The Sopranos - Season 3
Meadow resumes her first year at the University while Anthony Jr keeps having behavioral issues in high school. Ralph gets on Tony's nerve and Tony is also trailed regularly by crime boss Johnny Sack.
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- Episode 01: Mr. Ruggerio's Neighborhood
- Episode 02: Proshai, Livushka
- Episode 03: Fortunate Son
- Episode 04: Employee of the Month
- Episode 05: Another Toothpick
- Episode 06: University
- Episode 07: Second Opinion
- Episode 08: He Is Risen
- Episode 09: The Telltale Moozadell
- Episode 10: To Save Us All From Satan's Power
- Episode 11: Pine Barrens
- Episode 12: Amour Fou
- Episode 13: Army of One
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Critics Of "The Sopranos - Season 3"
Ken Tucker Entertainment Weekly
July 11, 2014 The nice thing about The Sopranos is that everything -- every subplot, every minor character, every musical cue (the premiere's highlight: Tony, singing along in the car to Steely Dan's ''Dirty Work'') -- yields resultsRead in Source
Hal Boedeker Orlando Sentinel
July 11, 2014 This is The Sopranos at its best, a series that doesn't play by television conventions. It doesn't make nice.Read in Source
Todd VanDerWerff AV Club
July 15, 2014 "Mr. Ruggerio's Neighborhood" is a slyly confident, funny return to the world of The Sopranos, an episode that takes a cue from, well, Hitchcock to talk as much about our relationship to the show as anything else.Read in Source
Howard Rosenberg Los Angeles Times
July 11, 2014 It's their moral ambiguity that most grounds them in reality and makes them so fascinating that missing even one episode is unthinkable. Every move they make, every step they take, we'll be watching them.Read in Source
Phil Gallo Variety
July 11, 2014 Show's technical attributes are still first-rate and the direction/portrayals makes each character come to lifeRead in Source
Terry Kelleher People Magazine
July 11, 2014 If the true test of a show is how it handles adversity, the third-season premiere on March 4 proves The Sopranos is better than ever.Read in Source
Jonathan Storm Philadelphia Inquirer
July 11, 2014 It goes beyond The Godfather because it's punctuated with smiles, and set to a score that uses the music of big-name artists in an unusually creative way.Read in Source
Rob Owen Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
July 11, 2014 Overall, The Sopranos returns in better form this year than it did at the start of its second season. New territory is explored and Chase seems more willing to push the Soprano story forward. It's not sitting in neutral by any means.Read in Source
Robert Bianco USA Today
July 11, 2014 What's remarkable about [producer David] Chase's work on Sopranos is his ability to maintain the show's crucial duality: We don't want Tony to be caught and punished, but we always know he should be.Read in Source
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