The Sopranos

Season 3 Episode 7

Second Opinion

Aired Unknown Apr 08, 2001 on HBO

Episode Fan Reviews (3)

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    With seven episodes down and only six remaining, there can no longer be a prominant theme throughout the entire season like in the previous ones. Im sure if you look really deep you can find some hidden themes, but nothing as strong as what we had in seasons one and two. This episode was pretty average, with the writers switching up the character focuses which seems to be there favorite way to tell this story of the Sopranos. Last episode focused a lot on Meadow Tony, while this one switched back over to BP's wife and Junior. I never have liked Juniors scenes without Tony in them and I still continue that feeling after this episode. Overall, this is an example of your typical run of the mill "nothing special" episode of the Sopranos. Couple of high points, mainly the ending scene between Tony and Carmela, where Tony surprised Carmela by giving her what she wants. Very well written to close out the episode.