A short summary of why “College” is probably the greatest TV episode of all time. Continue reading The Greatest Episode in TV History
Pinpointing the Exact Moment Chris Defecates Himself in “Denial, Anger, Acceptance” The final scene of TheSopranos’ third episode, “Denial, Anger, Acceptance,” is a masterful ode to The Godfather, a thrilling conclusion that juxtaposes the sacred and the profane. Tony crying tears … Continue reading Shitstopher Moltisanti
The first episode of The Sopranos set forth a musical precedent that every TV show now has to live up to. Continue reading Music overheard in the first episode of The Sopranos
Season 1 character rankings Continue reading The Sopranos S1 Power Rankings
Here is my review of season one of The Sopranos, one of the greatest debuts in TV history. Continue reading Review of The Sopranos: Season 1
A near-perfect season finale closes out a basically perfect season of television.
9.6 / 10 Continue reading The Sopranos S1E13: “I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano”
The Sopranos takes a unique approach to surrealism.
9.4 / 10 Continue reading The Sopranos S1E12: “Isabella”
The final trio of season one is an all-time great finish, beginning with “Nobody Knows Anything”
9.2 / 10 Continue reading The Sopranos S1E11: “Nobody Knows Anything”
One of the worst Sopranos episodes, though that’s not saying much.
8.3 / 10 Continue reading The Sopranos S1E10: “A Hit is a Hit”
Junior has a special skill, and Tony finds himself involved with Meadow’s soccer team. Continue reading The Sopranos S1E9: “Boca”
A great character episode for Christopher Moltisanti.
9.2 / 10 Continue reading The Sopranos S1E8: “The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti”
The mid-point of season one is an absolute highlight, flashbacks and all.
9.3 / 10 Continue reading The Sopranos S1E7: “Down Neck”