Tony begins a new affair in “Mergers and Acquisitions,” one of the funniest episodes of The Sopranos season four.
“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.
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 hates everyone in the second episode of The Sopranos season four.
“For All Debts Public and Private” begins an uneasy new era for The Sopranos.
Wrap-up and final thoughts on The Sopranos third season.
“The Army of One” wraps up The Sopranos’ third season in experimental fashion.
In praise of Michael Imperioli, the man behind Chris Moltisanti on The Sopranos.