So after a relatively lackluster (read: boring) season opener, the Sopranos returned Sunday night with a new episode. Apparently trying to make up for lost time, or realizing that having Tony stare out over a lake practically the entire show probably wasn’t the best use of time, this episode took the opposite decided to cram a whole lot of stuff into the hour. And like an older sibling desperate for its parent’s attention, this episode overachieved in grandiose proportions. But if I had to choose between too much going on, like in this episode, or nothing going on, like in the last, I’ll take the too much going on every time.


Here’s the highlights of what you missed.