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Tony Soprano : [over the phone]  It's a bad connection, so I'm gonna talk fast! The guy you're looking for is an ex-commando! He killed sixteen Chechen rebels single-handed! Paulie 'Walnuts' Gual

Sopranos movie prequel in the works according to David Chase

Could have used more Furio before they wrote him out. His first scene in America collecting at the brothel was insane. up in the club cracks me up every time.

So.... Richie was clearly gay, right? Maybe he caught it in prison.- He could bang any one of two dozen young strippers at the Bing, but instead he chooses Janice, who looks like a man. Her own brother said there are men in the can better looking than her.- He couldn't get/keep wood when the HOOO-ahhs were servicing him at his coming-home party.- He was over-the-top outraged about his son being gay, as if feeling guilty that he might have passed it on.

I place him more in the Ralphie range. An inability to be satisfied with normal sexual activity.

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So.... Richie was clearly gay, right? Maybe he caught it in prison.- He could bang any one of two dozen young strippers at the Bing, but instead he chooses Janice, who looks like a man. Her own brother said there are men in the can better looking than her.- He couldn't get/keep wood when the HOOO-ahhs were servicing him at his coming-home party.- He was over-the-top outraged about his son being gay, as if feeling guilty that he might have passed it on.

I place him more in the Ralphie range. An inability to be satisfied with normal sexual activity.
That makes three of us then. Minus the vibrator in the ###.
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Backing up a few posts, when Silvio and Paulie are telling Richie to build a ramp for Beansie, Sil says to Richie "Your nephew is in the building trade, right?" Yes, he could have been talking about Vito, but also Vito's brother Bryan, the guy who Mustang Sally brained.

They both showed up at Beansie's door and talked to his wife Gia.

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when Silvio and Paulie are telling Richie to build a ramp for Beansie

Speaking of Beansie, that reminds me: in a show chock full of incredible camera shots, one of my favorites is Tony walking away from Beansie after he gave Beansie that wad of cash for donations. Tony's only thinking about how good he feels, while he doesn't care at all about how devestated Beansie is. Powerful stuff.

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when Silvio and Paulie are telling Richie to build a ramp for Beansie

Speaking of Beansie, that reminds me: in a show chock full of incredible camera shots, one of my favorites is Tony walking away from Beansie after he gave Beansie that wad of cash for donations. Tony's only thinking about how good he feels, while he doesn't care at all about how devestated Beansie is. Powerful stuff.

Yep. Begged him to take the money for his sake, not Beansie's.

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in a show chock full of incredible camera shots, one of my favorites is Tony walking away from Beansie after he gave Beansie that wad of cash for donations.

Great shot.

I also like Tony's strut after his Sunday dinner with Janice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Vb7SWFgSf7o#t=181s

That it definitely your favorite scene. I would guess this is the 8th time you've posted it. ;)

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That it definitely your favorite scene. I would guess this is the 8th time you've posted it. ;)

In a six year-old thread with 99 pages, that's not too bad of a ratio.

I wonder what links have been repeatedly posted most overall. Off the top of my head, I would guess Christaphuh's intervention, and "Pine Barrens" with Chrissy and Paulie. I think I have clicked on those two scenes a couple of dozen of times.

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That it definitely your favorite scene. I would guess this is the 8th time you've posted it. ;)

In a six year-old thread with 99 pages, that's not too bad of a ratio.

I wonder what links have been repeatedly posted most overall. Off the top of my head, I would guess Christaphuh's intervention, and "Pine Barrens" with Chrissy and Paulie. I think I have clicked on those two scenes a couple of dozen of times.

Yeah, I'm just giving you a hard time. My memory ain't what it used to be. I've probably posted the same scene 5 times and asked the same question 12 times. That intervention is the best. "Your hair was in the toilet water ... disgusting!"

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I recently watched the movie "The Pope of Greenwich Village," which I saw years ago when it came out in the 1980's. There was a bit part with the actor who plays Beansie in The Sopranos and a bit part by the guy who plays Phil Leotardo. Always cool to see some Sopranos actors in movies, even if it was filmed before The Sopranos.

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How about Vito's head bobbing up, revealing that he was the one giving that cop head? :lol:

Actually that takes the cake. Holy hell I was stunned

For me, the best part of all that is when Finn is telling everyone what he saw and they all assumed that Vito was getting the BJ, not giving, and then Finn tells them it was the other way around, the reactions were priceless, especially Paulie.

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I recently watched the movie "The Pope of Greenwich Village," which I saw years ago when it came out in the 1980's. There was a bit part with the actor who plays Beansie in The Sopranos and a bit part by the guy who plays Phil Leotardo. Always cool to see some Sopranos actors in movies, even if it was filmed before The Sopranos.

"Beansie" was also Hendry's slimy looking narcotics connection in Goodfellas. And Frank Vincent always pops up in low-budget mobster flicks. It was all downhill after getting stabbed by Joe Pesci in the trunk.

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I recently watched the movie "The Pope of Greenwich Village," which I saw years ago when it came out in the 1980's. There was a bit part with the actor who plays Beansie in The Sopranos and a bit part by the guy who plays Phil Leotardo. Always cool to see some Sopranos actors in movies, even if it was filmed before The Sopranos.

"Beansie" was also Hendry's slimy looking narcotics connection in Goodfellas. And Frank Vincent always pops up in low-budget mobster flicks. It was all downhill after getting stabbed by Joe Pesci in the trunk.

Nope, he got wonderful revenge on Pesci in Casino by beating Pesci's and Pesci's brother to a literal pulp with baseball bats. Absolutely Brutal.

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How about Vito's head bobbing up, revealing that he was the one giving that cop head? :lol:

Actually that takes the cake. Holy hell I was stunned

For me, the best part of all that is when Finn is telling everyone what he saw and they all assumed that Vito was getting the BJ, not giving, and then Finn tells them it was the other way around, the reactions were priceless, especially Paulie.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gPxFV97zf4Y

"Social club? HE'S GOTTA GO"

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in a show chock full of incredible camera shots, one of my favorites is Tony walking away from Beansie after he gave Beansie that wad of cash for donations.

Great shot.

I also like Tony's strut after his Sunday dinner with Janice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Vb7SWFgSf7o#t=181s

Pretty powerful when you consider how cruel he just was to Janice.

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a bit part by the guy who plays Phil Leotardo. Always cool to see some Sopranos actors in movies, even if it was filmed before The Sopranos.

http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/375045/Do-The-Right-Thing-Movie-Clip-Can-t-Stand-The-Heat.html

ff to about 2:40

:lmao:

possibly my favorite scene from one of my very favorite movies of all time

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a bit part by the guy who plays Phil Leotardo. Always cool to see some Sopranos actors in movies, even if it was filmed before The Sopranos.

http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/375045/Do-The-Right-Thing-Movie-Clip-Can-t-Stand-The-Heat.html

ff to about 2:40

:lmao:

possibly my favorite scene from one of my very favorite movies of all time

Great movie.

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So just how sexually attracted to Tony was Melfi? Had to be at least a little bit at one point or another. I remember Eliot asked her straight out if she had feelings for him romantically, and she paused about five seconds before saying no. It would have added an interesting dynamic if they had given into their mutual attraction.

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I would love to see a spinoff show starring

Tony is dead, so Carm follows her heart and marries Victor Musto. Vic would have made a move earlier, but he respected the ring. And he didn't want to get killed in a trash compactor at Barone Sanitation. Carm watches romantic comedies and eats Haagen Dazs all day while Vic is gone bidding on wallpapering jobs in Nutley and Bloomfield. Rosalie is no longer around to commiserate with Carmela, as she accepted a job as an English Professor at Princeton.

After a few days, Carm realizes that Vic cannot afford shoes which cost $600, so she considers divorcing him.

(I haven't written next week's episode yet.)

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I worked on a charity event for disabled kids last night, an annual event featuring lots of NY sports stars. Steve Schirripa was the auctioneer and man was he freakin' hilarious. He had everyone rolling. He pushed the line a little bit but I'm sure the venue didn't mind because he did a great job of driving up the bidding. Items were going for $30,000 to $40,000.

Funny guy...

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Vic becomes angry when AJ doesn't want to learn how to put up drywall, and AJ rebels by joining a group of carnies who were passing through town. Silvio awakens in the hospital and, upon finding out from the doctor, is amazed that the US had elected "a ####### moulinyan" for President. Carmela takes up scrap-booking but gets frustrated when she keeps ripping the pages with her nails. Uncle Junior has started wearing baby bonnets and humming show tunes. Meadow and Patrick Parisi continue to plan their wedding, but the stress of it causes Meadow to become moody. Er. Moodier.

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Vic becomes angry when AJ doesn't want to learn how to put up drywall, and AJ rebels by joining a group of carnies who were passing through town. Silvio awakens in the hospital and, upon finding out from the doctor, is amazed that the US had elected "a ####### moulinyan" for President. Carmela takes up scrap-booking but gets frustrated when she keeps ripping the pages with her nails. Uncle Junior has started wearing baby bonnets and humming show tunes. Meadow and Patrick Parisi continue to plan their wedding, but the stress of it causes Meadow to become moody. Er. Moodier.

:lmao: ... just visualizing that.

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"But you got out the suitcase!"

I fast-forward through that scene every time I watch that episode. Sitting through that is cruel and unusual punishment.

Remind me.

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