The Sopranos

The Sopranos (1999)

3 mistakes in A Hit is a Hit

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A Hit is a Hit - S1-E10

Audio problem: In the first long shots of Visiting Day playing at the club, the lead vocal is heard, but the singer is standing well back from the mic and does not appear to be singing.

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A Hit is a Hit - S1-E10

Continuity mistake: When Hesh and Massive Genius are talking on the porch, Hesh is leaning forward and picks up a glass of ice tea. A second later, in the next shot he is sitting back in his chair, and is no longer holding the glass.

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A Hit is a Hit - S1-E10

Continuity mistake: The scene where Hesh and Massive Genius are sitting down and drinking. Massive Genius has just requested that Hesh pay reparations money. Paulie then steps forwards, aggressively demanding "or what?" Behind him, Chris is standing by the white pillar. However, two shots and 2 seconds later, when the camera cuts back to Tony's holding Paulie back, Chris has completely disappeared from the veranda - he is neither behind Paulie or Silvio.

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Tony Soprano: Oh, poor baby. What do you want, a Whitman's Sampler?

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Trivia: Steve Van Zandt's wife, Maureen, played Silvio Dante's wife Gabriella.

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Proshai, Livushka - S3-E2

Question: In the credits a character is shown as "2 to 5 / 7 to 9". Who is this character and what is the significance of her name?

Answer: I'm not sure which person you're referring to here specifically, but the meaning is someone who makes a habit of constantly going to funeral calling hours (normally 2pm-5pm and 7pm to 9pm) for morbid entertainment or gossip purposes (elderly ladies, for example).

Ryan Grubb

Answer: In "Proshai, Livushka", she's the person talking to Meadow in the hall, while Tony watches, and says to Meadow, "I'm so sorry about your grandmother." She also appears and is credited in s03e05, "Another Toothpick" and s03e13, "Army of One." In s06e18 "Kennedy and Heidi", one of Tony's men points her out (although refers to her as 3 to 5, 7 to 9) and when someone asks why they call her that, he says "she never misses a wake." Although in this episode, Marie Donato is not credited.

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