Wrap-up and final thoughts on The Sopranos season 4.
Review of The Sopranos: Season 3
Wrap-up and final thoughts on The Sopranos third season.
The Sopranos S3E12: “Amour Fou”
Jackie Jr. makes a perilous choice, as does Gloria.
9.3 / 10
The Sopranos S3E10: “…To Save Us All from Satan’s Power”
An introspective episode finds Tony Soprano flashing back to the not-so-distant past.
9.0 / 10
The Sopranos S3E9: “The Telltale Moozadell”
Probably the least essential episode of Season Three.
8.5 / 10
The Sopranos S3E8: “He Is Risen”
A Sopranos Thanksgiving, with all the pettiness of a typical holiday.
8.6 / 10
The Sopranos S3E6: “University”
A dark and painful episode, but one of season three’s most powerful.
The Sopranos S3E5: “Another Toothpick”
“Another Toothpick” is another episode that hammers home all that The Sopranos season three has to offer.
The Sopranos S3E4: “Employee of the Month”
“Employee of the Month” remains one of The Sopranos’ greatest episodes.
The Sopranos S3E3: “Fortunate Son”
Christopher Moltisanti becomes a made man, but that doesn’t make a “Fortunate Son.”
The Sopranos S3E2: “Proshai, Livushka”
Tony’s mother passes away, and the resulting episode is filled with the ghosts of the past.
The Sopranos S3E1: “Mr. Ruggerio’s Neighborhood”
The Sopranos’ third season opens with a fun, yet uncharacteristic, premiere.