Barnes & Noble - Ed HulseAfter a season many longtime fans dismissed as lackluster, The Sopranos made an eye-popping return to form with 12 memorable episodes that aired during the spring of 2006. Continuing the previous year's plot thread, Season 6 opens with New York crime boss Johnny Sack (Vince Curatola) languishing in jail, awaiting his RICO trial, while his underlings continue to make trouble for the rival New Jersey family. "Join the Club," an especially strong episode, finds a wounded and comatose Tony (James Gandolfini) dreaming that he's a "civilian" while Carmela (Edie Falco), Meadow (Jamie-Lynn Sigler), and A.J. (Robert Iler) maintain a bedside vigil and Tony's crew members begin vying for control. Upon awakening, a slowly recuperating Tony has to figure out how to avoid appearing weak in the face of dissension within his ranks and continuing harassment from Johnny Sack's crew. The usual array of subplots is on hand, and that venerable Sopranos tradition -- the surprising, shocking, bloody "hit" -- is observed with apparent glee by the show's creative team. The season has a few weak episodes, but by and large Season 6 is a roaring success.
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|Gina Tognoni||Catherine Lipman|
|Steven Van Zandt||Actor|
|Timothy Van Patten||Director|
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The Sopranos - Season 6, Part 1 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This is very good film about New York italian immigrants life.