Talk:Whitecaps (The Sopranos)
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Vito hitting on Adriana
I deleted the following: * Since Richie Aprile was uncle to both Adriana and Vito Spatafore, this would mean that Vito was hitting on his cousin.
This could arguably be false since it is possible Adriana and Vito are related to Richie Aprile by two separate ends of the family. Geeky Randy 05:57, 1 September 2007 (UTC)
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The Whitecaps matter
"This scene is actually the last shot of the episode, and although in the next season there is no further mention of the Whitecaps matter, the viewer is left to infer that Tony eventually gets his money back."
Song Playing When Tony Drives over His Golf Clubs
Johnny's Beatles Allusion
Does Johnny's "take a sad song and make it better" comment while he and Tony are meeting to discuss Carmine's fate in the electronic supply store count as a reference to The Beatles' 'Hey Jude'? I'm not familiar with the editing process, as evidenced by my shoddy editing of this discussion page, but I felt the question should be asked. If someone agrees, please add it where it belongs.