Nominal Get it? He wants his wife to take him back but she demands he gets rid of his (w)HORSE.
I can see how this was ground breaking television in the late 90s, but jesus does it not hold up. Every other scene feels like it was written by someone one month into their freshman intro to psych class.
infinite zest Whatddya mean? There's a horse, Tony Soprano's on it, and Carmella doesn't want it there. Ba da bing ba da boom: Carmalla is anti-equestrian.
Rosebeekee It's been forever since I've seen The Sopranos and I could not for the life of me remember where this ridiculous scene could have been from. Then I remembered that about 60% of this show was dream sequences.