Posts tagged Episode 12
S6A:E12 - Kaisha
 

Once you realize what the title of this episode references, it’s hard not to see it as the funniest title of the series. Gavin and Hannibal wrap up Season 6A with a discussion that touches upon the successes and failures of the season overall, the plausibility of AJ’s new romance, and why Tony’s “every day is a gift” philosophy is difficult to maintain when one is part of the mob.

TV & Film, Recap, TV Drama, ReviewGavin BowenAdriana, Adriana La Cerva, Agent Harris, AJ, Allen Coulter, Anthony Junior, Artie, Artie Buco, assassination, Bada Bing, Barb, Barbara Soprano, Beansie, Belivaqua, Big Pussy, Bobby Baccala, Boss, Burgess, Capo, Carm, Carmela, Carmela Soprano, Catholic, Charmaine, Charmaine Buco, Chase, Christopher, Christopher Moltisanti, College, David Chase, David Proval, Dominic Chianese, Dr. Jennifer Melfi, Drea de Matteo, Drinkwater, Edie Falco, Elliot, Farts, Father Phil, FBI, Frank Renzulli, Furio, Gandolfini, Gangster, Goomar, Grasso, HBO, Hesh, Irena, Italian, Italy, iTunes, Jacket, James Gandolfini, Janice, Janice Soprano, Jersey, John Patterson, Johnny Sac, Junior, Junior Soprano, Livia, Livia Soprano, Lorraine Bracco, Mafia, Meadow, Meadow Soprano, Melfi, Michael Imperioli, Mob, Mobster, movies, Nancy Marchand, New Jersey, Paulie, Philosophy, Podcast, Podcasts, Priest, Psychiatrist, Psychiatry, Pussy, rat, Richie, Richie Aprile, Season 2, Sil, Silvio, Silvio Dante, Skip, Soprano, Sopranos, Steven Van Zandt, Stripers, T, The Sopranos, The Sopranos Show, The Sopranos Show Podcast, Tony, Tony Sirico, Tony Soprano, TSSPodcast, wire, wiretap, Wired, The Many Saints of Newark, prequel, movie, GiGi, Patsy, Feds, Svetlana, Russian, Ralphie, Ralph Cifarreto, Jackie Jr., Gloria Trillo, Gloria, Rosalie Aprile, Rosalie, Deborah, Danielle, Agent Deborah, Ginny Sac, Ginny, Apple Podcasts, Dwight Harris, No-Show, no-work, Maureen Van Zandt, Maureen, interview, Valentina La Paz, Valentina, Pie-O-My, horse, Stables, fire, goat, Joe Pantoliano, Eloise, Finn, New York, Carmine Lupertazzi, Lil’ Carmine, Carmine, Whitecaps, Shakespeare, Macbeth, Feech La Manna, Tony Blundetto, Frank Vincent, Steve Buscemi, Phil Leotardo, Robert Loggia, Executive Game, Vito, Kevin, Kevin Finnerty, Finnerty, Kingman, Coma, coma, gunshot, Costa Mesa, Gavin, Hannibal, Gavin Bowen, Hannibal Deiz, Vito Spataphore, Michael Gandolfini, Nucci, Dottie, Wallet Biopsy, The Godfather, The Godfather Part 2, Goodfellas, Godfather, Johnny Cakes, Jim, New Hampshire, Acting Boss, Jamba Juice, Kelli, Kelli Moltisanti, wine, Butch, Season 6A, Season 6, Episode 12, Kaisha, Rat, Heroine, Behavioral Therapy, Philosophical, chase, Sir Ben Kingsley, Finale, Veal Parm, Fat DomComment
S5:E12 - Long Term Parking
 
 

Gavin and Hannibal work their way through an episode that no true ‘Sopranos’ fan will ever forget. This is the one where they get back together. This is the one where a new King of New York is crowned. This is the one where she dies. This is ‘Long Term Parking,’ and it’s the ultimate penultimate season chapter. Your hosts break down the rapid fire plot developments that lead to Chris and Ade’s moment of truth, and how that moment is a conclusive statement on our main characters’ twisted pursuit of the American dream.

TV & Film, Recap, TV Drama, ReviewGavin BowenAdriana, Adriana La Cerva, Agent Harris, AJ, Allen Coulter, Anthony Junior, Artie, Artie Buco, assassination, Bada Bing, Barb, Barbara Soprano, Beansie, Belivaqua, Big Pussy, Bobby Baccala, Boss, Burgess, Capo, Carm, Carmela, Carmela Soprano, Catholic, Charmaine, Charmaine Buco, Chase, Christopher, Christopher Moltisanti, College, David Chase, David Proval, Dominic Chianese, Dr. Jennifer Melfi, Drea de Matteo, Drinkwater, Edie Falco, Elliot, Farts, Father Phil, FBI, Frank Renzulli, Furio, Gandolfini, Gangster, Goomar, Grasso, HBO, Hesh, Irena, Italian, Italy, iTunes, Jacket, James Gandolfini, Janice, Janice Soprano, Jersey, John Patterson, Johnny Sac, Junior, Junior Soprano, Livia, Livia Soprano, Lorraine Bracco, Mafia, Meadow, Meadow Soprano, Melfi, Michael Imperioli, Mob, Mobster, movies, Nancy Marchand, New Jersey, Paulie, Philosophy, Podcast, Podcasts, Priest, Psychiatrist, Psychiatry, Pussy, rat, Richie, Richie Aprile, Season 2, Sil, Silvio, Silvio Dante, Skip, Soprano, Sopranos, Steven Van Zandt, Stripers, T, The Sopranos, The Sopranos Show, The Sopranos Show Podcast, Tony, Tony Sirico, Tony Soprano, TSSPodcast, wire, wiretap, Wired, The Many Saints of Newark, prequel, movie, GiGi, Patsy, Feds, Svetlana, Russian, Ralphie, Ralph Cifarreto, Jackie Jr., Gloria Trillo, Gloria, Rosalie Aprile, Rosalie, Deborah, Danielle, Agent Deborah, Ginny Sac, Ginny, Apple Podcasts, Dwight Harris, No-Show, no-work, Maureen Van Zandt, Maureen, interview, Valentina La Paz, Valentina, Pie-O-My, horse, Stables, fire, goat, Joe Pantoliano, Eloise, Finn, New York, Carmine Lupertazzi, Lil’ Carmine, Carmine, Whitecaps, Shakespeare, Macbeth, Feech La Manna, Tony Blundetto, Frank Vincent, Steve Buscemi, Phil Leotardo, Robert Loggia, Executive Game, Long Term Parking, Episode 12, Season 5, Go Fuck Yourself, The Godfather, Heroine, warrant, Joey Peeps, Sea, Behavioral Therapy, Peeps, The Crazy Horse, Vito, Matush, Lorraine Calluzzo, Wiretap, goodbye, Adrianna, goombahComment
S4:E12 - Eloise

Gavin and Hannibal interpret this episode as a story of heartbreak... and its consequences. Carmela without warning loses the love of someone very close, and Paulie unexpectedly finds that a friendship he depended on isn’t quite what he thought it was. Your hosts call attention to the many funny, suspenseful and even tragic moments that define another typically strong script from Terence Winter. ‘Eloise’ is special for delivering the traditional penultimate episode of the season fireworks... but in a much quieter and menacing way than usual.

TV & Film, TV Drama, Recap, ReviewGavin BowenAdriana, Adriana La Cerva, Agent Harris, AJ, Allen Coulter, Anthony Junior, Artie, Artie Buco, assassination, Bada Bing, Barb, Barbara Soprano, Beansie, Belivaqua, Big Pussy, Bobby Baccala, Boss, Burgess, Capo, Carm, Carmela, Carmela Soprano, Catholic, Charmaine, Charmaine Buco, Chase, Christopher, Christopher Moltisanti, College, David Chase, David Proval, Dominic Chianese, Dr. Jennifer Melfi, Drea de Matteo, Drinkwater, Edie Falco, Elliot, Farts, Father Phil, FBI, Frank Renzulli, Furio, Gandolfini, Gangster, Goomar, Grasso, HBO, Hesh, Irena, Italian, Italy, iTunes, Jacket, James Gandolfini, Janice, Janice Soprano, Jersey, John Patterson, Johnny Sac, Junior, Junior Soprano, Livia, Livia Soprano, Lorraine Bracco, Mafia, Meadow, Meadow Soprano, Melfi, Michael Imperioli, Mob, Mobster, movies, Nancy Marchand, New Jersey, Paulie, Philosophy, Podcast, Podcasts, Priest, Psychiatrist, Psychiatry, Pussy, rat, Richie, Richie Aprile, Season 2, Sil, Silvio, Silvio Dante, Skip, Soprano, Sopranos, Steven Van Zandt, Stripers, T, The Sopranos, The Sopranos Show, The Sopranos Show Podcast, Tony, Tony Sirico, Tony Soprano, TSSPodcast, wire, wiretap, Wired, The Many Saints of Newark, prequel, movie, GiGi, Patsy, Feds, Svetlana, Russian, Ralphie, Ralph Cifarreto, Jackie Jr., Gloria Trillo, Gloria, Rosalie Aprile, Rosalie, Deborah, Danielle, Agent Deborah, Ginny Sac, Ginny, Apple Podcasts, Dwight Harris, No-Show, no-work, Maureen Van Zandt, Maureen, interview, Valentina La Paz, Valentina, Pie-O-My, horse, Stables, fire, goat, Joe Pantoliano, Eloise, Finn, New York, Carmine Lupertazzi, Lil’ Carmine, Carmine, Episode 12, Season 4Comment
S2:E12 - The Knight In White Satin Armor

This legendary episode is a storytelling masterclass that should probably be in everyone’s top five. Gavin and Hannibal praise the excellent use of music in the opening and closing scenes, the show’s Shakespearean overtones, and the unpredictable twist in the closing act which offers this simple tip: “don’t hit Janice.”