This is the first appearance of Vince Curatola (John "Johnny Sack" Sacramoni).
Deaths: Dominic, Uncle Junior's grandson (suicide); Rusty Irish (thrown off of a bridge by Mikey Palmice)
Mikey Palmice: (to Rusty Irish) Listen to me. I'm gonna give you a break. I'm gonna give you a break. When I toss you over, if you can fly, I won't shoot you down.
Dr. Melfi: When's the last time you had a prostate exam?
Tony: Hey, I don't even let anybody wag their finger in my face.
Dr. Melfi: I'm sorry, I shouldn't have laughed.
Tony: Don't apologize.
Dr. Melfi: Oh boy.
Tony: You got a nice laugh.
Dr. Melfi: What's the one thing, every woman, your mother, your wife, your daughter, have in common?
Tony: They all break my balls.
Tony: All due respect to New York, I don't think you should be tellin' my uncle how ta run things.
Johnny Sack: You think I got the balls ta drive in from New York and tell your uncle how we should run this family? I shouldn't expect to see the Statue of Liberty again if I did that, huh?
Tony: (to Junior) Remember the story you told me about the father bull talking to the son. They're up on this hill and looking down on a bunch of cows. And the son goes to the father, "Dad, why don't we run down there and fuck one of these cows?" Now do you remember what the father said? Father says, "Son, why don't we walk down there and fuck them all?"
Junior: I always thought you could make the pros. You could have done it. You had a swing like Joe D.
Tony: You're crazy.
Junior: What? You think I'm fucking you?
Tony: Yeah, I could barely hit .250.
Junior: That's because you didn't want it. Too busy chasing skirt. Chasing skirt, your average was .500.
Tony: Carm, you're not just in my life. You are my life.
While Tony is talking to Dr. Melfi about his "problem" she is shown with both feet on the floor, legs together. A quick shot of Tony and then a shot of Dr. Melfi with legs crossed. Another quick shot of Tony then back to Dr. Melfi with legs crossed. Another quick shot of Tony and then back to Dr. Melfi and she is in the original position with both feet on the floor, legs together.
Episode Title: Pax Soprana
"Pax Soprana" translates to "Soprano peace" and is a possible reference to the Pax Romana time period in Roman history where there was peace throughout the Roman Empire.
The story that Tony tells about bulls, and claims he heard it from Uncle Junior, is, in fact, a storyline from the 1988 film Colors.