The Sopranos: Season 6, Episode 16

Chasing It (29 Apr. 2007)

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At the Borgata Casino, Tony decides to let it ride after winning at roulette. Tony loses everything he'd won, and then some, on 23. Meanwhile, Vito Jr. is going through a rebellious phase. ... See full summary »

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At the Borgata Casino, Tony decides to let it ride after winning at roulette. Tony loses everything he'd won, and then some, on 23. Meanwhile, Vito Jr. is going through a rebellious phase. Tony asks Phil to talk to Vito Jr. Phil grudgingly agrees. AJ proposes to Blanca over a nice dinner, promising her that he will rise from pizzeria night manager to restaurant chain owner in no time, and coaxes a "yes" out of her. At the Puerto Rican day parade, Blanca meets up with AJ and returns his engagement ring, telling him she just doesn't feel it. Written by Dennis

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The name on the headstone that Vito Jr. knocks over in the cemetery is "David M. Hackel". Episode writer Matthew Weiner worked for Dave Hackel on Becker (1998). See more »

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Silvio Dante: [sees Marie coming] Oof, look at this mezza mort'.
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Tony's new gambling problem
30 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode highlights on Tony's gambling problem. My question is: What gambling problem? We have never heard about this problem before and all of a sudden Tony is infatuated with betting. This doesn't make sense with his character's previous behavior. Where is this coming from? More importantly, where is this going? Watch the scene where mob boss Phil Leotardo takes Vito Jr. (with the black lipstick and black nail polish) to get ice cream. The ice cream place is called Applegate, on Grove Street in Upper Montclair, N.J. Overall, kinda a "downer" of an episode with not much happening. Other highlights include Nancy Sinatra sings, Vito Jr. gets in trouble, Anthony Jr. breaks up with his (muy caliente) Puerto Rican girlfriend and more trouble brewing with Phil Leotardo's crew.


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