Tag Archive: Carmela Soprano

I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (Season 1, Episode 13, The Sopranos)

Directed by John Patterson Written by David Chase All of the threats in Tony’s life are about to be resolved – whether it’s members of the crew who have flipped or those involved… Continue reading

Isabella (Season 1, Episode 12, The Sopranos)

Directed by Allen Coulter Written by Robin Green, Mitchell Burgess “You’re sinking this whole family into your misery” The world is blurring for Tony.  Enemies are still enemies, but many friends have become… Continue reading

Nobody Knows Anything (Season 1, Episode 11, The Sopranos)

Directed by Henry J. Bronchtein Written by Frank Renzulli Cop Gossip While at a bordello with Paulie and Tony, Big Pussy’s back goes out.  Later at an open house at the Sopranos, Paulie… Continue reading

A Hit Is A Hit (Season 1, Episode 10, The Sopranos)

Directed by Matthew Penn Written by Joe Bosco, Frank Renzulli Some days we should be thankful for golf.  That’s what Tony tells Sil in Boca when he shanks ones and says he distracted… Continue reading

Boca (Season 1, Episode 9, The Sopranos)

Directed by Andy Wolk Written by Jason Cahill, Robin Green, Mitchell Burgess “Who’s worse?” Artie asks Charmaine, “Tony Soprano or that child molesting f…?” Boca goes back and forth between a story centered… Continue reading

The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti (Season 1, Episode 8, The Sopranos)

Directed by Tim Van Patten Written by David Chase, Frank Renzulli “You ever feel like nothin’ good was ever gonna happen to you?” Christopher poses this question to Paulie who answers,  “Yeah and… Continue reading

Down Neck (Season 1, Episode 7, The Sopranos)

Directed by Lorraine Senna Ferrare Written by Robin Green, Mitchell Burgess The impact of one’s parenting is often a terrifying thing to ponder, at least maybe for well-meaning parents.  And much of our… Continue reading

Pax Soprano (Season 1, Episode 6, The Sopranos)

Directed by Alan Taylor Written by Frank Renzulli After ‘College,’ which focuses so closely on Tony and Carmela with a minimal number of supporting characters, settling in to ‘Pax Soprano’ I was thankful… Continue reading

College (Season 1, Episode 5, The Sopranos)

Directed by Allen Coulter Written by James Manos, Jr. and David Chase College highlights the emotional and moral jujitsu of the Sopranos.  With the story line keeping to a minimal number of characters… Continue reading

46 Long (Season 1, Episode 2, The Sopranos)

Written by David Chase Directed by Daniel Attias In the first episode, Carmela tells Meadow “You can’t lie and cheat and break the rules you don’t like” to which Meadow responds with an… Continue reading