Starring: Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Lorraine Bracco, Michael Imperioli
Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Remember When - S6-E15
Question: Why was Phil annoyed over Doc taking some food? Is it an Italian thing? Or is Phil just really petty?
Answer: It's a mafia thing. Taking food off another made man's plate in public view like that is comparable to the guy in Casino taking off his boots and putting his smelly feet up on the table.
Members Only - S6-E1
Question: How did they fake Eugene's suicide?
Chosen answer: If you're asking how the FBI, or anyone else, faked his suicide, in the show Eugene actually committed suicide and did not fake his death. If you're asking how, in real life, they were able to make it look like actor Robert Funaro was hung, it would have been no different than any other hanging stunt. A rig or brace is placed on the actor's back, under their shirt, that supports the weight of the actor when they are "hung" (or "hanged" depending on your word preference). The noose is lightly connected to the rope, say with wax, so that should an accident or malfunction occur with the rig, the noose would break away from the rope instead of the neck bearing the actor's weight. The rest is just acting.
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Tony Soprano: Is everyone in my life fuckin' bananas?
In this episode Tony tells Janice that he has just put their mother's house on the market. In season one, the house had already been sold.
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.