Tony has regained consciousness but is not yet feeling like himself. The owner of Barone sanitation has died and his son Jason wants to sell the company but Tony advises against it. The potential buyer is affiliated with Johnny Sack and Tony wants to make sure he gets the cut he thinks he deserves. Johnny Sack doesn't quite agree with the amounts requested. Tony makes it clear that Jason Barone is responsible for coming with the cash he expects. Paulie is shocked when his Aunt Dotty, a nun, tells him that she gave birth to him when she was a novitiate and that the woman he thought was his mother is actually his aunt. He feel that he's been lied to and somehow cheated of ever knowing his real mother. Bobby Baccala meanwhile enters into a strange pact with a rapper.
Did You Know?
When Aaron visits Tony in his ICU room, accompanied by Pastor Bob, he is wearing a shirt bearing the name of Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who, being in a persistent vegetative state, was a center of controversy in the late 1990s and early 2000s, in regards to sustaining her life through artificial means. See more
After Paulie stops paying for Nucci's nursing home expenses, she tells him the nursing home people have been very nice and his brother is trying to "work out an arrangement", this is a highly exaggerated statement. Given the health care situation in America, it's simple: if she can't find a way to pay the full amount every month and on time, she would be evicted. There is no other "arrangement." See more
Whoa, I just found Jimmy Hoffa
Features The Left Handed Gun
The Three Bells
(Les Trois Cloches)
Music by Jean Villard
French lyrics by Jean Villard
English lyrics by Bert Reisfeld
Performed by The Browns See more