The Sopranos: Season 3, Episode 6

University (1 Apr. 2001)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama
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Noah and Meadow's relationship is disrupted by her roommate, while Ralphie starts getting rough with one of the strippers from the Bada Bing.

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Ralph Cifaretto, who is still having a relationship with Rosalie Aprile, is having girlfriend problems with one of the dancers at the Bada Bing, Tracee. She asks Tony for help when she gets pregnant by Ralph since she isn't sure Ralph will take care of her if she has the baby. Ralph has been acting over the top lately and when he kills Tracee in the Bing's parking lot, Tony teaches him a lesson. At Columbia, Meadow and Noah's relationship is moving forward but Meadow's roommate Caitlin Rucker is behaving very oddly. She's not fitting in with university life and reaches out to Meadow who is sympathetic but doesn't appreciate just how serious the problem is. Noah is also sympathetic, at least at first, but eventually gets his entertainment lawyer father to get a restraining order against Caitlin. Meadow gets to meet Noah's Dad but Noah shows his true colors. Written by garykmcd

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In this episode. Noah's dad is an entertainment lawyer. At dinner with Meadow, and son Noah, he mentions he had been dealing all that day with Tim Daly, formerly of Wings (1990). Later in The Sopranos (1999) series, Daly came on board to play J.T. Dolan, a TV/film writer who is also Christopher's rehab sponsor. See more »

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Ralphie Cifaretto: What are you being like this for?
Tracee: Fuck you. Three days you don't call, not even to see how I am.
Ralphie Cifaretto: Baby, I'm busy. I gotta work! How else am I gonna take care of you when you're nine months pregnant?
Tracee: Serious?
Ralphie Cifaretto: Of course I'm serious!
Tracee: Ralphie, I love you.
Ralphie Cifaretto: I love you too, baby. Hey, if it's a boy, we'll name him after me. If it's a girl, we'll name it Tracee after you... that way she could grow up to be a cocksuckin' slob just like her mother. Are you out of your fucking mind?
Tracee: Guinea motherfuckin' ...
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One of the most disturbing episodes of the entire series
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University 3.6 (2001)

Contains strong brutal violence, graphic sexuality and very strong coarse language

One of the most violent and disturbing episodes of The Sopranos, it shows the unglamorous and mindless brutality and coarseness of crime and the people behind it.

Ralphie, the new partner of Rosalie Aprile is causing troubles at the Bada Bing, which finally results with the senseless beating and killing of a young prostitute.

Meanwhile Noah and Meadow's relationship is not going so well.

Series 3 is a solid continuation of the dramatically superb and acclaimed Television series.

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