Wrap-up and final thoughts on The Sopranos season 4.
Wrap-up and final thoughts on The Sopranos third season.
Jackie Jr. makes a perilous choice, as does Gloria.
9.3 / 10
“To Save Us All from Satan’s Power” is both a flashback episode and a Christmas episode rolled into one. Read more in this review.
“The Telltale Moozadell” is a forgettable episode within the context of The Sopranos season three, but it still features many great scenes.
The Sopranos dishes out a Thanksgiving episode with “He Is Risen,” in which Tony starts a new affair and Meadow begins a new romance.
Ralph Cifaretto commits a brutal crime in “University,” which makes for an uncomfortable and unforgettable episode of The Sopranos.
“Another Toothpick” is another episode that hammers home all that The Sopranos season three has to offer.
“Employee of the Month” remains one of The Sopranos’ best yet most distressing episodes.
Christopher Moltisanti becomes a made man, but that doesn’t make a “Fortunate Son.”
Tony’s mother passes away, and the resulting episode is filled with the ghosts of the past.
The Sopranos’ third season opens with a fun, yet uncharacteristic, premiere.