There was one scene from Season 4 that I had to rewatch three times. It was that good. It was also something every published author can relate to...sort of. Soon-to-be inmate Teresa Giudice, who can't even say "I'm a New York Times bestselling author" correctly yet is one, walked into a Manhattan bookstore to find that her second cookbook wasn't on the shelves.
So she does what many of us have done in that situation. She walks up to the person behind the cash register--who, in this case, looks twelve--introduces herself, and tells him she's written an Italian cookbook.
The employee, having no idea that she's a "New York's Times bestseller's author," as she puts it, looks unimpressed. Apparently the camera crew that came to film her looking for her book didn't tip him off that she might be somebody people are interested in, since his exact response to her request that her cookbook be in the store was that they stock "by customer demand."
Then told him, "I just have to go to a Barnes & Noble's so I can make the bestseller's." (Which you shouldn't do.) He informed her "We don't say the 'BN' word here."
It's just nice to know we aren't the only ones who go through this stuff.