When Gloria throws a steak at Tony's head, it's actually director Steve Buscemi throwing it from off-camera.
Christopher: I think he's dyin'.
Paulie: Must've cracked his windpipe. That's it for him.
Christopher: What, are you a fuckin' doctor now? What're we gonna do?
Tony: (on the phone) He was with the Interior Ministry. Guy's like a Russian green beret. He can not come back and tell this story. You understand?
Paulie: I hear you.
(hangs up phone)
Paulie: You're not gonna believe this. He killed sixteen Czechoslovakians. Guy was an interior decorator.
Christopher: Interior decorator? His apartment looked like shit.
Gloria: (to Tony) If I wanted to be treated like shit, I'd get married.
Christopher: Don't give me that 'captain shit' now, Paulie. Right now we're just two assholes lost in the woods.
Christopher: Russians, they're not all bad.
Paulie: How about the Cuban Missile Crisis? Cocksuckers moved nuclear warheads into Cuba, pointed them right at us.
Christopher: That was real? I saw that movie. I thought it was bullshit.
Dr. Melfi: Do you think lying to Carmela in therapy is the best thing for your panic attacks?
Tony: Things are good between me and Carm, you said so yourself.
Dr. Melfi: It's all predicated on a lie.
Tony: It's all predicated on my ass. What's the difference?
Gloria: If you're trying to be honest, then why did you lie?
Tony: Cause I don't want to piss you off.
Gloria: So it's really about you then?
Tony: What are you talking about? I didn't want to hurt your feelings.
Gloria: No, what you said was you didn't want to piss me off which implies that you'd have to deal with me, which was more about sparing you than my fucking feelings.
Paulie: (on Russians) I don't even know why we deal with these people.
Tony: Wanna guess?
Paulie: They make us money.
Tony: Thank you.
In conjunction with the 2008 Emmy awards, Tony and Paulie's phone conversatio, was in the list of the Most Memorable Drama TV Moments. However, it didn't make it to the top 5.
The German episode title is "Verschollen im Schnee", meaning "Missing in the Snow".
Music in this episode: "Gloria" by Van Morrison; "Coffee and TV" by Blur
Sposa so disprezzata by Antonio Vivaldi, performed by Cecilia Bartoli