The news about Vito's extracurricular activities at a gay bar in New York is spreading quickly. Christopher hears it from an acquaintance at an AA meeting and soon passes it on to the other members of the family. Most are disgusted with him but Tony isn't about to rush to judgment where a man's reputation is at stake. It all seems like it's true when Benny Fazio approaches him and Vito takes off in his car. When Meadow overhears her mother and Rosalie Aprile talking about it, she tells them - and eventually her father - what Finn saw the morning he got to work early. As for Vito, he is in hiding in a small New Hampshire town hoping to track down his cousin who lives somewhere in the state. Vito begins to notice that there are obviously other gay men living in the town.
Did You Know?
When Mucci told Christopher Moltisanti and his friend that he was from Yonkers, Moltisanti's friend asked him if he was lost. This is a reference to Neil Simon
's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, and subsequent movie Lost in Yonkers
(1993). See more
Silvio reminds Tony that Paulie never pays up the full percent to Tony, this is a major violation of the mafia code therefore Tony should've have killed right away. See more
Imagine laying next to a guy for fifteen years and all that time he's been playing for the pink team?
Who told you? Tony swore me to secrecy!
I'm not gonna bear my sources. Anyway, it's all over the place.
Those poor children. Imagine when they find out their father's a fanook?... But she is such a bright girl, Marie Spatafore. You think she and Vito had some arrangement?
I just hope she gets herself tested.
References The L Word
Let the Teardrops Fall
Written by Charles Beam, Charles L. Jiles and W.S. Stevenson
Performed by Patsy Cline See more