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  • Sopranos Season 6 part 2 Episodes

    Sopranos season 6 part 2

    The sixth and final season of the HBO drama series The Sopranos (Sopranos Season 6 part 2) was broadcast in two parts, The first of the final nine episodes premiered on April 8, 2007 with the series finale airing on June 10, 2007. Main cast James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano (21 episodes) Lorraine Bracco as Jennifer Melfi (15 episodes) Edie Falco as Carmela Soprano (21 episodes) Michael Imperioli as Christopher Moltisanti (18 episodes) Dominic Chianese as Corrado “Junior” Soprano (7 episodes) Steven Van Zandt as Silvio Dante (21 episodes) Tony Sirico as Paulie “Walnuts” Gualtieri (20 episodes) Robert Iler as

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  • Episode 13 – Soprano Home Movies

    Soprano Home Movies

    Photo courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® In a flashback to the winter of 2004, a neighborhood teenage boy witnesses Johnny “Sack”‘s arrest by the FBI and Tony Soprano’s dropping of a pistol in the snow as he flees the scene. The same teenage boy later picks up and accidentally fires the gun, and then takes it with him back into his house. Over three years later, in August 2007, Essex County authorities arrest Tony on a gun charge based on the teenager’s testimony as he was caught with the illegal weapon in his car as

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  • Episode 14 – Stage 5

    Stage 5

    Photo courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® Christopher Moltisanti and Little Carmine’s Mafia-oriented slasher film Cleaver is completed, with Daniel Baldwin starring as the mob boss antagonist. They present the final cut of the movie to the investors who seem pleased with the way it looks. At the Soprano dinner table, Carmela states that the film’s premiere and subsequent after-party will take place in the fashionable Meatpacking District of Manhattan. Meadow mentions her breakup with her fiancé Finn, but is unwilling to divulge any details. Carmela then mentions Christopher and Kelli are getting ready to baptize

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  • Episode 15 – Remember When

    Remember When

    Photo courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® On a suspected tip from the reincarcerated capo “Larry Boy” Barese, the FBI begin investigating an old murder of a small-time bookie named Willie Overall. Overall was Tony’s first murder, which happened on Labor Day weekend of 1982 when Tony was 22. The hit was assigned to Tony by his father, DiMeo Family Capo “Johnny Boy” Soprano, and Paulie Gualtieri accompanied him on it. Paulie goes to Tony’s house and informs him of the situation, and, after the Bureau starts digging for Willie’s body, Tony and Paulie pack up

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  • Episode 16 – Chasing It

    Chasing It

    Photo courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® Tony Soprano is gambling with increasing ferociousness and frequency. He hits a particularly unlucky gambling stretch and his continuing losses begin to impact his financial obligations as boss. Vito Spatafore’s widow, Marie, turns to Tony for help with her son, Vito Jr., who has become markedly antisocial following his father’s murder. Vito, now a Goth, desecrates a graveyard, hangs a cat, and constantly misbehaves at school. Having been previously told by her late husband that she “would be taken care of” in case of his death, Marie approaches Tony

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  • Episode 17 – Walk Like a Man

    Walk Like a Man

    Photo courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® A.J. Soprano struggles with depression over his breakup with Blanca. She quits seeing him completely after he breaks down in tears every time they have a conversation, saying this embarrasses her. A.J. quits his job at the pizza parlor, sulks around the house, and disturbs Meadow with suicidal comments that remind her of a girl from college who threw herself out of a window. Tony and Carmela have disagreements about how to help A.J. They each try to have encouraging and consoling talks with him but to no avail.

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  • Episode 18 – Kennedy and Heidi

    Kennedy and Heidi

    Photo courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® Overlooking the Liberty Island and the Statue of Liberty, a late-evening meeting is taken between the heads of the Lupertazzi and DiMeo crime families regarding the removal of asbestos from a building project. Phil Leotardo is upset because he was unaware that Tony Soprano was dumping asbestos in one of his areas. Tony states he should have known that this type of activity is status quo, and suggests there should be minimal repercussions. Phil disagrees, asking for a 25% cut of what they get for the illegal dumping, but

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  • Episode 19 – The Second Coming

    The Second Coming

    Photo courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® The episode begins with abandoned construction material and asbestos dust rising into the air in an area of scrubland near the New Jersey Meadowlands. As Tony Soprano sleeps in his bedroom, a sleepless A.J. turns on some rap music, waking his father up. When Tony goes downstairs later, he finds that the gift he bought for Carmela in Las Vegas, an engraved watch, has arrived by courier. Carmela recalls that Tony said he went to Vegas to wrap up some of Christopher Moltisanti’s business there and mentions that Christopher’s

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  • Episode 20 – The Blue Comet

    The Blue Comet

    Photo courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® Silvio Dante pays a surprise visit to DiMeo soldier Burt Gervasi at his home. Burt is startled at first but lets Silvio into his house. Once there, Dante promptly murders Burt by strangling him with a garrote wire and quickly leaves. In Brooklyn, Phil Leotardo has a meeting with Albie Cianflone and Butchie DeConcini. He announces that, following what he cites as many grievances and insults done to him and his crime family, he has made the decision to eliminate the DiMeo family by wiping out its management. Even

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  • Episode 21 – Made in America

    Made in America

    Photo courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® In the aftermath of the mob war events that left top members of his crime family dead or injured, Tony Soprano wakes up in the safehouse where he and his closest members have taken up residence. One or a few mobsters leave at a time, bringing in food and light envelopes of collections, while time is spent playing cards or watching TV; a red-and-white-haired stray cat also becomes their pet. Tony carries the assault rifle with him wherever he goes in the house and keeps a low profile outside

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