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James Gandolfini was 51. He was the actor who most famously portrayed Tony Soprano on the series "The Sopranos." When I listed my ten favourite television characters of all-time, Tony Soprano was there. It was a great character on a great show.
The CollegeHumor.com folks are on a roll. When it comes to original comedic content for the web, they're probably the top dogs right now. They call this clip "Ambiguous Endings Resolved". The final resolution is of The Sopranos and what happened to Tony Soprano after he looked up in
You know, I still think about it. Every once in a while I'll revisit the final diner scene from The Sopranos finale in my head. As I wrote when it first aired, at first the episode angered me, then I accepted it and quickly saw its beauty. I had to
I don't get a vote, but if I did I'd vote for Hillary in 2008. If you want to know why, watch this...
My favourite movies and television shows stick with me. Days after I've seen it, I'm still thinking about it. That's a sure sign I enjoyed myself. Once something I've seen bounces around in my head for a while, I'm a happy guy. On Saturday night I watched The Sopranos series
I had found peace with The Sopranos finale. I had closure. Tony and his family would live on without me, and I was okay with that. Now, I'm wondering if Tony in fact perished in the finale. Web sites like this are popping up all over the place. There's a
I share an MP3 from my collection every Wednesday. You have seven days to grab this week's MP3. Please right-click your mouse and select "Save Link As..." or "Save target as..." so you can download it to your PC before playing. Journey - Don't Stop Believin' Prior to Sunday night,
I intentionally waited a couple of days before writing this entry. Immediately following The Sopranos series finale on Sunday night I posted this entry which featured the song that played during the pivotal closing scene. In the comments, there was a discussion about the episode and I revealed some of
Here's Journey performing "Don't Stop Believin'". Those who know, know. Those who don't, don't. Don't stop.
June 10th has been circled on my calendar for a while and now that date has arrived. Tonight I'll be watching the series finale of "The Sopranos". Series finales can be tricky. Expectations are often pretty high and everyone's looking for some type of closure. The last time I said
For fun, I just read all the entries I wrote three years ago. What caught my eye was this entry about The Sopranos I wrote on June 6, 2004. The Sopranos Published June 6, 2004 @ 21:58 in TelevisionI just finished watching the season five finale of The Sopranos. Another
Awesome Sopranos episode tonight... damn I'm going to miss this series. Next Sunday at 9pm I'm unplugging all the phones and boarding up the windows. The end is here and there's no telling which way the wind is blowing. This is the end Beautiful friend This is the end My
We were treated to another strong episode last night, which leaves us with two more in the series. I have no idea how this is going to end, but I'd bet it ends badly for Tony. I'll miss Tony, but not like I'll miss Peter Paul Gualtieri. Peter Paul Gualtieri,
The Sopranos is half way done their final season. It's the home stretch with but four episodes remaining. As a long time fan, I must say I've been disappointed thus far this season. Everything that transpires seems to be a set-up or a red herring. There's little excitement, just build
Next Sunday is the beginning of the end. Last March I wrote about the two year wait for new episodes of The Sopranos, but we only got 12 of the final 20. Next Sunday we start the last eight episodes of this fabulous series. I recently ranked it #3 on
I don't watch a lot of television. I watch every Leaf game and any decent flicks that make their way to TMN, but not a lot of television proper. A couple of shows I do watch, "Rescue Me" and "Weeds", concluded their seasons this month leaving me with "Dexter", "Studio
It's been over two years since I celebrated the return of Tony Soprano. In that entry, I had the audacity to complain that it had been over a full year since I last saw a new episode of "The Sopranos". In July of 2004, I got the bad news. HBO
Television shows seemed better when I was a kid. After school, I could become immersed in crap like "The Facts of Life", "Who's The Boss?", "Growing Pains" or "Silver Spoons". Then, there were old-school favourites like "The Dukes of Hazzard", "WKRP in Cincinnati", "Three's Company", "Night Court" and "The A-Team"
David Chase has more to say than he can fit into 12 episodes. The result is a bonus eight pack for fans of "The Sopranos". In March we'll get a season of twelve and then the final eight in January 2007. With "Six Feet Under" a couple of episodes from
I miss Tony. It was just about a year ago Season Five of "The Sopranos" started airing but we won't see Season Six for another year. Last night I tuned into the new Law & Order series, "Trial By Jury". It was okay, but nothing special. (Update: I'm being kind
My favourite television characters Homer Jay Simpson (The Simpsons)Tony Soprano (The Sopranos)Ryan O'Reily (Oz)George Costanza (Seinfeld)Mike Logan (Law & Order)
I would like to thank the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for getting it right last night. For the first time in as long as I can remember, I agreed with their choices for both Best Drama and Best Comedy. The Sopranos won for Best Drama and Arrested Development
My favourite television shows still being produced The SimpsonsSix Feet UnderThe SopranosCurb Your EnthusiasmArrested Development
Hot damn I'm going to have to wait a long time until the next new episode of The Sopranos. Season Five finished strong and I can't wait for the sixth and final season, but HBO has confirmed that won't be until some time in 2006. Ouch. That really, really sucks.