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 sign 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
Did You Know?
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
While Ralph is supposedly in Miami, he rides in an elevator where an inspection certificate that says "City of New York Department of Buildings" is clearly visible. See more
Maybe Vesuvio's is bugged and it's Feds who told Johnny.
What, conspiracy theories now?
Why not? Play captains against each other, create a little dysentery among the ranks?
First of all, the place is swiped for bugs twice a month. Second, there are much more interesting things being said at that place than Ginny Sack's fat ass!
References Penny Serenade
No Other Love
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Perry Como See more