>never cheats on his wife
>never asks her to be thin
Does any man have more honor than him in this show?
The entire point of that debacle was that he was ashamed about his wife but he needed to constantly save face publically.
He did it out of pride not love, which is why he calls the hit off when he finally comes to that realization. He does love her though.
Well, for one he's old and ugly. Also, when Bobby's wife died, didn't the women say that he was the only one of them that never fooled around? I always assumed that they all occasionally fucked around.
Like, I assume Chrissy cheated on Adriana, but didn't they only show him doing it with that one production assistant chick?
>the guy who flipped and turned his back on the code which comes before family
OOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHH THE FUCKING NERVE OF THIS PRICK
They were obviously talking only about NJ guys.
2nd part, did you forgot Chrissy's Vegas goomah that T banged after he died? Also the time Paulie met with him outside a motel and he scolded him about not being married and dipping into hooa's?
Source: seen every Sopranos episode 13 times.
Dumbass Bobby should have gotten with Mickey Palmice's widow, she was 100x hotter than Janice, but he would not have moved up the ranks all the way to #3, so there are pros and cons.
You don't ever admit the existence of this thing.
>pic related actually most honourable
There aint a bigga cocksucka than Phil Leotardo!
Oh, dis fuckin' shah of Iran
>NOBODIES GOT AIDS. I DON'T WANT TO HEAR THAT WORD HERE AGAIN
Fucking love this scene.
Shows you what an actual decent guy and great husband Johnny Sack was, and also the look on the asian hitman's face when he's just staring at Ralph in the elevator is amazing. Ralph never knew just how close to death he was right there.
"What's your fuckin problem?"
First time I saw this episode I thought Chase was gonna ruin the show for me by killing off my two favorite characters, but I was pretty excited because I wanted to see a war between Carmine and Tony. Oh well, Phil was a better enemy.
I love this scene too, something terrible usually happens when someone has to go back to their house but instead we got this. His misplaced anger is great and their relationship seems really genuine.
I like how after he gets taken away at the wedding, Phil and all of them immediately start gossiping about how we was a little bitch for crying. He was good to his family but too emotional to be the boss.
Yeah I think I gotta agree here as much as I disliked Phil, he was definitely the most old school honorable guy out of all of them. At least in the context of the show, his whole life was only about his crew and "this thing of ours"
And I mean who the hell did Tony call that "okayed" the kill? Why didn't Phil try hunting Tony down? The episode that ends with Tony bunkered in the building somwhere. Phil never did anything he was just goofing around at some gas station and got himself killed like a retard. I just didn't get the last episodes
>And I mean who the hell did Tony call that "okayed" the kill?
Huh? FBI guy told Tony one of Phil's calls was traced to a gas station payphone in a certain area so he had his guys scope them out until he showed up to make another phone call.
Phil was in hiding while his men moved in on Tony and Co.
It was boiling over for a while and Phil felt he kept getting fucked over.
From Phil's point of view
>Did time in prison and never got his due
>Tony chased him and injured him over money
>Younger brother was killed by that fucking animal Blundetto
>Tony kills Blundetto before Phil can get to him
>Find out your cousin's husband is a fag
>Tony doesn't do anything about it
>Your business gets blown up
>Your soldier Coco get's curb stomped
>Your soldier Fat Dom Gamiello goes missing
Nah I mean I get that Phil was a ruthless piece of shit and started a war for no real reason, but his entire existence revolved around following every single old-school mafia rule.
Kind of shows you what the difference was between the guys who'd do 20 years standing on their head rather than snitch, and the guys who'd cop to a plea the second they're faced with the possibility of doing some real time. Phil was a cunt but he was definitely the best example of that real old-school mafia shit that Tony always talked about.
Yeah the more I watch that season the more I'm convinced that Phil was definitely a closeted homo. The way he gripped the bed sheets watching Vito get beat to death is pretty telling.
I don't think he ever would have acted on his homosexual urges, but I'm pretty certain they were there. Who knows, maybe he fucked a couple guys in the joint.