|Moe n' Joe|
|Season 6 (Part 1), Episode 10 #75|
|Air date||May 14, 2006|
|Written by||Matthew Weiner|
|Directed by||Steve Shill|
Title explanation Edit
- The title's name comes from Bobby's special Lionel model train car of characters Moe and Joe (blue-collar workers) who can unload lumber.
- Possible Interpretation: Bobby uses the Moe & Joe model train to unsuccessfully try and find a connection to his son Bobby Jr.; the episode title could refer to similar failed attempts to establish a relationship: Janice tries to talk to Tony but angrily says there is only DNA that is common between them, Vito gets fed up trying to build a new life in Dartford, New Hampshire and leaves back for Jersey, Meadow emotionally complains about not finding common ground with Finn and Tony fails to comfort her.