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"The Sopranos" He Is Risen (TV Episode 2001) Poster

(TV Series)

(2001)

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Silvio Dante said that Don, a producer of The Simpsons (1989), died on the toilet. It was actually Hollywood producer Don Simpson who died on the toilet.
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In the episode "From Where to Eternity ", 3 o'clock is mentioned throughout the episode. In this episode, its mentioned twice in similar instances. Once by Tony while talking to Dr. Melfi, and another time by Dr. Melfi when talking to her therapist, Dr. Elliot.
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The song played during the ending credits is "The Captain", by Kasey Chambers
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The episode title could be a reference to Aaron, Janice's narcoleptic, evangelical boyfriend, who asks Jackie Jr. if he has heard "the good news, He is risen" (of Jesus Christ's resurrection). It could be taken as an ironic reference to Gigi's death, or a more literal one to Ralphie's rise to captain, since Silvio refers to Ralphie as a "rising star" in the episode. This episode also originally aired on Easter Sunday.
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The voiceover on the Mercedes TV commercial, which Tony watches before going to bed with Carmela and which makes him think of Gloria, is voiced by Joe Mantegna, who also voices mob boss Fat Tony on The Simpsons, as well played Joey Zaza in The Godfather Part III.
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When Tony tells Carmela to disinvite Ralphie and Ro for Thanksgiving Dinner, he references The Jetsons (1962), stating Ralph's not going to Mr. Spacely's house for dinner.
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Ironically, 12 years after this episode aired, Don Payne died on 2013. He was a writer for The Simpsons (1989)
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