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The Sopranos: Second Opinion

Junior has some interesting dreams while undergoing stomach cancer surgery. Tony becomes enraged at Junior's doctor's attitude. Tony and Christopher continue their fighting. Carmela decides to attend Tony's therapy session when she discovers that Tony has been skipping them and soon Dr. Melfi refers her to another therapist for her own depression.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x7
Production Number: S307
Airdate: Sunday April 08th, 2001

Guest Stars
Dan GrimaldiDan Grimaldi
As Patsy Parisi
Frank SantorelliFrank Santorelli
As Georgie
Suzanne ShepherdSuzanne Shepherd
As Mary DeAngelis
Tom AldredgeTom Aldredge
As Hugh DeAngelis
Toni KalemToni Kalem
As Angie Bonpensiero
Frank WoodFrank Wood
As Dean Ross
Ilene S. LandressIlene S. Landress
As Dr. Laurens
Ismail BasheyIsmail Bashey
As Dr. Mehta
James ShanklinJames Shanklin
As Anesthesiologist
John FiskeJohn Fiske
As FBI Man
Sam McMurraySam McMurray
As Dr. John Kennedy
Sully BoyarSully Boyar
As Dr. Krakower
Tony HaleTony Hale
As RN Collins
Zachary KnowerZachary Knower
As Dr. Enloe
Main Cast
James GandolfiniJames Gandolfini
As Tony Soprano
Edie FalcoEdie Falco
As Carmela Soprano
Jamie-Lynn SiglerJamie-Lynn Sigler
As Meadow Soprano
Michael ImperioliMichael Imperioli
As Christopher Moltisanti
Robert IlerRobert Iler
As Anthony Soprano, Jr.
Lorraine BraccoLorraine Bracco
As Dr. Jennifer Melfi
Dominic ChianeseDominic Chianese
As Corrado "Junior" Soprano
Tony SiricoTony Sirico
As Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri
Aida TurturroAida Turturro
As Janice Soprano
Steve SchirripaSteve Schirripa
As Bobby "Bacala" Baccalieri
Jonny VJonny V
As Artie Bucco
Steve Van ZandtSteve Van Zandt
As Silvio Dante
Federico CastelluccioFederico Castelluccio
As Furio Giunta
Drea de MatteoDrea de Matteo
As Adriana La Cerva
Joe PantolianoJoe Pantoliano
As Ralph Cifaretto
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Greg WellsSoleil 
Nils LofgrenBlack Books 
Pat LongoJust the Way You Are 
U2Mysterious Ways 

Episode Quotes
Tony: (about his orange juice) This says "with pulp."
Carmela: You like it with pulp.
Tony: Not this much. I like the one that says "some pulp."

Episode References
The scene where Carmela waits in the waiting room for Dr. Melfi is identical to a scene from the first episode, "The Sopranos," in which Tony waits for Dr. Melfi.

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