Paulie's out of jail and his friend's throw him a party at the Bada Bing. He's still not very happy about he's been treated both before and after he went to jail and the fact that Tony did little while he was there. He turns to Johnny Sack who lends a sympathetic ear. Adriana, still under pressure from the FBI to provide more information, learns from a TV show that a wife can't be forced to testify against her husband. Christopher's not having anything to do with it, especially after she tells him she may not be able to have kids. He relents but not before Adriana learns that she could be called to testify after all. Carmela's cousin, financial analyst Brian, tells Tony of a way to scam the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Carmela's feelings for Furio may be mutual but he starts to avoid her. Assemblyman Zellman tells Tony he's seeing his old girlfriend Irina. Tony seems to take it okay but he's obviously irritated. It's all too much for him in the end. Written by
Did You Know?
The teleplay was co-authored by writer Nick Santora
his very first TV credit and his only contribution to the series. He would go on to write or produce for eight other shows, including Law & Order
(1990) and more recently Vegas
(2012). See more
Anthony 'A.J.' Soprano Jr.
So that's a crack 'ho.
References Murder, She Wrote
You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
Written by Randy Bachman
Performed by Bachman-Turner Overdrive See more