it deserves a high rating because of the chrissy death. but it really got on me nerves after that. can't do with all the crying and mourning. picked up a little bit when he was in las vegas. it was not as good as last week
jonelikate wrote:I can't for the life of me figure out why, when Carm turned on the TV, it was showing an old interview with Dick Cavett (sp?) and Katharine Hepburn. Anyone know?
jonelikate wrote:Excuse me if this was already covered. I always like to figure out the connections between the storyline and what's on the Sopranos' television. I can't for the life of me figure out why, when Carm turned on the TV, it was showing an old interview with Dick Cavett (sp?) and Katharine Hepburn. Anyone know?
HitmanFurio wrote:A solid 9.
Chrissy is dealt with
and we see deeper
into Tony's soul.
dad1153 wrote:This much I know though: for Fly to question her loyalty to the Tony Soprano character's possibility for redemption (which, since its a possibility, should take into account the chances of Tony going either way) is a sign of just how far and dark Chase & Co. took the show (and all of us alongside with it) for the finale. Very much like the song/poem that opened Season 6A, we as viewers are caught into our version of hell as we watch our once-popular TV show tip-toe its way toward enlightened indifference toward conventional storytelling.
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