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Carm.
Sally boy, the boss,
he fucked the guy's fiancee.
The thing with Adriana?
I told you it never
fucking happened.
Well, apparently,
your nephew feels otherwise.
Ro pointed it out to me,
but if she saw it, that
means other people did.
It's a movie.
It's fictional.
It's a revenge fantasy, Tony,
Which ends with the boss's
head split open
by a meat cleaver.
( Dance music playing )
Oh, there he is.
Good time last night?
Yeah, it was all right.
How about you?
Gab had fucking nightmares.
- Club soda, hon.
- Woman: sure.
So what did you think
of the movie?
Chrissy's the last person
I would have confused
with Marty,
But I gotta say,
it wasn't bad.
- Is he around?
- Chrissy? Nah.
He don't come around here
no more, you know that.
That Baldwin was
pretty good, huh?
He was a mean fuck.
I'll give him that.
And that girl that played
the fiancee, she was hot,
The one he was fucking.
It's weird how it works,
the creative process.
I'm watching that movie
"Edward Scissorhands,"
When boom, all of a sudden,
it hits me.
What if instead of a pair
of scissors, it's a meat
cleaver instead?
A couple years later,
you got a movie.
Originally, I thought
a ball-peen hammer,
but a cleaver's better.
I tell ya, man, it's like
I'm living somebody else's life.
You're just not comfortable
with success yet.
I Know. It's scary.
Feel the fear and do it anyway.
- Without chemicals, either.
- ( Cups clink )
So Kelli, the baby.
Good, fucking great.
She's a doll.
She cries a lot, though.
The baby, not Kelli.
I Hope you're taking the time
To reflect on all this.
Savor the good stuff.
Yeah-- no, I am.
There's my other sober buddy.
- Is that an FBI guy?
- Your tax dollars at work.
Does he follow you
around all the time?
They drop in and out.
It's fun.
Look, seriously,
think where you were
just three months ago.
You came into that meeting.
yo were so fucked up
you could barely talk.
And that woman friend
was even worse.
I'Ve been trying
to do what you said--
Hold back a little,
steer clear of old
habits, same people.
Must be hard, though,
given your lifestyle.
They already misinterpret,
I don't wanna hang around
so much.
Fucking Paulie especially
Have you explained how hard
it is to be around alcohol?
- How familiar surroundings
set it off?
- They don't give a fuck.
"But he's fucking
my wife, Carmine.
I want him dead,"
Jimmy says.
"He will be," he said,
"but not just right now.
He earns too much."
Eight years later,
Jimmy gets a call one day.
"Remember that guy who
we were talking about
Who's fucking your wife?
He can go."
The guy wasn't making
him money no more.
And that was
Carmine Lupertazzi.
- Holy fucking shit.
- Yeah.
There you are.
We went--
John, what the hell
are you doing?
- What?
- You're smoking.
- So?
- Daddy, you're on oxygen.
Warren, pardon me, I'm sorry.
Just calm down, all right?
Calm down?
I don't fucking believe you.
( Sighs )
what do I got to lose, Gin?
What's the difference?
You told me dr. Feldman
doesn't agree with the others.
- Yeah, well.
- Miracles do happen, John.
Not to this family
they don't.
It's that kind of attitude
that probably brought this
on in the first place.
You're gonna start
with that again?
What about all these
six-year-olds with leukemia?
What's that from,
all their negative thinking?
( Coughing )
All due respect,
he's a great guy, Doc,
But boss material?
Important thing's
we all work together,
Whoever winds up
in the driver's seat.
Phil, though,
I'll never get it.
The man was my mentor.
It was right there
for the taking.
His heart, Gerry.
What was he gonna do?
That's my point, though,
what you just said.
Johnny goes away.
It's Phil's turn
in the driver's seat,
And his heart gives out.
- Right.
- his heart.
I Know, what?
It's a metaphor.
He lost his balls
is what I'm saying.
Just say it then.
Walt fucking Whitman over here.
- Ladies.
- Hey.
- How
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