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66 :06x01 - Members Only

Mar/12/2006
Tony debates on an associate's proposal to move on as he wonders how Johnny Sack's RICO trial will affect on the New York and New Jersey crime families. Meanwhile, Junior searches for some hidden treasure and Hesh decides to intervene on his son's behalf.
Guest Stars: Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Denise Borino as Ginny Sack | George Loros as Raymond Curto | Jerry Adler (1) as Hesh Rabkin | Karen Young as Agent Robyn Sanseverino | Matt Servitto as Agent Dwight Harris | Robert Funaro as Eugene Pontecorvo | Tom Aldredge as Hugh DeAngelis | Jeff Keilholtz as Party Doctor | Drea de Matteo as Adriana La Cerva | Joseph Caniano as Teddy Spirodakis | Christopher Place as Thug #2 | Joseph R. Gannascoli as Vito Spatafore | Frankie Valli as Rusty Millio | Lou Martini, Jr. as Anthony Infante | Lenny Venito as Butter | Lisa Miller (1) as Bada Bing Waitress | C.S. Lee as Dr. Ba | Nick Annunziata as Eddie Pietro | Greg D'Agostino as Jimmy Lauria
Songs: T.H. White -- 1973, W.A. Mozart; Ciao Miz Lovely - The Joy Project -- Abduction from the Saraglio, The Joy Project -- Ciao Miz Lovely, Artie Shaw -- Comes Love, Blondie -- Dreaming, Seven Souls w/ William S. Burroughs -- Material, Goldfrapp -- Ride a White Horse, Time Pools -- Time Passages, The Big Five -- Wop Ding A Ling

67 :06x02 - Join the Club

Mar/19/2006
Tony runs into some trouble on a business trip to the West Coast. Christopher decides to discuss terrorism with the FBI. Meanwhile, the New Jersey family ends up mourning the loss of another one of their associates.
Guest Stars: Ted Koch as Detective Klinger | Danny Johnson as Detective DeLeon | Will Janowitz as Finn Detrolio | Michael Kelly (1) as Agent Rod Goddard | Brianna Laughlin as Domenica Baccalieri | Kimberly Laughlin as Domenica Baccalieri | Emily Vaughn as Convention Center Host | Amy Kean as TV Reporter | Jason Loftus as Bellhop | Suzanne DiDonna as Deanne Pontecorvo | Donnie Keshawarz as Muhammed | Danielle Divecchio as Barbara Giglione | Austin Jones as Omni Clerk | Gary Cowling as Nurse Tuthill | Scott Davidson as Bald Gyy | T.J. Edwards as Psychologist | Lee Sellars as Salesman | C.S. Lee as Dr. Ba | Christopher Evan Welch as ER Doctor | Anjali Bhimani as Dr. Budraja | Jay Russell as Clerk | Peter O'Hara as Jock Guy | Matt Servitto as Agent Dwight Harris | Allan Wasserman as Perry Benedek | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Robert Funaro as Eugene Pontecorvo | Tony Darrow as Larry Boy Barese | Ho "Oyster" Chow as Monk #2 | Sheila Kelley (2) as Lee | Henry O as Monk #1 | Ron Leibman as Dr. Lior Plepler | Sharon Angela as Rosalie Aprile | Maureen Van Zandt as Gabriella Dante | Jon Shaver as Tall Man | Quentin Heggs as African-American Guy | Grace Van Patten as Ally Pontecorvo | Thomas Russo as Robbie Pontecorvo | Barbara Pindle as Nurses Aide | Luz Lor as Nurse Aquino | Edward Watts as Bartender | Traci Lynne Kindell as Nurse Leontine Overall | Taleb Adlah as Ahmed |
Co-Guest Stars: Jerry Adler (1) as Hesh Rabkin
Director: David Nutter
Writer: David Chase
Songs: Tom Petty -- American Girl, Mike Finnegan -- Just a Little Bit, Deep Purple -- Smoke on the Water, Prodigy -- Spitfire, Dave "Baby" Cortez -- The Happy Organ, Jimmy Smith -- There Will Never Be Another You, Capris -- There's a Moon Out Tonight, Moby -- When It's Cold I'd Like to Die

68 :06x03 - Mayham

Mar/26/2006
Silvio decides to divide up Paulie's latest score and has to head off a territorial impasse between Vito and Bobby. Christopher turns to his old writing acquaintance, J.T. Dolan for help in a new venture he has planned. Meanwhile, Carmela turns to an unexpected source for help with AJ.
Guest Stars: David Francis Calderazzo as Nick "Spags" Spagnelli | Luis Ruiz as Superintendent | Traci Lynne Kindell as Nurse Leontine Overall | William DeMeo as Jason Molinaro | Danielle Divecchio as Barbara Giglione | Ed Vassallo as Tom Giglione | Will Janowitz as Finn Detrolio | Joe Delafield as Intern | Angel Fajardo as Columbian #1 | Chris Colombo (1) as Columbian #2 | Luz Lor as Nurse Aquino | Anjali Bhimani as Dr. Budraja | Carmen Lopez as Nurse Alfeo | Edward Watts as Bartender | Mueen Jahan Ahmad as Dr. Vahabsideh | C.S. Lee as Dr. Ba | Matthew Stocke as EMT | Geraldine LiBrandi as Patti Leotardo | Paul Schulze as Father Phil Intintola | Tim Daly as J.T. Dolan | Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Lenny Venito as Butter | Steve Buscemi as Man | Ron Leibman as Dr. Lior Plepler | Henry O as Monk #1 | Sharon Angela as Rosalie Aprile | Carl Capotorto as Little Paulie Germani | Tony Darrow as Larry Boy Barese | Ho "Oyster" Chow as Monk #2 | Suzanne Shepherd as Mary DeAngelis | Tom Aldredge as Hugh DeAngelis | Maureen Van Zandt as Gabriella Dante | James Vincent Romano as Cary Di Bartolo | Elizabeth Bracco as Marie Spatafore | Bill Kurtis as Himself | Simon Sinn as Monk #3
Director: Jack Bender
Songs: Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan -- La Feria de las Flores, Nicky Jam -- La Gata, Al Green -- Look What You've Done for Me, Frank Sinatra -- Oh What it Seemed to Be, The Mystics -- Over the Rainbow, The Corsairs -- Smokey Places, Daniel Lanois -- The Deadly Nightshade, Sheryl Crow -- The First Cut is the Deepest, Jimmy Smith -- The Sermon, Time Pools -- These Dreams, The Turbans -- When You Dance

69 :06x04 - The Fleshy Part of the Thigh

Apr/02/2006
No one is happy when it's revealed that Barone Sanitation has been put up for sale. Paulie has a family matter that turns his world upside down. Bobby decides to help out a hopeful rapper by helping him pad his résumé. Tony ends up having a conversation with an evangelical about religion and of all things, dinosaurs.
Guest Stars: Felicia Graham as Devonna | Albert Vazquez as Julian | Gary Cowling as Nurse Tuthill | Fiana Toibin as Nurse | Paul DePasquale as Dispatcher | Tracy Silver as Beth Kaplan | Lila Blake-Palmer as Marvin's Girlfriend | Jojo Gonzalez as Nurse Gilbert Campos | Gustavo Cunha as Armando | Sallie Toussaint as Blinged-Out Girlfriend | Michael Serratore as Driver | Joyce Roach as Grandma | Keith Brown (1) as Keshawn | Chazz Menendez as Goon | Rob Devaney (1) as Bob Brewster | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | Marcos Muniz as Ramon | Ash Roeca as Rudy Diaz | Chris Diamantopoulos as Jason Barone | Anthony "Treach" Criss as Marvin | Lord Jamar as Da Lux | Francis Esemplare as Nucci Gualtieri | Michael DeNigris as Charles Cinelli | Angela Pietropinto as Helen Barone | Judith Malina as Aunt Dottie | Lois Markle as Mother Superior | Sandra Daley as Nurse Fiona Macken | Ivan Martin as Kenny Giacolone | Turk Pipkin as Aaron Arkaway | Paul Schulze as Father Phil Intintola | Gina Tognoni as Catherine Lipman | James Vincent Romano as Cary Di Bartolo | Ron Leibman as Dr. Lior Plepler |
Co-Guest Stars: Hal Holbrook as John Schwinn
Director: Alan Taylor
Songs: Boston -- Foreplay/Longtime, Pink Floyd -- One of These Days, The Browns -- The Three Bells (Les Trois Cloches)

70 :06x05 - Mr. & Mrs. John Sacrimoni Request...

Apr/09/2006
Johnny Sack seeks permission from the prison to be released long enough to attend his daughter's wedding. Meanwhile, Tony thinks it it time to be on the lookout for some personal protection.
Guest Stars: Merel Julia as Gianna Millio | Frank Borrelli as Vito Spatafore, Jr. | Stuart Rudin as Jabberer #3 | Nikki E. Walker as Jamacian Nurse | David Coburn as Bartender | Irma St. Paule as Aunt Grace | Faina Vitebsky as Kimmie | Jimmy Smagula as Wise Guy #1 | Alysia Reiner as Linda Vaughn | Jeffrey M. Marchetti as Peter "Bissel" La Rosa | Robert Hirschfeld as Judge Holzer | Joey Vega as U.S. Marshall #1 | Nick Annunziata as Eddie Pietro | Teresa Meza as U.S. Marshal #2 | Carmine Parisi as Priest | Katie Lowes as Gillian | Clayton Dean Smith as Jabberer #2 | Nico Hartos as Jabberer #1 | Shana Steele as Wedding Singer #2 | John Kozan as Wedding Singer #1 | Jerry Russo as Wedding Guest | Jean Marie Evans as Aunt Louise | Erik Martin (1) as Nurse Hasley | Joe Iacona as Johnny's Dad | Taryn O'Brae as Bridesmaid | Phil Anastasia as Emcee | Jared DiCroce as Wise Guy #2 | Anthony Stropoli as Rick | Tommy Ricardo as Himself | Will Janowitz as Finn Detrolio | John Bianco as Gerry Torciano | Lou Martini, Jr. as Anthony Infante | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Adam Mucci as Eric DiBenedetto | Denise Borino as Ginny Sacrimoni | Maureen Van Zandt as Gabriella Dante | Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Lenny Venito as James "Murmur" Zancone | Frankie Valli as Rusty Millio | Elizabeth Bracco as Marie Spatafore | Anthony J. Ribustello as Dante Greco | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | Dan Castleman as Prosecutor Castleman | Josh Pais as Zev Charney | Paulina Gerzon as Francesca Spatafore | William DeMeo as Jason Molinaro | Geraldine LiBrandi as Patti Leotardo | Brad Zimmerman as Ron Perse | Louis Gross as Perry Annunziata | Cristin Milioti as Catherine Sacrimoni | Caitlin Van Zandt as Allegra Sacrimoni | Randy Barbee as Judge Whitney R. Runions | Taleb Adlah as Ahmed | Mike Pniewski as Deputy Featham | Jeffrey Joseph as Deputy Mayweather | Donnie Keshawarz as Muhammed |
Co-Guest Stars: Sharon Angela as Rosalie Aprile | Carl Capotorto as Little Paulie Germani
Director: Steve Buscemi
Songs: The Students -- Every Day of the Week, Sexual Harassment -- I Need a Freak (Instrumental), The Browns -- The Three Bells (Les Trois Cloches)

71 :06x06 - Live Free or Die

Apr/16/2006
Tony has some decisions to make. His first involves seeking out help from Italy to solve the local problem of Rusty, while his second decision involves whether or not to allow one of his top earners to have a second chance. Meanwhile, Carmela continues to have trouble with her spec house and Vito hides out after his secret double life is finally exposed.
Guest Stars: Selenis Leyva as Jill Dibiaso | James Hindman as Carty | Danny Mastrogiorgio as Kevin Mucci | Jacqueline Antaramian as Mrs. Fahim Ulleh Kahn | Laith Nakli as Mr. Fahim Ulleh Kahn | Ron Castellano as Terry Doria | Julia Montgomery as Waspy Housewive | Michael Malone (1) as Antique Store Owner | Afeefa Ayube as Afaf Kahn | Georgianne Walken as Local Woman | Amanda Magnavita as Babysitter | Leo Daignault as Don | Cal Crenshaw as Local Man | Raymond Anthony Thomas as Flagman | Susan Blommaert as Betty Wolf | Donna Villella as Rae "Rafaella" Martino | Adam Trese as Michael Kardish | Paulina Gerzon as Francesca Spatafore | Louis Gross as Perry Annunziata | Frank Borrelli as Vito Spatafore, Jr. | Anthony J. Ribustello as Dante Greco | Elizabeth Bracco as Marie Spatafore | Lenny Venito as James "Murmur" Zancone | Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Will Janowitz as Finn Detrolio | John Costelloe as Jim Witowski | Suzanne Shepherd as Mary DeAngelis | Tom Aldredge as Hugh DeAngelis | Maureen Van Zandt as Gabriella Dante | Edoardo Ballerini as Corky Caporale |
Co-Guest Stars: Sharon Angela as Rosalie Aprile
Songs: Wide Open Cage -- After, David Grisman Quintet -- Argentine Trio, Patsy Cline -- Let the Teardrops Fall, The Chemical Brothers -- Loops of Fury, The Subways -- Rock and Roll Queen(Instrumental)

72 :06x07 - Luxury Lounge

Apr/23/2006
Artie is none to happy when he discovers that a new restaurant is moving in on his turf. Vesuvio ends up facing a big scandal from the inside. Meanwhile, Christopher and Little Carmine end up going on a business trip together.
Guest Stars: Jose Sanchez as Hector | Sig Libowitz as Hillel Teittleman | Angelle Brooks as Liason Woman | Enya Flack as Janine | Dee Nelson as Erica | Channing Pourchet as Carla | Laura Niemi as Roxanne | Ariana Delawari as Shelly | Mario D'Elia as Benny Fazio, Sr. | Paulina Gerzon as Francesca Spatafore | Frank Borrelli as Vito Spatafore, Jr. | Todd Wall as Man #2 | Bjorn Johnson as Photographer | Kristen Cerelli as Jen Fazio | John Robert Tramutola as Boy #1 | Peter Salzer as Elderly Man | Filippo Bozotti as Giovanni Coppito | Joe Abbate as Man #1 | Alberto Bonilla as Alonso | Dylan Bruce as Doorman | Meital Dohan as Yael | Alicia Loren as Eden | Dierdre Friel as Sandy | Judy Prianti as Connie Fazio | Joseph Emmi as Boy #2 | Nick Annunziata as Eddie Pietro | Ben Kingsley as Himself | Edoardo Ballerini as Corky Caporale | Geraldine LiBrandi as Patti Leotardo | Maureen Van Zandt as Gabriella Dante | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Lenny Venito as James "Murmur" Zancone | Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Frankie Valli as Rusty Millio | Wilmer Valderrama as Himself | Elizabeth Bracco as Marie Spatafore | Lauren Bacall as Herself | Peter Allas as Salvatore | Suzanne Shepherd as Mary DeAngelis | Carlos Giuliano as Italo | John Rue as Kloski | Brian O'Neill as Hollings | Donnie Keshawarz as Muhammed | Taleb Adlah as Ahmed | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | John Bianco as Gerry Torciano | Manuela Feris as Martina | Abigail Marlowe as Sarah | Artie Pasquale as Burt Gervasi | Denise Borino as Ginny Sacrimoni | Merel Julia as Gianna Millio |
Uncredited: Alicia Sorell as Eden
Director: Danny Leiner
Songs: Vivaldi -- Allegro (Violin Concerto in G Major), Elton John -- Daniel, Brick -- Dazz, Barbarellatones -- Fire of Love, Pepe Romero -- Recuerdos de la Alhambra, Lennie Tristano -- You Go to My Head, Gangstadog -- Zino and Tommy

73 :06x08 - Johnny Cakes

Apr/30/2006
Tony decides to mull on a real estate deal. A.J. decides that he wants to expand his horizons. Vito is in awe of an act of bravery.
Guest Stars: Antony Hagopian as Emmerich | Stink Fisher as Warren | Andrew Schneider as Mr. Bauer | Nic Novicki as Little Person | Piter Marek as Daryl | Susan Barnes Walker as Mrs. Kimball | Julie Boyd as Evelyn McCone | Jason Betts as Ron | Chris McGarry as Pat | Daniel Ahearn as Elliot | Chris McGinn as Waitress | Brigid Brady as Woman | Aurelia Williams as Female Orderly | Stephan Morrow (1) as Another Local | Rene Rosado as Hispanic Kid | Steve Stanulis as Desk Sergeant | Samuel Smith (1) as Orderly | Stephen Brian Jones as Patient | Alexandra Daddario as Another Woman | Douglas Ryan as Store Owner | Jeff Keilholtz as Guy #2 | Nick Choksi as Guy #1 | Elizabeth Rouse as Mom | Richard Zekaria as Farhad | Malachy Cleary as Thad McCone | Frank Borrelli as Vito Spatafore, Jr. | Noah Keen as Otto | John Costelloe as Jim Witowski | Elizabeth Bracco as Marie Spatafore | Peter Bogdanovich as Dr. Elliot Kupferberg | Julianna Margulies as Julianna Skiff | Vincent Piazza as Hernan O'Brien | Robert O'Gorman as Local Guy | Artie Pasquale as Burt Gervasi | Susan Blommaert as Betty Wolf | Cameron Boyd as Matt Testa | Jayson Ward Williams as Coffeehouse Manager | Joseph Leone as Vic Caputo | Casey O'Brien as Martha | Nikki Dinki as Bibi | Emily Wickersham as Rhiannon | Evan Ferrante as Brandon | Sylvia Kauders as Mrs. Conte | Lindsey Kraft as Nadia | James O'Toole as Baz | Christopher Carley as Drew
Songs: Soulwax -- E Talking, Mary J. Blige -- Family Affair, Ike Turner and the Kings of Rhythm -- Freedom Sound, Gretchen Wilson -- He Ain't Even Cold Yet, Lisabeth Scott -- I Fall, Ray Charles -- I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town, Mack Ten feat. Nate Dogg -- Like This, Latin Soul Syndicate -- Mia Dia Bonito, Husky Rescue -- New Light Tomorrow, Felix Da Housecat -- Ready 2 Wear, Shawn Colvin -- Sunny Came Home, Os Garotos Do Rio -- Tic Tic Tac

74 :06x09 - The Ride

May/07/2006
Christopher has a surprise for everyone. Tony finds comfort in sticking with his traditions. An Italian street fair places Paulie in an awkward position.
Guest Stars: T.R. Shields III as Dale Hutchins | Brianna Laughlin as Domenica Baccalieri | Kimberly Laughlin as Domenica Baccalieri | Michael De Luca as Cop | Pietro Gonzalez as Hispanic Guy | Diane Martella as Old Woman at Parade | Sylvia Kauders as Mrs. Conte | Miryam Coppersmith as Sophia Baccalieri | Biagio Tripodi as John Campisi | Jeremy Schwartz as Biker #1 | Lou Di Gennaro as Judge | Francisco Burgos as Latino Kid #2 | Gabriel Cano as Latino Kid #1 | Francis W. Erigo as Old Woman in Church | Maria Hernandez as Latino Woman | Frank Carlo as Teenager | Tanya P. as The Virgin Mary | Salvatore Darigo as Old Man | Sonny Passero as Man in Crowd | Angelo Massagli as Bobby Baccalieri, Jr. | Vic Noto as Biker #2 | Susan Varon as Joan Gillespie | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Edoardo Ballerini as Corky Caporale | Patricia McCormack as Liz La Cerva | Lenny Venito as James "Murmur" Zancone | Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Carl Capotorto as Little Paulie Germani | Julianna Margulies as Julianna Skiff | Cara Buono as Kelli Lombardo | Jonathan Del Arco as Father Jose | Tony Darrow as Larry Boy Barese | Will Janowitz as Finn Detrolio | William DeMeo as Jason Molinaro | Dennis Predovic as Eddie Lind | Gene Ruffini as Charels Russamano | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | Louis Gross as Perry Annunziata | John Bianco as Gerry Torciano | Artie Pasquale as Burt Gervasi | Francis Esemplare as Nucci Gualtieri
Director: Alan Taylor
Songs: Fausto Leali -- A Chi, Free -- All Right Now, Tipsy -- Cinnebar, Fred Neil -- Dolphins, Rocky and the Riddlers -- Flash and Crash, Myron Floren -- Johnny Oslo Schottische, Buddy Miles -- Midnight Rider, Johnny Thunders -- Pipeline, Johnny and The Hurricanes -- Red River Rock, Beniamino Gigli -- Viva Il Vino Spumeggiante

75 :06x10 - Moe n' Joe

May/14/2006
Johnny Sack's loss could turn into Tony's gain on the home front.
Guest Stars: Antony Hagopian as Emmerich | Guy Paul as Jeep Owner | Kate Buddeke as Nora Minter | Tony Cucci as Fat Dom Gamiello | Ed Vassallo as Tom Giglione | Danielle Divecchio as Barbara Giglione | Miryam Coppersmith as Sophia Baccalieri | Angelo Massagli as Bobby Baccalieri, Jr. | Louis Gross as Perry Annunziata | Rebecca Wisocky as Rene Cabot Moskowitz | Ron Gifford as Omar | Qadir Forbes as Kid #1 | Sal DiPiazza as Bookie | Brianna Laughlin as Domenica Baccalieri | Kimberly Laughlin as Domenica Baccalieri | Jeffrey M. Marchetti as Peter "Bissel" La Rosa | Joe Forbrich as Federal Marshal | Brian Gilbert (1) as Kid #5 | Matthew "Matlok" Rullman as Kid #4 | Alex Mitchell as Kid #3 | Daveed Ramsey as Kid #2 | Christopher Maggi as Butcher | Karen Lynn Gorney as Judy | Brad Zimmerman as Ron Perse | Will Janowitz as Finn Detrolio | Maureen Van Zandt as Gabriella Dante | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Sharon Angela as Rosalie Aprile | Carl Capotorto as Little Paulie Germani | William Russ as Paul Calviac | Denise Borino as Ginny Sacrimoni | John Costelloe as Jim Witowski | Patrick Holder as Earl Bretanoux | Lou Martini, Jr. as Anthony Infante | Louis Mustillo as Sal Vitro | Rick Gifford as Don | Jason Betts as Ron | Chris McGarry as Pat | Daniel Ahearn as Elliot | Adam Mucci as Eric DiBenedetto | Caitlin Van Zandt as Allegra Sacrimoni-DiBenedetto | Cristin Milioti as Catherine Sacrimoni | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | John Bianco as Gerry Torciano
Director: Steve Shill
Songs: Tim "Love" Lee -- Faz Tanto Tempo, Toby Keith -- I Love This Bar, Chuck Berry -- Let It Rock, Frank Sinatra -- My Way, Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul -- Salvation, Dean Martin -- That's Amore

76 :06x11 - Cold Stones

May/21/2006
Carmela begins to rethink her life after she goes out for a day with Rosalie. Meadow decides it's time to find a new place to live. Tony and the gang suddenly find themselves in a place they have never been before -- lacking funds.
Guest Stars: Nathalie Walker as Lori | Marni Penning as Shopper | Doug Rand as Gendarme | Michel Winogradoff as Head Waiter | Clyde Baldo as Photographer | Jeffrey M. Marchetti as Peter "Bissel" La Rosa | Melissa Schneider as Photographer's Assistant | Alexandre Varga as Michel | Luc Sonzogni as Waiter | Gerald Hubert as Priest | Chaouki El Ofir as Arab Taxi Driver | Stéphane Soo Mongo as Sengalese Man #1 | Christian Julien as Sengalese Man #2 | Mamadou Sall as Sengalese Man #3 | Anne Assante as Caterina Cella | Vinnie Orofino as Bryan Spatafore | Emily Wickersham as Rhiannon | Drea de Matteo as Adriana La Cerva | Sharon Angela as Rosalie Aprile | Elizabeth Bracco as Marie Spatafore | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Lenny Venito as James "Murmur" Zancone | John Costelloe as Jim Witowski | Geraldine LiBrandi as Patti Leotardo | John Bianco as Gerry Torciano | Vincent Piazza as Hernan O'Brien | Louis Gross as Perry Annunziata | Paulina Gerzon as Francesca Spatafore | Frank Borrelli as Vito Spatafore, Jr. | Ron Castellano as Terry Doria | Tony Cucci as Fat Dom Gamiello
Songs: AC DC -- Back in Black, Beethoven -- Fur Elise, Persephone's Bees -- Home, Giorgio Moroder -- Knights in White Satin, Les Petits Chefs -- Ourve Les Yeux, Lynyrd Skynard -- Simple Man, Gritty Kitty -- Summer Rain, Modern Jazz Quartet -- There Will Never Be Another

77 :06x12 - Kaisha

Jun/04/2006
Tony ends up getting Carmela's career back on track. Chris decides that he will just pick up where Tony left off. AJ discovers a special work perk. Meanwhile, Phil just will not leave well enough alone.
Guest Stars: Samuel Smith (1) as Orderly | Stink Fisher as Warren | Eric Zuckerman as Scott | Ciaran Crawford as Teddy | Matilda Downey as Yaryna | Neal Ben-Ari as Aaron Schaffer | Arabella Field as Amy | Miryam Coppersmith as Sophia Baccalieri | Suzanne Hevner as Val | Jeffrey M. Marchetti as Peter "Bissel" La Rosa | Jeff Williams (1) as Another Member | Greg Antonacci as Butch DeConcini | Kadin George as Hector Selgado | Kobi George as Hector Selgado | Jonathan Manrio Cuellar as Teenager #3 | Kelvin Santos as Teenager #2 | Brianna Laughlin as Domenica Baccalieri | Kimberly Laughlin as Domenica Baccalieri | Anthony Garcia as Teenager #1 | Angelo Massagli as Bobby Baccalieri, Jr. | Aasif Mandvi as Dr. Abu Bilal | Tom Aldredge as Hugh DeAngelis | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Matt Servitto as Agent Dwight Harris | Lenny Venito as James "Murmur" Zancone | Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Dania Ramirez as Blanca Selgado | Geraldine LiBrandi as Patti Leotardo | Julianna Margulies as Julianna Skiff | Suzanne Shepherd as Mary DeAngelis | Denise Borino as Ginny Sacrimoni | Taleb Adlah as Ahmed | Cara Buono as Kelli Moltisanti | Adira Amram as Stacey | Rob Falcone as Mr. Caravalho | Greg D'Agostino as Jimmy Lauria | John Bianco as Gerry Torciano | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | Patricia McCormack as Liz La Cerva | Donnie Keshawarz as Muhammed
Director: Alan Taylor
Songs: Pitbull feat. Lil Jon -- Culo, Julie London -- I'd Like You for Christmas, The Rolling Stones -- Moonlight Mile, Pretenders -- Precious, Frank Sinatra -- Silent Night, Frank Sinatra -- The Christmas Waltz, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts -- The Little Drummer Boy, Pitbull -- Toma

78 :06x13 - Soprano Home Movies

Apr/08/2007
A gun dropped by Tony 2 years earlier has turned up in the hands of a teenager. While the local Jersey DA tries to make headlines by going after Tony, him and Carmela leave for the weekend to visit Bobby and Janice. While there Bobby makes a confession to Tony about something he has never had to do while being in the mob.
Guest Stars: Eric Morace as Detective Gaudioso | Alisha Davis as Anchorwoman | Marc Bonan as Rene LeCours | Matt Fischel as Judge Woronow | Robert Lupone as Dr. Bruce Cusamano | Saundra Santiago as Jeannie Cusamano | Vincent Piazza as Hernan O'Brien | Dominic Chianese, Jr. as Dominic | Armen Garo as Salvatore "Coco" Cogliano | Jim Bracchitta as Peter Acinapura | Dan Conte as Faustino "Doc" Santoro | Christian Laurin as Normand | Philippe Bergeron as Denis | John Bianco as Gerry Torciano | Patrena Murray as Mercedes | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | Dania Ramirez as Blanca Selgado | Peter Caporale as Old Mutt | Zuzanna Szadkowski as Elzbieta | David Margulies as Neil Mink | Dan Castleman as Prosecutor Castleman | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Paul Lombardi as Reporter #3 | Amy Kean as Reporter #2 | Paige Allen as Reporter #1 | Maxime DeToledo as French Canadian Man #2 | Jean Brassard as French Canadian Man #1 | Hunter Gallagher as Brad | Julia Thompson as Lucy Salerno | Kobi George as Hector Selgado | Emily Ruth Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Avery Elaine Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Kadin George as Hector Selgado | Stephanie Szostak as Woman | Antoinette LaVecchia as Paula Salerno | Allyssa Magliaro as Jamie Salerno
Songs: James Gang -- Funk 49, Antonio Carlos Jobim -- Girl from Ipanema, The Everly Brothers -- Love Hurts, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -- Mitridate, re di Ponto, The Rolling Stones -- Moonlight Mile, The Rolling Stones -- Out of Time, The Drifters -- This Magic Moment, Johnny Maestro -- Trouble in Paradise

79 :06x14 - Stage 5

Apr/15/2007
With the premiere of Christopher's Cleaver, Tony begins to think about his relationship with Christopher. Meanwhile, Johnny Sack has to deal with more bad news while in prison; Phil reflects on his family and himself; and Silvio and Gerry's dinner is interrupted.
Guest Stars: Martin Gobbee as Priest | Jerry Capeci as Himself | Matthew Weiner as Manny Safier | Seth Barrish as Dr. Uri Rosen | Maulik Pancholy as Dr. Ajit Gupte | Michael Kelly (1) as Agent Ron Goddard | Geraldine LiBrandi as Patty Leotardo | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | Marianne Leone (1) as Joanne Moltisanti | Kobi George as Hector Selgado | Kevin McKelvy as U.S. Marshal Lunt | Bruce Faulk as U.S. Marshal Rawley | Maria Iadonisi as Larry Barese's Wife | Allison Dunbar as Nicole Lupertazzi | Sam Semenza as Carmine Lupertazzi III | Cristin Milioti as Catherine Sacrimoni | John Bianco as Gerry Torciano | Dania Ramirez as Blanca Selgado | Francesco Fusaro as Boy #3 | Lewis J. Stadlen as Dr. Ira Fried | Matt Pepper as Agent Ron Gosling | John Wu as Morgan Yam | Ariana DiLorenzo as Alexandra Lupertazzi | Gia Bella Adamo as Girl #2 | Justine Caputo as Girl #1 | Jacob Lobosco as Boy #2 | Nicholas Mazzeo as Boy #1 | Bruce Bennetts as Photographer | Julie Rogelstad as Silvio's Goomar | Jo Newman as Gerry's Goomar | Lou Martini, Jr. as Anthony Infante | Greg Antonacci as Butch DeConcini | Peter Bogdanovich as Dr. Elliot Kupferberg | Sydney Pollack as Warren Feldman | Daniel Baldwin as Sally Boy | Christopher McDonald as Eddie Dunne | Jonathan LaPaglia as Michael The Cleaver | Anthony J. Ribustello as Dante Greco | Tony Lip as Carmine Lupertazzi | Chris Caldovino as Billy Leotardo | Tony Darrow as Larry Boy Barese | Angelo Massagli as Bobby Baccalieri, Jr. | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Jerry Adler (1) as Hesh Rabkin | Matt Servitto as Agent Dwight Harris | Maureen Van Zandt as Gabriella Dante | Miryam Coppersmith as Sophia Baccalieri | Geraldo Rivera as Himself | Caitlin Van Zandt as Allegra Sacrimoni | Derek Milman as Film Type | Emily Ruth Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Avery Elaine Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Kadin George as Hector Selgado | Jane Kim as Dominique | Lenny Ligotti as Nicky | George Pogatsia as Frankie | Susan Porro as J.T. Dolan's Girlfriend | Anna Mancini as Donna Parisi | Cara Buono as Kelli Moltisanti | Denise Borino as Ginny Sacrimoni | Tim Daly as J.T. Dolan | Guy A. Fortt as Guard | Dan Conte as Faustino "Doc" Santoro | Ralph McCain as Another Patient
Director: Alan Taylor

80 :06x15 - Remember When

Apr/22/2007
Tony and Paulie head south to Florida to get away from brewing situations in Jersey. While there, Tony reflects on his releationship with Paulie. Meanwhile, Junior sets up a poker game at the institution.
Guest Stars: Joseph Adams as Larry | Suzanne Hevner as Val | Brian D. Coats as Itzhak | George Riddle as Walter | Stanley Harrison as George | Joe Rosario as Gary | Ptolemy Slocum as Keith | Ken Leung as Carter Chong | Stink Fisher as Warren | Joe Pucillo as Beppy Scerbo | Kevin Kean Murphy as Ascot Man | Greg Antonacci as Butch DeConcini | Lin-Manuel Miranda as Bellman | Rocco Sisto as Young Junior Soprano | Vincent Pastore as Sal 'Big Pussy' Bonpensiero | Ian Blackman as Salesman #3 | Tod Engle as Salesman #2 | James Coyle as Salesman #1 | Gaston Renaud as Ramon | Christina Cabot as Lynn | Stephen Singer as Dr. Mandl | Kate Rogal as Misha | Ginger Knoll as Clista | Frank Albanese as Uncle Pat Blundetto | Herbert Rogers as Willie Overall | Jerry Adler (1) as Hesh Rabkin | Joseph Siravo as Johnny Soprano | Paul Herman as Beansie Gaeta | Donnetta Lavinia Grays as Nurse | Jen Araki as Anika | Serafin Falcon as Esteban | Nashawn Kearse as Jameel | Donna Smythe as Gia Gaeta | Patrick McNulty as Hotel Clerk | Elizabeth Sung as Mrs. Chong | Chester West as Orderly | Charles Morgan (2) as Professor Brian Lynch | Dan Conte as Faustino "Doc" Santoro
Director: Phil Abraham

81 :06x16 - Chasing It

Apr/29/2007
Tony is asked for help by Maria Spatafore for Vito, Jr. Meanwhile, Tony's run of bad luck strains his relationship with Hesh and A.J. makes an important choice that will affect his future.
Guest Stars: John Cenatiempo as Anthony Maffei | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | Clarke Thorell as Steve | Anthony J. Ribustello as Dante Greco | A.J. Lambert as Back-Up Singer | Carlos Morales as Jesus Selgado | Mason Pettit as Ted Yacanelli | Kadin George as Hector Selgado | Lanette Ware as Renata | Tracy Silver as Beth Kaplan | Geoffrey Cantor as Eli Kaplan | Greg Antonacci as Butch DeConcini | Southside Johnny as Himself | Nancy Sinatra as Herself | Dania Ramirez as Blanca Selgado | Heidi Dippold as Janine Cammarata | Brandon Hannan as Vito Spatafore, Jr. | Elizabeth Bracco as Marie Spatafore | Joseph Perrino as Jason Gervasi (as Joe Perrino) | Kobi George as Hector Selgado | Josh Kay as Jesse | Dillon Woolley as Max (as Dillon Wooley) | Paulina Gerzon as Francesca Spatafore | Taleb Adlah as Ahmed | Donnie Keshawarz as Muhammed | Carl Capotorto as Little Paulie Germani | Matthew Del Negro as Brian Cammarata | Tom Aldredge as Hugh DeAngelis | Suzanne Shepherd as Mary DeAngelis | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Jerry Adler (1) as Hesh Rabkin | Poppy Cerqueira as Waitress | Joe Anania as Waiter | Nicolas Martí Salgado as Dylan | Colton Parsons as Boy | James Lorenzo as Roger | Drew Wininger as Fan | Paul Mollo as Croupier | Jeanine Flynn as Dealer | Kevin Garrity as 1st Baseball Announcer | Charlie Minn as 2nd Basketball Announcer

82 :06x17 - Walk Like a Man

May/06/2007
As A.J. struggles with depression over his break up with Blanca, the feud between Christopher and Paulie grows, with Kelli's dad as an unintentional catalyst.
Guest Stars: Marianne Leone (1) as Joanne Moltisanti | Avery Elaine Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Ray A. Norberto as Player | Tim Daly as J.T. Dolan | Michael Drayer as Jason Parisi | Greg Connolly as Stan | John O'Hara as Lover #1 | Frank Santorelli as Georgie | Emily Ruth Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Lawrence Bingham as Construction Worker | Michael Gibson as Greg | Danielle Divecchio as Barbara Giglione | Belinda Bissonnette as Belinda | Jill Lord as Woman | Dennis Paladino as Al Lombardo | William DeMeo as Jason Molinaro | Nathalie Walker as Lori | Nolan Carley as Mike | Mando Alvarado as Felix | Phyllis Kay as Rita Lombardo | Ron Castellano as Terry Doria | Brianne Moncrief as Lover #2 | Miryam Coppersmith as Sophia Baccalieri | Angelo Massagli as Bobby Baccalieri, Jr. | Cara Buono as Kelli Moltisanti | Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Dania Ramirez as Blanca Selgado | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Matt Servitto as Agent Dwight Harris | Jeffrey M. Marchetti as Peter "Bissel" La Rosa | Artie Pasquale as Burt Gervasi | Ed Vassallo as Tom Giglione | Anthony J. Ribustello as Dante Greco | Frank John Hughes as William Belfiore | John Cenatiempo as Anthony Maffei | Matt Sauerhoff as Victor Mineo | Anthony Piccolo as Tommy Giglione, Jr. | Michael Countryman as Dr. Richard Vogel | Sistina Giordano as Donna Amato | Richard Litt as Moderator | Madison Connolly as Alyssa Giglione | Joseph Perrino as Jason Gervasi (as Joe Perrino)
Director: Terence Winter

83 :06x18 - Kennedy and Heidi

May/13/2007
A dispute over asbestos-disposal causes tensions to mount between New York and New Jersey families.
Guest Stars: Chris Bashinelli as Kevin | Elizabeth Dennis as Andrea | Joey Perillo as John Stefano | Michael Countryman as Dr. Richard Vogel | Mark La Mura as Alan Kaplan | John Cenatiempo as Anthony Maffei | Matt Sauerhoff as Victor Mineo | William DeMeo as Jason Molinaro | Artie Pasquale as Burt Gervasi | Leah Bezozo as Kennedy | Jeffrey M. Marchetti as Peter "Bissell" LaRosa | Zuzanna Szadkowski as Elzbieta | Anthony J. Ribustello as Dante Greco | Michael Drayer as Jason Parisi | Bambadjan Bamba as Cyclist | Lindsay Campbell as Professor Kline | Marianne Leone (1) as Joanne Moltisanti | Daniel Baldwin as Himself | Sarah Shahi as Sonya Aragon | Julianna Margulies as Julianna Skiff | Cara Buono as Kelli Moltisanti | Jonathan LaPaglia as Himself | Elizabeth Bracco as Marie Spatafore | Dennis Paladino as Al Lombardo | Frank John Hughes as Walden Belfiore | Joseph Perrino as Jason Gervasi | Phyllis Kay as Rita Lombardo | Greg Antonacci as Butch DeConcini | Igor Litwinowicz as Karyl | Christiana Anbri as Heidi | Laura E. Johnston as Nurse | Luis Lassen as Senior Worker | Gregory Zaragoza as Croupier #2 | Alexander Flores as Kid | Edward Furs as Driver | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Joe Pucillo as Beppy Scerbo | Denise Borino as Ginny Sack | Maureen Van Zandt as Gabriella Dante | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianfione | Ed Vassallo as Tom Giglione | Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Laura Mills McClatchy as Croupier #1 | Shawtane Monroe Bowen as Technician | Joselin Reyes as Nurse Rosario | Danielle Divecchio as Barbara Giglione | Francis Esemplare as Nucci Gualtieri | Vinnie Orofino as Bryan Spatafore | John Di Domenico as Howie Reinstein | Ray Demattis as Gerry Gualtieri | Mickey Pizzo as Sal Pisano | Dina Pearlman as Ellen Reinstein | Al Roffe as Operations Manager | Michelle Maryk as Jo Lewis | John Wu as Morgan Yam | Sejal Shah as Chandrakanta Pisano | Marc Wolf as Mark Lewis
Director: Alan Taylor

84 :06x19 - The Second Coming

May/20/2007
Tony attempts to help settle differences between New York and Jersey, but his offer is rejected by Phil Leotardo. Meanwhile, A.J. continues to battle his depression and Meadow's father comes to her aide when a New York associate crosses the line.
Guest Stars: Joey Perillo as John Stefano | Daniel Sauli as Patrick Parisi | John Cenatiempo as Anthony Maffei | Frank John Hughes as Walden Belfiore | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | Armen Garo as Salvatore "Coco" Cogliano | Cara Buono as Kelli Moltisanti | Michael Countryman as Dr. Richard Vogel | Greg Antonacci as Butch DeConcini | Felix Solis as Edgar Ramirez | Dominic Chianese, Jr. as Dominic | Michael Kelly (1) as Agent Ron Goddard | Peter Bogdanovich as Dr. Elliot Kupferberg | Matt Servitto as Agent Dwight Harris | Edward Furs as Driver | Ed Kershen as Surveyor | Joey Scala as Teenager | Donnie Keshawarz as Muhammed | Taleb Adlah as Ahmed | Lindsay Campbell as Professor Kline

85 :06x20 - The Blue Comet

Jun/03/2007
The disloyalty surrounding Tony reaches a breaking point within his crew. A mistaken identity during a hit has deadly consequences. A.J. continues to battle his depression.
Guest Stars: Emily Ruth Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Adam Heller as Arnold Bellows | Michael Drayer as Jason Parisi | Dominic Chianese, Jr. as Dominic | Matilda Downey as Yaryna | Shannon Koob as Joyce | Julie Mangini as Herself | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianflone | Davide Borella as Roberto | Edoardo Ballerini as Corky Caporale | Lauren Potter (1) as Dancer | Ricky Aiello as Ray-Ray D'Abaldo | Aleks Shaklin as Yaryna's Father | Eric Mangini as Himself | Lenny Venito as James "Murmur" Zancone | Artie Pasquale as Burt Gervasi | Carlo Giuliano as Italo | Avery Elaine Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Peter Benedek as Ken | Susan Aston as Evelyn | Mimi Lieber as Stacey Bellows | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi | Matt Servitto as Agent Dwight Harris | Frank John Hughes as Walden Belfiore | Angelo Massagli as Bobby Baccalieri Jr. | Peter Bogdanovich as Dr. Elliot Kupferberg | John Cenatiempo as Anthony Maffei | Miryam Coppersmith as Sophia Baccalieri | Greg Antonacci as Butch DeConcini | Anthony J. Ribustello as Dante Greco | Joseph Perrino as Jason Gervasi | Jeffrey M. Marchetti as Peter "Bissell" LaRosa | John Mainieri as Ira Shortz | Merissa Morin as Isabel | Jeff Talbott as Father | Emily Wickersham as Rhiannon Flammer | Peter Bucossi as Petey B. | Henry Glovinsky as Derek | Connie Teng as Yaolin | Ian Colletti as Kid
Director: Alan Taylor
Songs: The Doors -- When The Music's Over

86 :06x21 - Made in America

Jun/10/2007
In the sixth and last series finale, Dr. Melfi has cut her ties, Silvio's in a coma, and Bobby has been derailed - now, there is no more hiding.
Guest Stars: Daniel Bacote as Teen #3 | T.J. Allen as Teen #4 | Alan Levine as Lavoo | Jimmy Spadola as Man in Diner | Carol Scudder as Diner Waitress | Rydell Rollins as Teen #2 | Shortee Redd as Teen #1 | Saidah Arrika Ekulona as Tour Guide | Emily Ruth Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Avery Elaine Pulcher as Domenica Baccalieri | Colleen Morris as Nanny | Amy Russ as Female F.B.I Agent | Michael H. Ingram as F.B.I Agent | Du Kelly as African American Man #1 in Diner | Sharrieff Pugh as African American Man #2 in Diner | Greg Antonacci as Butch DeConcini | Emily Wickersham as Rhiannon Flammer | Geraldine LiBrandi as Patty Leotardo | Michael Drayer as Jason Parisi | Daniel Sauli as Patrick Parisi | Michael Kelly (1) as Agent Ron Goddard | John Cenatiempo as Anthony Maffei | John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia as Albie Cianfione | Jenna Stern as Dr. Doherty | Donna Pescow as Donna Parisi | Patti Karr as Old Woman in Diner | Patrick Joseph Connolly as Truck Driver in Diner | Tony White (2) as Orderly | Matt Pepper as Agent Ron Gosling | Frank John Hughes as Walden Belfiore | Miryam Coppersmith as Sophia Baccalieri | Michele de Cesare as Hunter Scangarelo | Matt Servitto as Agent Dwight Harris | Frank Pando as Agent Frank Grasso | David Margulies as Neil Mink | Carl Capotorto as Little Paulie Germani | Angelo Massagli as Bobby Baccalieri, Jr. | Max Casella as Benny Fazio | Ed Vassallo as Tom Giglione | Danielle Divecchio as Barbara Giglione | Anthony J. Ribustello as Dante Greco | Joseph Perrino as Jason Gervasi | William Severs as Old Man in Diner | Ricky Aiello as Ray-Ray D'Abaldo | Anita Salvate as Mary | Paolo Colandrea as Man in Members Only Jacket | Jeffrey M. Marchetti as Peter "Bissell" LaRosa | Raj K. Bose as Gas Station Manager | Don Striano as Priest | Melanie Minichino as Tara Zincone | Pete Mele as George Pagilieri | Frank Albanese as Uncle Pat Blundetto | Mike Sullivan as Paulie's Friend | Henry O'Neill as Young Man in Diner | Adrianne Rae Rodgers as Young Woman in Diner | Arthur J. Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi
Director: David Chase
Writer: David Chase
Songs: Journey -- Don't Stop Believin'
Warning: The Sopranos guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: HBO ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 10, 1999
Ended: June 10, 2007
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