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Uncle Junior realizes after a blabby goumar opened up her mouth on where Jume puts his mouth, there are too many fish in the sea.

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Was The Sopranos a realistic mob show? It depends who you ask, but several people who ought to know certainly thought so. The list includes FBI agents who endorsed the show’s portrayal of law enforcement as well as some real-life mobsters.

Those weren’t coincidences. Sopranos creator David Chase had ex-law enforcement advisors working on the show to make things as realistic as possible. And it turns out writers had an ex-mafioso help on the season 1’s “Boca,” which follows the exploits of Uncle Junior (Dominic Chianese).

Read more on Cheat Sheet:

https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/the-sopranos-an-ex-mobster-helped-writers-embarrass-junior-in-the-boca-episode.html/

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