As A.J. struggles with depression over his break up with Blanca, the feud between Christopher and Paulie grows, with Kelli's dad as an unintentional catalyst.
original airdate--May 6,2006 raing--7.16 million
music--Theme song--"Woke Up The Morning" by Alabama 3
Deceased: J.T. Dolan: shot dead in the head by Christopher Moltisanti, apparently for angering him at a very wrong time.
Title reference: The episode's title refers to the song "Walk Like a Man" by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, which is about a father telling his son to get over a woman who left him. Tony tries to pull A.J. out of his depression over breaking up with Blanca throughout the episode. Frankie Valli himself formerly had a role in the series as New York capo Rusty Millio, and an earlier episode ("Big Girls Don't Cry") was also named after a Valli song.
Trivia: This is the only episode in the series directed by veteran writer/producer/some-time actor Terence Winter. It's also the only TV episode Winter has ever directed though almost 20 years in the industry, during which he wrote or co-wrote 25 of the 86 "Sopranos" episodes, winning four EMMYs in the process.