The Sopranos: Season 6, Episode 20

The Blue Comet (3 Jun. 2007)

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The Beginning of the End. Phil finally puts the hits on the Soprano clan and Tony puts a hit on Phil which results in mistaken identity making everyone think its safe when its not and it ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Moltisanti (credit only)
Junior Soprano (credit only)
Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri (as Steven R. Schirripa)
Dan Grimaldi ...


The Beginning of the End. Phil finally puts the hits on the Soprano clan and Tony puts a hit on Phil which results in mistaken identity making everyone think its safe when its not and it results in a Death and Coma. After this happens Tony separates from his family to go into hiding as he sends Carmela, Janice, and the kids into hiding. Written by Shawn

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Susan Aston, who plays the hospital employee, is James Gandolfini's dialect coach for the show. See more »


When Tony and Carmela are at the restaurant, the wine glass and dessert change positions several times without anyone drinking or eating. In addition, the dessert also changes colors from bright green and white to brown. See more »


Phil Leotardo: Historically, Carmine always said the Sopranos are nothing more than a glorified crew. Plain and simple. We decapitate and we do business with whatever's left.
[to Albie]
Phil Leotardo: What?
Albie Cianflone: Nothin'. I agree in spirit but I gotta counsel.
Phil Leotardo: This thing shoulda been done during John's era.
Butch DeConcini: They got redundant upper management, bleeds off half the kick. We take 'em out, absorb the whole fuckin' thing.
Albie Cianflone: Take out an entire fuckin' family?
Phil Leotardo: Let me tell ya a couple of three things: Forget Coco, forget Fat Dom who goes ...
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best episode ever
7 June 2007 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Just one word, perfect. Best episode of The Sopranos. I can't wait for Sunday. It keeps your eyes on the TV screen for every single second. I wont tell what happens, but I want to say that I'm waiting more next episode than next Indiana Jones movie.I'm sorry that here in Italy nobody knows about The Sopranos. Everyone likes O.C. and they watch it like it's the greatest thing on TV. I've just one thing to say to this people, wake up! You're losing the best thing on TV for what? A teenager series where the story is so bad that after one minute of watching it I said "ok, I think it's better if I go to study something". David Chase invented a perfect mix between The Godfather and Goodfellas and he gave us an unforgettable masterpiece. Thank you David. PS sorry for my English, I think my teacher is wright when he says that I'm bad in grammar

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