When Belzer says Tony doesn't get whacked early on in the interview, it is the context that that he is not seen getting killed.turangawaewae wrote:Chase doesn't correct the interviewer when he says Tony doesn't get whacked in the final scene. What does that mean??
He does suggest that this mundane scene is full of portentousness, especially Meadow's attempts at parking the car.
However he seems to be more than aware that something foreboding is meant to occur even though the viewer never witnesses a hit. This is when Chase "spills the beans" as to why we do not see Tony getting hit. Bobby's observation and the earlier scene with Silvio at the restraurant are clear hints as to what happened to Tony.
The JFK comment is more revealing as the interviewer realises what was Chase's intent. I don't think Chase corrected him there.