Lack of emotion in AJ ???????

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I don't know if this has been brought up, but when Tony and Carm came out of the counslers office, AJ was still there and a couple of classmates were killed in a car crash. Thats why Tony bought AJ the SUV because it was a "TANK". But what really caught my attention was when the counsler asked Carm how AJ was coping with the death of a classmate. She replied that he hasn't even mentioned it, so maybe AJ isn't bothered by death or he has a lack of feelings for others. Kind of like his Dad?

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#2
they did say that and maybe because of this and because of the same feelings he has as is father does maybe these are what really make him capable of surviving in the same world as his father does.

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#4
a good point, but honestly I don't know whether AJ could "survive" any better than his dad. Tony is tough and smart in his own way, but he has had some luck and some close calls in the past...plus he is really struggling with being in the mob life, just as AJ would. The question is: Is AJ as lucky as his Dad or will his luck run out like Jackie Jr's?

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#5
They should end next season (the final season) wil Tony dieing and AJ taking over for Tony. <img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/smile.gif ALT=":)"> <img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/tongue.gif ALT=":b">

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i'm suggesting AJ will follow his pa into the life, but an interesting quote to foreshadow each result would be from feech.."in my day, the son would get the job, unless he was a disabled".

brings to mind a quote from silvio, "i guess stupidity would be a disease.."

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<blockquote>Quote:<hr>They should end next season (the final season) wil Tony dieing and AJ taking over for Tony. <hr></blockquote>

If A.J. was to assume his father's position at the end of the six season as it has been suggested in the above quote it would require a great deal of character progression within the next two seasons. A.J. has not shown any indication of being able to garner not only the respect of those around him but he does not in anyway instill fear in people as Tony does. The amount of Character progression which would be required to achieve a total transformation in the perception of A.J. would require more time than the remaining two seasons. It is because of this fact that I do not see the six season climaxing with A.J. assuming Tony's position.<img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/devil.gif ALT=":evil">

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emotions

#9
For the most part, guys don't show their emotions as openly as girls. Plus, AJ might not have known the students that were killed. If there are 500+ students at his school, he's not going to be friends with everyone, especially underclassmen.

Then again, maybe he's just a cold hearted prick.

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