Here is Trip 2 for The Sopranos and is 6 of the 200+ filmed locations for The Sopranos, located on, or near, Route 1. Each of the following Stops include a picture of the scene shot, along with a picture of the real-life location. Click on the Stops below to view all of the details, and comment if you have ever been at the locations:
In this episode, “Whitecaps”, which aired on December 8, 2002, and with the Esplanade project shut down, Johnny is worried about his lost revenue. Tony declines to move against Carmine, but when Johnny offers generous concessions, he relents. Christopher returns from rehab in better shape and with a positive attitude. Tony asks him to deal with Carmine and make it look like “an outside job”; Christopher pays two heroin dealers and delivers instructions for the hit. However, Carmine unexpectedly changes his mind and offers to negotiate. He agrees to accept just 15% while praising Little Carmine for his role in the negotiations. Though Johnny still intends to go through with the hit, Tony decides against it and orders Christopher to silence — kill — the hired guns. When Tony and Johnny meet again, Johnny expresses his resentment and anger at Tony for backing out of their agreement. Tony says he still considers him a friend. They embrace without warmth.
In this episode, “Full Leather Jacket”, which aired on March 5, 2000, Meadow hopes to go to Berkeley; her parents Tony and Carmela want to prevent it. Their neighbor, Jean Cusamano, has a sister, Joan O’Connell, who is a prestigious alumna of Georgetown University. Carmela cajoles Jean into asking Joan to write a letter of recommendation for Meadow. Joan declines, but Carmela visits her, presents her with a ricotta pie, and insists, “I want you to write that letter.” Jean reports to Carmela that the letter has been written, and Carmela asks for a copy.
Adriana, embarrassed in a restaurant by Christopher, has left him and gone back to her mother’s house, which is in the picture. Christopher goes to her, proposes marriage, and presents her with a ring. She says she loves him, and the ring. In bed, he tells her, “I’m back on track, rededicating myself”—to her and to Tony.
In this episode, “Members Only”, which aired on March 12, 2006, nearly two years have passed. Janice is raising a new daughter with Bobby Baccalieri, who has taken up model railroading as a hobby. Meadow continues her relationship with Finn. A.J. is now attending college. Adriana is remembered by a worrying Carmela. Vito is thinner and is now a spokesperson for a weight loss company; he is Tony’s best earner and is ambitious. Phil Leotardo, now the acting boss of the Lupertazzi crime family, is taking care of business for the imprisoned Johnny Sack.
Fort Lee, NJ - "Guy Walks into a Psychiatrist's Office..." - Season 2 Episode 1
In this episode, “Guy Walks into a Psychiatrist’s Office…”, which aired on January 16, 2000, Several months after Mikey Palmice’s execution, Livia Soprano’s hospitalization, and Uncle Junior’s arrest, business appears to be returning to normal for the DiMeo crime family. Tony Soprano is no longer receiving therapy from Dr. Jennifer Melfi and is self-medicating. When his mother is mentioned, Tony insists that she is dead to him. Money is still coming in from Ray Curto, Paulie Gualtieri and Silvio Dante, while Phillip Parisi is killed for spreading gossip about Tony, his mother and his uncle.
In this episode, Dr. Jennifer Melfi and Tony are seen at the Anthony Wayne Motel, which in real life, is the Skyview Motel.