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The Sopranos: The Ride

Christopher has a surprise for everyone. Tony finds comfort in sticking with his traditions. An Italian street fair places Paulie in an awkward position.


Episode Info


Episode number: 6x9
Production Number: S609
Airdate: Sunday May 07th, 2006

Director: Alan Taylor
Writer: Terence Winter

Alternate Airdates:

FI (Nelonen) Dec 05, 2006

  • Currently 8.7/10
8.7/10 (3 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Angelo Massagli
As Bobby Baccalieri, Jr.
Recurring
Arthur J. Nascarella
As Carlo Gervasi
Recurring
Artie Pasquale
As Burt Gervasi
Recurring
Brianna Laughlin
As Domenica Baccalieri
Recurring
Cara Buono
As Kelli Lombardo
Recurring
Carl Capotorto
As Little Paulie Germani
Recurring
Edoardo Ballerini
As Corky Caporale
Recurring
Francis Esemplare
As Nucci Gualtieri
Recurring
John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia
As Albie Cianflone
Recurring
John Bianco
As Gerry Torciano
Recurring
Julianna Margulies
As Julianna Skiff
Recurring
Kimberly Laughlin
As Domenica Baccalieri
Recurring
Lenny Venito
As James "Murmur" Zancone
Recurring
Louis Gross
As Perry Annunziata
Recurring
Max Casella
As Benny Fazio
Recurring
Miryam Coppersmith
As Sophia Baccalieri
Recurring
Patricia McCormack
As Liz La Cerva
Recurring
Sylvia Kauders
As Mrs. Conte
Recurring
Tony Darrow
As Larry Boy Barese
Recurring
Will Janowitz
As Finn Detrolio
Recurring
William DeMeo
As Jason Molinaro
Recurring
Biagio Tripodi
As John Campisi
Dennis Predovic
As Eddie Lind
Diane Martella
As Old Woman at Parade
Francis W. Erigo
As Old Woman in Church
Francisco Burgos
As Latino Kid #2
Frank Carlo
As Teenager
Gabriel Cano
As Latino Kid #1
Gene Ruffini
As Charels Russamano
Jeremy Schwartz
As Biker #1
Jonathan Del Arco
As Father Jose
Maria Hernandez
As Latino Woman
Pietro Gonzalez
As Hispanic Guy
Sonny Passero
As Man in Crowd
Susan Varon
As Joan Gillespie
T.R. Shields III
As Dale Hutchins
Tanya P.
As The Virgin Mary
Vic Noto
As Biker #2
Main Cast
James Gandolfini
As Tony Soprano
Edie Falco
As Carmela Soprano
Jamie-Lynn Sigler
As Meadow Soprano
Michael Imperioli
As Christopher Moltisanti
Robert Iler
As Anthony Soprano, Jr.
Lorraine Bracco
As Dr. Jennifer Melfi
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
Frank Vincent (1)
As Phil Leotardo
Joseph R. Gannascoli
As Vito Spatafore
Episode Notes
Ratings: This episode was seen by 8.5 million people according to the Nielsens.

The flashback scene in which Christopher tells Tony about Adriana's death was originally a part of "Long Term Parking" but was cut from the episode before airing.

The Feast of Saint Elzear, which takes place during this episode, traditionally occurs on on September 27th.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Beniamino GigliViva Il Vino Spumeggiante 
Buddy MilesMidnight Rider 
Fausto LealiA Chi 
Fred NeilDolphins 
FreeAll Right Now 
Johnny and The HurricanesRed River Rock 
Johnny ThundersPipeline 
Myron FlorenJohnny Oslo Schottische 
Rocky and the RiddlersFlash and Crash 
TipsyCinnebar 


Episode Quotes
Vendor: What if it rains? The Ohio State Fair gives you a rebate for bad weather.
Paulie: Yet another reason I don't live in Ohio.

Tony: (to Dr. Melfi) I told you my feelings, every day is a gift...It's just - does it have to be a pair of socks?

Paulie: I'm busy managing the feast.
Silvio: Vice President in charge of calzones.



Cultural References
Saw

Christopher is seen watching the horror flick Saw during the episode.

The Feast of St. Elzear is similar to the flashback in The Godfather II in which money was pinned to a statue.

Tony: (to Paulie) You're doing a heck of a job there, Brownie.

Tony is referecing the same line that George W. Bush made to FEMA director Michael Brown after the Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans.

Christopher: This is what I'm talking about, stately Wayne Manor.

Wayne Manor is Batman's home.



Episode References
The clock shows 3:00AM as Paulie waits for his biopsy results. In "From Where to Eternity," Christopher wakes from his coma and reveals that the ghost of Mikey Palmice and Brendan Filone told him to tell Paulie "three 'o-clock."



Warning: The Sopranos season 6 episode 9 guide may contain spoilers
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