy Horse. When a drug dealer, Matush, is thrown of the club for selling drugs in the men's room, he approaches Jackie Jr. for help. Jackie, the would be gangster, tells him he'll take care of it. Christopher flatly refuses permission to sell drugs on the premises but that isn't quite the message Jackie gives Matush. Jackie Jr. and Meadow are seeing a lot of each other and Carmela in particular isn't at all comfortable with the arrangement. Tony speaks to Jackie who assures him that school is going well and that he has nothing to worry about. AJ gets into deep trouble at school when he and some of his friends vandalize the pool area at his school. Tony begins spending more time with Gloria Trillo. Written by garykmcd

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Slow Episode By Sopranos Standards -- But Check Out Young Nick Tarabay as Matush!
17 March 2015 | by (Troy, NY) – See all my reviews

I love THE SOPRANOS and I think Seasons 3/4 are the culmination of what made the show great. But this episode is nothing but filler, as the series gears up for the final episodes.

Tony is crazy about Gloria, and he takes her to the zoo. They have some really hot sex but it's more soft core porn than anything SOPRANOS oriented.

AJ and his spoiled, bratty school friends trash the swimming pool at night. The fact is, AJ is THE most underwritten character, all of his behavior is always unmotivated and random. One minute he's doing "great" on the freshman football squad, and the next he's ruining the school pool? Why?

In a slightly better story line, Jackie Jr. is pathetically trying to become a mobster and romancing Tony's daughter Meadow at the same time. The one unexpected benefit of this story line (at least in this episode) is a surprise cameo by Nick Tarabay (Asher of SPARTACUS fame) as the hapless drug dealer Matush. Looking back, you can really see the eye the SOPRANOS casting people had for sensational talent!

Now if only Asher the Syrian could have become a SOPRANOS regular . . .

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