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You don't think, that as the viewing audience of a dramatic television show, that we're entitled to some sort of DRAMA when a series such as this wraps up?<br><br>I'm sorry but this isn't a reality show where 'life goes on' in the truest sense of the phrase, and that these people exist outside the focus of the camera. These are fictional characters, and *excuse* me if I'd like a nice little red bow on something I've invested so much time & energy into...<br><br>Like I said in my original post, there'd better be more to this for my screen to go blank & make me think the signal went out.<br><br>Hell, even a *fade* to black would have been more acceptable!! <br><br><br>
I wish I would have figured that out last night before my screen went blank , my guts were churning at that point....lol!! I have to admit they got me good as I wailed " What the hell ? " then the credits started to roll......<br><br>.<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
nup... guys in the dinner are indeed listed:<br>as Old Man, Afro Americans 1 & 2, Man in <br>sports jersey, Truck Driver, ...but no one <br>is listed as anyone's brother, nephew, or <br>"Cappo"...so it's back to Square1.<br><br>Tony is still about to face indictment over<br>the weapons charge w/hollow point ammo.<br><br>[color:white].</font color=white><br>
Here are some things I heard pointed out today. The man in the ball cap was the brother of a truck driver who was killed by Christopher and he was the one who had to identify the body. The man at the bar who went in the restroom was in an earlier episode as Phil's nephew. The song playing in the strip club(maybe from an earlier episode) was a Door's song with the lyric's: When the music is over, turn out the lights. The lyrics from the Dylan song, "It's all right ma, I have nothing to live up to" were as answer to the crritics who said David Chase never wrapped up anything. In an earlier episode, Tony says "You never see it coming, it just goes black"<br><br><br><br>
Common sense and deodorant are a lot alike. People who need it the most don't use it.
We finally got to the end of the Sopranos. Watched it from #1 to the end over the course of a few months. <br><br>And I finally get to read this thread! Great ending I thought. For me I think it ties back to when Tony and Bobby were in the boat and someone said that it goes black at the end. I think Tony got whacked and that's what he saw: it went black.<br><br>
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