Wrap-up and final thoughts on The Sopranos season 4.
The Sopranos S4E13: “Whitecaps”
“Whitecaps” features terrific storytelling and tour-de-force acting performances to make for one of The Sopranos’ best episodes.
The Sopranos S4E11: “Calling All Cars”
“Calling All Cars” is bookended by two memorable dream sequences. In fact, this might be The Sopranos’ “scariest” episode ever.
The Sopranos S4E10: “The Strong, Silent Type”
Christopher Moltisanti hits rock bottom in “The Strong, Silent Type.”
The Sopranos S4E9: “Whoever Did This”
“Whoever Did This” is one of The Sopranos’ most shocking and memorable episodes.
The Sopranos S4E8: “Mergers and Acquisitions”
Tony begins a new affair in “Mergers and Acquisitions,” one of the funniest episodes of The Sopranos season four.
The Many Saints of Newark
“The Many Saints of Newark” serves as a prequel to The Sopranos, yet the film does nothing to strengthen or weaken the TV show’s legacy.
The Sopranos S4E7: “Watching Too Much Television”
Tony Soprano goes from antihero to outright villain in the season four episode, “Watching Too Much Television.”
The Sopranos S4E6: “Everybody Hurts”
Tony Soprano feels remorse for a suicide he’s indirectly responsible for in “Everybody Hurts.”
The Sopranos S4E5: “Pie-O-My”
Ralph Cifaretto buys a racehorse named “Pie-O-My,” and Tony Soprano hasn’t been this happy since the first episode of the series.
The Sopranos S4E4: “The Weight”
An off-color remark by Ralph Cifaretto from two episodes ago is enough to start a mob war in “The Weight.”
The Sopranos S4E3: “Christopher”
Is “Christopher” the worst episode of The Sopranos? It’s definitely the most redundant.