Frank goes back to NY to settle things with Aldo, with two unsuspected local friends.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Torgeir Lien (as Trond Fausa Aurvåg)
Steinar Sagen ...
Robert Skjærstad ...
Tommy Karlsen ...
Arne (as Tommy Karlsen Sandum)
Momobou Lamin Touray ...
Balotelli (as Momodou Lamin Touray)
Richard Skog ...
Mikael Aksnes-Pehrson ...
Viggo Sandvik ...
Sylfest Haugli (credit only)
Henrik Mestad ...
Lars Olafsen (credit only)


Frank goes back to NY to settle things with Aldo, with two unsuspected local friends.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama



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11 December 2013 (Norway)  »

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The show's two-part theme song is played adversely during the episode's run. The traditional violin is played when they're in New York, and the big band opener in Frank's club in Norway. See more »


References The Sopranos (1999) See more »

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Lilyhammer is actually quite brilliant
17 January 2014 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

As a lover of the Sopranos, this episode is by far the best one yet. The return of Paulie Gualtieri (as a priest) and other (direct) references to the Sopranos made Lilyhammer for me the best TV series at this moment.

Also being a fan of Scandinavia (Norway in particular) and the "clumsiness" of small village people made me laugh more then once. Probably I miss a lot of suggestive links to Norwegian series/folklore, but it amuses nonetheless.

I also like the reference to some other movies (such as those of Guy Ritchie; LSATSB). Even the camera recordings make the reference in specific scenes. The makers of this show have done a really really good job here. Far better then all the other "hollow" series.

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