Adriana is increasingly worried about Christopher. He and others are conducting more and more of their business at the club and sometimes, she can't even get in to use her office. Christopher's heroin habit seems to be getting worse. Then of course she has the FBI on her back for more information. They're calling her to meetings and tell her a few home truths. They also want her to get more information on Tony. Janice decides that widower Bobby Bacala needs taking care of and she pushes her way into his house and his family. Bobby is inconsolable however and is still blaming himself for his wife's death. There's a bit of chill in the air when Tony refuses to set up an insurance trust that Carmela's cousin Brian recommends. Tony is far more interested in Ralph's investment, a racehorse by the name of Pie-O-My, especially after the horse wins a race at 8-1. At his trial, Uncle Junior is upset over the courtroom artist's rendition of him.
Did You Know?
The horse that Pie-O-My defeats in the race is named "Zucker's Mother", a reference to Charlotte Zucker, whose sons David and Jerry Zucker insert a cameo appearance in all of their projects. See more
When Uncle Junior turns off the TV, the reflection on the TV should have been him sitting on the couch with no windows behind him. Instead, the couch was empty with a window on both sides of the couch. See more
Adriana La Cerva
I'm just worried about you, Christopher. I love you so much.
So if you love me, stir my eggs, okay?
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Can't Stand It
Written and Performed by The Greenhornes See more