The Sopranos 6 Seasons 2000

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Season 2
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Richie complains to Tony about his end of the garbage business, then complains to Junior about Tony. Later, Tony orchestrates the bankruptcy of David Scatino's store while Scatino's wife introduces Carmela to her handsome brother.

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Original air date:
March 19, 2000

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Season 2
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    1. Guy Walks into a Psychiatrist's Office Season Two premiere. In the aftermath of the federal crackdown, Junior's in jail, Melfi refuses to see Tony, Christopher's expanding into new business ventures, Pussy is still missing and Tony's adjusting to being the new boss.

    TV-MA 50min January 16, 2000
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    2. Do Not Resuscitate When black protesters start picketing a construction company that used to be under Uncle Junior's control, Tony meets with the owner--as well as the leader of the protestors--to 'fix' the problem.

    TV-MA 51min January 23, 2000
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    3. Toodle-F__king-Oo Tony busts Meadow for partying at his mother's old house. Meanwhile, Ritchie Aprile is out of the can after ten years and looking for action--much to the chagrin of a local pizza-shop owner.

    TV-MA 51min January 30, 2000
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    4. Commendatori Tony travels to Italy with Paulie and Christopher to jump-start a car-importing 'business.' While Paulie and Christopher sample some of the Old Country's choicest wares, Tony haggles with the head of a powerful Naples family.

    TV-MA 53min February 6, 2000
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    5. Big Girls Don't Cry Back in Jersey, Furio soon lives up to his name by unleashing his fury on the delinquent proprietor of a local 'tanning salon.' Dr. Melfi shares her guilt over dumping Tony as a client during a session with her own therapist.

    TV-MA 52min February 13, 2000
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    6. The Happy Wanderer David Scatino, the father of Meadow's friend Eric and the owner of a local sports store, gets on the bad sides of both Richie and Tony when he loses big in two poker games. Later, Tony is forced to deal with Livia.

    TV-MA 51min February 20, 2000
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    7. D-Girl With Anthony Jr.'s confirmation approaching, Tony and Carmela are concerned by their son's growing apathy. Meanwhile, Christopher's interest in show biz is reignited when he meets filmmaker Jon Favreau through a cousin's girlfriend.

    TV-MA 57min February 27, 2000
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    8. Full Leather Jacket Richie decides to make a peace offering to Tony despite being miffed at him. Unhappy with their status as Christopher's lackeys, Sean and Matt decide to pledge their allegiance to Richie--through a violent, unexpected act.

    TV-MA 43min March 5, 2000
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    9. From Where to Eternity Christopher has an out-of-body experience that spooks Paulie. Carmela urges Tony to have a vasectomy. Visiting her own shrink, Melfi reveals the 'unholy alliance' she's made with Tony...as well as her growing addictions.

    TV-MA 56min March 12, 2000
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    10. Bust Out Richie complains to Tony about his end of the garbage business, then complains to Junior about Tony. Later, Tony orchestrates the bankruptcy of David Scatino's store while Scatino's wife introduces Carmela to her handsome brother.

    TV-MA 1h 0min March 19, 2000
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    11. House Arrest Having dodged a legal bullet, Tony is advised by his lawyer to spend more time at his businesses. Junior looks for diversions to relieve the tedium of house arrest, and eventually finds one in the company of a police widow.

    TV-MA 58min March 26, 2000
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    12. The Knight in White Satin Armor Engaged lovebirds Richie and Janice have an explosive first quarrel. Meanwhile, Irina takes drastic measures to try to convince Tony to continue their affair.

    TV-MA 1h 1min April 2, 2000
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    13. Funhouse In the Season Two finale, Tony has a series of 'fever dreams' that help to shed light on some of his problems--particularly his troubles over Big Pussy.

    TV-MA 1h 0min April 9, 2000

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Genres Drama
Director John Patterson
Supporting actors Edie Falco, Michael Imperioli, Dominic Chianese, Vincent Pastore, Steven Van Zandt, Tony Sirico, Robert Iler, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Drea de Matteo, David Proval, Aida Turturro, Nancy Marchand, John Ventimiglia, Joe Penny, Lillo Brancato, Louis Lombardi, Federico Castelluccio, Paul Herman
Network HBO
Executive Producer Henry Bronchtein
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Michael Crane on March 26, 2004
Format: DVD
The Sopranos is one of HBO's greatest achievements (although I admit that I think it lost some of its momentum and spark with seasons three and four). When I first saw the show, I was hooked. I'd watch anywhere from three to four episodes a day. One of the great things about first watching this show on DVD was that I could watch any number of episodes instead of just watching one per week.
"The Sopranos: The Complete Second Season" has to be my favorite season. As much as I love the first one, this was when things were really funny, intense, dramatic and involving. The season doesn't let us down when it comes to Tony having more problems than ever before. Both in his Mafia Family and his immediate family, Tony can never get a break. His wife gives him grief while his kids keep doing things that upset him. And don't get me started on his ill mother and self-centered sister. Life isn't much better in his Mafia Family when the brother of Jackie is released from prison and is giving Tony a hard time both personally and professionally. Not to mention that his long time friend, Big P. comes back from a long hiatus when he was first suspected of turning rat to the Feds. All of this leads to one incredible and unpredictable season that showcases the show like none other.
For me, this was the most entertaining season of them all. I loved the characters, the constantly changing storylines, and the personal and business life of Tony Soprano, which is superbly balanced in this season. There's still the much appreciated humor in these episodes that were found lacking in the next two seasons. It doesn't feel like a soap opera, but a more enhanced look into the Mafia world.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 7, 2001
Format: DVD
In some viewer's eyes, season two of HBO's The Sopranos suffered in comparison to the sensational first season. The initial buzz of such a high calibre television show had worn off to a degree. What helps make season two so special is how those qualities that made season one such a hit were (and are) intact.
O.K., the overall feel of the sophomore season isn't as lighthearted as the first--should it be? There is much that Sopranos creator David Chase has to say about life in general. And you may find that you have more in common with the mobbed-up characters than you think. It's an interesting, edgy, wicked, funny and frightening ride that hasn't lost it's intelligent touch. The production of The Sopranos in subsequent seasons has grown (along with the size of its viewership), and the writing has been progressively more mature, dark and realistic. Yet, it's still fun to watch, even with the darker plotlines.
If you've never seen an episode of The Sopranos, please do. WARNING: Once you do, you'll probably fork over the money to buy both seasons of the series. It's THAT addictive. The episodes are more rewarding upon repeated viewings.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 16, 2002
Format: DVD
I watched the 1st season from the public library's collection. I liked it so well that I bought the second season on DVD. Now I am so hooked on these characters and the intelligent writing that I don't know how I'm going to wait for the 3rd. I really don't want to subscribe to HBO just to see it but it is tempting. One would think you couldn't do anything new with this mobster scenario but boy, does brilliant writing make the difference. Each episode is very well thought out. Once again, the females are not slighted in the storytelling which is usually the case in these mafia storylines. In fact, Tony's sister is a major new character in this season. At first she comes off as a New Age flake but gradually you discover that the acorn didn't fall far from the tree. Her whole romance with fellow gangster Richie becomes one of the prime plotlines of the 2nd season because Richie makes Tony nuts, even causing him anxiety attacks! I can't recommend the series highly enough. If you can resist compulsively watching this episode after episode, you are stronger than I!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jason Waldman on March 2, 2002
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I originally rented the first season of the Sopranos on DVD and ended up watching all thirteen episodes over a two day period. I went out and bought the second season as a Christmas present for myself and I am pleased to say it surpassed even my lofty expectations!
The season starts out where the last one left off. Tony's not talking to his mother, Uncle Junior's been arrested and is let out on house arrest, Big Pussy's is now an FBI informant, and Dr. Melfi's seeing patients in a motel. But things get turned upsided down with the addition of two new characters: Tony's sister Janice (aka Parvati) and Richie Aprile, the brother of the late former boss Jackie Aprile and Janice's former lover. He's just been released from prison and is looking for a piece of the action, both from Tony and from Janice.
I'm not going to spoil the season for you by running down every episode, but every episode, while self-contained, helps paint a piece of the larger picture of the season. Everything is covered here from the relationship between Tony and Dr. Melfi to a friend's gambling problem to a power struggle at the type to a final farewell to a major player in the Sopranos.
I know the high price might keep some people from buying the set, but it is well worth it! If you get the chance, buy it!
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