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Tony Soprano juggles the problems of his fractious family with those of a "Family" of a different sort - the mob. He sees a therapist to deal with his professional and personal problems, which bring on panic attacks. He deals with personal and professional power struggles, affairs, violence, the threat of exposure and betrayal, and a whole bunch of people being whacked.

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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.
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Those closest to Tony find their allegiance tested; a case of mistaken identity has serious ramifications.
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Phil refuses Tony's offer of a compromise; AJ worries about the world and his future; an affront to Meadow angers Tony.
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Tensions rise between the New Jersey and New York families; Tony has a revelation; someone upstages Paulie.
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AJ struggles with depression; Kelli's father is the catalyst of a new feud between Christopher and Paulie.
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Tony has some bad luck; AJ makes a life-changing decision; Marie turns to Tony for help with her troubled son.
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Tony and Paulie head south to Florida to get away from brewing situations in Jersey. While there, Tony reflects on his relationship with Paulie. Meanwhile, Junior sets up a poker game at the institution.
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With the premiere of Christopher's Cleaver, Tony begins to think about his relationship with Christopher. Meanwhile, Johnny Sack has to deal with more bad news while in prison; Phil reflects on his family and himself.
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A gun dropped by Tony two years earlier has turned up in the hands of a teenager. While the local Jersey DA tries to make headlines by going after Tony, he and Carmela leave for the weekend to visit Bobby and Janice.
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Tony helps Carmela with her career; Chris picks up where Tony left off; A.J. receives a perk from work.
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Carmela begins to rethink her life after she goes out for a day with Rosalie. Meadow decides it's time to find a new place to live. Tony and the gang suddenly find themselves in a place they have never been before -- lacking funds.
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Tony leverages Johnny's misfortune into a domestic upgrade for Janice; a street gang attacks Bobby Bacala.
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Christopher makes an announcement; Paulie cuts costs at an Italian street fair; Tony embraces the old school.
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Tony decides to mull on a real estate deal. A.J. decides that he wants to expand his horizons. Vito is in awe of an act of bravery.
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A rival restaurant and a staff scandal jeopardize Artie's business; Christopher and Little Carmine pursue a new venture.
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Tony has some decisions to make. His first involves seeking out help from Italy to solve the local problem of Rusty, while his second decision involves whether or not to allow one of his top earners to have a second chance.
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Johnny Sack seeks permission from the prison to be released long enough to attend his daughter's wedding. Meanwhile, Tony thinks it it time to be on the lookout for some personal protection.
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No one is happy when it's revealed that Barone Sanitation has been put up for sale. Paulie has a family matter that turns his world upside down. Bobby decides to help out a hopeful rapper by helping him pad his resume.
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Silvio divides the spoils from Paulie's latest score; Carmela turns to an unexpected source for help with AJ; Christopher turns to an old writing acquaintance.
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Tony runs into some trouble on a business trip to the West Coast. Christopher decides to discuss terrorism with the FBI. Meanwhile, the New Jersey family ends up mourning the loss of another one of their associates.
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Tony ponders an associate's retirement request; Junior takes Tony on a backyard treasure hunt; Hesh seeks restitution for a wrong perpetrated against his son-in-law.

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