#1 Posted on 18.11.02 0929.42 Reposted on: 18.11.09 0930.20
Chris sitting on the annoying dog and breaking its neck is one of the top ten things I have ever witnessed on television. I guess Paulie is the one who set the fire and is leading Tony into a trap. On a continuity note: They had the Columbus Day bore-a-thon a few weeks ago. Thus, how could they have the Red Sox/Yankees game occurring when the show is supposedly occurring during the late fall? Also, wasn't it nice to go a whole show without 1 appearance from Tony's annoying sister. And of course, who didn't expect the Soprano's to at some point explore the world of one legged sex.
#2 Posted on 18.11.02 1800.40 Reposted on: 18.11.09 1807.12
For me it was the intervention later on. "nonjudgmental confrontation," indeed. *L*
As for the rest, yeah this episode was one of the season's best. It amazing how good things get when they stop wasting time.
I was just happy Meadow's been gone for a nice long while.
Only thing about Paulie setting the fire is. . .wasn't Paulie still in the pen while Tony was discovering his love of fine equestrians? Given that Tony doesn't talk much about non business stuff, and Paulie would die before he hung around with Ralph, I'm not sure how he'd know unless he went to the stables with them some episode and I forgot.
#4 Posted on 21.11.02 0930.20 Reposted on: 21.11.09 0934.35
Originally posted by tomvejadaRandom Sopranos Thoughts:
Ugh, Carmela cut her hair short.
When are they going to end the Carmela-Furio storyline.
The intervention was pretty good.
Paulie had a couple of funny lines.
But the thing that bothered was that there was no mention of Uncle Junior. They mentioned the "ducks" but not Uncle Junior.
(edited by tomvejada on 21.11.02 0500)
Junior was in the episope. Tony talked to him as Junior was saying: I'm on trial, your in therapy, and this another one's headed to rehab. And remember, without Junior in the episiode, Tony never would have had a chance for one legged sex.