Johnny Sack is still upset about the wisecracks over his wife's weight and goes on the warpath seriously beating up one of Ralph Cifarello's men. When Ralphie returns from a trip to Miami, Tony tells him to make amends. After Ralph botches it, Johnny goes to Carmine and Junior for permission to get rid of him. When they say no he takes matters into his own hands. As tensions rise, Tony feels he has no choice but to defend one of his captains but there's a risk of an all out war between the two families. Sylvio and Christopher visit Junior's suggestion on outside help but it all proves to be a somewhat surreal experience. Meadow signs up as a volunteer at the law center. Carmela still wants to invest some of their money in a stock portfolio but Tony isn't sure. She also starts flirting with Furio who has bought his own house. Written by
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During the meeting with "Lou DiMaggio" and his crew, they tell Sil and Christopher how they once killed a man named Tommy Neri. The hitman named Frank is played by none other than Richard Bright
, who played "Al Neri" in The Godfather
(1972) trilogy--films mentioned countless times in the series. See more
When Johnny Sack forgets the sweater and goes back to his home, he finds Ginny in the basement, covering a box of hidden candies and snacks with some laundry, when Johnny removes the laundry to reveal the box, a Milky Way Midnight Dark is resting slightly on top of a package of Skittles, also a bag of Combos is visible, when they show the box again, the Skittles are now covering the unseen Milky Way, and the Combos are gone. See more
Twenty years I've been friends with John, now his got to go
All over a stupid joke
[to Silvo, Christopher and Tony
I was fucking around for Christ's sake you never made a joke about Ginny Sack?
Of course not
Not like that
Yeah, well fuck him and his high polluting bullshit who does he think he is? Sir Walter Raleigh?
That's enough of you and your stupid fucking remarks, go back to Miami and play volleyball or whatever the fuck it is you do down there while we clean up your fucking ...
References Penny Serenade
Who Wants to be a Millionaire
Written by Keith Strachan
and Matthew Strachan
Courtesy of Lusam Music See more