Tony follows through on his promise and Christopher becomes a made man reporting to Paulie. His dreams of making lots of money are quickly shattered however. Paulie gives him the sports book but expects $6000 per week in tribute. When they have something of a setback and he can't pay Paulie the full amount, he quickly learns that there's no friendship when it comes to cash. Tony is still seeing his psychiatrist and they have a breakthrough of sorts when Tony recalls his father cutting off a butcher's pinkie finger when the man couldn't pay up. It leads to Tony having his first panic attack. Meadow is still giving her father the cold shoulder over his treatment of her new boyfriend. At school, AJ becomes something of a leader on the football field but it leads to him passing out from a panic attack.
Did You Know?
One of the books on the blanket with the students outside of Meadows dorm is " The Fortunate Pilgrim " by Mario Puzo, probably an homage to the episode title , Fortunate Son . See more
Christopher is worried about the outcome of Oregon-USC. He comments that USC is laying 11 points and they're winning by 12. He says Oregon has the ball on the 45 with no timeouts. The kicker makes the field goal to cover the spread. #1 A team would never kick a field goal down by 12 at the end of a game. #2 If the ball was at the 45 yard line, a field goal from there would be 63 yards that would match the longest field goal in history. The gamboling logic is wrong. See more
[to Christopher and Eugene during their making ceremony
you know why we're here, if you have any or reservations now is the time to say so, no one will think less of you this family comes before anything else EVERYTHING before your wife and your children and your mother and your father it's a thing of honor and God forbid you get sick and something happens to you and you can't earn we'll take care of you because that's part of it
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri
If you have a problem you just have to let somebody know
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Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
Written and Performed by Van Halen See more