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Old 05-23-2004, 01:10 PM   #21
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Pussy was bad. He went over to the good side.
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Holy shit.

Last night's episode more than made up for the entire season.


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Holy shit.

Last night's episode more than made up for the entire season.


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April....I know!!!
I wont spoil anything for anyone who hasn't seen it....but holy fookin crap!
I know I should have seen it coming....but it was still shocking nonetheless. Dammit....nothing is safe in mafialand.
I won't say anymore about it....but I'm still in shock. WTF!
Things are really heating up between all the mob families. Something tells me one of the Sopranos are going to get it next.
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Old 05-24-2004, 02:34 PM   #24
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April....I know!!!
I wont spoil anything for anyone who hasn't seen it....but holy fookin crap!
I know I should have seen it coming....but it was still shocking nonetheless. Dammit....nothing is safe in mafialand.
I won't say anymore about it....but I'm still in shock. WTF!
Things are really heating up between all the mob families. Something tells me one of the Sopranos are going to get it next.

Silvio broke my little heart last night. I guess they need to every once in a while to show these guys aren't cuddly little mobsters.

PS - I have a stong feeling you're right.
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Old 05-24-2004, 02:49 PM   #25
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That's it! I'm not going to read this thread any further. Here in the Netherlands were still at season 3 (I guess, the one where Tony's mother plays such a prominent part in the beginning). In fact, it's on TV in about 80 minutes! but I don't want to read anymore about it.

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Silvio broke my little heart last night. I guess they need to every once in a while to show these guys aren't cuddly little mobsters.


OMG

That was really, really shocking...I just wanted to yell at the TV, "noooooooooo, don't get in the car!"

It made me really sad and uncomfortable
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That was one of the best episodes EVER.

I've watched it 3 times since it came on....

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OMG

That was really, really shocking...I just wanted to yell at the TV, "noooooooooo, don't get in the car!"

It made me really sad and uncomfortable

Seriously. I was screaming at the tv when it was happening.

If Paulie had done it, that would have been a little better, but not much.


PS - Did anyone catch them all on Letterman last night?
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That was one of the best episodes EVER.
It really was. The acting was brilliant. I have been a lukewarm fan since the beginning but Sunday night's episode was so incredible that I assumed it was the season finale. I was shocked when they then showed the previews for the actual season finale! It was just mindblowing friggin' fantastic acting.
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SPOILER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I just saw the encore presentation of Sunday's show. (crying)

I figured it would happen sooner or later, but not like that. I was actually fooled until the final turn into the woods. I thought they were actually going to the hospital.

My skin is still crawling at how wonderful she was as a human being, yet I'm satisfied that the writers aren't sugercoating what the mafia stands for. Never go against the family. They could have found a different scenerio, but that would have been a Hollywood ending, not indicative of the series and its history.

I guess I should have seen it coming when I read that De Mattaeo had signed on from that "Joey" sictom with Matt Le Blanc.
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(don't read this if you haven't seen the final episode)








I can't get over the fact that if Tony would have waited a couple of more days then he wouldn't have had to kill Tony B. since JS, Phil etc would have been behind bars.

It will be interesting to see how it unfolds next season. Maybe Tony will kill himself cause he won't get over the fact that he F***** over Tony B. for the second time,
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Ramblin' Rose: Great point. I didn't think about how his slaying of Tony B was so ironic. Nevertheless, the killed and would have been knocked off sooner or later. Those guys in prison would have held the grudge until the day they died. They'd make it happen...forget about it.

As for the surprise ending with everyone from the NY mob going to prison: Does this mean the Sopranos will branch out of smaller market of New Jersey? Will they be forced to downsize their operations in fear of similar treatment?

Man, this is going to be a great final season.
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