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There is a continuity error. In the kitchen scene, Cross mentions that Billy's birthday is on March 29. At a later dinner, Cross explains to the other family heads that Billy's birthday is on March 28 instead.
Cross De Lena: Go ahead. Blow out the candle. Make a wish. (Billy blows out candle.) It'll be your last.
Billy D'Angelo: This has to be some kind of joke.
Cross De Lena: Well, that depends on what makes you laugh, Billy.
Rose Marie Clericuzio: I wish you luck, Della. I hope you'll be as happy in this house as I've been.
Giorgio Clericuzio: My father would have been so proud of you. You saved everything he worked his entire life for.
Cross De Lena: He thought he was the last Don.
Giorgio Clericuzio: That's what you've become.
Cross De Lena: That's what I've become because you refused the job.
Giorgio Clericuzio: You were born for it.
Cross De Lena: Who knows what I was born for?
Josie Cirolia: I didn't want to believe that you were a murderer.
Cross De Lena: You know what I do. You didn't come here with your eyes shut. This is my life.
Josie Cirolia: You can get out of it.
Cross De Lena: Athena said that too.
Josie Cirolia: I want to believe that you can stop, that there is a way out.
Cross De Lena: There's no way out. It's too late. It was too late from the day I was born.
Claudia De Lena: Is that how you take care of everything? You just knock people off?
Cross De Lena: If that's what it takes. It works.
Pippi De Lena: Human beings are flawed, son. We age, we forget, our sight fails. Flies can see better than we do. Can't you see nothing?
Cross De Lena: Well, look around. We're getting to the end. Widows, widowers.
Billy D'Angelo: An all-out Mafia war is not what we need right now.
Cross De Lena: You killed me, Pop. You killed everything good in me.
Pippi De Lena: No.
Cross De Lena: You put a gun in my hand and you taught me how to pull the trigger…You're my father and you taught me how to kill.
Pippi De Lena: Hey, I was looking out for you. I was teaching you how to survive. It was the only way I knew. You're half of me, Cross, maybe not your better half, but I love you son. You got to know that.
Cross De Lena: Yeah, I know, pop. I know. I love you too. I love you too.
Billy D'Angelo: Time for you to get your hands dirty. Here we are, end of the line, last stop for the bottom feeders. No way out.
Cross De Lena: Nope, no way out.
Billy D'Angelo: I was so close, about that far away from number one.
Cross De Lena: It was yours. I never wanted it.
Billy D'Angelo: I couldn't have it. I'm not blood. But I'll tell you something, if I can't have it, I'm glad that you can. Go ahead. Take me out.
Cross De Lena: Maybe I should let you do the noble thing. (gives Billy a gun)
Billy D'Angelo: (Laughs) You still love me after all, don't you? (Billy pulls the trigger but the empty chamber clicks)
Cross De Lena: No, I don't. (Enter Liz Vazzi) He's all yours.
Cross De Lena: (to Josie) I have nothing else to offer. No kind of life. There's not much hope for a future. This family and everyone connected to it could all be killed tomorrow.
Cross De Lena: You ever worry about bugs? With the Rico laws, you just saw 'Cosa Nostra', you end up in maximum security.
The Church, St. Cecilia, that Rose Marie runs to is located at the intersection of Annette St. & Pacific Ave. in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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