The Sopranos (1999–2007)
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Tony and his family has to stay in hiding until Phil Leotardo is dealt with. His family don't like the lifestyle they have been forced to adopt. AJ and Meadow move onto the next step in their lives. Tony confronts Junior one last time.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Tony Soprano
... Dr. Jennifer Melfi (credit only)
... Carmela Soprano
... Christopher Moltisanti (credit only)
... Junior Soprano
... Silvio Dante
... Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri
... A.J. Soprano
... Meadow Soprano
... Janice Soprano Baccalieri
... Phil Leotardo
... Carmine Lupertazzi Jr.
... Patsy Parisi
... Rosalie Aprile
Maureen Van Zandt ... Gabriella Dante
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Tony meets with FBI Agent Harris trying to get information on where Phil Leotardo may be hiding. They all attend Bobby's funeral. Tony is in a safe house with several of his men. He recalls a conversation with Bobby about the suddenness of death. Phil is not happy his men haven't been able to eliminate his rival. Tony gets Carmine Lupertazzi to organize a sit down with Phil's men and they agree to make the peace. That makes Phil the odd man out. Janice visits Uncle Junior to tell him about Bobby but the old man's dementia has worsened and he has no idea who she is. Meadow and Patrick Parisi are making wedding plans. Paulie is feeling his age and isn't sure he wants to take the big construction job Tony has offered him. AJ announces he wants to join the army but his parents have an alternative for him. Tony, Carmela, AJ and Meadow decide to go out for dinner. At the restaurant, Tony is keeping an eye on the guy at the lunch counter and just as Meadow arrives to join them............... Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama

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Trivia

Tony presses K3 on the Retro tabletop jukebox to play Journey's "Don't Stop Believing". See more »

Goofs

Since AJ has a history of panic attacks, a doctor would never approve his request to join the army. See more »

Quotes

Carmela Soprano: [Carmela enters Meadow's room] Miss Hunter, long time no see, oh my God when was it?
Hunter Scangarelo: [they shake hands] How are you Mrs. Soprano?
Carmela Soprano: It was right around when you "quit college"
Hunter Scangarelo: Your being kind I was kicked out for partying and drunk driving
Carmela Soprano: I didn't want to say but that was always you, so what are you up to now?
Hunter Scangarelo: I'm in my second year of med school
Carmela Soprano: [Surprised] oh
Hunter Scangarelo: Yeah I completed under grad at Purchase got my act together
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Crazy Credits

The opening credits in this episode list James Gandolfini and Lorraine Bracco twice. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Mike & Mike: Episode dated 20 July 2016 (2016) See more »

Soundtracks

Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)
Composed by Bill Conti
Performed by James Gandolfini
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Have to let it sink in.
15 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

Like many viewers, I was a bit disappointed at the final scene being so abrupt and ambiguous, but I realized later how absolutely genius the ending actually was. The suspicious looking Italian fellow that the camera was fixating on, when he went into the restroom, it was reminiscent of the scene in Godfather 1 when Michael goes into the bathroom during the sit-down with Solozzo and emerges with a pistol. And it was brought to my attention that Bobby and Tony had a conversation about death earlier in the season and Bobby mentioned something about how he thought that one probably won't know if he/she get killed. That the music would just stop, the camera would stop rolling (metaphorically speaking). I don't think there can be any doubt. Tony Soprano is dead. And I realize there are people out there that wine about how the fate of Tony wasn't handed to you, but such people are not true fans. Those who are devoted followers would realize that nothing in the show is handed to you on a silver platter, that many times you would have to search for your own meaning in things. In that respect, the ending kept true to the themes of this brilliant television series.


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