Artie & Tony

Tony mediates an intra-family power struggle between Little Carmine and Johnny Sac; Tony and Janice must deal with Junior's increasing dementia.
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sauteed mushrooms

Postby bacala » Thu Mar 25, 2004 11:05 am

oh just wondering if he was sauteeing with his own urine


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Postby raxzor » Thu Mar 25, 2004 11:40 am

The mushroom thing is refering to Artie's man hood. Sometimes women say he has a penis like a button mushroom, making out it is small.

I personally have one like a giant red wood.<img src= ALT=":b">


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Tony and Artie

Postby Vesuvio » Sat Mar 27, 2004 8:47 pm

I'm very happy that they made up, too. As for Tony's motives, I'm sure he had many, as he often does: Artie is his childhood friend and he did want to patch things up. But I'm sure he doesn't mind having a chef around, either. Plus, he really needs a friend around.

Maybe he thought that with Tony B coming back, he'd have some companionship (other than Valentina and some random woman of the moment). But when Tony B didn't pan out in that sense, he figured that Artie would be a good choice.

And I thought it was hilarious when Artie got punched (or smacked, or poked) in the eye while trying to hold Janice back. It reminded me of the Columbus Day episode. Artie is really a funny physical comic.


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