Christopher and Paulie are making a lot of money off selling stolen tools through Christopher's father-in-law, Al Lombardo. When some of Paulie's guys break into Al's store to take some of the equipment, Christopher goes ballistic and takes matters into his own hands. Paulie has his own way of getting back at him. Tony takes Christopher to task for not being around much. Christopher explains the temptations at places like the Bing but Tony is anything but sympathetic. Christopher is soon drinking again and it leads to tragedy. Tony tells Agent Dwight Harris about the two Muslims who used to hang around the Bing but who seem to have suddenly become observant. AJ is depressed over his break up with Blanca and there's not much Tony or Carmela can say to console him. He's crying a lot and quits his job. Tony tells him to go to a party Patsi Parisi's college-aged son has organized at the Bing. He starts hanging around at their frat house and is all too keen to get involved in their ... Written by
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This is the only episode in the series directed by veteran writer/producer/some-time actor Terence Winter
. It's also the only TV episode Winter has ever directed though almost 20 years in the industry, during which he wrote or co-wrote 25 of the 86 "Sopranos" episodes, winning four EMMYs in the process. See more
You ain't seen this many cops lined up since the centennial of Dunkin' Donuts.
Composed by Dido
, Roland 'Rollo' Armstrong
(as Rollo Armstrong), Rick Nowels
Performed by Dido See more