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(History Channel)   On this day in 2007 the Sopranos   (history.com) divider line
    More: Misc, The Sopranos, New Jersey, series finale of HBO, show's third season, big screen, New York Times, David Chase, Alessandra Stanley  
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2021-06-10 11:10:40 AM  
It was a genius ending and if you were watching the show, David Chase was planting clues on how it was all going to end.

Fight me.
 
2021-06-10 11:55:19 AM  

Sorelian's Ghost: It was a genius ending and if you were watching the show, David Chase was planting clues on how it was all going to end.

Fight me.


Why would I fight someone who is clearly mentally disabled?

/I keed
//but the ending blew floppy donkey dick
 
2021-06-10 11:56:03 AM  

Sorelian's Ghost: It was a genius ending and if you were watching the show, David Chase was planting clues on how it was all going to end.


I bet you AND your mom like Chicago pizza too.
 
2021-06-10 12:01:38 PM  
MADtv Sopranos on PAX TV
Youtube qqE7ZxH7BJE
 
2021-06-10 12:43:13 PM  

Sorelian's Ghost: It was a genius ending and if you were watching the show, David Chase was planting clues on how it was all going to end.

Fight me.


calm down.
 
2021-06-10 12:43:15 PM  
The Smoke Monster got him.
 
2021-06-10 12:47:51 PM  

SpectroBoy: Sorelian's Ghost: It was a genius ending and if you were watching the show, David Chase was planting clues on how it was all going to end.

Fight me.

Why would I fight someone who is clearly mentally disabled?

/I keed
//but the ending blew floppy donkey dick


Huh? It was perfect. Or were you one of those unfortunate people who's cable cut out at the last scene? That must have sucked pretty bad.
 
2021-06-10 12:53:58 PM  
The Sopranos 6.13 - "You probably don't even hear it when it happens, right?"
Youtube _RHvYRU2Aow
 
2021-06-10 12:55:01 PM  

time is tight: [Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/qqE7ZxH7​BJE]


Will Sasso is an international treasure
 
2021-06-10 1:05:12 PM  
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Don't listen to Sorelian...he don't know nothin'.
 
2021-06-10 1:20:46 PM  

Subtonic: SpectroBoy: Sorelian's Ghost: It was a genius ending and if you were watching the show, David Chase was planting clues on how it was all going to end.

Fight me.

Why would I fight someone who is clearly mentally disabled?

/I keed
//but the ending blew floppy donkey dick

Huh? It was perfect. Or were you one of those unfortunate people who's cable cut out at the last scene? That must have sucked pretty bad.


You mean they didn't just sit there eating for the rest of time?!?!
 
2021-06-10 1:24:40 PM  
Not every series finale has to be a long, drawn-out affair with former cast members coming back and tearful apologies/confessions, all wrapped up with a nice "it was the friends we made along the way" bow.

Tony Soprano was a mobster, and the show's ending is the ending that usually comes for mobsters. He got whacked. People who criticize the last episode don't quite understand, I don't think, that he wasn't going to ride off into the sunset with Carmela and live to the ripe old age of 100, surrounded by great-grandkids. I always want to ask these folks what kind of ending they thought they were getting.
 
2021-06-10 1:45:36 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Not every series finale has to be a long, drawn-out affair with former cast members coming back and tearful apologies/confessions, all wrapped up with a nice "it was the friends we made along the way" bow.

Tony Soprano was a mobster, and the show's ending is the ending that usually comes for mobsters. He got whacked. People who criticize the last episode don't quite understand, I don't think, that he wasn't going to ride off into the sunset with Carmela and live to the ripe old age of 100, surrounded by great-grandkids. I always want to ask these folks what kind of ending they thought they were getting.


IMHO, there are people who will biatch about ANY ending....doesn't matter how well it's pulled off or how truthful it is to the rest of the show/series.

And is it just me, or do people have a weird obsession with how shows end?
 
2021-06-10 2:00:04 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Not every series finale has to be a long, drawn-out affair with former cast members coming back and tearful apologies/confessions, all wrapped up with a nice "it was the friends we made along the way" bow.

Tony Soprano was a mobster, and the show's ending is the ending that usually comes for mobsters. He got whacked. People who criticize the last episode don't quite understand, I don't think, that he wasn't going to ride off into the sunset with Carmela and live to the ripe old age of 100, surrounded by great-grandkids. I always want to ask these folks what kind of ending they thought they were getting.


Hey, it worked for Steve Martin in "My Blue Heaven".
 
2021-06-10 2:09:49 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Not every series finale has to be a long, drawn-out affair with former cast members coming back and tearful apologies/confessions, all wrapped up with a nice "it was the friends we made along the way" bow.

Tony Soprano was a mobster, and the show's ending is the ending that usually comes for mobsters. He got whacked. People who criticize the last episode don't quite understand, I don't think, that he wasn't going to ride off into the sunset with Carmela and live to the ripe old age of 100, surrounded by great-grandkids. I always want to ask these folks what kind of ending they thought they were getting.


???? We wanted to see the killing!!!!!!
 
2021-06-10 2:10:39 PM  

Hawk24: Coco LaFemme: Not every series finale has to be a long, drawn-out affair with former cast members coming back and tearful apologies/confessions, all wrapped up with a nice "it was the friends we made along the way" bow.

Tony Soprano was a mobster, and the show's ending is the ending that usually comes for mobsters. He got whacked. People who criticize the last episode don't quite understand, I don't think, that he wasn't going to ride off into the sunset with Carmela and live to the ripe old age of 100, surrounded by great-grandkids. I always want to ask these folks what kind of ending they thought they were getting.

IMHO, there are people who will biatch about ANY ending....doesn't matter how well it's pulled off or how truthful it is to the rest of the show/series.

And is it just me, or do people have a weird obsession with how shows end?


??? No. fark. That. No show or movie should be doing this vague fade to Black crap.
 
2021-06-10 2:12:33 PM  

Coco LaFemme: I always want to ask these folks what kind of ending they thought they were getting.


They thought they would see Tony die, or see him get away with it. The ending we got strongly implies the former, but it was conveyed so abstractly that almost no one understood it on first viewing.
 
2021-06-10 2:14:28 PM  
I always th out they whacked the audience, we know too much. Also I liked how they made the FBI and US Attorneys just as morally bankrupt as the mobsters.
 
2021-06-10 2:30:09 PM  
The ending is much better years removed than it was at the time, when I panicked that my GD crappy cable cut out in the middle of the episode.  After years of complaining, reflecting and debating, it seems much more palatable.  And because of that, I think I have to say it was a pretty darn good ending.
 
2021-06-10 2:50:36 PM  
It was a fantastic ending. Opinions to the contrary are ill-formed.
 
2021-06-10 3:09:45 PM  
He lived. Sorry gais.
 
2021-06-10 3:19:23 PM  

waxbeans: Hawk24: Coco LaFemme: Not every series finale has to be a long, drawn-out affair with former cast members coming back and tearful apologies/confessions, all wrapped up with a nice "it was the friends we made along the way" bow.

Tony Soprano was a mobster, and the show's ending is the ending that usually comes for mobsters. He got whacked. People who criticize the last episode don't quite understand, I don't think, that he wasn't going to ride off into the sunset with Carmela and live to the ripe old age of 100, surrounded by great-grandkids. I always want to ask these folks what kind of ending they thought they were getting.

IMHO, there are people who will biatch about ANY ending....doesn't matter how well it's pulled off or how truthful it is to the rest of the show/series.

And is it just me, or do people have a weird obsession with how shows end?

??? No. fark. That. No show or movie should be doing this vague fade to Black crap.


It wasn't vague and it wasn't a fade to black. Other than that, spot on.
 
2021-06-10 3:38:41 PM  

Hawk24: waxbeans: Hawk24: Coco LaFemme: Not every series finale has to be a long, drawn-out affair with former cast members coming back and tearful apologies/confessions, all wrapped up with a nice "it was the friends we made along the way" bow.

Tony Soprano was a mobster, and the show's ending is the ending that usually comes for mobsters. He got whacked. People who criticize the last episode don't quite understand, I don't think, that he wasn't going to ride off into the sunset with Carmela and live to the ripe old age of 100, surrounded by great-grandkids. I always want to ask these folks what kind of ending they thought they were getting.

IMHO, there are people who will biatch about ANY ending....doesn't matter how well it's pulled off or how truthful it is to the rest of the show/series.

And is it just me, or do people have a weird obsession with how shows end?

??? No. fark. That. No show or movie should be doing this vague fade to Black crap.

It wasn't vague and it wasn't a fade to black. Other than that, spot on.


They have ADMIYYED to leaving it vague in case they decided to do a movie later.
Guessing that ain't so likely now.
 
2021-06-10 3:42:09 PM  

Coco LaFemme: Not every series finale has to be a long, drawn-out affair with former cast members coming back and tearful apologies/confessions, all wrapped up with a nice "it was the friends we made along the way" bow.

Tony Soprano was a mobster, and the show's ending is the ending that usually comes for mobsters. He got whacked. People who criticize the last episode don't quite understand, I don't think, that he wasn't going to ride off into the sunset with Carmela and live to the ripe old age of 100, surrounded by great-grandkids. I always want to ask these folks what kind of ending they thought they were getting.


They're the ones who named their daughters Daenerys.
 
2021-06-10 3:57:25 PM  
I didn't love the ending, but then again, I've never any ending to a show I was really into.

I would say the best was Star Trek TNG, but its kind of cheating because that show was episodic and didn't need to wrap up huge plot points.

People say Breaking Bad was the best, and it probably was, but even that felt a little hollow to me.
 
2021-06-10 4:31:10 PM  

Magnanimous_J: I didn't love the ending, but then again, I've never any ending to a show I was really into.

I would say the best was Star Trek TNG, but its kind of cheating because that show was episodic and didn't need to wrap up huge plot points.

People say Breaking Bad was the best, and it probably was, but even that felt a little hollow to me.


Breaking Bad
Seinfeld
Newhart
Mad Men
Mash
The Good Place

Good endings are not impossible, just kind of rare.
 
2021-06-10 6:00:41 PM  

SpectroBoy: Magnanimous_J: I didn't love the ending, but then again, I've never any ending to a show I was really into.

I would say the best was Star Trek TNG, but its kind of cheating because that show was episodic and didn't need to wrap up huge plot points.

People say Breaking Bad was the best, and it probably was, but even that felt a little hollow to me.

Breaking Bad
Seinfeld
Newhart
Mad Men
Mash
The Good Place

Good endings are not impossible, just kind of rare.


Six Feet Under. Cried like a biatch.
 
2021-06-10 6:45:28 PM  

SpectroBoy: Magnanimous_J: I didn't love the ending, but then again, I've never any ending to a show I was really into.

I would say the best was Star Trek TNG, but its kind of cheating because that show was episodic and didn't need to wrap up huge plot points.

People say Breaking Bad was the best, and it probably was, but even that felt a little hollow to me.

Breaking Bad
Seinfeld
Newhart
Mad Men
Mash
The Good Place

Good endings are not impossible, just kind of rare.


Where did you misspell Babylon 5?
 
2021-06-10 6:57:10 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: SpectroBoy: Magnanimous_J: I didn't love the ending, but then again, I've never any ending to a show I was really into.

I would say the best was Star Trek TNG, but its kind of cheating because that show was episodic and didn't need to wrap up huge plot points.

People say Breaking Bad was the best, and it probably was, but even that felt a little hollow to me.

Breaking Bad
Seinfeld
Newhart
Mad Men
Mash
The Good Place

Good endings are not impossible, just kind of rare.

Where did you misspell Babylon 5?


Good catch
 
2021-06-10 7:45:29 PM  
Dexter did it right.
 
2021-06-10 10:13:55 PM  

SpectroBoy: OtherLittleGuy: SpectroBoy: Magnanimous_J: I didn't love the ending, but then again, I've never any ending to a show I was really into.

I would say the best was Star Trek TNG, but its kind of cheating because that show was episodic and didn't need to wrap up huge plot points.

People say Breaking Bad was the best, and it probably was, but even that felt a little hollow to me.

Breaking Bad
Seinfeld
Newhart
Mad Men
Mash
The Good Place

Good endings are not impossible, just kind of rare.

Where did you misspell Babylon 5?

Good catch


The Shield
 
2021-06-11 3:48:48 AM  

Sorelian's Ghost: It was a genius ending and if you were watching the show, David Chase was planting clues on how it was all going to end.

Fight me.


Yup.


HBO pudding off fanboi for many, many years.
 
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