The Sopranos - Season 2
Tony has been given a new position and is being stressed by fulfilling the responsibilities that come with it. His missing sister returns to tend to her sick mother. An opposed crime boss is taking help from therapy to deal with family and mob problems.
- Episode 01: Guy Walks Into a Psychiatrist's Office
- Episode 02: Do Not Resuscitate
- Episode 03: Toodle-Fucking-Oo
- Episode 04: Commendatori
- Episode 05: Big Girls Don't Cry
- Episode 06: The Happy Wanderer
- Episode 07: D-Girl
- Episode 08: Full Leather Jacket
- Episode 09: From Where to Eternity
- Episode 10: Bust Out
- Episode 11: House Arrest
- Episode 12: Knight in White Satin Armor
- Episode 13: Funhouse
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July 08, 2014 It keeps pulling you back in - back in on yourself, appealing to your basest instincts, to your fundamental urge to hear a bloody story well told.Read in Source
New York Daily News
July 08, 2014 The Sopranos remains a showcase for ferociously distinctive writing, inventive direction and brilliant portrayals of surprisingly, even disturbingly, sympathetic multilayered characters by a perfectly cast group of actors who hold back nothing.Read in Source
August 18, 2014 As The Sopranos heads into season No. 2, writing remains crisp, photography is sharp and interesting, new characters lend intriguing plot twists and James Gandolfini continues to expertly play the most compelling character on series television.Read in Source
July 08, 2014 To reveal too many of this year's changes would be to spoil the obvious delight Chase and his fellow writers took in devising them.Read in Source
July 08, 2014 It isn't clear why the series generates such effusive praise. The greatest TV show? No way. Tony's too despicable.Read in Source
July 08, 2014 The Sopranos is a show for viewers who want an alternative to TV dramas that too often ask us to accept oversimplification and feel-good-ism.Read in Source
July 08, 2014 The second season of The Sopranos begins on a less frothy, slightly more bitter note than the first, but the terrific midlife-crisis mob show continues to generate a buzz.Read in Source
New York Times
July 08, 2014 Even this early The Sopranos has displayed the depth that is its most stunning quality.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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