Mob Boss Comparison

 

The real mob boss vs. the faux mob boss.



When Jason backstabbed his best friend and took the business away from Sonny, things went downhill very quickly in Port Charles. Here is a comparison of their different styles.
Sonny
Jason.
Bodyguards
Max and Milo.
Richie.
Dues
Worked his way up since he was 16. Earned his power.
Worked as hit man for 10 years.
Mentor
Joe Scully.
Sonny Corinthos.
Mentored
Stone, Jason.
None.
Information
Keeps in head.
Keeps in briefcase.
Lawyer
Ric Lansing.
Justus Ward.
Car
Maserati
Motorcycle.
Guns
Beretta.
Sniper rifle.
Fight Skills
Punches, uses any weapon available.
Chokes.
Connections
Lawyers, Judges.
Computer tech, Accountant.
House
Greystone.
Penthouse 2.
Business Skills
Diversifies.
Doesn't care about money.
Business
Lifeblood.
Doesn't really want it. Just making a statement.
Motto
"Power is everything."
"Everyone should make their own choices in life, but only if I approve."
Loyalty
Always.
None.
Respect
Always.
None.
Leadership
Yes.
No.
Upbringing
Streets.
Silver Spoon.
Faith
Catholic.
Doesn't need any.
Romance
Dinner, Music, and Dancing.
Bubble Bath.
Passion
Lots of it.
Doesn't have any.
Relationship
Chose love over blackmail.
Broke up with Sam minutes after she woke up from a coma. Had his lawyer give her a check.
Vacation Spot
Spain.
Maarkam Islands.
Hobby
Cooking.
Lecturing People.
TV Show
Sopranos.
CSI: Miami.
Movie
Godfather II .
The Terminator.
Sport
Boxing.
Pool.
Magazine
Bon Appetit.
Superman.
Restaurant
No Name.
Jake's Bar.
Book
The Da Vinci Code.
Mafia 101 for Dummies.
Food
Steak.
Captain Crunch.
Drink
Scotch.
Milk.
Jewelry
Cross. Ring.
None.
Underwear
Boxers.
Briefs.
Fashion
Tailored.
Off the rack.
Legacy
Unforgettable.
Traitor.

Jason's Last Supper (Soaps in Depth)

When Jason heard Sonny wanted to see him pronto, he knew all hell was about to break loose. After all, he had just taken over the Corinthos business, leaving his mobster boss powerless. However, something was strangely off kilter when Jason walked through Sonny's front door. It was oddly quiet. Before Jason opened the door into the living room, he cleared his throat and took a breath. A cheerful Michael ran down the stairs, startling Jason. "What are you doing here?" he asked the boy. "I live here," Michael answered, rushing past him to the terrace. Jason followed, not knowing what to expect on the other side of the French doors. When he got outside, he couldn't believe his eyes. Sonny and his two sons were sitting at the table, preparing dinner. "I'm glad you came over," Sonny said casually, a slight smile stretching across his mouth. "I've been trying to leave you messages all over town. We're having pasta. You want to join us?" Jason cautiously took a seat. "Before we start, I want to make a toast," Sonny said, raising his glass and looking Jason square in the eye. "To friendship. It's carried us a long, long way." Sonny's voiced seemed unaffected by Jason's actions earlier in the day. He obviously was aware of what Jason had done, and "punishment" was inevitable, so there was something bone-chilling about the entire setting. Sharing a cozy family meal with his two sons and his best friend at his side, Sonny looked like he didn't have a care in the world. He appeared to be composed on the surface, but underneath, we (and Jason) knew he was a ticking time bomb about to blow. It wasn't just the execution of the scene that was powerful; it was the timing of it. Friday's cliffhanger left us breathless, eager to see what happens next.