EVERYTHING IS EVERYTHING: And finally, a Sopranos episode for everyone. Family drama, humor, spirituality and metaphysics, whacking, shocking revelations . . . Paulie . . . I think it's clearer where they're going now, and I'm pretty psyched. To the comments.
edited to add: Sepinwall's review: "[I]f there's a character changing right here and now, it's Carmela. When she warned Tony about Vito, it was the first professional counsel she's offered him in the series. For her entire adult life, she's tried to enjoy the spoils of Tony's work while holding herself apart from it. But after she confessed to Dr. Melfi last week that she had no illusions about Tony's career -- and that she was attracted to that part of him in the first place -- maybe she's prepared to become less Kay Corleone and more Lady Macbeth."