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Season 1 character rankings
Here is my review of season one of The Sopranos, one of the greatest debuts in TV history.
A near-perfect season finale closes out a basically perfect season of television.
9.6 / 10
The Sopranos takes a unique approach to surrealism.
9.4 / 10
The final trio of season one is an all-time great finish, beginning with “Nobody Knows Anything”
9.2 / 10
One of the worst Sopranos episodes, though that’s not saying much.
8.3 / 10
Junior has a special skill, and Tony finds himself involved with Meadow’s soccer team.
A great character episode for Christopher Moltisanti.
9.2 / 10
The mid-point of season one is an absolute highlight, flashbacks and all.
9.3 / 10