In the scene where Tony is celebrating that he moved back in with his wife and his son, his champagne glass is more than half full in one perspective and less then half full in the other.
Christopher: That's the guy, Adriana. My uncle Tony: the guy I'm going to hell for.
Little Carmine: We're in a fucking stagmire.
Christopher: (about Adriana's bowel issues) They gotta replace her colon with a semi-colon.
Phil Leotardo: You ever have someone die in your arms that you love?
Phil Leotardo: Well, give it time. See if I can't make it happen for you.
Christopher: I could take that fat fuck out in a second. Bang!! And his kids wouldn't even give a shit.
Tony: (mispronouncing Hermès) It's a Her-mees. Supposed to be the best.
Johnny Sack: You either deliver that prick to my door, or I will rain a shit storm down on you and your family like you have never fucking seen.
Tony: (to A.J. on drinking champagne) You're supposed to savor it. It's important in life.
Music in this episode:
"Barracuda" by Heart; "Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen; "Leaving California" by Shawn Smith; "Mama" by Egidio Faiella; "Super Bon Bon" by Soul Coughing; "Super Boy" by Zino and Tommy; "Summer Snow" by Lou Christie; "Wedding Waltz" by Egidio Faiella; "Wrapped in My Memory" by Shawn Smith
The episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series.
Christopher: The highway's jammed with broken heroes on a last-chance power drive. Everybody's out on the run tonight but there's no place left to hide. (From Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run)
This was said in response to a query by Tony asking where Christopher had been. It was said in the presence of Silvio (Steve Van Zandt) who plays guitar in Springsteen's E Street Band.