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The Sopranos 6 Seasons 2007

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Season 6
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4.6 out of 5 stars (4,284) IMDb 9.2/10

In Season 6--the final nine episodes of HBO's hit drama series--Tony Soprano faces a myriad of new crises at home, at work, and from the law...leading the New Jersey mob boss to doubt the allegiances of many of those closest to him.

Starring:
James Gandolfini, Lorraine Bracco

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Season 6
1. Members Only

In the Season Six premiere, Tony ponders an associate's retirement request, and shares a recent windfall with Carmela. Junior takes Tony on a backyard treasure hunt; Hesh seeks restitution for a wrong perpetrated on his son-in-law.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 52 minutes Release date: March 12, 2006
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2. Join the Club

In the wake of being shot by Junior, Tony lies perilously close to death and endures a delusional west-coast business trip in which he loses his wallet...and his identity.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 53 minutes Release date: March 19, 2006
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3. Mayham

Silvio divides the spoils from Paulie's latest score, and heads off a territorial impasse between Bobby and Vito. Carmela turns to an unexpected source for some help with A.J.; Christopher turns to an old writing acquaintance for help.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: March 26, 2006
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4. The Fleshy Part of the Thigh

Tony is finally on the mend, but doesn't quite feel himself. Later, he and Johnny Sack haggle over Barone Sanitation's future--and Tony's part in it. Meanwhile, Paulie is rocked by his aunt's shocking revelation.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: April 2, 2006
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5. Mr. & Mrs. John Sacrimoni Request...

Johnny files a petition to attend his daughter's wedding. Later, Johnny pressures Tony to help him eliminate someone; and Vito fears for his life after an associate sees him at a gay bar.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 52 minutes Release date: April 9, 2006
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6. Live Free or Die

News breaks about Vito's secret life, but Tony tries to avoid a rush to judgment--until Finn confirms the truth. Benny and Terry Doria find Vito, but he races off and hides out in a small New Hampshire town.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 54 minutes Release date: April 16, 2006
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7. Luxury Lounge

Artie's business is jeopardized by a rival restaurant and staff scandal that leads to an escalating fight with Benny. Christopher and Little Carmine pursue Ben Kingsley to star in their film 'Cleaver.'

TV-MA CC Runtime: 54 minutes Release date: April 23, 2006
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8. Johnny Cakes

Vito, still lying low in New Hampshire, is wowed by an act of heroism; A.J. looks to 'diversify'; Tony is tempted by an offer--and more--from a sexy real estate agent. Meanwhile, A.J. visits Uncle Junior with thoughts of revenge.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 54 minutes Release date: April 30, 2006
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9. The Ride

Christopher makes an announcement; Paulie pays a price for cutting costs at the Feast of St. Elzear; Tony goes 'old school' with Christopher. Later, Liz LaCerva tells Carmela that Adriana was killed by Christopher--who has a relapse.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 53 minutes Release date: May 7, 2006
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10. Moe n' Joe

Tony leverages Johnny's misfortune into a domestic upgrade; Bacala suffers vision impairment; Melfi pushes Tony to delve into his past with Janice; Vito's attempt to make a go of it as a handyman fails, sending him back to New Jersey.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 53 minutes Release date: May 14, 2006
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11. Cold Stones

A frenzy of borrowing money hits the crew; Carmela waxes philosophical on a trip to Paris with Rosalie; Meadow relocates; Vito tracks Tony down and begs to be let back in--something the crew is dubious about.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: May 21, 2006
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12. Kaisha

Tony gets Carmela's career with the spec house back on track; Christopher picks up where Tony left off with Julianna, but it leads to dangerous ends; and A.J. finds love. Meanwhile, Phil won't leave well enough alone.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 59 minutes Release date: June 4, 2006
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13. Soprano Home Movies

After a close call at home, Tony and Carmela head to the Adirondacks for a weekend with Bobby and Janice.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: April 8, 2007
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14. Stage 5

Tony finds art imitating life at the 'Cleaver' premiere; in prison, Johnny Sack copes with more bad news.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: April 15, 2007
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15. Remember When

With the heat turned up in Jersey, Tony and Paulie head south to cool off. Meanwhile, Junior rekindles some of his old fire in a poker game.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: April 22, 2007
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16. Chasing It

Tony hits an unlucky stretch; A.J. makes a life-changing decision; Vito's widow Marie turns to Tony for help with her troubled son.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: April 29, 2007
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17. Walk Like a Man

A.J. struggles with depression; Kelli's dad is the unwitting catalyst of a new feud between Christopher and Paulie.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: May 6, 2007
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18. Kennedy and Heidi

An asbestos-disposal impasse raises tensions between Jersey and New York; Tony has a revelation; Paulie gets upstaged.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 53 minutes Release date: May 13, 2007
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19. The Second Coming

Phil turns down Tony's offer of compromise; A.J. despairs about the world and his future; Tony takes umbrage over an affront to Meadow.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 53 minutes Release date: May 20, 2007
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20. Blue Comet

The allegiance of those closest to Tony is put to the test; a case of mistaken identity has serious ramifications.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: June 3, 2007
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21. Made in America

Series finale. The final chapter in the saga of the Soprano family.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 1 hour Release date: June 10, 2007
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I started a marathon 3 days before James Gandolfini's death. A friend on Facebook mentioned a few lines from the opening theme and I went on a nothing but Sopranos marathon. Two week later I am finished with all 6 seasons. I'm just as sad over the series being over as I was when it aired live. The absolute, greatest show in television history. Belongs in the Smithsonian.
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This is a review for the entire series. I started "kinda sorta" watching this last month, putting it on in the background while I did some work on the computer, just so I had background noise. I had heard a lot of good things about this show, so I thought it was finally time to give it a try now since Amazon added the whole shebang to Prime and my time with The Wire (excellent show) was just finished. As the episodes passed and days passed, I began to focus more on this show than I did on my work. It came to a point where I would drop everything when it became that time in the evening to watch more of The Sopranos.

As far as I can tell, there is no show out there quite like this one. At least, not of the quality of The Sopranos. For my time and money, there will be no other fiction about the psychology and structure of the mafia family than this one. Every single regularly returning character are very well developed, flawed, and extremely interesting. The big bear especially, Tony Soprano, is one of the most fascinating characters I've ever come to know in any live action fiction. So many facets to this fellow. Charming, protective, loving, vindictive, greedy, angry, depressed, self-destructive, vulnerable, empty. It goes on an on. And he's not the only one. Most of the other regular cast are similarly showered with distinctly relatable (in one way or another) character quirks and eccentricities. Beyond the characters, the direction and writing treats the viewer with respect and is often understated and elegant in layering its running plot threads and the subsequent callbacks therein. The finale itself is truly a masterpiece.

I adore this show and wish I had been smart enough to have experienced it earlier. Now that it's finished, I find myself asking "now what am I gonna watch?" I imagine finding a show that matches the quality of this one is going to be difficult.
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Watching this just makes me miss James Gandolfino even more. I loved Sopranos but of course thr ending left me kind of infuriated. Either way I love this show and one of my favorite actresses, the multi-talented incomparable Edie Falco.
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Season six was the longest, most controversial and, in my opinion, the best plotted season in the series, and that is saying plenty! All the actors were challenged to their utmost. In many ways this was Robert Iler's season. The changes that AJ goes through are heart rending and the young actor, as he has throughout this series, brings amazing depth to his role. Michael Imperioli also creates profound empathy in his audience for a character who is not conventionally sympathetic. This is the wonder of this show. People doing dispecable things become comprehensible without being admirable. Of course Gandolfini as the complex Tony Soprano drives the action, and the beautiful Edie Falco shows us without telling us how an intelligent woman can find herself in this sort of circumstance. Jamie-Lynn Sigler is not as prominent this season as she is in others, but her role here explores and underlines the problems that an unusually perceptive child has in this circumstance. Her moment with Iler when she explains his role in the family shook me to my core. Her last appearance in the last episode entitled Made In America sums up the entire series. As much as I love Breaking Bad, I have to conclude The Supranos is the best series that's ever been on television.
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Didn't have HBO when the season ran ,but heard all the talk about it from people around me. When the series became available on Amazon Prime I decided to give it a shot and was immediately hooked! One of the best I have seen.
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Recently rematches entire season. Appreciated on another whole level there are so many Easter eggs buried throughout for those that enjoy digging deeper into a story. It all leads to the famous finale that so many complained about (me included). This time around though, I saw all the hints and signs throughout Season 6 specifically but the entire series really. There's only one way out for Tony and we know it's not happily ever after. James Gandolfini was a master.
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Having watched all 6 seasons over the space of a month, I have a pretty good sense of how they compare. The series seems to have lost its way in season 6. Instead of emphasizing the remaining big issues, such as the ongoing FBI RICO investigation, this last season has too many stand alone episodes that explore unrelated topics. Some are just silly, such as episode 16 (I think), the one titled "Chasing It", in which Tony suddenly developes a compulsive gambling problem. This seems to be a little morality play about the dangers of gambling. The only thing that would be more unbelievable would be for Tony to suddenly develop a drug addiction problem. And, unbelievably, Tony suddenly recovers from his gambling addiction at the end of the episode. Several such episodes seem aimless and pointless, as if the writers are worn out and didn't know where to go next. All this said, I still rate Season 6 with 3 stars, because it also has lots of good material. It just doesn't compare well with the outstanding previous seasons.
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