The Sopranos

Season 6 Episode 12

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Aired Unknown Jun 04, 2006 on HBO
7.9
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Phil Leotardo seeks to continue a cycle of retaliation between the New York and Jersey families. Christopher wrestles with his addictions. Tony decides keeping Carmela occupied with the spec house is for the best. A.J. gets a new girlfriend.

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    1.8
    Waste of time, the entire season. No major character development, except for the ridiculous Johnny Cakes thing. I don't know who's to blame, the HBO suits who made them do this or the writers (wasn't the first line of the season something like "never underestimate the stupidity of the American public")? They need to get to the denouement, that's really all that is left. I don't know whether Tony dies or goes to jail, but the series won't be complete otherwise. There's going to be a time where Tony's in a corner he can't back out of, and everything comes full circle - I think it will be a relaxing moment for him actually since he now seems to be a prisoner of his identity. This season was almost like an alternate ending, where everyone is happily sitting around a campfire. That's not what we watch it for.moreless
  • was this episode edited?

    4.0
    For the second time this season (the first with AJ's hair cut in one scene and then long in the next scene) the scenes are out of order. Why is it that Christopher sleeps with Julliana in one scene and then meets her at an AA meeting in the next? Not only that, how come nobody else acknowledges it?
  • I was definately disappointed in the last episode of season 6. But I cam see why it was done.

    6.7
    I think that the writers and producers deliberately wrote a nothing ending so as to keep at bay all the fans that so eagerly awaited the first installment of this season.



    I think it was a smart move for they\'re own very selfish reason. I just hope for the shows sake that they haven\'t turned off that small number fans that were hanging by a thread because I think that the story has potential to carry on for as long as it wants providing that they carry on being prepared to bite the bullet with it\'s casting and keep developing new characters.moreless
  • Not sure why people were dissapointed in this episode, I thought it was one of the best written ones to date.

    9.2
    Sure there was no huge cliff hanger, but the seeds were placed through out the episode forshadowing what is to come in the second half of that season. Things are heating up between the two families, something will happen with AJ and his girl, who knows what will go down with Chris he's dealing with a few different issues, plus is the natuaral target for Phil's rage. I thought it was a well written epsiode, and refreshingly subtle considering that current tv culture is over using the cliffhanger.moreless
  • Certainly the blandest episode out of all seasons but I am not letting it ruin my joy of watching Soprano's.

    7.4
    I too was expecting something eventful to happen but instead it was a holiday special with cursing. But hey, David Chase is allowed a so-so episode, especially when I know more Soprano's are coming to round out Season 6. I am sure the real ending for Part 2 of Season 6 will not leave us in a slump!
Julianna Margulies

Julianna Margulies

Julianna Skiff

Guest Star

Lenny Venito

Lenny Venito

James "Murmur" Zancone

Guest Star

Denise Borino

Denise Borino

Ginny Sacrimoni

Guest Star

Angelo Massagli

Angelo Massagli

Bobby Baccalieri, Jr.

Recurring Role

Arthur J. Nascarella

Arthur J. Nascarella

Carlo Gervasi

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Matt Servitto

Matt Servitto

Agent Dwight Harris

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • QUOTES (11)

  • NOTES (3)

    • Music: "Moonlight Mile" by The Rolling Stones; "Precious" (Regent Park Demo) by Pretenders; "I'd Like You for Christmas" (Ursula 1000 Remix) by Julie London; "Culo" by Pitbull feat. Lil Jon; "Toma" by Pitbull; "The Little Drummer Boy" by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts; "The Christmas Waltz" by Frank Sinatra; "Silent Night" by Frank Sinatra

    • The episode was dedicated to John T. Patterson, a past director of the show who died February 7, 2005, following a battle with cancer. Patterson directed all previous season finalés.

    • Though credited, Jamie-Lynn Sigler did not appear in this episode.

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • In a scene where Christopher and his wife are at their home discussing how to decorate the baby's room, Chris mentions "the penguin movie." Christopher is referring to the Academy Award winning documentary March of the Penguins.

    • Julianna worries that Christopher's movie title of Cleaver has an "Jerry Mathers connection," referring to the actor who played the title character of Beaver Cleaver on Leave it to Beaver.

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