Unidentified Black Males

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"Unidentified Black Males" is the 61st episode of the HBO original series The Sopranos and the ninth of the show's fifth season.wikipedia
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Matthew Weiner

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Written by Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter, and directed by Tim Van Patten, it originally aired on May 2, 2004.
He has sole or joint credit for 12 episodes overall, including the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated episodes "Unidentified Black Males" (co-written with Terence Winter) and "Kennedy and Heidi" (co-written with David Chase).

Tim Van Patten

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Written by Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter, and directed by Tim Van Patten, it originally aired on May 2, 2004.

Terence Winter

Written by Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter, and directed by Tim Van Patten, it originally aired on May 2, 2004.

Tony Blundetto

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Tony notices Tony B's foot injury, which he blames on an attempted assault by several black men.
In the episode "Unidentified Black Males", it is also revealed that he has a genius level I.Q. of 158.

List of The Sopranos characters – Friends and family

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A faux pas causes tensions between Meadow's boyfriend, Finn DeTrolio, and the rest of the family.

List of The Sopranos characters in the Lupertazzi crime family

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• Chris Caldovino as [[List of characters from The Sopranos in the Lupertazzi crime family#William "Billy" Leotardo|Billy Leotardo]]

Vito Spatafore

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The next day, Finn arrives at work early in the morning, where he accidentally catches Vito performing oral sex on a male security guard in a car.
In 2004, in the Season 5 episode "Unidentified Black Males", viewers learn that Vito is a homosexual when he is seen performing oral sex on a security guard early one morning at the Esplanade construction site by Meadow's boyfriend, Finn De Trolio.

List of The Sopranos characters

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Little Carmine meets with his supporters to discuss their standing in the Lupertazzi family after Joey's murder.
In the episode "Unidentified Black Males", while he and Little Paulie Germani are engaging in what initially began as a harmless banter at the Esplanade construction site, Little Paulie goes too far in Eugene's mind when he conveys through an innuendo that Eugene is a homosexual.

Marco Polo (The Sopranos)

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Four are mentioned in this episode - Tony's absence the night Tony B was arrested, the death of Jackie Aprile, Jr in "Army of One", Tony B's foot injury from the previous episode which he still suffers from in this episode, and the injuries Eugene causes to Little Paulie's head in this episode (Vito said, "What? I think I seen a couple of niggers runnin' that way!").

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"Unidentified Black Males" is the 61st episode of the HBO original series The Sopranos and the ninth of the show's fifth season.

The Sopranos

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"Unidentified Black Males" is the 61st episode of the HBO original series The Sopranos and the ninth of the show's fifth season.

Tony Soprano

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Tony notices Tony B's foot injury, which he blames on an attempted assault by several black men.

Carmela Soprano

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The night spent together by Tony and Carmela did not change anything: she finally decides to divorce and obtain her share of the assets.

Christopher Moltisanti

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Christopher resents this favouritism.

Junior Soprano

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Steven Van Zandt

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