Phil turns down a compromise in asbestos disposal with Tony. A.J despairs about the world and his future, which drives him to horrible consequences as he goes over the edge. Carmela doesn't know what to do about about her son. An affront to Meadow pushes Tony to his limits, and the consequences put the New York and New Jersey families at each others' throats. Written by
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The book Silvio reads is "How to Clean Practically Anything" from Consumer Reports Books. See more
Just after AJ attempts suicide, Tony is sitting in his robe and talking to Carmella in the kitchen. While they speak, the big green ashtray in front of Tony keeps changing position. See more
Anthony Soprano, Jr.
I was watching CNN. This story about these kids in some Iraqi hospital. How the burn unit doesn't have the right medicine or something. And then they show this story about some mall in Minnesota and these gigantic, fat people buying stuff and eating all this shit. You know, it's like my parents. You should see our house, this stupid coffee maker they got, media room. You know, then there's Blanca. Her kid hardly talks. She can't afford to send him to a decent school.
Dr. Richard Vogel
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References The Untouchables
a.k.a. "Antoneddu" a.k.a. "U Trenu di Bastia"
Traditional Corsican/Sardinian song See more