NBBS Tony Soprano Horse Painting Canvas Poster Wall Art Decor Print Picture Paintings for Living Room Bedroom Decoration Frame:16×24inch(40×60cm)
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While discussing the trust Carmela is trying to set up, Tony mentioned "floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee", which is in reference to Muhammad Ali. The second reason is the post expenses of the framed paintings and carrier limitations of the large shipments. Painting reproduction is a high quality expensive product, which we cannot risk to damage by sending it being stretched.
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In a later episode Tony comes to Paulies house where he sees the picture. He gets angry and dumps it. While hes putting it in the dumpster he stares at the uniform and the sword. During their session, Tony says: “Lately I’m getting the feeling that I came in at the end. The best is over.” Dr. Melfi responds: “Many Americans, I think, feel that way.” Their meeting sets the tone for the entire series—the show is not just about mob violence, but about decay, family, and, perhaps more than anything, the influence of women in Tony’s life. Pie-O-My" is the 44th episode of the HBO original series The Sopranos and the fifth of the show's fourth season. Written by Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess, and directed by Henry J. Bronchtein, it originally aired on October 13, 2002.
Additionally, due to the dimensions of the stretched canvas, the shipment price may exceed the price of the product itself.
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When he is looking at the painting after taking it from Paulie's house, he is reminded about how the men look to him as a General (as evidenced by the camera focusing on the hilt of the sword). When Junior is putting on his sweater in preparation for his trial he says “It's a beautiful day in this neighborhood” which is a reference to Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Janice is insinuating herself into Bobby's family life: she freezes out Mikey Palmice's widow JoJo, and serves the family Carmela's delicious lasagna, claiming it as her own. She urges Bobby to get over his grief as he might lose Junior's support. Bobby pulls himself together and completes a neglected task for Junior: meeting with a union shop steward to intimidate him into changing his vote in an upcoming election.
In September, I couldn’t help but notice that Martin might have been preparing herself for Goldee’s eventual departure. When I asked about Goldee’s age, she explained that 23 was “getting up there in years” for a horse. She also educated me about the struggle of Cushing’s disease, a common ailment in older horses that can leave them in pain, underweight and fighting to regulate their body temperature. Indeed, when Martin made the decision to put Goldee down this morning, it was due to the progression of Cushing’s. Martin being interviewed at SopranosCon with Goldee. At the stables, Hesh references Seabiscuit, who was, at the time, a frequent pop culture reference due to the popularity of the book about him. This episode aired before the release of the 2003 motion picture of the same name.