Loc: Lancaster PA USA
<OL><B>"i heard the ending described as lazy elsewhere. "</B></OL>If you think that was bad, just imagine the scrambling the <I>LOST</I> writers are going to have to do to come up with some sort of wrap-up for that show.<br><br>The way I figure it, they'll all be so damned fatigued from trying to be mysterious that the ending will probably be:<OL>"…and then the entire universe exploded. BUT! in the waning, crackling noise following the cataclysm one lone sound could be heard as a whisper in the void: <I>"Emily! I just had the strangest revelation while sleeping in the shower! The Dallas-based Dharma Project is a Rosebud variety made out of people, and you blew it up you damned dirty apes! Where's Logan? He's scheduled for belly-button replacement plastic surgery"</I><br><br>
Well, if that's OPTION #4<br><br>I vote for Option #4!<br><br>My heart was pounding like a bastard!<br>I thought it'd stopped when the screen went blanc.<br><br>Brilliant to not run the familiar exit tunes...<br>It gave your brain time to make all the connections in the<br>last remaining seconds before the credits silently rolled.<br><br><br>Sorry if many viewers were unsatisfied to not have gotten <br>the anticipated lurid bloodbath, but I was satisfied that life<br>would just go on. "...and on and on and on." -Journey<br><br>P.S.<br>I'm sorry Bobby "bought it" ...he was a sweet guy. <br><br>[color:white].</font color=white><br>
Loc: United States
It's not that I was hoping for a bloodbath, but if 'life goes on' for the Sopranos, I'd like to know for sure, not have to guess about it.<br><br>If there were a 'next season' or a movie in the works, you wouldn't be hearing such an uproar - but to have a blank screen be the payoff for a show with a nearly 10-year run is, like others have said, lazy.<br><br><br><br>
<br>mmmmmm maybe I'm too close to these people<br>(living where it's not only set, but filmed as well)<br>I know my share of "Family" connected families...<br><br>they're real people <br><br>Having moved from North Arlington to Bloomfield,<br>I've lost touch with a lot of the people I'd met while<br>I lived there... and ya' know what? I DON'T KNOW<br>WHAT HAPPENED TO MOST OF THEM<br><br>Thaz life! <br>When you sever your connection to people you've <br>known, they become sort of "frozen in time". <br>Kind of a snap shot of the last time you saw them.<br><br><br>[color:white].</font color=white><br>
Tony gave us the ending with the of the turn of the songs on a show with a "almost extinct" diner Jukebox "the movie never ends, it goes on and on and on and on''<br> Perfection is right!!! Imagination is a wonderful thing.....the possibilities are endless!!!<br><br> One reason why birds and horses are not unhappy is<br>because they are not trying to impress other birds and horses. <br>Dale Carnegie
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
I really hope that The Sopranos enjoys a lo-o-o-ng run in syndication.<br><br>I've never had HBO, and have only seen 5 or 6 episodes in their original form, so I really can't complain about missing any gratuitous language or graphic imagery. As far as I can tell, the producers planned ahead for the edting that would be needed for syndication, and the real meat of the series hasn't been horribly compromised.<br><br>That said, I really enjoy picking up on the finer points of character development and story arcs, and I'd continue to watch the reruns any time I can. I've been doing the same thing with NYPD Blue for years.<br><br>
LOL I never saw a single episode of "Seinfeld"<br>until it was all over. It took me about 10 mins.<br>to see what all my friends had been raving<br>about all along! <br><br>I don't watch any commercial TV at all, and <br>sitcoms are generally W-A-Y down my list of<br>"must watch TV" ... I've still never seen ANY<br>so called "reality TV" but I did catch 2 eppies<br>od "American Idle" some time last year... <br>god! I thought I was gonna puke! whatever<br><br>[color:white].</font color=white><br>
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