The Sopranos

He Is Risen - S3-E8

Continuity mistake: When at the funeral parlour, Paulie and Silvio are on the settee and Tony sits on a chair. In close up shots of Tony only, his hands are clasped on his lap, but in long shots of all three characters, he has a hand on each knee.

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He Is Risen - S3-E8

Continuity mistake: Ralph and Jackie are in Rose's kitchen talking. After Jackie pours a box of Trix cereal, he sets it down with the front of the box (Trix is showing) facing the camera which is set awkwardly on the counter - it is not set down flat on the counter. For the remaining shots of the scene showing Jackie, the cereal box is now flat on the counter with the back of the box facing the camera.

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He Is Risen - S3-E8

Continuity mistake: Tony and Gigi are sitting at the poker table at The Bing where there is a stack of money left from the other's card game. At the end of their conversation, the stack of money is gone. Neither Tony nor Gigi grabbed it.

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In this episode Tony tells Janice that he has just put their mother's house on the market. In season one, the sale of the house was already progressing.

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Whenever the mobsters in the Sopranos pay they almost always take a wad of cash out of their pocket and pull off the top 3-4 bills and hand it over. If Tony is paying for a pizza he pulls off 3-4 bills. If he's bribing someone he pulls off 3-4 bills. No matter what the amount is for that particular situation, it's always covered with the top 3-4 bills of the cash wad.

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