Furio has to return to Italy after his father falls seriously ill. Once there he gets advice from his uncle about his feelings for Carmela. Paulie arranges for his mother to move into Green Grove but is taken aback when some of the ladies there, some of them the mothers of fellow mobsters, won't let her into their circle. With is mother unhappy and in tears, Paulie is forced to go the their sons to get their moms to play nice. At the track visiting Pie-O-My, Tony meets Ralph Cifaretto's new girlfriend Valentina La Paz. She's an art dealer which comes in handy when he decides to have a portrait of himself and the horse painted. It also leads them straight to bed. Tony's uncomfortable seeing another mobster's girl but is intrigued when she tells him about Ralph's weird sexual preferences. Carmela catches him out however and decides to get even by spending some of the money he has stashed in the garden shed.
Did You Know?
The title is a reference to "American Psycho". When asked what he is into, Patrick Bateman, the mass murderer by night/Wall Street investment banker by day protagonist, says that he into "Murders and Executions", but the other characters hear "Mergers and Acquisitions", refusing perhaps subconsciously to allow their clean lives to be mixed up with that. See more
Furio (when speaking Italian) would refer to "America" as "Stati Uniti". See more
[In the nursing home, where his mother lives
Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri
I don't understand. All the money I put in this place, and my mother is getting picked on by the others. I want it stopped.
Nursing home supervisor
You'll have to excuse these girls. Sometimes they think it's a high school with wheelchairs.
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Woke Up This Morning (Chosen One Mix)
Written by Rev D. Wayne Love
and Larry Love
Performed by Alabama 3
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