Tony announces that he's going to be setting Buscemi up with a career in the lucrative stolen-airbag industry, and invites Feech to join them at the welcome-home party. Having now consumed his recommended daily allowance of dandelion-flavored exposition, Feech takes off for parts unknown. Once he's gone, Tony leads us through an extraordinarily gratuitous and inappropriate Motorola product placement that may very well be the absolute nadir of this show's long descent into American Idol levels of pimpage. Or at least it will be until Meadow spills Snapple on her iBook next week. Seriously, people. WE'VE ALREADY PAID TO WATCH THIS SHOW. Enough, already! Anyway, Junior pushes away the plate of magic dandelions and asks Bobby to fry him up an egg instead. And then he immediately forgets that he asked and repeats the exact same request. Ten seconds after that, he refers to Tony B. as "Tony Egg," and I think it's safe to say we all know what Junior's plot for this season will be. It's a shame, too, because he's always been at his funniest when he's sharp and a mere cunt hair away from being back in command. He does, however, remember the time Tony and Steve Buscemi took a camera into the bathroom during sister Barbara's confirmation. Hmm. More fuel for the Steve-is-gay fire? Or are you just surprised Patsy Peesy wasn't in on that action?
Episode Report CardAaron: A- | 652 USERS: B-
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