Jan 27, 2022 -- 12:02PM, alun2005 wrote:
Paulie also pops up briefly and unexpectedly in Woody Allen's sublime "Mighty Aphrodite" film from the mid 90s. Definitely worth a re-watch.Anyose seen the Sopranos 'prequel' film that came out last year?
Jan 27, 2022 -- 6:42PM, A_T wrote:
That's your interpretation,it's not my interpretation - he didn't die - simple as that
It is - simple as that.
You tell yourself whatever you like.
Jan 27, 2022 -- 6:50PM, tobermory wrote:
But the show we saw was in our universe!There isn't any definitive, 'correct' answer because Chase is never going to explain everything. And, as it is not made clear, you can always say it is open to interpretation because all we have to go on is what we see and hear in the show (rather than some 'truth' the author keeps to himself)So it is not 'wrong' to say Tony lived.But I think my interpretation is better supported. It's a long time since I saw it but I think the 'fade to black' death is foreshadowed in an earlier episode where Tony and Bobby are talking about what it must be like to get 'whacked' and say 'you don't hear it', which is why there is no gunshot at the end.
When they're in the boat on his birthday, yeah.
Great episode that, too. 'Under the boardwalk... du du du'
They did kill the Shah of Iran in front of his family, when they're normally kept out of it.
Lends a bit more credibility to the fact he could have been ironed out at the end in the diner, too.
Jan 27, 2022 -- 10:30PM, badsworth boy wrote:
Chechen feller rolled up in the carpet, classic, series 3 I think
You're not gonna believe this!! Guy killed 16 Czechoslovakians... He was an interior decorator!
His house looked like ****?!
Jan 27, 2022 -- 10:33PM, Giuseppe wrote:
what happened to the ancient romans?you're lookin at them pal
Hesh, I'm here with my non shellfish eating friend, and I'm tapped out!
Jan 28, 2022 -- 9:30PM, Giuseppe wrote:
in this house, christopher columbus is a hero
End of story