Mother's Day

1983, TV Show

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We're mesmerized by these mobsters

It started with a bang: Uncle Junior popping Tony in a fit of dementia. But most of the fireworks in this brilliant sixth season of The Sopranos have been more emotional than visceral, a psychologically riveting study of the corruption (of soul and spirit) that taints anyone within whacking distance.

That long list includes poor Gene, the hit man who hanged himself; hapless Artie Bucco, whose restaurant and psyche are in tatters; jailed Johnny Sack, whose daughter's wedding ended in his tearful public humiliation and loss of esteem; and Tony's delinquent son A.J., who can't live up to anyone's expectations and whose attempted revenge hit on Junior was truly pathetic (the kid can't even vomit like a man).

"It's not in your nature," Tony told A.J. in one of the season's many wrenching scenes of anguish and regret.

Not that there hasn't been comic rel  Read Full Article

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Season 3, Episode 22
It's a Mother's Day to remember as Burt and Barney take a road trip to Maw Maw's childhood home and discover that her mother may still be alive.

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Free | Military Channel Aired: 1/30/2009

Greetings from SSGT Wheeler, PFC Engstrom, 1LT Dunlap and others.

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Season 2, Episode 20
The queen can't help trying to figure out what Little Princess is giving her for Mother's Day, but even the princess isn't sure what it is.

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Subscription | Netflix Aired: 1/1/2001

Season 6, Episode 22
Debra takes offense when Marie accuses her of being rude, and the two women wind up fighting and not speaking to each other.

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Criminally Good
We're mesmerized by these mobsters

It started with a bang: Uncle Junior popping Tony in a fit of dementia. But most of the fireworks in this brilliant sixth season of The Sopranos have been more emotional than visceral, a psychologically riveting study of the corruption (of soul and spirit) that taints anyone within whacking distance. That long list includes poor Gene, the hit man who hanged himself; hapless Artie Bucco, whose restaurant and psyche are in tatters; jailed Johnny Sack, whose daughter's wedding ended in his tearful public humiliation and loss of esteem; and Tony's delinquent son A.J., who can't live up to anyone's expectations and whose attempted revenge hit on Junior was truly pathetic (the kid can't even vomit like a man). "It's not in your nature," Tony told A.J. in one of the season's many wrenching scenes of anguish and regret. Not that there hasn't been comic rel read more

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Premiered: 1983, on Lifetime
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Premise: A daytime magazine show focusing on parenting issues.

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