The Sopranos

Season 5 Episode 6

Sentimental Education

Aired Unknown Apr 11, 2004 on HBO



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Tony: (on Mr. Wegler) What did that fag want?
      Carmela: Jesus Christ, Tony, everybody's a fag to you. Maybe you're a fag, you ever think about that?
      Tony: Can I help it if I know one when I see one?
      Carmela: Oh, really? What are the signs—education, culture?
      Tony: Sucking a guy's cock usually tips me off.

    • Tony: As far as I can tell, you spend most of your time talking on the phone and sitting on the couch perfecting that pissy look on your face.
      A.J.: Add coming home drunk, it sounds like you.

    • Carmela: There is the issue of my husband. Mr. Wegler: Your husband's going to have to get used to the fact that you're moving on with your life. Carmela: I'm not worried about my life.

    • Tony B.: It's not much to look at, but it's a totally flexible workspace.
      Tony: Plus, you got the dog grooming next door in case your Korean friends want some lunch.

    • Paulie: Twelve grand? How many guys you gotta jerk off on the massage table to make that?
      Tony B.: I don't know. How much do you charge without the table?

    • Tony: (on A.J.'s threat to call child services) This is demoralizin'.
      Carmela: Well, now maybe you see...
      Tony: That a son of mine would even consider callin' in the authorities!

    • Paulie: Vito, where the fuck is my Tupperware?!

    • Tony B: I got a whole leg covered with Neosporin. I just spent an hour with the cops explainin' how it went down.
      Kim: I no forget you professional criminal.
      Tony B: Let me ask you somethin'. If I really wanted to rob you, you think I'd have to put up with this bullshit?

    • Carmela: I have to tell you. I haven't been with anyone.
      Mr. Wegler: You're a virgin? This is my lucky night.

    • Christopher: Fear knocked at the door. Faith answered. There was no one there.

    • Carmela: Whatever I say, whatever I do, because I was married to a man like Tony, my motives will always be called into question.

  • Notes

    • The German episode title is "Bittere Lehren", meaning "Bitter Lessons".

    • Director Peter Bogdanovich is already known to show watchers in his recurring role as Dr. Elliot Kupferberg.

    • Music: "Django" by Modern Jazz Quartet; "Hold Me, Kiss Me, Thrill Me" by Mel Carter; "Julia Florida" by Andrew John Seedon; "Mon Homme My Man" by Mistinguett; "Over the Mountain, Across the Sea" by Johnny and Joe; "The Angles Listened In" by The Crests; "The Blues is My Business" by Etta James; "The Break-up Song" by Greg Kihn; "The Loud, the Loose and the Savage" by Davie Allan and the Arrows

  • Allusions

    • Talking to Mr. Wegler, Mr. Fiske calls A.J. "Fredo Corleone", referring to Vito's middle child in The Godfather and its first sequel.

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