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No, murgatroyd.
- Nica.
Uh-Oh.
Daddy.
- Oh, daddy's girl.
- Daddy's little girl.
- Who's hungry?
- You know, a water would be perfect.
- Pellegrino?
- Sure.
He's gonna pass.
He's stuffed.
- Shoprite sparkling?
- Sure.
If frank sinatra were coming
here to celebrate his birthday,
Would you leave the lawn
like that? Looks like shit.
He has enough lawn
maintenance at the new house
Since somebody let
the gardener go.
Oh, the house
wasn't enough.
I'm joking.
You know how
grateful we are.
Beer, Ton'?
Absolutely.
Madonn'.
800 rounds per.
He chromed out
the inner carrier.
And what I like, it's got
the panther fluted barrel.
Is this how
you bagged that deer?
I wouldn't use a firearm
like this on a deer.
It's unsportsmanlike.
Oh, like the poor prick's
got a chance against a 30.06.
Actually,
last two seasons,
I've been using a bow
and arrow exclusively.
Get the fuck out
of here.
Seriously, it levels
the playing field.
The ar-10, that's my
birthday present to you.
Thanks, Bobby.
Don't say shit
to Carmela.
Me and Tony almost got
a summer place--
Down the Shore,
remember, Tony?
Any more
stuffed mushrooms?
My pop bought this place
'cause it was close to canada.
He had ties in montreal.
You know, Ton'.
His father, my grandpop,
come into the country
Originally through
montreal, illegally.
No kidding? He wasn't Ellis
island, your grandfather?
Nah, got mixed up in some
shenanigans on the other side,
Anti-Government
or something.
Had a police record.
They oughta build
a wall now, though.
- I'm telling you.
- Amen.
Mommy!
When are
the kids back?
Sophia the 7th and robert
the end of the month.
That's nice.
I'm very lucky
to be back
With my family
after all these years.
Look at you and me,
Tony.
Who would have thought we'd have
the kind of relationship we have now?
The credit goes
to you.
You really changed.
So I had to change?
It's a compliment.
You were fine.
You're different
Since that stuff
last year--
The shooting.
- I'm sure Carm would agree.
- I would.
Oh, look,
the fish are jumping.
I'm different how?
How am I different?
Story you heard.
- The pool.
- Oh my God, please.
- What?
- You don't wanna know.
Pradeep,
our pharmacist,
Was at a pool party.
All the kids were playing
in the water.
The adults were all around
and having drinks, barbecuing.
Somehow even with
all these people around,
This three-Year-Old child
managed to fall into the pool.
Nobody even noticed till finally
they found him floating face down
In the water.
Brain dead.
Poor kid's in one of those
padded wheelchairs now.
Oh.
I can't get that story
out of my mind.
I don't know why.
Happy birthday.
It's supposed
to rain down there,
So make sure that all the
cellar windows are closed.
- Okay.
- And make sure you check the one by dad's wine rack.
- Okay.
- Easy, big fella.
- That jacuzzi's bitchin'.
- Who is that?
That's fran the waitress.
We're really busy down here.
- You're at work?
- Yes, I'm at the pizzeria.
All right,
I'll talk to you later.
Bye.
The jacuzzi
and the tub's fantastic.
There's everybody.
Don't let us forget
to wash the sheets, okay?
Yeah, ha ha!
Anthony reboam Soprano.
What's up?
Tony seem to hit the hooch
a little at lunch today?
I think he's feeling
his age.
What do you think
it's like for me?
When we were kids,
He'd do whatever I said.
He ate one of tippy's milk-Bones
because I told him it was a cookie.
My therapist sandy,
She said my ma
was a splitter.
She'd pit us three
against each other--
To toughen us up,
I guess.
I couldn't help hearing
you with AJ.
God, you gotta walk on eggshells
with these kids today, huh?
We're almost through
that phase, thank God.
You're good with them.
Really? I wish
he'd go back to college.
He sleeps most nights
at blanca's.
Speaking of kids and ma,
Sandy said something
interesting--
That when we were babies,
Everything was
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