This week the cast will start working at a Neapolitan pizzeria called O'Vesuvio, near their apartment.
An opera buff I know describes the celebrated Neapolitan tenor Fernando de Lucia as an archetype for middle-income two-timers.
He frequently slips into Neapolitan dialect so thick that is incomprehensible.
early 15c., "native or resident of Naples," literally "of Naples," from Latin Neapolitanus, from Neapolis (see Naples); it preserves in English the Greek name of the city. As an adjective from 1590s. As a type of ice cream, from 1871; originally meaning both "ice cream of three layers and flavors" and "ice cream made with eggs added to the cream before freezing." In early 18c., Neapolitan consolation meant "syphilis."