I had trouble coming up with a title for this, since the main point is that I want to know the term for this type of construction.
FWIW, the quote is from an episode of The Sopranos written (I believe) by Michael Imperioli (Christopher) who speaks the line as he, Tony, Silvio and maybe somebody else are driving back from the Mohunk casino after they have gone there to try to get the proprietor, Chief Somebody, to intercede for some Columbus Day parade uprising by Native Americans versus Italian Americans.
Anyway, what do you call that construction where the subject is tacked on to the end of the sentence?
Is it a more regional usage? I don’t think it’s common in the South, though I could easily be wrong.
Does this make any sense?