Silvio: You have any idea what Albert kicked up last week?
Paulie: Fuck that fuckin' parakeet. I got a relationship with Tony Albert he'll never have—no matter how far he sticks his tongue up Tony's ass.
Tony: It must be a gay book. Billy Budd is the ship's florist, right?
Minnie: I've been driving since I was a young girl.
Paulie: Horse and buggies don't count.
Johnny Sack: That restaurant thing didn't help.
Tony: He hurt my appraiser, what was I supposed to do? It's on page four of the "Boss Manual," John, Jesus.
A.J.: (on Billy Budd) My teacher says it's a gay book.
Carmela: Who, Mr. Weggler? Oh, that is ridiculous.
Finn: Actually, I've heard that before.
Carmela: That book was written when, in the 19th century?
A.J.: Yeah, I didn't even know they had fags back then.
A.J.: (farts loudly) Aww, dude! Meeting's over.
Tony: (on Carmela) I know she's my wife and the mother of my kids, but let me tell you: she can be a moody bitch.
Music in this episode: "Bossa Trio" by Brad Hatfield; "Free as the Wind" by Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge; "Little Bird" by Annie Lennox; "New Slang" by The Shins; "Night of the Iguana" by Huevos Rancheros; "Real Fonky Time" by Dax Rider; "Talking to the Dice" by Patrick Tuzzolino; "The Small Hours" by Metallica; "They Can't Take That Away From Me" by Joe Pass