Artie appears throughout the series, from the first episode to the penultimate episode. Artie builds a bigger and even more prosperous restaurant, the Nuovo Vesuvio.
There is a brief tension between the two, but by the end of the Season 1 finale, they have made up.
Artie even keeps his kitchen open to prepare a special meal for the Sopranos when they seek refuge at Nuovo Vesuvio during a fierce thunderstorm.
Tony finds out and is hurt that Artie did not come to him first for the loan. Jean-Philippe defaults as he was scamming Artie the whole timeand Artie, seeking to force payment, visits him to rough him up—only to get beaten up himself.
How am I supposed to feel? Tony becomes irately indignant over this suggestion and storms out, telling Artie not to tell anyone about either their arrangement or the suicide attempt.
The two do not speak to each other for the rest of Season 4 and into Season 5, although Tony still frequents Vesuvio during this timeframe. In the third episode of Season 5, Tony learns that Artie has been living in a Motel 6 since his wife Charmaine Bucco got the house in their separation.
Artie accepts, and the old friends reconcile. By Season 6, Artie and Charmaine have reconciled.
Artie has hired another young hostess that he lusts after—Martina, an undocumented Albanian immigrant he has been helping through the U. Also, Artie spends increasingly less time cooking the food, delegating his Italian family recipes to non-Italian, illegal immigrant line cooks. Tony suggests to Artie that promotional discount offers might help; Artie responds with hostility to any advice given.
However, his insecurities once again get the better of him, and he becomes irate and accuses one, then all, of the employees of stealing from him.
Artie confronts Martina, who instantly breaks, tearfully admitting to stealing, then passing, the charge card numbers to Benny; but, she instantly accuses Artie of changing his attitude toward her from helping, to harassing once he realized that she was sexually attracted to Benny, not him.
The undersized Benny tries to deny his involvement, but Artie is undeterred. Artie starts a brawl, and surprisingly, beats Benny unconscious on his own front porch.
He seems particularly angry that Benny saw him as an easy target, because he is not a wiseguy. Tony invites Artie and Charmaine out on his boat, then lectures Artie about his behavior.
He tells Artie Benny is baying for blood. Artie again refuses to accept advice, bemoaning the lack of fruit of his years of labor. Tony visits Nuovo Vesuvio with his wife and mother-in-law, and privately suggests that Artie go see Dr.
Melfi for help, as he has been "going about his life in pity for himself". Tony responds by telling Artie a hard truth: InArtie appears to have dealt with his personal issues and worked to restore his business.
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