#1 Posted on 4.11.02 1305.53 Reposted on: 4.11.09 1312.51
Funny, Paulie is back in the show for 2 weeks, and the show is good for 2 weeks. Must be a coincidence. Its more fun to see a high school principal get beat down than having Janice make dinner or a deep sociological discussion upon the impact of Columbus Day. Now, will Furio be the one, when it is all said and done, to whack Tony. Or will Carmella have had an 'accident' already at that point. Continuity question: Didn't Ralphie kill the stripper because he knocked her up? If so, wouldn't that hurt the theory that Ralphie doesn't have sex?
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#3 Posted on 4.11.02 1702.19 Reposted on: 4.11.09 1704.19
Could also be that Ralphie went twisted after killing the stripper. Maybe he got off on it and started going for the kinky shit then. Looks like next week might have some answers as far as that's concerned.
Any theories on who might be getting whacked next week?
#5 Posted on 5.11.02 1433.18 Reposted on: 5.11.09 1443.54
Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
Originally posted by SmoovyGAny theories on who might be getting whacked next week?
Ralphie's girlfriend that Tony was fooling around with. (The name is escaping me. It's not Victoria, but something like that.) I'd bet cash money on it.
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(edited by OlFuzzyBastard on 5.11.02 1033)
I don't think its her, because Paulie is the one who wants to have him whacked if he killed someone. Time to let my WWF/E sick side take over on the prediction: Paulie's mother is who Ralphie whacks after a night with her in the retirement community. Either that, or Johnny Sacks wife.
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#10 Posted on 9.11.02 1905.42 Reposted on: 9.11.09 1905.48
Originally posted by Iron Mike SharpeThe Sopranos is the show everyone watches while waiting for Curb Your Enthusiasm to come on.
Just my opinion, of course, but the few times I've watched Curb Your Enthusiasm I remember thinking to myself, "So that's what happened to all those rejected Seinfeld scripts!".
Turning back to The Sopranos, zap2it.com is reporting that the late Michael Squicciarini, who played a Mafia enforcer in a couple of episodes during The Sopranos' second season, was allegedly involved in the gangland murder of a drug dealer back in 1992. Those interested can Click Here to see the full story.