The Best The Sopranos, Season 6, Episode 11 Quotes

- that will look really great on my application.
- What you're really saying is you're following this man to California.
- Meadow, you drop this bomb on us at 1:30 in the morning...
- Forgive us if we need some time to adjust.
- I have to make plane reservations...
- You'll be back for Christmas?
- I don't know.
- No pressure please, okay?

- You told me there were
- 1500 cases of centrums on that truck.
- When your nephew delivered it, there were cartons ripped open, pills all over the floor.
- Anybody got shorted, it was yours truly, but you know what...
- All right, all right, all right, put it back in your pocket.
- But I gotta get some relief on this other situation.

- You had to hurry me out of that restaurant.
- We're miles from the louvre.
- Fuck, damn it. I already lost a glove.
- Oh my god.
- Holy shit.
- Look at those clouds.
- Paris skies...
- Who could have built this?

- Protecting him from his father...
- Is the very thing you had often wished your mother had done for you.
- I love this fois gras.
- I can't get enough.
- The presentation alone gives you calories, but who cares?
- We should feel guilty?
- We walked our asses off.

- We wait till the store closes, we get him out.
- Cut him up in the work area?
- No more of that.
- Uh, DNA.
- Ditch his car, get some biangaleen.

- for Jackie and Jackie Jr., right?
- You know, we never really talked about that.
- About what?
- About Jackie Jr.
- What's there to talk about?
- Madame.
- Oof, madonn'.
- Pour madame...

Christopher: [referring to Vito] he was fuckin' stalking you,
Silvio: That's the thing with the gays, still living the closet makes them devious
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [points to the television of Mickey Rooney in the movie Strike Up the Band] Speaking of crystal meth, look at this WYO
Silvio: say what you will about Richie Aprile, when he found out his son was gay, he did the right thing... he disowned him
Christopher: [before leaving] I got an AA meeting
Paulie: [sarcastically, referring to the birthname of Charles Lucky Luciano, sarcastically] Alcohol fuckin' Anonymous now too, Salvatore Lucania must be looking down on all of us with great pride
Silvio: There's gonna be a lot of popular sentiment to get rid of Vito, Phil alone
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Fuck Phil, you know what that's about? His got to polish his reputation as a tough prick, so he can make boss. Vito in Atlantic City, his out there, his not part of us, and we get you know a trinkle of cash coming in each month

- It'd be good for you too.
- Do whatever it is that boys do when they're on their own.
- Whatever. I said go.
- I'll be fine.
- I'm so excited.
- I'm gonna call ro.
- Oh, wait, wait! Look.

Phil: Highland project: your "slice" of no-shows, I spoke to the Union, we can't make five "work" no more, throwbacks. Not to mention, my end's way down
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: now more than ever, I got captains looking to me to "deliver" them the no-show jobs on the account of the medical insurance
Silvio: health care costs these days
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: bitch all you want about John, he understood that ours was a "mutually beneficial situation"
Phil: John's folding fuckin laundry in Danbury: it's on my shoulders to take care of the family, even though his boss just in "name", and I made a decision and with all due respect... it's final
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [to Sil] see, this is what I get?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [to Phil] I never should've let you "slide" on the vitamins
Phil: again, with the vitamins: you told me there were fifteen hundred cases of Centrum on that truck. When your nephew delivered it, there were cartons ripped open, pills all over the fuckin floor, anybody got "shorted"? It was "yours truly", but you know what?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [after Phil takes out money] alright, alright, put it back in your pocket but I gotta get some "relief" on this "situation"

Carmela: [before turning on the light] I can't sleep
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [after being woken up by her] Somebody call?
Carmela: [referring to AJ] It's not only his a complete stranger to the "truth", his got this "dead streak" in him: It chills me to the bone
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Fuckin spoiled that's all, we gave him too much
Carmela: He went to school with a lot of privileged kids, most of are off in ivy league universities now, doing very well. No, this "something" in him, deep down it's like this big "fuck you" to everything
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: I don't know what that's about?
Carmela: You remember the whole "God is dead" business? The day of his confirmation?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Maybe he'll surprise us?
Carmela: [sarcastically] Aren't you the "sunny optimist", when you wanna go to sleep?

Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [Referring to Vito's proposal to Tony by rejoining the crime family and earn money by distributing narcotics in Atlantic City] Vito, Atlantic City, forget it
Silvio: Why the change up?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: I can't keep fighting Phil on this. Our businesses are all entwined. You've got to pick your battles. You want your no-show jobs? Vito's got to go
Silvio: It's the right move T
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: All those weeks in the hospital, surgeries, constant pain, and for what? Come out here and get shadowed with something like this?
Silvio: I'm sorry
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: If Vito wanted to pursue that lifestyle, he should've done so quietly
Silvio: He was, wasn't he? Anyone in particular you want to give this to?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Well, Carlo had the biggest problem with it, let him handle it. It's Vito's own fault, why couldn't he stay the fuck where he was?
Silvio: Don't beat yourself up about this

- Get him up.
- No!
- Come here, come here.
- Shut up.
- Don't be moving. Stop.
- You're a fucking disgrace.

- He was, wasn't he?
- Anyone in particular you want to give this to?
- Carlo had the biggest problem with it, let him handle it.
- It's vito's own fault.
- Why couldn't he stay wherever the fuck he was?
- Don't beat yourself up about this.

- Why can't we just have a good time?
- You're right, I apologize.
- I'm going out with Michel tonight.
- Okay.
- You know, you're welcome to come, carm.
- I mean that.
- Thank you, but no. You go.
- I want to walk along the seine one more time.

- Sil hit him first.
- Tony, let me just...
- That's right, ton', you go.
- You don't know nothin'.
- You were right. They kill a made guy, this is what happens.
- Say hello to gab.
- Tell her I hope she's over the flu.
- Goddamn vito!

- I don't understand.
- Dad wasn't a spy?
- No.
- With this jet lag,
- I can't sleep.
- I'm doing darks if you have any.
- Have a great day at work.

- Oh, honey, what?
- We worry so much.
- Sometimes it feels like that's all we do, but in the end it just gets washed away.
- All of it just...
- Just gets washed away.
- Come here. Oh.

Silvio: [referring to Phil's responsibility behind Vito's death] People are gonna expect a "response"
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: This is what I was taking about
Silvio: We "hit" one of Phil's guys?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [referring to the nickname of mob boss Joseph Bonanno] "Joe Bananas" went after Carlo Gambino, "made" guys got killed: the war went seven years. How many times I gotta say this? "When guys are on mattresses, they're not out earning"
Silvio: [referring to what they should do about their response] So... what?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [after thinking it over] All Phil cares about is fuckin money: his got a wireroom in Sheepshead Bay, right? Our guys have seen it?
Silvio: Yeah

Phil: [meeting privately, referring to killing Vito, and the derogatory term for homosexuals] you were going to "take care" of that fuckin Finook
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [irritated] oh, for Christ's sake, Vito, again? What the fuck is wrong with you?
Phil: his in town, isn't he? I was over at Marie's the other night, she played the "innocent" but I could tell she's seen him
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [referring to the character played by Johnny Carson as host of The Tonight Show] your fuckin Carnac the Great" now too, huh?
Phil: I gotta tell you, if Vito was here, and you knew about it...
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [ignores him and leaves] fuck this

- Yeah?
- I was just wondering if you thought about my offer.
- Yeah, I thought, and I need to know who these Atlantic city contacts are.
- Meet me in the mall, 11:00.
- Don't be late.

- If it makes you feel any better
- I've been looking for a new job...
- Every day online!
- Oh Jesus!
- You can't even talk to her.
- Are you fucking kidding me?
- You should be kissing her feet.
- Because when you were growing up, if it wasn't for her,
- I would have knocked all your baby teeth out with one shot.

- What the hell are you doing?
- It might get a little drafty driving down there tomorrow.
- But I will have this fucking thing towed out of here and ground up into fucking brillo pads.
- I mean, look at it.
- You don't take care of it.
- Don't put me to the test.

Vito: [Vito has emerged from hiding after being outed. He approaches Tony in the mall] Tony. Hey
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: What the fuck?
Vito: My brother's over there.
[Vito points to a man standing in the distance]
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: What's that supposed to mean?
Vito: Nothing. He's just there, that's all.
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: You sandbag me? I'll cut your fucking throat open.
Vito: I'm sorry. I didn't know what else to do. I want back in. Can I sit?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: No, you can't sit.
Vito: It's complicated. I was working things out.
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: I'm sure it gets complicated. When you're taking it up your fag ass.
Vito: I'm not a fag. I never was
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Excuse me?
Vito: It was the medication I was on. For my blood pressure. It fucked with my head, but I'm over that now. I could probably get a letter from my doctor
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: A note from your doctor saying you don't like to suck cock?

- to get rid of vito. Phil alone...
- Fuck Phil!
- You know what that's about? He's gotta
- Polish his rep as a tough prick so he can make boss.
- Vito in Atlantic city...
- He's out there.
- He's not part of us.
- And we get, you know, a trickle of cash coming in each month.

- Look, I found cosette.
- Your friend... someone needs to tell her she's dead.
- Your taxi is coming.
- Bonsoir, madame.
- Shit! The Toulouse-lautrec placemats.

Dr. Jennifer Melfi: So, all the women in your house are gone. How do you feel about Carmella taking a trip without you?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Do we really have to fuckin talk about this?
Dr. Jennifer Melfi: Of course not. Before we end, is there anything you'd like to discuss?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [Remains silent]
Dr. Jennifer Melfi: OK
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: How about the fact that I hate my son? I come home and his sitting in front of the computer in his fuckin underwear. Wasting his time in some chit chat room going back and forth like some other fuckin jerk off giggling like a school girl. Fuckin smash his fuckin face in. My son, what'd you think about that?
Dr. Jennifer Melfi: Anthony, I think your anger towards AJ has been building up for some time, we have to deal with this
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: All I know is it's a good thing my father's not alive because let me tell you he'd find this fuckin hilarious
Dr. Jennifer Melfi: Find what hilarious?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: The kind of son I produced
Dr. Jennifer Melfi: You mean because Anthony doesn't conform to what your father's idea of what a man should be?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: His, mine, or anybody's. Let me tell you if Carmella let me kick AJ's ass like my father kicked my ass, he might've grown up with some balls
Dr. Jennifer Melfi: Like you?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Yeah like me
Dr. Jennifer Melfi: He might've also grown up taking out his anger and his father's brutality towards him on others. He might've grown up with a desperate need to dominate and control. Anthony we've been "dancing" around this for years: how you live, what is it you want from your life?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: I couldn't even hit him if I wanted to. His so fuckin little, his Carmella's side of the family, they're small people. Her father, you could knock him over with a fuckin feather
Dr. Jennifer Melfi: Ok but I have to point out: what you resent Carmella doing for AJ, protecting him from his father, is the very thing you had often wished your mother had done for you

- Can't have been an easy decision, killing a made guy, huh?
- Naturally Phil won't brag about it 'cause he can't.
- Phil was in a tough situation, his family honor was stained.
- If I got to vito first, net result would have been the same.
- Fucking-a.

- You're right. I didn't want to drag you down into this pit I'm in.
- Hey, fuck that! Everybody else is stupid to you, aren't they?
- No.
- You can throw your weight around down there in fucking Jersey.
- Everybody kisses your ass.
- I miss you.
- I don't want to know you.
- I don't want to hear your voice.
- Don't ever call me again.

Jim: [on the phone] Hello?
Vito: Hi!
Jim: Fuck you!
Vito: I know, look...
Jim: Not a word. Not a note. What kind of person are you?
Vito: You're right, I'm sorry.
Jim: You need help. You're seriously fucked up!
Vito: I got kids, I couldn't live without them.
Jim: Bullshit! It was the fucking life that you couldn't live without. The gambling, the money, who knows what else!
Vito: You're right. I didn't want to drag you into this pit I'm in.
Jim: Hey, fuck that! Everybody else is stupid to you, aren't they?
Vito: No!
Jim: You can live and throw it down in fucking Jersey. Everybody kisses your ass!
Vito: I miss you.
Jim: I don't wanna know you! I don't want to hear your voice. Don't ever call me again!
[hangs up]

- He says, "I wasn't talking to you."
- Vito... he was found beat to death this morning in a motel in fort Lee.
- My cop up there told me.
- Minchia.
- Plus the homicide detectives told him vito had a pool cue rammed up his ass.

- What?
- I know.
- Father put it so well last week.
- "There's nothing gay about hell," he said.
- That's good. I'm sure he didn't come up with that himself.
- One thing I do know, vito has to be made to face his problem squarely.

- How many times do I gotta say this?
- When guys are on the mattresses, they're not out earning.
- So? What?
- All Phil cares about is fucking money.
- He's got that wire room in sheepshead bay, right?
- Our guys have seen it.
- Yeah.

Vito: [to Tony] First off, I'd pay my way back in. I got two hundred grand that goes directly to you personally, no one needs to know. Long term: I know construction is out, I got contacts in Atlantic City, with your support I can set myself up there I'd be close, but not too close.
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [Ignores him and gets up to leave]

- Hit him! Hit that prick!
- No, Carlo!
- Carlo!
- Get him off me!
- How's that, you fuck?
- Olé!

Carmela: [to AJ] So every time I asked you "how was work?" you say "fine", you were having your own private little joke on me.
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [Tony enters the room] what's going on?
Carmela: I went to Blockbuster to rent Cinderella Man, but guess what?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Is it still a classic?
Carmela: I found out our son, the liar, was fired three weeks ago
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: From Blockbuster? They have the worst managers over there.
Carmela: He was taking promotional items and selling them, stand ups.
A.J. Soprano: Standees, this whole thing is bullshit, most of that stuff gets thrown out anyway.
Carmela: The store's policy was very clear
A.J. Soprano: Yeah, well maybe I care about the environment did that ever occur to you? "'Wallace and Gromit" that weighed like fifty pounds, how many trees gave their lives for that? It just goes to the dump.
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Can I come to a peaceful house one God damn night?
A.J. Soprano: You always tell me to think like a business man, yet every time I do there's something wrong, I was making money throwing parties in high school that was no good.
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: You know what I think, all those days you call in sick, you show up late, you deserve to get canned
Carmela: The worst part is: you don't even give a shit
A.J. Soprano: I should give a shit about Blockbuster? I can't live on what they pay me anyway.
Carmela: Why not? You live at home, we feed you.
A.J. Soprano: You have a social life but I can't, you have any idea what it costs at a descent club in New York? It's five hundred dollars for a bottle of Cristal, and it's a two bottle minimum.
Carmela: You spend a thousand dollars a night on champagne?
A.J. Soprano: [Lying] no, not every night, barely ever

- I was wondering if you could float me 20k at two points...
- But maybe now is not a good time for you.
- No. No, I could do that.
- But I'm gonna have to say two and a half.
- Okay. You know I'm good for it.
- Would you stop?

- He was. I loved him like a brother-in-law.
- But god moves in strange ways.
- Our tailor, he's going blind,
- 47 years old.
- Walk in those shoes.
- And I gotta think, Marie, vito on some level...
- Maybe it's better for the kids not to have that role model.

- but if you're not at that site tomorrow morning,
- I'm gonna take away your car.
- And then I'm gonna take away your clothes.
- And then I'm gonna take away your room and then I'm gonna take away your mother's cooking.
- And pretty soon you're gonna be out in the fucking street.

A.J. Soprano: [Talking privately in their garage] What now?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [Hands AJ a business card] Tomorrow 7am you go to this address and for a Mr. Gaveralo, I just got off the phone with him
A.J. Soprano: Seven in the morning? For what?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: You'll be working construction
A.J. Soprano: What?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Ferrying cement in a wheel barrow
A.J. Soprano: So it's outdoors?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Yeah
A.J. Soprano: But it's winter time
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: You got a lot of those hooded sweatshirts like those moulinyans wear you watch on MTV you can double up
A.J. Soprano: Come on this is bullshit
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: [Tony puts his hand on AJ's shoulder and pulls face closer to his face] Every penny you make you keep, we won't charge you any rent and believe me the pay's good it's a union job, I just want to see you do good your my son and I love you
A.J. Soprano: I'm going to have to leave your friend in a lurch when I go back to school
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: That's ok he deals with that all the time
A.J. Soprano: I just assume to keep searching online
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: I'm sure you would, but if you're not at that site tomorrow morning,
[AJ nods dismissively]
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: I'm going to take away your car and then I'm going to take away your clothes I'm going to take away your room and then I'm going to take away your mother's cooking and pretty soon you'll be out in the fucking street,
A.J. Soprano: [Tony uses a football helmet and breaks the wind shield on AJ's SUV] What the hell are you doing?
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: It might get a little drafty driving down there tomorrow but I will have this fucking thing towed out of here and grounded up, look at it, you don't take care of it
[Tony puts his hand back on AJ's shoulder]
Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Don't put me to the test

Bobby: [after entering the room] Vito, he was found beat to death in a motel near Fort Lee, my cop up there told me. Plus the homicide detectives said he had a pool cue rammed up his ass
Christopher: [Jokingly] Lovers' quarrel, maybe
Tony: Look, we all know who did it
Christopher: Phil: fuckin balls on that prick, what'd I always say about him?
Carlo: [after entering the room and noticing the expression on everyone's face] I see you've heard the news, it must've been Phil right?
Silvio: [comparing him to the fictional reporter that appeared in the comic books] Jimmy Olsen over here
Carlo: I know I was out of line but still you kind of have to admire the guy. It's not all talk with him. I'm just saying he saved us all a lot of trouble right?
Tony: It can't have been an easy decision: killing a made guy. Naturally Phil won't brag about it because he can't. Phil's in a touch situation. His family, honor was stained. If I got to Vito first that result would've been the same
Patsy: I wish I borrowed money from Vito

- None of those dipshits want to work either.
- I did get him to hose down the trash cans though.
- That's something.
- You're probably busy.
- I'll let you go.
- I just wanted to say hello.
- I miss you.
- I miss you too. Be careful, eh?

- You think about all the people who have lived here, generation after generation, hundreds and hundreds of years, all those lives.
- God, it's so sad.
- I mean, it isn't sad,
- I don't know. It just makes you think, just makes you look at yourself differently.

- Thanks for the ride.
- New York's only classic rock station: 0104.3 here.
- You don't need to do that, but you're sweet.
- Okay.

- What did I always say about him?
- I see you heard the news.
- That must have been Phil, right?
- Jimmy Olsen over here.
- I know he's out of line, but still, you kind of have to admire the guy.
- It's not all talk with him.
- I'm just saying he saved us all a lot of trouble, right?

- I thought I made it clear...
- I don't have a problem.
- That's over with.
- In fact,
- I'm seriously thinking we should have another kid.
- Yo, dad, check it!
- Attaboy, v!

- I live in Las Vegas six months.
- My friend has a restaurant.
- I work there.
- I like usa.
- And I like France.
- R0, are you coming or what?
- Okay, you call me, yeah?
- D'accord.