What’s Your “Sopranos” IQ?
The Sopranos. It was the seminal show in the cable series revolution and changed the way we watched television. Sure, it was violent and gritty, but it had a heart and delved into the motivations and justifications – warranted or not – of the criminal mind. So how much do you know about “The Sopranos”? Take our quiz and find out!
Let’s start at the beginning. Complete the lyric from the opening theme, “You woke up this morning, got yourself _______.”
- Some buns
- A son
- A gun
- A nun
We all know that Tony Soprano had some, er, emotional problems that he tried to deal with through therapy. What was the name of his therapist?
- Vivian Leigh
- Carson McCullers
- Jennifer Melfi
- Emmanuel Kant
Carmela had her own bouts of depression as well, one particularly deep one came after an ill-fated – but never consummated – romance with Furio Giunta. What happened to Furio?
- Tony had him killed
- He joined a rival family
- Fearing for his life, he returned to Naples
- He choked on a calzone
Tony was the boss of the DiMeo crime family and ran his operations from what Jersey strip club?
- The Bump-N-Grind
- The Boom-Boom Room
- The Tiger Tail
- The Bada Bing
Just like the actual Mafia, the show brought us some fantastic nicknames like “Hesh,” “Bacala,” and “Big Pussy.” One of the show’s most animated characters was soldier Paulie Gualtiero, who went by what?
- “Paulie Two Guns”
- “Paulie Walnuts”
- “Paulie Pizzas”
- “Paulie Raisins”
Why did Uncle Junior mistake Tony for Gennaro Malanga and shoot him?
- He was suffering from dementia
- He was drunk
- It was dark
- He’s a freakin’ moron
In a heartbreaking but necessary twist, how did Tony whack Christopher Moltisanti?
- He shot him
- He threw him down an elevator shaft
- He suffocated him
- He buried him in a pile of tracksuits
In another haunting moment, while out on his boat Tony, Sil and Paulie bump-off “Big Pussy” after finding out what about him?
- He was dealing heroin
- He was informing to the FBI
- He was skimming cash
- He was sleeping with Carmela
Silvio Dante, Tony’s right hand man, was known to entertain his crew by impersonating what movie gangster?
- Michael Corleone from The Godfather
- Jack Carter from Get Carter
- Ronald Kray from The Krays
- Wilson Fisk from Daredevil
What song played as the family was meeting at the diner and abruptly stopped as the screen went black, marking the end of the series?
- “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey
- “Black Betty” by Ram Jam
- “Dream On” by Aerosmith
- “That’s Amore” by Dean Martin