He was born March 4, 1950, 11 minutes before his brother Phillip in Bloomfield, New Jersey. Although unknown to Johnny, his own hit was approved by Tony and Carmine to hit Johnny in order to protect the highly valuable Esplanade project to which Ralphie's involvement was key. Partner When they are out of the city, he pulls a gun on her and tells her to never see or talk to Tony or any of his family again.

Silvio informs Gene that Tony denied his request to move to Florida. Jimmy was a capo in the DiMeo/Soprano crime family. Portrayed By In the season 4 penultimate episode "Eloise", Furio witnesses Tony's infidelity first hand on a night out at a x. Elliot frequently drinks from a very large reusable water bottle during therapy sessions, which Bogdanovich claims was his own bottle at the time.[21].

A fight ensues in which Tony beats and strangles Ralph to death at his home. Paulie and Benny used Tony's home entertainment system speakers on his boat to blast Dean Martin recordings at the Sapinsly home at all hours. In the series finale, Carlo's son was said to be arrested by the FBI for drug dealing. The Sopranos is an amazing story that still rightfully grips audiences to this day, but imagine an alternative world where Tracee survived, where she got revenge on Ralphie and Tony let her walk scot free. When Carmela hires the Buccos to cater a silent auction fundraiser at the Soprano home, Carmela treats Charmaine like a servant, prompting Charmaine to reveal that she had dated and had sex with Tony in high school at the same time he was beginning to date Carmela when she was spending the summer with her parents on Long Beach Island. He coldly breaks up with Meadow, leaving her to run home to pick up the pieces. He lives in Mill Basin, Brooklyn. Three days later, after no contact between the two, Tracee met Ralph at the Bada Bing VIP lounge, where she insulted him in front of the other associates and capos. Only twenty years old, she already had a son, who was taken by child protective service…

Aprile was the acting boss of the family from 1995, when boss Ercole DiMeo went to prison, until 1999, when he dies of stomach cancer in the fourth episode of season one, and is succeeded by Junior. Although Vito Spatafore was not introduced on The Sopranos until the Season 2 episode "The Happy Wanderer" as a nephew to fellow mobster Richie Aprile and cousin to Adriana La Cerva and Jackie Aprile Jr., the actor who plays his role, Joseph R. Gannascoli, appeared in the Season 1 episode, "The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti" as pastry shop patron named "Gino". Like Tony, she is a patient of Jennifer Melfi's. Feech moved to the US in the 1950s and settled in Hamilton Park, Jersey City where he became involved with the DiMeo crime family in bookmaking and loansharking, then under the leadership of boss Ercole "Eckley" DiMeo. This did not stop Tracee from seeking his advice on whether to have an abortion or to keep the baby after she begged Tony that she had one else to turn to. He follows her outside, where they argue.

Richie was previously married and fathered a son, Richie Aprile Jr. Richie returned from prison to a very different family, with Tony Soprano as the boss, whom Richie had known since before Tony had become a made man. Dick Barone is played by Joe Lisi. After Pie-O-My dies in a stable fire under questionable circumstances, Tony confronts Ralph over the suspicious timing of the fire with the $200,000 insurance pay out, which was also his son's required medical expenses. Angelo and Rusty, along with Rusty's right-hand man Eddie Pietro, pull most of the strings during the war between Johnny Sack and Little Carmine. His decision was heavily influenced by the murder of Angelo Garepe. They might kill each other but they’ll show up at the funeral and make sure their wives are taken care of after the fact — what of Tracee’s family? Patsy later celebrates his son's engagement to Meadow Soprano with Tony and his family. At a bath house with Paulie, Sal refused to undress because he was wearing a wire, blaming high blood pressure, which raised the crew's suspicions further, especially after he then disappeared. Dick's son Jason works as a ski instructor at Deer Valley in Summit County, Utah and knew little about the waste management business. Gloria is a car saleswoman for Globe Motors, a Mercedes-Benz dealership[44] in Fairfield, New Jersey. Anthony "Tony B" Blundetto is played by Steve Buscemi.

Through Paulie, Johnny learned about Tony's Frelinghuysen Avenue property windfall and HUD scam — allowing the Lupertazzi crime family to demand a piece of the action because their mutual interests made both projects possible. Carlo's cousin, Burt switched sides during the Lupertazzi/Soprano war and was killed for his disloyalty by Silvio Dante. The operation ends when Meadow takes the old lamp to college. This sixth episode in the third season sparked immediate controversy when it aired in 2001 for its depiction of the brutal, senseless murder of a woman — one of the most violent scenes ever depicted in a show already notorious for, But it’s that very question that “University,” and. Tony finds Jimmy's behavior very peculiar and also believes he was released too promptly after his arrest. Vin was a Newark, New Jersey police detective who worked on narcotics and vice squads who fed information to Tony Soprano. It’s difficult to watch the scene where Ralph kills Tracee for basically anyone with a stomach – and a heart – but as someone who had been literally beaten by a client while working in an abusive dungeon, watching that episode wrecked me. Carmela describes Father Phil as a "spiritual mentor" she utilizes "to become a better Catholic", and, the rare male friend who appreciates things that the ultra-masculine Tony finds to be unmanly. He then organized a hit on Sal, with Silvio and Paulie, on a boat, with one last toast to the good times, and the three shot him to death, wrapped his body in plastic bags, chains, and weights and dumped it into the ocean.