College Episode 5

Directed by: Allen Coulter Written by: Jim Manos, Jr. and David Chase This week Tony found that no matter where he goes, his business goes with him. Tony escorted Meadow on a series of visits to colleges in Maine, and the trip went pretty well. Tony and Meadow even talked about Tony’s “business.” But then […]

Sopranos Season 1 Episode Guide

Season 1 Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot Original Air Date—10 January 1999 A mobster passes out at a family barbecue and seeks therapy to understand why. Season 1, Episode 2: 46 Long Original Air Date—17 January 1999 Chris and his friend Brendan hijack a truck carrying DVD players, without realizing that Tony’s Uncle Junior has […]

Down Neck Episode 7

Directed by: Lorraine Senna Written by: Robin Green & Mitchell Burgess Anthony Jr. is proving to be a regular chip off the old block, and Tony’s not sure he likes it. He especially doesn’t like that he and Carmela are called to the Verbum Dei principal’s office because A.J. and his posse stole some sacramental […]

The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti Episode 8

Directed by: Tim Van Patten Written by: Frank Renzulli and David Chase This week, an ugly rumor made its way around Essex County, and it can be summed up in one word: “indictments.” At the wedding of Larry Boy Barese’s daughter, all the wiseguys talked about were the indictments coming down and how half of […]

Nobody Knows Anything Episode 11

Directed by: Henry Bronchtein Written by: Frank Renzulli Somebody’s wearing a wire. That’s the news Vin Makazian had for Tony: New Jersey’s got a rat. And it got worse. Makazian claimed the rat is one of Tony’s oldest and most trusted friends: Pussy Bonpensiero. Was it possible? These are the facts: Should be this: Pussy […]

Isabella Episode 12

Directed by: Allen Coulter Written by: Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess Ever had one of those days when you don’t feel like getting out of bed? Since Pussy disappeared, Tony’s had a string of them. Madonn’, this is the most depressed he’s ever been. He avoided Carmela and the kids, neglected the business – and […]

A Hit is a Hit Episode 10

Directed by: Matthew Penn Written by: Joe Bosso and Frank Renzulli This week members of the Soprano crew explored new worlds – socially and professionally – with mixed results. Both Carmela and Dr. Melfi thought it would be a good idea for Tony to meet new people. So against his better judgment, Tony and Carmela […]

Pax Soprana Episode 6

Directed by: Alan Taylor Written by: Frank Renzulli Junior’s dream has become Tony’s nightmare. After years of playing second fiddle, Junior Soprano finally became the new Boss of New Jersey and proceeded to drive everybody crazy. Not only did he refuse to honor any deals made during Jackie Aprile’s reign, he also didn’t let any […]

Denial, Anger, Acceptance Episode 3

Directed by: Nick Gomez Written by: Mark Saraceni Junior Soprano has not been smiling much lately. Although Christopher and Brendan returned the stolen goods to Comley Trucking like he demanded, Comley thanked Tony for it, not Junior. Now Mikey Palmice is telling him that if Tony won’t do something about those two guys, somebody else […]

Meadowlands Episode 4

Directed by: John Patterson Written by: Jason Cahill Tony hadn’t been sleeping well. He had dreams – not nightmares, exactly, but unsettling just the same. He didn’t dream about the ducks; they’ve been replaced…by Dr. Melfi – a not-completely-dressed Dr. Melfi. And what did this self-respecting capo do when he found himself having racy dreams […]