- All Due Respect
All Due Respect is a Sopranos blog / website made by a Sopranos fan for people who miss the show and want to look further into the 86 episodes.
Our goal is to rewatch & relive the entire Sopranos series & to blog about it, one episode at a time.
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Please beware that each & every post may contain Sopranos spoilers.
- Season 2
Currently we are rewatching & blogging The Soprano's season two episodes.
Big Pussy & Richie Aprile are about to give Tony Soprano some major headaches. Add in the fact that Janice Soprano returns to New Jersey and the panic attacks are sure to return.
Rewatch the second season of The Sopranos with us!
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Episode Guide : Season 2
Full Leather Jacket opens up with a great tune, Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty. Suddenly we’re having dinner with The Soprano family. Usually the family dinner scenes take place anyplace in an episode besides the first scene, which feels a little bit out of place. Speaking out ‘out of place’, the leather jacket that Richie Aprile gives to Tony Soprano, looks so out of place on Tony, it’s not even funny. Okay, maybe it’s funny to us, but definitely not to Tony and Richie. The episode title references the jacket, Full Leather Jacket, which is a play on words from the 1987 Stanley Kubrick film, Full Metal Jacket.
Episode Guide : Season 2
Just when we thought Christopher Moltisanti was done with Hollywood, they pull him back in; Christopher & Adriana join Chris’s cousin Gregory Moltisanti and his fiancée Amy Safir for some drinks in the city. Amy works for Jon Favreau (who plays himself in this episode) and they are both interested in reading Christopher’s movie script. A few episodes prior, the writers had us thinking that Christopher was through with big screen distractions, however he now wants to dive back in. The Sopranos writers were always great at delivering diversions like that.