Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by Crimen y Castigo, Apr 26, 2006.
I gotcher Part 1 -- right here!
Back to that question don't you think that guy the go between to the two italians that killed Frankie V was in the show supposed to be a non italian that just happened to speak italian? Otherwise why would the italians ask him where did he learn italian? Didn't they seem a little surprised that he spoke italian?
He was supposed to be an Italian American. There aren't too many Italian Americans who speak Italian with a fluent Napolitano dialect. They were suprised by that. I've been to Italy and I've had Italians ask me where I learned Italian.
That scene was pretty interesting. The second Italian asked "Where were you born" with a certain attitude, and then the go-between just blew him off.
Could mean nothing -- but that seems like it could be a cool twist in the making.
Perhaps it had something to do with the animosity between northern Italy and southern Italy?
i think it was a twist in the story. the fact that chris used this shady middle guy led many people to wax lyrical that the murder is going to lead back to tony.
the fact that the middle guy shut his mouth, for the most part, suppressed these views.
i think the middle guy will get wacked anywayz. he isnt a big mouth like that middle guy junior and mikey used on the attempted hit on tony, but i think he will still get taken out.
They were all speaking the Neopolitan dialect. Tony's connections are to the Camorra of Naples, not to the Mafia of Palermo and the rest of Sicily.
You believe this story?
"Honey, I am headed to the million man march. I'm gonna take six grand with me just in case the goombah that I owe comes looking for me."
You seem to be a perfect example
mmmmm I hope this upcoming episode is the start of something new for AJ. Obivously he's doing nothing and will do nothing in regards to school. Dare I say he may start to get mixed in with the OTHER lifestyle when this show is done?
What's that, selling antiques in New Hampshire?
I watched that episode again recently and was left wondering why a short order cook in NH would have a Noo Yawk accent?
Great episode, I did notice one editing glitch though. When AJ had those dudes over checking out his drums he had short hair and then in the following scene when he's fishing with Tony it's long. Then when he's at the club it's short again.
The old lady sitting on the street cracked me up.
Pretty good episode overall. AJ really proved he won't be part of the mob after the botched hit on Junior. I guess that Tony has changed since he didn't decide to sleep with the realtor. As for "Vince", I really didn't need to see Brokeback Mountain last night.
Good episode. And I do think that Vito's "gay lifestyle" is based on how he thinks gay guys are supposed to act. Like him leafing through the "Men's Health" magazine with a glazed over look in his eyes. I don't think the writers got lazy. I think they were pretty clever.
And AJ is an idiot. I don't know how he came up with enough cash to pay that bar tab from selling his drum set and working at Blockbusters. He's gonna have to start dealing to keep up that lifestyle. And what was the deal at the end - did he have a panic attack? Like father like son.
He'd already had one: that's what kept him out of miitary school after he'd been expelled from his regular school for trashing the pool.
I had 2 points where I wondered what the writers were up to and they both had to do with Tony's immediate family:
1. Tony telling AJ it's okay that he's a nice guy. It made me wonder if Tony was supposed to look blind or if we're supposed to reinterpret AJ. I mean, he's never seemed like anything but a little prick to me, even if he isn't entirely to blame for it.
2. Was Tony's smoked turkey snit the first step at accepting (however petulantly) his new, self-imposed limits or him returning to his old, pre-gutshot self?
I know. I guess I should've written "another panic attack."
Either way, it was another panic attack. I think AJ is slowly starting to realize he's being used by his "friends" for the name. Where they go with that I don't know.
It was interesting with Veto's wife really loves that fat bastard. Wants to leave and relocate this reaks of witness protection program especially if they try to hit him and miss.
Finally Tony seems to get what he has in Carmela and does not want to mess it up any more. If he goes to jail she will wait for him what other women in his life would do that outside of Carmella and meadow.
AJ could be made as a front for one of Tonys legal businesses he must have one does he? But if AJ trys to do what Tony does he dead he is too stupid to survive.
Thats what I thought when I saw them on the Moter bikes.
not that theres anything wrong with it!
Two...he also had one when he was named captain of the junior varsity defense.
Oh yeah. That was impressive. Course if I was a peewee like him and I was playing defense, I'd panic too.
"No, of course not!"
"I have many gay friends."
"My fathers' gay"
Sorry, but I happened to pop in this Seinfeld DVD last night, so this episode is still fresh in the memory,