The Sopranos: Season 6, Episode 11

Cold Stones (21 May 2006)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama
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Phil takes out his revenge on Vito, while Tony grows frustrated with Anthony's lack of ambition or work ethic.

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Vito approaches Tony in a shopping mall and asks if he can have back in and suggests he might be able to set himself up in Atlantic City. Tony is non-committal and they arrange to meet again. Before that happens, Phil Leotardo learns Vito is back in town and exacts his revenge. Tony sees this as Phil's attempt to exert some control over the New Jersey family. Tony's about had it with AJ loafing around and gets him a regular construction job at the Esplanade work site. Carmela and Rosalie Aprile go off to Paris for a holiday. They are just in awe of the city and Carmela begins to wonder about their place in the world. Sil and Carlo have a run-in with one of Phil Leotardo's men that gets just a bit out of hand. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama

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Trivia

The church that Carmela and Ro visit in Paris is Saint-Sulplice, the same (Templar) church that featured significantly in The Da Vinci Code. See more »

Goofs

Tony could not shatter A.J.'s windshield like he did. They do not shatter like side windows do. There is a sheet of plastic in-between two sheets of glass as a safety feature. See more »

Quotes

Jim "Johhny Cakes" Witowski: [on the phone] Hello?
Vito Spatafore: Hi!
Jim "Johhny Cakes" Witowski: Fuck you!
Vito Spatafore: I know, look...
Jim "Johhny Cakes" Witowski: Not a word. Not a note. What kind of person are you?
Vito Spatafore: You're right, I'm sorry.
Jim "Johhny Cakes" Witowski: You need help. You're seriously fucked up!
Vito Spatafore: I got kids, I couldn't live without them.
Jim "Johhny Cakes" Witowski: Bullshit! It was the fucking life that you couldn't live without. The gambling, the money, who knows what else!
Vito Spatafore: You're right. I didn't want to drag you into this pit I'm in.
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References Cinderella Man (2005) See more »

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Simple Man
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Written by Ronnie Van Zant and Gary Rossington
Performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd
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Excellent!!!!
20 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Excellent!!! I can't say enough about this show. It keeps you watching from beginning to end. This season has to be the best one yet. I have seasons 1-5 and they just keep getting better. The only thing that I don't like is that I have to wait until January 2007 to see how it ends.Tony is an awesome character. I have Italian's in my family and I have to tell you, they are correct in the whole "family" thing. Carm is trying to keep her family together and keep them pure. Meadow is the typical young Italian women trying to start her own life. A.J. is just the typical young teen; rebellious, free willing spirit. Tony's "other family" is just amazing. I think that Christopher and Syl are going to duke it out to see which one will run the "family" when Tony's gone. I hate to see it all end. I look forward to Sunday evening.


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