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The Sopranos 6 Seasons 2000

Season 2
4.8 out of 5 stars (99) IMDb 9.2/10

All thirteen episodes from the second series of the Mafia family saga. In 'Guy Walks in to a Psychiatrist's Office', Tony is now in control of the family business, but faces further professional and famiglia problems in the form of the Feds, long-lost sister Janice, nephew Christopher and a returned Big Pussy, keen to prove that he is no rat. 'Do Not Resuscitate' sees Junior out of jail on medi...

Starring:
James Gandolfini, Lorraine Bracco

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1. Guy Walks into a Psychiatrist's Office

Season Two premiere. In the aftermath of the federal crackdown, Junior's in jail, Melfi refuses to see Tony, Christopher's expanding into new business ventures, Pussy is still missing and Tony's adjusting to being the new boss.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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2. Do Not Resuscitate

When black protesters start picketing a construction company that used to be under Uncle Junior's control, Tony meets with the owner--as well as the leader of the protestors--to 'fix' the problem.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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3. Toodle-F__king-Oo

Tony busts Meadow for partying at his mother's old house. Meanwhile, Ritchie Aprile is out of the can after ten years and looking for action--much to the chagrin of a local pizza-shop owner.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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4. Commendatori

Tony travels to Italy with Paulie and Christopher to jump-start a car-importing 'business.' While Paulie and Christopher sample some of the Old Country's choicest wares, Tony haggles with the head of a powerful Naples family.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 52 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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5. Big Girls Don't Cry

Back in Jersey, Furio soon lives up to his name by unleashing his fury on the delinquent proprietor of a local 'tanning salon.' Dr. Melfi shares her guilt over dumping Tony as a client during a session with her own therapist.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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6. The Happy Wanderer

David Scatino, the father of Meadow's friend Eric and the owner of a local sports store, gets on the bad sides of both Richie and Tony when he loses big in two poker games. Later, Tony is forced to deal with Livia.

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7. D-Girl

With Anthony Jr.'s confirmation approaching, Tony and Carmela are concerned by their son's growing apathy. Meanwhile, Christopher's interest in show biz is reignited when he meets filmmaker Jon Favreau through a cousin's girlfriend.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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8. Full Leather Jacket

Richie decides to make a peace offering to Tony despite being miffed at him. Unhappy with their status as Christopher's lackeys, Sean and Matt decide to pledge their allegiance to Richie--through a violent, unexpected act.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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9. From Where to Eternity

Christopher has an out-of-body experience that spooks Paulie. Carmela urges Tony to have a vasectomy. Visiting her own shrink, Melfi reveals the 'unholy alliance' she's made with Tony...as well as her growing addictions.

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10. Bust Out

Richie complains to Tony about his end of the garbage business, then complains to Junior about Tony. Later, Tony orchestrates the bankruptcy of David Scatino's store while Scatino's wife introduces Carmela to her handsome brother.

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11. House Arrest

Having dodged a legal bullet, Tony is advised by his lawyer to spend more time at his businesses. Junior looks for diversions to relieve the tedium of house arrest, and eventually finds one in the company of a police widow.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: 1 January 2000
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12. The Knight in White Satin Armor

Engaged lovebirds Richie and Janice have an explosive first quarrel. Meanwhile, Irina takes drastic measures to try to convince Tony to continue their affair.

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13. Funhouse

In the Season Two finale, Tony has a series of 'fever dreams' that help to shed light on some of his problems--particularly his troubles over Big Pussy.

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The Sopranos is one of HBO's greatest achievements (although I admit that I think it lost some of its momentum and spark with seasons three and four). When I first saw the show, I was hooked. I'd watch anywhere from three to four episodes a day. One of the great things about first watching this show on DVD was that I could watch any number of episodes instead of just watching one per week.
"The Sopranos: The Complete Second Season" has to be my favourite season. As much as I love the first one, this was when things were really funny, intense, dramatic and involving. The season doesn't let us down when it comes to Tony having more problems than ever before. Both in his Mafia Family and his immediate family, Tony can never get a break. His wife gives him grief while his kids keep doing things that upset him. And don't get me started on his ill mother and self-centered sister. Life isn't much better in his Mafia Family when the brother of Jackie is released from prison and is giving Tony a hard time both personally and professionally. Not to mention that his long time friend, Big P. comes back from a long hiatus when he was first suspected of turning rat to the Feds. All of this leads to one incredible and unpredictable season that showcases the show like none other.
For me, this was the most entertaining season of them all. I loved the characters, the constantly changing storylines, and the personal and business life of Tony Soprano, which is superbly balanced in this season. There's still the much appreciated humor in these episodes that were found lacking in the next two seasons. It doesn't feel like a soap opera, but a more enhanced look into the Mafia world. There's plenty of action as well as dramatic storylines that will make everybody happy for the most part.
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I usually watch sci-fi series and a lot of retro television. I watched The Sopranos series 1 a couple of years ago, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Have just finished series 2 over about 7 nights. Wow. It may be about gangsters, but this does not stop it being one of the most well-observed character pieces to appear on television. The series is consistently written opening various story threads which are all neatly concluded. The vision to create, write and produce such a series is absolute genius and faultless teamwork so rarely seen over a period of time.

The acting is top notch and the casting is nothing short of inspired, both of which are crucial to deliver the exceptional dialogue that really sets this programme apart. It is very heavy on swearing, but uses swear words in original ways. Because it is character driven, the pace of the series is slow therefore adding realism. Whilst a hard-hitting mobster drama, there are plenty of light moments, comedy, black comedy and surrealism.

With literally thousands to choose from this has to be the best season of any series I have seen. To pick some recent comparisons. Seasons 1,2 and 3 of Lost are very easy to get into, engaging, thought provoking, mostly to a very high standard with the potential to be a little ground-breaking at times. These four/five categories combined eliminate all bar a handful of programmes, but the description fits The Sopranos too. So many good series arrive from the US these days, but, like Tony Soprano himself, this series will be a tough act to follow.
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Dec. 2010
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With Uncle Junior under house arrest, Tony is now the boss - beset by would-be contenders and treachery from within. Panic attacks continue, necessitating further visits to psychiatrist Jennifer - she in consequence resorting to drink and herself in need of therapy.

13 more compelling episodes (three with commentaries). Again powerful scripts and performances. Intentionally the series is at times hard to watch, the humour helping enormously. (The writing attracted James Gandolfini by making him laugh so much.) Contrasts abound. Inside the family - grace before meals; preparations for son Anthony's Confirmation, daughter Meadow's Graduation. Elsewhere - car-jacking, extortion, baseball bat beatings, killings. Tony has no problem reconciling religion with his way of life. Hell is for other people, not for him - he but a soldier, following a code.

Season 2 grabs the attention and will not let go. Members of the Mafia are so amazed at its authenticity, they are convinced some of their number snitched. Such is revealed in modest but fascinating bonuses. For what greater praise could the producers ask!
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When I bought the first series of the Sopranos I watched it with an eagle eye as I thought it couldn't be as good as everyone had told me. It was better and so it was with this new found confidence that my girlfriend Bex bought me Season 2. I thought that nothing could match the brilliance of the first season but this just makes the first season seem average if thats possible? The storylines are better and the characters have more depth. We realise that Tony cannot live without Dr Melfi and that he has a new found enemy who wants his old patch back. This feud is the series high point as Tony struggles with his life and his profession.I was disappointed in the fact that Tony's truggle with his mother was toned down as he hardly speaks to her during the whole series.Apart from that though the series is stellar and I can't wait to get my hands on season 3. I was just wondering ..... does anybody else realise that Paulie Walnuts a.k.a Tony Sirico is the best character bar Tony on the show. If you don't realise yet then you sure will when you watch this series as he is involved in the funniest scene on tv in a long time. Happy viewing to all you wannabe Don's out there. Grazi
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