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[S1E4] Episode 4



As ways to learn your family's dirty secret go, AJ being spared a schoolyard beating because the bigger kid has been warned by his father not to touch Tony Soprano's kid isn't a bad one. I always appreciate how the writers let AJ be a completely unremarkable kid: inarticulate, clumsy (the two scuffles he has in the hall with Jeremy are among the most realistic underage fights I've seen on TV), and slow on the uptake, even as Meadow is trying very hard to walk him up to the idea that their dad is a prominent mobster. AJ's dawning recognition as he surveys the scene at Jackie's funeral is a strong way to end an episode that's been all about the crumbling walls between Tony's work and home lives.




[S1E4] Episode 4



* Tony continues his lie of omission to Carmela about Dr. Melfi's gender. You don't have to be a veteran viewer of the show to know this will not end well for him. Also, interesting to note that she's flashing almost as much leg in the scene where she vents to Tony about what Makazian did as she is in the dream that opens the episode. He fantasizes about her, but she's also not dressing Amish for those sessions.


* Party Like It's 1999: AJ pranks Jeremy be sending an obscene message to his pager, while MegaMob.com is such a sterling example of late '90s web design that it should probably exist on a GeoCities or Angelfire server. (Also, love that Meadow prints out pages from it for AJ to read later. This is a thing we used to do. Bill Simmons alone was likely responsible for the deforestation of many acres with his vintage mailbag columns.) * We saw in the previous two episodes that finding the humor inside the mob world wasn't always easy to match tonally with the rest of the show. The scene here where an oblivious Tony is gregariously waving an ax at Jeremy's terrified father is a much better example of it, as well as a fine example of what a good comic actor James Gandolfini was.


And now we come to the spoiler section, where I talk about how events in this episode will have ramifications later in the season or series. If you're new to the show and watching one week at a time, you can safely stop reading now.


Allowing us to see Mark experiencing happiness once in a while does not harm the value of his storyline; instead, it adds intricate layers. The most heart-warming moment within the episode, hands down, is when Danielle honors Mark in front of the staff.


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This episode of CSCMPodcast: Supply Chain Conversation featuresa webinar replay where Nichole Mumford, Director of ProfessionalDevelopment and Marketing at CSCMP, interviews Rob Allan who leadsthe Watson Supply Chain insights program for IBM.


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