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The Sopranos: Whoever Did This

Uncle Junior stumbles across a loophole that would get him out of his trial. Meanwhile, Ralph becomes depressed when his son is injured; Tony sets out to seek revenge after the stable fire; and Christopher works with Tony to put together a disappearance.


Episode Info


Episode number: 4x9
Airdate: Sunday November 10th, 2002



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Guest Stars
Alla Kliouka
As Svetlana Kirilenka
Recurring
Brian Smyj
As Agent Smyj
Recurring
Bruce MacVittie
As Danny Scalercio
Recurring
Dan Castleman
As Prosecutor
Recurring
Dane Curley
As Justin Cifaretto
Recurring
Elena Solovey
As Branca Libinsk
Recurring
Francis Esemplare
As Nucci Gualtieri
Recurring
Frank Pando
As Agent Frank Grasso
Recurring
Joe Pucillo
As Beppy Scerbo
Recurring
Joseph R. Gannascoli
As Vito Spatafore
Recurring
Julie Ross
As Court Clerk
Recurring
Leslie Bega
As Valentina la Paz
Recurring
Manon Halliburton
As Lois Pettit
Recurring
Marissa Matrone
As Ronnie Capozza
Recurring
Matt Servitto
As Agent Dwight Harris
Recurring
Murielle Arden
As Elodi Colbert
Recurring
Paul Schulze
As Father Phil Intintola
Recurring
Randy Barbee
As Judge Whitney R. Runions
Recurring
Richard Portnow
As Attorney Melvoin
Recurring
Robert Funaro
As Eugene Pontecorvo
Recurring
Rosa Nino
As Inez Munoz
Recurring
Sharon Angela
As Rosalie Aprile
Recurring
Tony Darrow
As Larry Barese
Recurring
Ava-Maria Carnevale
As Dr. Donna Dechristafaro
Bruce Kirkpatrick
As Policeman #1
Debargo Sanyal
As Orderly
Ellen Orchid
As Dr. Sharon Zalutsky
Frankie Pace
As Newspaper Reporter
Gene Gabriel
As Policeman #2
Richard D'Alessandro
As Dennis Capozza
Rob Leo Roy
As Print Newsman
Samuel Allen
As Shane Petrzelka
Susan Jhun
As Allison Pak
Tim Kang
As Dr. Harrison Wong
Main Cast
James Gandolfini
As Tony Soprano
Edie Falco
As Carmela Soprano
Michael Imperioli
As Christopher Moltisanti
Robert Iler
As Anthony Soprano, Jr.
Dominic Chianese
As Corrado "Junior" Soprano
Tony Sirico
As Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri
Aida Turturro
As Janice Soprano
Steve Schirripa
As Bobby "Bacala" Baccalieri
Jonny V
As Artie Bucco
Steve Van Zandt
As Silvio Dante
Joe Pantoliano
As Ralph Cifaretto
Episode Notes
Deaths: Ralph Cifaretto (strangled and dismembered); Pie-O-My (stable fire)



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Apollo 440The Man With the Harmonica 
Leo SayerWhen I Need You 
The MoonglowsSincerely 


Cultural References
"The Tell-Tale Heart"

Christopher being disturbed by the dropping of a bowling ball, which he thinks is a beating heart, is a reference to the Edgar Allen Poe short story, "The Tell-Tale Heart."



Episode References
Tony finds pictures of Tracee in the mirror after killing Ralph. This is a reference to "University" in which Ralph kills Tracee, the stripper.



Warning: The Sopranos season 4 episode 9 guide may contain spoilers
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