“Notorious B.I.G” is a great episode from its use of music, to beginnings of Trish being part of the main gang, and the dire situation where everything is kicking up.
Despite starting off rather oddly, “The “G” in Guts” ends up in a very good place, capturing the interest of the viewer. The ending of the episode truly stresses how they must have the guts to move forward and take down Passione, no matter the risks.
Overall, “The Grateful Dead, Part 2” was full of plot holes and unanswered questions which can leave viewers upset. The voice acting for Pesci and the music certainly helped this be a more positive episode though, but we can’t ignore the amount of plot holes that don’t add up.
“Express Train To Florence” was a slower episode meant to build up to a fight between Mista and Prosciutto, but one that seems rather dull in comparison to what will be the actual match. It’s a solid episode, but not very well directed for the viewer’s enjoyment.
“Hitman’s Team” was an episode to be remembered as it showed us great animation and a fight that had classic 'Jojo' flair. It definitely was a winner and brought a bigger sense of urgency to Bucciarati’s gang and their mission.