The Sopranos (1999–2007)
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Kennedy and Heidi 

Tony travels to Las Vegas, after a tragedy occurs.

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Carmela Soprano
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Junior Soprano (credit only)
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Silvio Dante
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Meadow Soprano
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Janice Soprano Baccalieri
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Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri (as Steven R. Schirripa)
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An asbestos-disposal impasse raises tensions between the New York and New Jersey families. A car accident leads to tragedy, and Paulie receives even more bad news. Tony has a revelation. After a racially motivated attack and bullying in college by Jason Parisi,Jason Gervasi and Mark Iscaro, AJ lands back in depression. Written by Emphinix

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The working title for this episode was "Sonia". See more »

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Tony Soprano: [stares at the desert sun] I get it. I get it!
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References Make Believe Ballroom (1949) See more »

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Are You Alright?
Written and Performed by Lucinda Williams
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more stupidity from the most overrated show
20 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

the series has consistently featured unexplained motivation, fragmentary continuity, unresolved conflicts, uneven dialog. political correctness is another feature that periodically recurs. this usually happens in the infrequent moments of insight experienced by tony or carm. it comes across as some modern iteration of "all in the family." and, the series has received the inexplicable adulation of critics and some part of the public. the characters are animals. it is a sign of the decay of our society that these animals would be presented as protagonists. "heidi and kennedy" is just a further installment of the same disappointing series.


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