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Old 06-04-2006, 11:40 PM   #241
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I thought for sure Christopher was going to get it walking out of the restaurant with the real estate chick. Hopefully next season, because he's such a tired character to me.

The next few months are going to take for-ev-er....
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Phil's little weasel, at the hospital room door with his arms crossed; I don't like him, watch out....
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Everything went the exact opposite of where I thought it would go, with the exception of Christopher and Juliana.

I thought it was a great episode but the ending was a little strange to me.
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Phil's little weasel, at the hospital room door with his arms crossed; I don't like him, watch out....


agreed.

i noticed how they emphasized the height difference.

did he remind anyone else of Ralphie?
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Old 06-05-2006, 10:33 AM   #245
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I thought the show was really good but I hated the ending. I expected more of a cliff hanger right at the end.
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Phil's little weasel, at the hospital room door with his arms crossed; I don't like him, watch out....
Just watched the episode last night...

Didn't like Phil's little weasel either - didn't he say something to Tony too when he left Phil's room? The word foreshadowing came to mind...

I kept waiting for something to happen or for something to happen at the end, but it never did. Christmas at the Sopranos, everything peaceful...
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The calm before the storm...

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I kept waiting for something to happen or for something to happen at the end, but it never did. Christmas at the Sopranos, everything peaceful...


and Carmela realizing that all she has, really, is a very nice house.

bought with blood.

i really wonder where her character is going to go. i was devastated that she dropped the P.I. investigation into Adriana's "disappearance" thing so quickly when her spec house thing came through.

i thought that could have been a really interesting plotline to follow.

can you imagine the trauma if she finds out that Tony had her killed?
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I thought it was odd to have a Christmas ending. Am I crazy or don't TV shows generally follow the seasons in which they're being aired? I guess I hadn't noticed it was even winter on the Sopranos. I, too, was waiting for a dramatic ending but overall thought it was a great episode. In fact, the ending was sort of cool in that it was so unexpected and surreal, the happy cozy seasons greetings violent family by the fireplace (there was a fireplace, wasn't there? lol)
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I thought it was odd to have a Christmas ending. Am I crazy or don't TV shows generally follow the seasons in which they're being aired? I guess I hadn't noticed it was even winter on the Sopranos.

I think it's because the final season is scheduled to start in January 2007...it faded out on Christmas and will resume at the New Year. Just a guess
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http://www.cnn.com/2006/SHOWBIZ/TV/0...eut/index.html
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I believe this is an update... to the post above...


Reuters News

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"Sopranos" gets four more to sign on for final episodes
Thursday June 29 1:18 AM ET


Four more key cast members of HBO's "The Sopranos" -- Lorraine Bracco, Aida Turturro, Robert Iler and Jamie-Lynn Sigler -- have deals in place or are close to deals to appear in the mob drama's final eight episodes.

Still holding out are Tony Sirico, Steven Van Zandt and Steven Schirripa, with Schirripa looking likely to have a new deal before the show's first table read, now scheduled for July 6.

Bracco, Turturro, Iler and Sigler all are said to have received substantial salary bumps.



Bracco, who plays Tony Soprano's (James Gandolfini) psychiatrist, Jennifer Melfi, is looking at $220,000-$230,000 per episode for the last batch of episodes, and Turturro, who plays Soprano's sister Janice, is getting $130,000-$140,000 per episode, sources said.

The new salary range for Iler and Sigler, who play Soprano's children, AJ and Meadow, is understood to be $110,000-$120,000 per episode.

While stars Gandolfini and Edie Falco inked new deals this year, it has been down-to-the-wire renegotiations for all "Sopranos" supporting actors, with all of them -- including Michael Imperioli, Vincent Curatola and John Ventimiglia -- reaching agreements to continue on the show within the past month.

The cast renegotiations stem from HBO's decision last summer to extend the sixth season of the Emmy-winning series from 13 to 20 episodes -- 12 to air this year and eight in 2007.

Sirico and Van Zandt, who have been mainstays of the show since its launch in 1999, took a firm stance early in the renegotiations process, sticking together and asking for $200,000 an episode, more than double their most recent fee.

With the two on the verge of leaving the show, "Sopranos" star Gandolfini got on the phone with them during the weekend.

After another round of back-and-forth between HBO and the actors' reps in the past few days, the two sides are closer on the money but still far from a deal, sources said.

A departure of Van Zandt and especially Sirico would have a serious effect on the creative direction of the show in its final stretch, in light of major revelations about Sirico's character, Paulie Walnuts, in recent episodes: His aunt is actually his mother, his father is unknown, and he has prostate cancer.

Reps for Bracco, Turturro, Iler and Sigler declined or couldn't be reached for comment on Wednesday.

Bob McGowan of McGowan Management, who manages Sirico and Van Zandt, declined comment.

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter
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I refuse to watch if there's no Sil or Paulie Walnuts.
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