With Carmine's passing and Feech's arrival, turf wars are breaking out around New Jersey. Junior's health, meanwhile, starts to decline.

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Dr. Jennifer Melfi (credit only)
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Carmela Soprano (credit only)
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Silvio Dante (credit only)
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Meadow Soprano (as Jamie-Lynn DiScala) (credit only)
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Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri (as Steven R. Schirripa)
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Charmaine Bucco (as Katherine Narducci)
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Tony is having all kinds of business problems. Carmine Lupertazzi died without naming a successor and it's everything short of open warfare between his son Little Carmine and Johnny Sack over who is going to run the New York family. Johnny strong arms one of Carmine's loan sharks leading her to turn to Tony for help. It's puts him in something of a bind however. Closer to home, Feetch La Manna is stepping on several toes moving in on people's territory, including Paulie's. Uncle Junior has been giving Tony a hard time about almost everything he does. Tony has had it and decides the old man isn't worth his time. Junior may be suffering from dementia however and disappears. It turns out he went back to the old neighborhood to locate Tony's father, Johnny Soprano. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama

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21 March 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Junior Soprano is watching an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, another HBO series. See more »

Goofs

When Paulie gets out of his Eldorado to confront the landscapers, you hear a buzz, indicating that he's leaving his keys in the ignition. He slams his door with the buzzer still going. After his confrontation with the landscapers, he apparently uses his key fob remote control to pop the trunk to load the lawn mower. See more »

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Junior Soprano: [showing early stages of dementia] What are you asking him for? He never had what it took to be a varsity athlete.
Angelo Garepe: [confused] Your point being, Junior?
Tony Soprano: [covering for him] Don't mind him, he's just breakin' balls.
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References Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000) See more »

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Woke Up This Morning (Chosen One Mix)
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Written by Rev D. Wayne Love and Larry Love
Performed by Alabama 3
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Hits a little too close to home.
10 March 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode focuses on Uncle Junior's deteriorating mental state. He starts saying nonsensical things, and asking the same questions over and over again. He ends up wandering off, confused and in search of people long dead. Dominic Chiamese's depiction is harrowing and accurate. This whole aspect of the episode almost hit a little too close to home for me; I was watching this with my mother, who was doing many of the things I just described while we were watching. Seeing the simultaneous mental decline of both one's mother and a likable fictional character is not a pleasant experience. Mind you, my mother is perfectly fine most of the time. Her mind usually only tends to wander when we're watching television. Still, the experience lent an extra degree of authenticity and emotional wallop to the episode for me.

The other main plot of the episode involves a conflict over the territory of a lawn-mowing company. It's a fairly standard Sopranos subplot, factoring in humour, violence, and conflict. Solid, but ultimately inconsequential.


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