The Sopranos (1999–2007)
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Carmela and Tony go away for Tony's birthday up to Janice's and Bobby's where a fight emerges between Tony and Bobby over Janice. Meanwhile A.J. is throwing a party at the Soprano home.

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Cast

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Dr. Jennifer Melfi (credit only)
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Christopher Moltisanti
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Junior Soprano (credit only)
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Silvio Dante
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Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri
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A.J. Soprano
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Meadow Soprano
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Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri (as Steven R. Schirripa)
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Johnny 'Sack' Sacramoni
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Phil Leotardo
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Patsy Parisi
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Butch DeConcini (as Gregory Antonacci)
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Storyline

It's Tony's birthday and he and Carmela are planning to spend the weekend with Bobby and Janice at their cottage. It doesn't start off well when Tony is arrested on a gun charge by the local police. He's quickly released when the local Sheriff drops the charges but the Feds will roll the charge into their RICO investigation. The weekend at the lake with Bobby and Janice starts off well, though too much alcohol and a competitive game of Monopoly leads to Bobby and Tony having a fight. Tony sends him to Montreal to do a hit, something Bobby has never done. AJ throws a party while his parents are away. Phil Leotardo is home again after recovering from his heart attack and a stretch of physical therapy. He seems to have little interest in assuming any leadership role in his family. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama

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8 April 2007 (USA)  »

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Trivia

At around 22 minutes the scene at the cabin shares a number of similarities to a scene in All in the Family: Weekend in the Country (1978) of All in the Family (1971). In both scenes: two married couples play Monopoly; refer to money as "simoleons"; disagree over the rules and have an argument leading to the end of the game. See more »

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When Tony and Bobby are sitting in the boat alone in the lake, the front of the camera crew's boat is visible for some seconds. In a subsequent shot there is no second boat near to them. See more »

Quotes

Tony Soprano: My estimate, historically? Eighty percent of the time it ends up in the can like Johnny Sack. Or on the embalming table at Cozzarelli's.
Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri: Don't even say it.
Tony Soprano: No risk, no reward.
Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri: I mean, our line of work, it's always out there. You probably don't even hear it when it happens, right?
Tony Soprano: Ask your friend there on the wall.
Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri: [laughs] Listen to us. Morbid fucks.
Tony Soprano: You know, come to think of it, you never popped your cherry in that regard, right?
Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri: Nah.
Tony Soprano: Your old man was the fuckin' Terminator.
Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri: I come close. I ...
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References Meet the People (1944) See more »

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Under the Boardwalk
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Composed by Arthur Resnick, Kenny Young
Performed by James Gandolfini
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Beat down
7 September 2008 | by See all my reviews

Tony and Carmela pay a visit to Janice and Bobby in their new digs way up north. AJ throws a party at the Soprano house in their absence. The high point of the episode has Tony constantly needling Janice until Big Bad Bobby's had enough. He proceeds to beat up Tony real good. Watching these two aging grizzly bears go at it is a bit scary as the fight is staged like all fights on this show: no-holds barred and uber-realistic. Having the two women screaming for their men to stop only adds to the sense of danger. Also, it is a shocker to see Tony laid out on the floor, semi-conscious, only a few episodes after watching him almost die after being shot point-blank.


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