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When notorious Mafia boss Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano returns home from prison, his New York, community is at a crossroads; the docuseries follows four families as they decide whether to cut their ties to organized crime or embrace its legacy.

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A shocking loss turns everyone's world upside down; Karen and Karina are faced with a tough decision about leaving Staten Island; CP reunites with his father as he gets out of prison.
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The crew heads up to the Poconos to get out of Staten Island, where Paulie and Karina's relationship is tested; Jess introduces Taylor and Joe to her new love interest; Gina continues on her path toward clearing her record.
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Joe learns his fate after his court date, while Billy meets Taylor's boyfriend for the first time. Karina's relationship with Paulie comes to a head after his jealousy hits an all-time high.
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Karen and the crew celebrate the grand opening of her restaurant, which includes an unexpected guest; Billy continues to make amends with Taylor and Joe; CP disappoints his family when he doesn't show up for his sister's birthday.
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Karina makes amends with her dad, which causes Dennie to reflect on her relationship with her own biological father; Karen and Ramona begin to butt heads at the restaurant; Jess is out of town and Joe begins to spiral out of control.
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Karen embarks on a journey from Staten Island to Arizona with her daughter Karina to visit her father, Sammy "The Bull" Gravano, after his release from prison; Jess attempts to let Billy back into Taylor and Joe's lives.

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