The Sopranos: Season 4, Episode 9

Whoever Did This (10 Nov. 2002)

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Ralph's callous behavior finally steps over the line, while Chris gets deeper into his heroin habit.

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After Uncle Junior falls on the courthouse steps, he's admitted to the hospital and Tony thinks they have the basis of a mistrial on the basis of diminished capacity. They set him up with home care and rehearse him with the questions government doctors will likely ask him. Ralphie thinks he's figured out who told Johnny Sack of the joke he made at his wife's expense and sets out to even the score. Things turn deadly serious when his son Justin is seriously hurt playing with a friend. Tony brings Carmela to the stables to see Pie-O-My for the first time. Tony is devastated however when he learns that the horse was badly injured in a fire at the stables and had to be put down. He suspects Ralphie had the fire set so he could collect on insurance and they get into a fight. Tony needs Christopher's help to clean up the results but soon realizes he's high on drugs. Written by garykmcd

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Though not heard, the song Sympathy For The Devil by The Rolling Stones is referenced three times through various dialogue directly alluding to Ralph as devil. Ralph to surgeon: "Please, allow me to introduce myself." Father Intintola to Ralph: "Were you there, when Jesus Christ had his moment of doubt and pain?" Tony to Paulie: "Paulie, his kid's in the hospital. A little fuckin' sympathy, huh?" See more »

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Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Jesus Christ, you did it. You cooked that fuckin' horse alive!
Ralph Cifaretto: No, I did NOT! But so what?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: So what?
Ralph Cifaretto: It was a fucking animal! A hundred grand a piece! My kid's in a fuckin' hospital! I don't hear you complaining though, when I bring you a nice fat envelope, you don't give a shit where that comes from! Don't give me that look! It was a fucking horse! What are you, a vegetarian? You eat beef and sausage by the cartload!
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This is The Sopranos at it's finest
1 August 2011 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

This is the finest episode of season 4 and maybe the finest in The Sopranos history. The episode starts with Junior Soprano ending up in hospital after falling down some steps outside the courtroom during his trial. Then Ralph's son Justin ends up in hospital with an arrow in his body. Then we find out there was a fire at the stables and Pie O My is dead. Tony confronts Ralph and accuses him of the fire, and If you have seen this episode you know what happens next. Chris and Tony then dispose of the body in a grizzly manner. This episode truly shows the true colors of the way these people live. Joe Pantoliano won the Emmy for best supporting actor for submitting this episode. This is a true masterpiece of television.


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