Thursday, July 19, 2007

ONE OF THE FEW TIMES IT'S GOOD TO BE A TONY

Meadsoaw, posing for Maxim

The Sopranos
-- the greatest show of all-time, in our opinion -- has captured 15 Emmy nominations, including best drama. Everyone, cancel those weekend plans for the Jersey Shore: Tonys all across the Garden State are poised for a wild celebration. Please, hide the women and children. Amazingly, the AP describes the series finale -- which ended, oh, over a month ago -- as "shockingly inconclusive." Maybe that was the case after the first viewing or two, but not anymore; Tony is dead. It's not even up for debate. Bob Harris closes the book on this matter, and it is well worth the read. Now about those onion rings . . .

1 comment:

Rich said...

tons of holes in harris' theory...we all know that those crazy last minutes of the show for us, was how tony felt every hour of every day. Sopranos ends how it started, tony living day to day in a crazy criminal world...TONY LIVES.