The Sopranos

Season 1 Episode 10

A Hit is a Hit

9
Aired Unknown Mar 14, 1999 on HBO
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Tony has a disheartening experience when he tries to strike up new friendships in the civilian world. Christopher and Adriana try their hand in the music recording business, but their plans backfire in their faces.

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Michael Imperioli

Michael Imperioli

Christopher Moltisanti

James Gandolfini

James Gandolfini

Tony Soprano

Lorraine Bracco

Lorraine Bracco

Dr. Jennifer Melfi

Edie Falco

Edie Falco

Carmela Soprano

Dominic Chianese

Dominic Chianese

Corrado "Junior" Soprano

Tony Sirico

Tony Sirico

Peter "Paulie Walnuts" Gualtieri

Bokeem Woodbine

Bokeem Woodbine

Massive Genius

Guest Star

Bryan Hicks

Bryan Hicks

Orange J

Guest Star

Nick Fowler

Nick Fowler

Richie Santini

Guest Star

Jerry Adler

Jerry Adler

Hesh Rabkin

Recurring Role

Drea de Matteo

Drea de Matteo

Adriana La Cerva

Recurring Role

Oksana Lada

Oksana Lada

Irina Peltsin

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • When Christopher smashes Richie Santini with the guitar (in the studio, after he (Richie) refuses to "spike up"), Richie's shirt changes from a tanktop with a white design to one with a higher neck and no design (when his bandmates are picking him up after the guitar whipping), back to the tanktop with the design.

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Hesh: One could write a song about a horse. But to be a hit with your audience, you'd have to have a cop on him be ripped up the ass with a MAC 10.

    • Tony: My wife thinks I need to meet new people.
      Dr. Melfi: So?
      Tony: Come on, you're Italian. You understand. Guys like me, we're brought up to the think the americani are fucking bores. The truth is, the average white man's no more boring than the millionth conversation over who should have won, Marciano or Ali.

    • Massive Genius: Bold men make bold statements.
      Christopher: Why'd they send you over? I'm lookin' for a burger, not converted rice!

    • Paulie: This is all a message to your friends. Stay away from port Newark. Don't even drive out to Jersey—not even on Sundays.
      Gallegos: I'll tell them.
      Paulie: They've been told—twice. Now I'll tell 'em.
      (shoots Gallegos)

    • Carmela: You know Tony, it's a multiple choice thing with you. I can't tell if you're old-fashioned, paranoid, or just a fucking asshole.

    • Carmela: What if something should happen?
      Tony: You dig out my blue suit, you call up old man Coletti, and tell him not to put too much makeup on my face.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Music in this episode: "A Dreamer's Holiday" by Ray Anthony & His Orchestra; "De Cara A La Pared" by Lhasha; "DJ Keep Playin' (Get Your Music On)" by Yvette Michele; "Why" by Annie Lennox; "You Give Love A Bad Name" by Bon Jovi; "Nobody Loves Me But You" by Dori Hartley

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