Easy vocabulary question? Look below.?

Easy vocabulary question? Look below.?
”The Sopranos has been so good – and so consistent – at building its world up until this point that the sudden introduction of Allie into it feels abrupt, as though Chase and his writers decided it was more important to get this moral tale into the mix of the first season than to build to the story slowly, like they did with others. The stand-alone nature of “College” works because it takes Tony and Meadow out of their usual environs and closes Carmela off with another character. We’re not radically expanding the universe, just mostly exploring what we already know and stepping outside of it. “Boca’s” problems mostly stem from the fact that the whole soccer coach thing feels like a blatant attempt to throw a wrench in the middle of the overarching plot before it gets going too fast. It also doesn’t help that neither the soccer coach nor Allie are defined terribly well beyond upstanding man with a terrible secret and troubled kid.” I’m getting what their trying to say in this passage, especially the first and last sentences/statements.

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Three men died on
Christmas Eve and were met
by Saint Peter at the pearly
“In honor of this holy
season,” Saint Peter said,
“you must each possess
something that symbolizes
Christmas to get into
The first man fumbled
through his pockets and
pulled out a lighter. He
flicked it on. It represents a
candle, he said.
You may pass through the
pearly gates Saint Peter
The second man reached
into his pocket and pulled
out a set of keys. He shook
them and said, “They’re
bells” . Saint Peter said you
may pass through the pearly
The third man started
searching desperately
through his pockets and
finally pulled out a pair of
women’s panties.
St. Peter looked at the man
with a raised eyebrow and
asked, “And just what do
those symbolize?”
The man replied, “They’re

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