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Pork Store said:

<blockquote>Quote:<hr>I liked how an issue with his wallet was brought over to his real life.<hr></blockquote>

I just smacked myself in the forehead. How in god's name did I miss THAT? Nice pickup, I think you are the first person to point it out, but its so obvious. I don't think there's much meaning there this time, but it is a wonderful tie-in. I just can't believe it didn't occur to me.

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Re: Episode Review (post all general comments here)

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What a loaded spiritual episode.

It seems to me that Tony is going to go through a spiritual crisis. He is Kevin Finnerty now.

He threw up with the conversation of mob business. I take that as a sign of not being able to stomach it much longer.

He is more aware, more awakened, to the way life is going on, he is more appreciative and more alive. I think he is more focused on the bigger picture, and I don't see him lasting long.

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<blockquote>Quote:<hr>Do the made men still have to be 100 percent Italian? If so will there be any ramifications to his birth status? Wonder what Paulie's GI biological father was? Was his name Russ or something?<hr></blockquote>

That was what I noticed. Mob guys have to be 100% Italian, and now Paulie might be 50%. Guess who is the only person besides Paulie who now knows that? Tony. Tony could have Paulie whacked or kicked out of the family for that; or, if Paulie gets worried he could whack Tony to keep him quiet. I think this angle is going to play significantly down the road...<img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/smokin.gif ALT=":smokin">

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