“Whitecaps” features terrific storytelling and tour-de-force acting performances to make for one of The Sopranos’ best episodes.
“Calling All Cars” is bookended by two memorable dream sequences. In fact, this might be The Sopranos’ “scariest” episode ever.
Christopher Moltisanti hits rock bottom in “The Strong, Silent Type.”
“Whoever Did This” is one of The Sopranos’ most shocking and memorable episodes.
Tony begins a new affair in “Mergers and Acquisitions,” one of the funniest episodes of The Sopranos season four.
Featuring a very surprising plot twist, “Guy Walks into an Advertising Agency” is one of Mad Men’s funniest and bloodiest episodes.
Tony Soprano goes from antihero to outright villain in the season four episode, “Watching Too Much Television.”
Tony Soprano feels remorse for a suicide he’s indirectly responsible for in “Everybody Hurts.”
Ralph Cifaretto buys a racehorse named “Pie-O-My,” and Tony Soprano hasn’t been this happy since the first episode of the series.
An off-color remark by Ralph Cifaretto from two episodes ago is enough to start a mob war in “The Weight.”
Is “Christopher” the worst episode of The Sopranos? It’s definitely the most redundant.
Everyone’s under a fog in one of Mad Men’s strangest episodes.