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The Sopranos: Made in America

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.


Episode Info


Episode number: 6x21
Production Number: S621
Airdate: Sunday June 10th, 2007

Director: David Chase
Writer: David Chase

Alternate Airdates:

FI (Nelonen) Nov 20, 2007

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Guest Stars
Alan Levine
As Lavoo
Recurring
Angelo Massagli
As Bobby Baccalieri, Jr.
Recurring
Anthony J. Ribustello
As Dante Greco
Recurring
Arthur J. Nascarella
As Carlo Gervasi
Recurring
Avery Elaine Pulcher
As Domenica Baccalieri
Recurring
Carl Capotorto
As Little Paulie Germani
Recurring
Daniel Sauli
As Patrick Parisi
Recurring
Danielle Divecchio
As Barbara Giglione
Recurring
David Margulies
As Neil Mink
Recurring
Ed Vassallo
As Tom Giglione
Recurring
Emily Ruth Pulcher
As Domenica Baccalieri
Recurring
Emily Wickersham
As Rhiannon Flammer
Recurring
Frank Albanese
As Uncle Pat Blundetto
Recurring
Frank John Hughes
As Walden Belfiore
Recurring
Frank Pando
As Agent Frank Grasso
Recurring
Geraldine LiBrandi
As Patty Leotardo
Recurring
Greg Antonacci
As Butch DeConcini
Recurring
Jeffrey M. Marchetti
As Peter "Bissell" LaRosa
Recurring
John "Cha Cha" Ciarcia
As Albie Cianfione
Recurring
John Cenatiempo
As Anthony Maffei
Recurring
Joseph Perrino
As Jason Gervasi
Recurring
Matt Pepper
As Agent Ron Gosling
Recurring
Matt Servitto
As Agent Dwight Harris
Recurring
Max Casella
As Benny Fazio
Recurring
Michael Drayer
As Jason Parisi
Recurring
Michael Kelly (1)
As Agent Ron Goddard
Recurring
Michele de Cesare
As Hunter Scangarelo
Recurring
Miryam Coppersmith
As Sophia Baccalieri
Recurring
Ricky Aiello
As Ray-Ray D'Abaldo
Recurring
Adrianne Rae Rodgers
As Young Woman in Diner
Amy Russ
As Female F.B.I Agent
Carol Scudder
As Diner Waitress
Daniel Bacote
As Teen #3
Don Striano
As Priest
Donna Pescow
As Donna Parisi
Du Kelly
As African American Man #1 in Diner
Henry O'Neill
As Young Man in Diner
Jenna Stern
As Dr. Doherty
Jimmy Spadola
As Man in Diner
Melanie Minichino
As Tara Zincone
Michael H. Ingram
As F.B.I Agent
Mike Sullivan
As Paulie's Friend
Paolo Colandrea
As Man in Members Only Jacket
Patrick Joseph Connolly
As Truck Driver in Diner
Patti Karr
As Old Woman in Diner
Pete Mele
As George Pagilieri
Raj K. Bose
As Gas Station Manager
Rydell Rollins
As Teen #2
Sharrieff Pugh
As African American Man #2 in Diner
Shortee Redd
As Teen #1
T.J. Allen
As Teen #4
Tony White (2)
As Orderly
William Severs
As Old Man in Diner
Main Cast
James Gandolfini
As Tony Soprano
Edie Falco
As Carmela Soprano
Jamie-Lynn Sigler
As Meadow Soprano
Michael Imperioli
As Christopher Moltisanti
Robert Iler
As Anthony Soprano, Jr.
Lorraine Bracco
As Dr. Jennifer Melfi
Dominic Chianese
As Corrado "Junior" Soprano
Tony Sirico
As Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri
Aida Turturro
As Janice Soprano
Steve Schirripa
As Bobby "Bacala" Baccalieri
Jonny V
As Artie Bucco
Steve Van Zandt
As Silvio Dante
Frank Vincent (1)
As Phil Leotardo
Joseph R. Gannascoli
As Vito Spatafore
Episode Notes
Ratings: 11.9 million viewers

This is only one of two episodes throughout the series directed by series creator, David Chase. The first episode was the series premiere, "The Sopranos."

Series finale.

Creator and writer David Chase won the 2007 Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for this episode.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
JourneyDon't Stop Believin' 


Episode References
A.J.: Always with the drama.

Tony says this exact same thing in "46 Long."

"Unidentified Black Males"

In the final scene, two unidentified black males enter the diner, a reference back to the season five episode, "Unidentified Black Males."

In the ending scene, a man with a Members Only jacket enters the diner. This is a reference back to the season 6 premiere, "Members Only."

When the man walks into the restroom at in Holsten's, he is at the 3 o'clock position in relation to Tony. This is a reference to both "From Where to Eternity," in which Christopher wakes from his coma and reveals that the ghost of Mikey Palmice and Brendan Filone told him to tell Paulie "three 'o-clock," and "The Ride" in which Paulie wakes up at 3:00am to wait for his biopsy results. Since "The Ride," Paulie became preoccupied with 3:00am.



Warning: The Sopranos season 6 episode 21 guide may contain spoilers
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