5) The Sopranos

Tony and CarmIt seems wrong to have The Sopranos this low, especially after another engrossing, thoughtful season. There were complaints all over the place, but I think they’re mostly unjustified. Somewhere around Ralphie’s beheading, a lot of people forgot what the Sopranos is actually about: family, business, success, insecurities… normal stuff under some otherwise extraordinary circumstances. Again, I don’t want to spoil anyone (chiefly Darwin), but Tony’s journey was breathtaking and painful and strange. And I liked almost all of the ancillary stories, including Vito’s, um, struggle, and Christopher’s… issues. (I am doing a masterful job convincing all you holdouts with these illuminating descriptions, aren’t I?) Anyways. I can’t wait for the second half of the season in April. I’m counting on David Chase to end things well. Not neatly, just right.


2 responses to “5) The Sopranos

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  2. If what you’re trying to say is there’s no excuse for not having seen this (or any other) season of The Sopranos, I wholeheartedly agree.

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