The Sopranos

Season 4 Episode 10

The Strong, Silent Type

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Aired Unknown Nov 17, 2002 on HBO
9.2
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Tony calls on Johnny Sack for help when his crew begins to question Ralph's sudden disappearance. Tony forces Christopher into rehab when his drug use spins out of control, but group therapy soon deteriorates into a brawl. Furio is noticeably cooler toward Carmela after his return from Italy.moreless

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  • Tony puts on an act, and asks around for Ralphie, after he "disappeared." Chris' problem gets worse, and after he gets beat up and mugged by street thugs and beats Adriana, Tony and family set up an intervention, that goes anything but smoothly. Fumoreless

    9.5
    Although it doesn’t match up to last week’s episode, this is definitely one of the best episodes of The Sopranos ever created. I found my favorite part of this episode was the expertly written intervention scene guest starring Elias Koteas that is both very realistic and very humorous. Also, Chris sitting on Adriana’s dog was very sad, and typical for a scag addict. I also thought the whole thing with Paulie keeping Tony’s Pie-O-My picture, and having Tony turned into Napoleon was funny, and at the end of the episode, no matter how much Paulie altered Tony in the picture, it still haunted him, and Paulie still felt like he was being watched by the boss. I also thought all the other capos and soldiers opinions on what really happened to Ralph was interesting and fun to listen to. Especially Albert “Ally Boy” Barese’s opinion on it, which refers to Tony being the one who got rid of Ralph, “What’s next, I get clipped for wearing the wrong shoes?” All in all, it was a great episode that reminded all of us just why we watch The Sopranos. Grade: A



    Ranking in season: # 3 / 13

    Ranking in series: # 13 / 65

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Michael Imperioli

Michael Imperioli

Christopher Moltisanti

Joe Pantoliano

Joe Pantoliano

Ralph Cifaretto

James Gandolfini

James Gandolfini

Tony Soprano

Lorraine Bracco

Lorraine Bracco

Dr. Jennifer Melfi

Edie Falco

Edie Falco

Carmela Soprano

Dominic Chianese

Dominic Chianese

Corrado "Junior" Soprano

Burhan K. Uddin

Burhan K. Uddin

Cabby

Guest Star

Herman Chaves

Herman Chaves

Street Punk

Guest Star

Carlos Pizarro

Carlos Pizarro

Drug Dealer

Guest Star

Marianne Leone

Marianne Leone

Joanne Moltisanti

Recurring Role

Suzanne Shepherd

Suzanne Shepherd

Mary DeAngelis

Recurring Role

Tom Aldredge

Tom Aldredge

Hugh DeAngelis

Recurring Role

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