Johnny Sack, known as the New York underboss in the fourth season, wanted to kill Ralph, as he made a bad joke against his wife. He asked permission to terminate him, but was not given permission. The tension eventually cooled off, but later on Ralph was killed by Tony, as he believed Pie-O-My is killed by Ralph from a stable catastrophe.
Bobby Baccalieri and Janice had a romantic relationship, after Baccalieri’s wife death.
Christopher’s heroin addiction prompted his family and friends to bring him to a drug rehabilitation center.
Adriana befriended a woman, who turned out to be an FBI agent, and she immediately terminated the whole affair, but later on she was compelled to a become a federal informant.
Junior faced his RICO trial, but was later on declared as a mistrial.
|Episode No||Episode Name||Directed by||Air Date|
|Episode 40||"For All Debts Public and Private"||Allen Coulter||15-Sep-02|
|Episode 41||"No Show"||John Patterson||22-Sep-02|
|Episode 42||"Christopher"||Tim Van Patten||29-Sep-02|
|Episode 43||"The Weight"||Jack Bender||6-Oct-02|
|Episode 44||"Pie-O-My"||Henry J. Bronchtein||13-Oct-02|
|Episode 45||"Everybody Hurts"||Steve Buscemi||20-Oct-02|
|Episode 46||"Watching Too Much Television"||John Patterson||27-Oct-02|
|Episode 47||"Mergers and Acquisitions"||Dan Attias||3-Nov-02|
|Episode 48||"Whoever Did This"||Tim Van Patten||10-Nov-02|
|Episode 49||"The Strong, Silent Type"||Alan Taylor||17-Nov-02|
|Episode 50||"Calling All Cars"||Tim Van Patten||24-Nov-02|
|Episode 51||"Eloise"||James Hayman||1-Dec-02|
|Episode 52||"Whitecaps"||John Patterson||8-Dec-02|