The Sopranos: "Kennedy and Heidi" OAD: 5-13-2007 *spoilers*

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  1. May 15, 2007 #81 of 108
    Win Joy Jr

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    Regarding AJ, he has a internal compass. Burning the toes off the kid who was into the bookies was ok, but the bike rider was an innocent, and that is what bothered him.

    And if you think about it, it falls into line with the "code" about civilians are off limits. An example was in the storyline about Chris being ambushed by the two guys who were trying to impress Ritchie. The witnesses were not involved and referred as "civilians" when they were identified. Since the witness recanted, they were not eliminated.

    Anyway, just a theory...
     
  2. May 15, 2007 #82 of 108
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    LOL...I finally got the title of the episode....My brother and I were trying to figure it out. After watching it the 2nd time those were the names of the two girls in the other car in the accident.
     
  3. May 16, 2007 #83 of 108
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    There is not a single anti-depressant which is used as a street drug.

    They just don't have the necessary kick. If you are not depressed they have no effect on your mood whatsoever.
     
  4. May 16, 2007 #84 of 108
    Lee L

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    I have to say, I never thought Chris would go out like that. He is dead though, I can;t see them pulling a switch on that, they showed us the coffin scene as a plot device to show him dead, kind of like in another show where they showed 2 people naked in bed - that is a plot device to show they slept together.

    I expect Tony will go on a purge now.
     
  5. May 16, 2007 #85 of 108
    CTLesq

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    Hasn't the only question of this final season been - what will the final body count be?
     
  6. May 16, 2007 #86 of 108
    Anubys

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    shows you how little I know about drugs...I stand corrected, then :eek:
     
  7. May 16, 2007 #87 of 108
    Anubys

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    I would like to distance myself from this comment (since you made it in reference to something I posted)...what I meant is that this girl was a druggie and a hooker, and thus does not need to be attracted to Tony, only his wallet. I did not mean my comment as a general description of women in general...
     
  8. May 16, 2007 #88 of 108
    super dave

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    And if there will be any one left to even make a movie...
     
  9. May 16, 2007 #89 of 108
    jradosh

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    The movie doesn't necessarily have to follow the linear timeline you know. ;) It could be set somewhere between Seasons 2 and 3 for example (in fact, I'd almost prefer that).
     
  10. May 16, 2007 #90 of 108
    jeff125va

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    Thanks, I wasn't even legal the last time I played roulette. I've watched friends play and it definitely wasn't at a private high roller table. I think they bought in for $100 or $200 and got stacks of $1 chips. And it just didn't seem likely that even Tony would buy in for enough to get a stack of $5,000 roulette chips.

    But I could see him throwing one regular casino $5,000 chip down on 24. So if whoever originally posted about this recognized them as $5,000 chips from Caesars, it may well have been correct. I don't recall anyone else having been at the table with Tony.
     
  11. May 16, 2007 #91 of 108
    jeff125va

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    I'm definitely one who appreciates subtle cross-TV series humor, but I'm really at a loss here.
     
  12. May 16, 2007 #92 of 108
    jones07

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    Consider yourself distanced :)
     
  13. May 16, 2007 #93 of 108
    Anubys

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    they certainly don't send a private jet to fetch someone who bets with $1 chips!

    he did give one of those chips as a tip...had it been a $5,000 chip, I'm pretty sure the dealer's reaction would have been much more pronounced than a simple "thank you"...

    I also don't think the number of chips was right...he put down at least 5-6 chips on 24 and won, he should get around 5 x 35 chips back...he might have gotten a stack of 50 chips back...not enough payout...
     
  14. May 16, 2007 #94 of 108
    ccooperev

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    Really? Thats too bad, I just taught some one the etymology of that term yesterday...
     
  15. May 16, 2007 #95 of 108
    cwoody222

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    jeff125va

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    Certainly not, but if he were going to sit down and buy in for a stack of chips in a similar fashion, I'd think someone they sent a private jet for would buy in for... I dunno... 10, maybe 50 thousand? In which case I'd expect him to get a whole bunch of maybe $100 chips to spread around the table, as opposed to a relatively small number of $5,000 chips.

    Which is why, after busyba's explanation, I think he probably walked up with a regular casino chip and put it on 24. And if that's the case, maybe he got paid with various denominations, which would explain both the number of chips he got paid with and the size of the tip. And it still might not have been a $5,000 chip in the first place, just theorizing on the basis that the person who suggested that it was knows what he's talking about.
     
  17. May 16, 2007 #97 of 108
    jeff125va

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    Interestingly, given that I was about 10 years old at the time, I thought that was about the greatest moment in TV history. :D
     
  18. May 16, 2007 #98 of 108
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    jradosh

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    He disproves his own point by using the phrase, so no, not really.
     

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