• Sopranos Season 2 Episodes

    Sopranos season 2

    The second season of the HBO drama series The Sopranos (Sopranos Season 2) began airing on January 16, 2000 and concluded on April 9, 2000, consisting of thirteen episodes. Cast James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano (13 episodes) Lorraine Bracco as Dr. Jennifer Melfi (11 episodes) Edie Falco as Carmela Soprano (13 episodes) Michael Imperioli as Christopher Moltisanti (12 episodes) Dominic Chianese as Corrado “Junior” Soprano, Jr. (11 episodes) Vincent Pastore as Sal “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero (13 episodes) Steven Van Zandt as Silvio Dante (10 episodes) Tony Sirico as Paul “Paulie Walnuts” Gualtieri (10 episodes) Robert Iler as Anthony Soprano, Jr.

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  • Episode 01 – Guy Walks into a Psychiatrist’s Office…

    Guy Walks into a Psychiatrist's Office

    Several months after Mikey Palmice’s execution and Livia Soprano’s hospitalization, things are going back to some sort of normalcy once again. Tony Soprano begins to self-medicate as he is no longer receiving therapy from Dr. Melfi, who begins working out of a motel after being warned that her office is no longer safe. Christopher Moltisanti hires someone to take his stockbroker’s licensing exam. Uncle Junior is in prison. Carmela Soprano continues to play the role of housewife. Livia begins receiving physical therapy. Ray Curto continues to bring in the money for Tony – as do Paulie Gualtieri and Silvio Dante,

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  • Episode 02 – Do Not Resuscitate

    Do Not Resuscitate

    Tony Soprano visits Uncle Junior in prison, upset that he wasn’t put on the visitors’ list for three weeks. Junior tells Tony to be careful what he says as the prison officials record inmates’ conversations. Junior tries in vain to convince Tony that Livia had nothing to do with the shooting. Tony won’t talk business but asks to meet with Bobby “Bacala” Baccalieri, Junior’s now highest-ranking soldier. When Bobby meets Tony at Satriale’s, Tony tells him that Junior can still “earn” via his shylock business and the pipe fitters’ union, but everything else now belongs to him, though Junior will

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  • Episode 03 – Toodle Fucking-Oo

    Toodle Fucking-Oo

    Richie Aprile, the late Jackie’s brother, is paroled from prison after being incarcerated for 10 years. In his first few days out of jail, Richie manages to reunite and cause problems with old acquaintances and to put his message out to the other associates that he has returned. The first man Richie pays a visit to is respected pizzeria owner Beansie Gaeta, who was once partnered with Richie in drug dealings and crime. Richie states to Beansie that he wants respect and what is owed to him. Beansie feels threatened and tells him to back off, which angers Richie; he

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  • Episode 04 – Commendatori


    While attempting to watch a bootleg version of The Godfather, Part II, Tony Soprano announces to his crew that he will be traveling to Naples, along with Paulie Walnuts and Christopher Moltisanti, to make a deal with a local Camorra family (distantly related to the Sopranos) over the smuggling of stolen cars. Although Tony is excited by the prospect of the trip, he downplays its appeal to Carmela, who is upset that Tony will go abroad with his mob associates but not his family. Tony tries to explain to Carmela that it is a business trip and there will not

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  • Episode 05 – Big Girls Don’t Cry

    Big Girls Don't Cry

    With Furio Giunta now working as a soldier with the Soprano family, Tony Soprano elevates Paulie Walnuts and Silvio Dante to capo and consigliere respectively. Paulie is at first befuddled by Tony’s offer but then becomes very grateful. While dining at Nuovo Vesuvio, Tony asks Artie Bucco for a favor: to hire his “cousin” Furio from Italy as a mozzarella-maker. Artie tells Tony that the kitchen is already fully occupied and that his wife, Charmaine, would not be fond of the idea. Artie agrees to give Furio a trial run until he can attain full citizenship after Tony says that

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  • Episode 06 – The Happy Wanderer


    During College Night at Meadow’s school, Tony reunites with an old school friend, David Scatino, who owns a sporting goods store in Ramsey, New Jersey. Davey then casually asks Tony if he can play in the “Executive Game”, a high-stakes poker game established by Tony’s father, Johnny Boy, and Uncle Junior in the 1960s, and now resurrected by Tony himself since Junior’s house arrest. Tony warns Davey that because of the high stakes, he recommends that he not join the game due to the fact he believes that Davey lacks the capital to “sit in” such a game. The following

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  • Episode 07 – D-Girl


    A.J. continues to be a source of trouble for Tony. One afternoon, as he is driving in Carmela’s Mercedes-Benz E320, which he had taken without permission, A.J. swerves and almost hits a car with 3 girls in it, misjudges his lane width and scrapes a parked truck, leaving a few scratches and a broken side view mirror, whose damage A.J. attempts to conceal. As Carmela begins to drive out of the garage, the crudely repaired mirror falls off. Carmela and Tony then sit A.J. down and lecture him on how he could have killed the girls in the car. A.J.

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  • Episode 08 – Full Leather Jacket

    Full Leather Jacket

    Matt Bevilaqua and Sean Gismonte continue to work with Christopher Moltisanti, this time breaking safes. Matt and Sean seem to be enthusiastic about moving up in the criminal organization. They also visit Richie Aprile, introduce themselves, and listen to him make fun of Christopher and his large nose. At the Bada Bing, Matt and Sean try to introduce themselves to Tony Soprano in the bathroom but are nervous and get into too much detail about their job with Chris. Tony calls Sean a “shit-eating twat” since he did not take precautions about listening devices. Christopher goes to Adriana’s mother’s home,

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  • Episode 09 – From Where to Eternity

    From Where to Eternity

    With friends and family by his side, Christopher Moltisanti clings to life in a hospital ICU. During the night, his heart stops and the doctors attempt to resuscitate him. He is pronounced clinically dead for over a minute, but the doctors manage to revive him. Fearing for his life, Carmela Soprano finds an empty hospital room and admits to Jesus that the members of the family have entered their occupations with eyes open but prays that Christopher will recover and “see the light.” When he is conscious, he asks to see Paulie Walnuts and Tony Soprano and tells them of

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  • Episode 10 – Bust Out

    Bust Out

    The police locate an eyewitness to the Bevilaqua killing who identifies Tony Soprano from a book of suspect photos. He didn’t get a good look at Pussy, but describes the second man as “a husky accomplice”. Tony is panicked when word of the case reaches him, and he makes plans to flee until the witness can be identified and dealt with. He gives a sports bag full of cash to his lawyer, Neil Mink, to provide for his family. Luckily for Tony, the witness realizes (via a newspaper article) that the murder relates to the Mafia, and is not a

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  • Episode 11 – House Arrest

    House Arrest

    Uncle Junior and Richie Aprile begin selling cocaine on the Barone Sanitation garbage routes in an attempt to obtain extra money. When Tony learns about this, he takes Richie aside and warns him to stop, explaining that such action will only serve to draw FBI and DEA attention to the family’s involvement with the garbage industry, which is one of their legitimate business operations. When informed of his nephew’s decision, Uncle Junior decides to go against Tony since the cocaine has supported him tremendously through his recent personal expenses and legal fees. Tony’s attorney, Neil Mink, advises Tony that the

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  • Episode 12 – The Knight in White Satin Armor

    The Knight in White Satin Armor

    Tony Soprano attempts to break up with Irina Peltsin and insists to her that she deserves better than being his lover. Irina refuses to accept the breakup, saying that she loves Tony and will commit suicide if he leaves her, but he walks out. Tony later receives a call from Irina’s cousin, Svetlana Kirilenko, informing him that Irina attempted to kill herself by consuming sleeping pills and vodka. Tony visits her in the hospital and tells her that she needs help. Tony then discusses Irina with Dr. Melfi and asks if she can find her a suitable therapist. When Tony,

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  • Episode 13 – Funhouse


    Shortly after Janice’s departure, Tony and younger sister Barbara arrive at Livia’s home to discuss her permanent living arrangements. When Barbara says her husband won’t allow her to live with them, Tony hands Livia two stolen airline tickets to Arizona (one for herself and for her sister Quintina) and warns her to leave for good. Later, Tony discusses a calling card credit scheme with Silvio Dante and Big Pussy Bonpensiero at Artie Bucco’s restaurant, immediately after eating at an Indian restaurant. During the night, Tony dreams that he is walking on the boardwalk in Asbury Park and meets up with

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