Tony is surprised though not displeased when Johnny Sack suggests that eliminating Carmine may be the best way to resolve the differences between the two families. A plan of action is set in motion but is interrupted when Carmine suddenly becomes more flexible. Money is still tight with the Esplanade site shut down, but Tony decides to make an offer on a seaside property. Even Carmela smiles for the first time in ages when she sees the house. All hell breaks loose however when Tony's old girlfriend Irina calls Carmela to tell her he is now having sex with her cousin, the one-legged Svetlana. It's the last straw for Carmela who tells Tony their marriage is finished and she wants him out of the house. Tony is now faced with having to terminate the deal to buy the beach house and uses his own unconventional methods to convince the sellers to return his deposit. Meanwhile, Uncle Junior's trial comes to an end and his men have sought a little bit of extra insurance to get the verdict they ...
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At 72 minutes, this is the show's longest episode. See more
When Tony decides to call off the hit on Carmine Sr., Christopher tells him he'll offer the 2 guys who were going to do the hit for them half. Christopher had already given them half as the down payment. See more
[Referring to Christopher's Twelve-step program for recovery
what step are you at now?
I did all the steps, except for the one where I'm supposed to go around and apologize to all the people I fucked over when I was using.
I think maybe you shouldn't do that one. You know, let sleeping dogs lie.
Yeah, that's what I was thinking.
Oh, What a Night
Written by Marvin Junior
and Johnny Funches
Performed by The Dells See more