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Uncle June is gonna be on the next episode of Talking Sopranos!!

I wonder what insightful questions Steve's gonna ask him..

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Why didn't The Soprano family have a dog? Did it get whacked?

We all know how much T loves his animals, crying over ducks, striking up a friendship with a horse. It's one of the main things that ingratiates himself to us, the mighty audience.

During Christopha's intervention, Tony exclaims he knows what it's like to lose a pet. However, we never see any pet presence inside the Soprano home? Shouldn't there be a little french bulldog called Gary (He was gay?), named after that macho film star. Carm could walk the dog with Ro. Tony could feed it Gabagool. Why wasn't this a thing?

Also, if Tony did have a dog, as it does seem - what happened to it? Did he lose it in mysterious circumstances? Did it get clipped?

I'm sorry. I shouldn't drink on an empty stomach, the wine - it makes me allegorical.

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Not sure if anyone heard this on Talking Sopranos yet....

...but Steve Schirripa used to work in Vegas. Also, he felt Michael Imperioli was not friendly enough to him on his first day on set.

You have to listen carefully to pick these two nuggets up.

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I just finished The Sopranos over the span of 6 years, and I have to sayβ€”what a ballsy way to end a series

I remember hearing the initial buzz and complaints of The Sopranos finale in 2007. Although I hadn’t watched the show at the time (I was only 15), I remember hearing the phrase by someone on the radio: β€œI thought my cable had gone out.” Naturally, that sounded weird to me.

Anyway, years later when I was in college my friend and I watched the ending clip on YouTube by chance. Both of us didn’t know what just happened but we thought that was such an interesting way to end a show. Not only did it spark my curiosity, but we proceeded to watch the pilot to The Sopranos that same night.

Now, over the 6 years I took watch The Sopranos at a slow pace (almost around the same time it took the original viewers to watch), I would understand the initial shock of it.

Even though I knew how it was going to end, I now had all the context of all the characters and events that lead up to this, and the ending still gave me chills. That ending was 100% deserved.

Credit to David Chase: that’s one of those brilliant decisions that’s going to piss people off initially and grow with reverence over time. In many ways, it reminds me of Stanley Kubrick: how many of his films were met with tons of criticism when they came out and now stand the test the time.

I looked up old clips on YouTube of people like Letterman and Leno making fun of the ending because they thought it was disappointing. Nobody seems to think that now.

I’m blown away by the decision to end the show that way.

It’s the perfect ending.

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Does anyone else find Talking Sopranos completely hilarious?

This shit is like comedy gold. We have Christufuh the intellectual with his natural canopy of a nose and deep love and knowledge of film, theater, and art. Then we have the calzone with legs who is super brash and loud and belligerent. Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirippa are almost complete opposites and it makes for non-stop hilarity

Objectively speaking, the podcast devolves into a train wreck really often, but I'm obsessed with the show and love these dudes so I'm gonna continue listening. I almost lost my shit when they got into a debate about the existence of the Jersey Devil in the Pine Barrens episode. I seriously hope Michael was fucking with Steve because if not, that adds another level of fuckery. Steve's mind was just blown when Michael was going on about the alien squid theory

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Original Sopranos Covid Episode Script

Hey, all. I'm a writer living in Los Angeles and a huge Sopranos fan (and fan of this subreddit). Some of you may remember a viral video I created before the premiere of 6B called "The 7 Minute Sopranos."

Anyway, over the course of last year I wrote a full length Sopranos Covid script. It imagines what would have happened if the pandemic hit Jersey between Seasons 4 & 5. Would love to get some real Sopranos fans' eyes on it!

You can check it out here!

EDIT: Wow, my first award on this here reddit dot com! Thank ya, and thanks everyone for the comments!

EDIT 2: Wow there was much more comin' after my first edit. You guys rock. Thanks so much, fellow Sopranos fans!

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The Paradox of Gilmore Girls and the Sopranos

In Season 6, episode 4 an episode of the Sopranos, an episode of Gilmore Girls is playing on TV.

In Season 7, episode 17 of Gilmore Girls, Richard (the father of the protagonist, Lorelai Gilmore) is wearing a tracksuit. Lorelai makes a joke about it by asking if he's having lunch with Tony Soprano.

So obviously this means that both the Sopranos and Gilmore Girls exist as television shows in the other's respective universe. B ut more alarmingly, this means that each universe has now become a televised universe of itself within their own universes. When the Gilmore Girls watch the Sopranos, they will see themselves in the show. Likewise, when Tony Soprano watches Gilmore Girls, he will witness a direct reference to himself. It's like the effect of two mirrors facing each other: the universes of the Gilmore Girls and the Sopranos are infinitely replicated all the way down.

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Anyone feel like Talking Sopranos is getting too formulaic?

Maybe it's just me, but it's starting to become a chore to listen to. Steve has a little story about some guy he knows. Michael spends 90% of the Podcast reading off people's IMDB word for word. It seems like the show has gone from being about The Sopranos to being about seeing how many indie projects X actor has been on that Michael can guess, or little details about Steve's first time being recognized.

Anyway, $4 dollars a pound.

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22 years ago on this day, The Sopranos Premiered.

What the fuck do I want? I would like a boutonniere.

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Why The Sopranos has such great rewatch value

Gave breaking bad a couple of three rewatches, and it’s as dull as the paint on uncle philly’s car.

Then it came to me, breaking bad relies on suspense while the sopranos uses the delph of the characters and story line.

I said my piece chrissy, sopranos is the best show of all time

Sopranos discord: https://discord.gg/DBByQ2bT

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Ray Abruzzo was great on this week's Talking Sopranos

I never knew Carmine Jr. was based on Dubya Bush. What a mellifluous podcast.

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Biggest SJW in The Sopranos (ft Hesh Rabkin, Patsy Parisi and more)

The Sopranos is a show featuring criminals following a hypocritical synthesis of traditional values. Meanwhile, Tony's daughter, Meadow, represents a brand of liberalism which challenges the bigotry of her parents yet is also perverted by the delusions her family has installed in her (think "poverty of the Mezzogiorno"). Some viewers, typically ones impressed by the machismo of Tony et al, derogatorily refer to Meadow as an SJW.

With this new post under my subspecies, I'd like to represent a challenge to everything I have said herebefore, and claim, that first of all, Meadow is for sure not the biggest social justice warrior in the Sopranos, and that, contrarily, a selection of the wise guys featured in the show are.

Thus, I represent to you, a contest to determine the biggest social justice warrior in the Sopranos. I have carefully hand-picked the following candidates, and will followingly make a case for them.

Herman "Hesh" Rabkin
Main areas of activism: racial justice

  • Hesh took a bunch of young talented musicians of color under his wing and provided them record deals, helping them become stars
  • Hesh only dates women of color
  • Hesh stands in solidarity with the oppressed, including African Americans and Native Americans
  • Hesh is a strong proponent of freedom of speech
  • Hesh will call out covert anti-Semitism wherever he sees it and won't hesitate to end friendships over it, even with people he's known for years

Pasquale "Patsy" Parisi
Main areas of activism: domestic violence prevention, LGBT rights

  • Patsy gave a stern talking to to Gloria about respecting Tony's boundaries, thus preventing any further domestic violence taking place between them, as had historically been the case
  • Vito is gay? He could care less, basically
  • Patsy promoted healthy male bonding by unashamedly talking about the close relationship he had with his brother Spoons

Carmine Lupertazzi, Sr.
Main areas of activism: mental health

  • He showed concern about Tony's mental well-being by asking if therapy was helping his mental illness, and encouraged him by saying there was no stigmata these days about needing psychiatric help
  • Carmine once again showed concern for Tony's well-being after he and his wife separated, proclaiming that "this thing of ours" is more than a livelihood - it's a community that offers support when one of them is going through a rough patch
  • He showed no interest in taking advantage of prostitutes
  • He dearly loved his wife Vi
... keep reading on reddit ➑

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In The Sopranos, Meadow's friend Hunter was played by the daughter of series creator David Chase.
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Anthony β€œTony” Soprano (1959-2007) standing outside of his home.
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Brendan couldn't get through 1 season of sopranos but watched 7 seasons of love island.

He's also never seen breaking bad, mad Men or the wire.

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A different take on The Sopranos ending by someone who just finished the series for the first time

Sup yall,

First off, I can easily say this is the best TV show ever made. The writing and acting is phenomenal and even "bad" episodes were a joy to watch.

I've read some theories on the ending and haven't read one similar to mine so here it goes:

In short, I believe Tony leaves the restaurant unscathed (to eventually face trial and ultimately spend a large chunk of his remaining life behind bars).

Why do I think nothing happens? I think David Chase's intent was to expose the stereotypes bestowed on the diner patrons by (we) the viewers.

One of the biggest reoccurring subjects brought up throughout the show is stereotypes and (specifically) how Italian Americans are perceived by the general public. It's a spectrum where on one end exist men like Melfi's husband who despise men like Tony for tainting the rep of Italian Americans, while on the other exist guys like Tony who categorize men like Melfi's husband as "Wonder Bread Wops."

There are entire episodes dedicated to this subject, with the Columbus Day episode being the most obvious. We're also exposed to racial jabs throughout the season where we see characters as wholesome as Carmella showing relief over AJ's break up due to the "racial divide," which goes to show anyone is capable of it.

In the last scene we have a guy that looks like he could be Italian and two Black guys shown in the diner and we assume Tony is going to be killed. This assumption is made based on the fact that hits throughout the show were always orchestrated by Italians or Black men (paid by Italians). But here we are in a diner unfamiliar to viewers, with men never before seen, and we assume the worst is going to happen ultimately based on what? Appearance.

Now of course the way the scene is filmed backs viewers into a corner where they're bound to think a certain way. I'm not accusing anyone of being racist or any nonsense like that. But what if the cuts to Meadow ultimately meant nothing and were used just to get the mind wandering? What if the Italian looking guy was simply just gazing around?

What if David Chase was just gloating in the fact he was able to get millions of people to think like Tony Soprano? Or, did we as humans naturally think that way?

I threw on a lady suit, put on some glasses and crossed my sexy legs when I thought this one up.. Curious to hear what you guys think

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The real victims of the Sopranos: Bobby's kids

I know there are arguments for many other "victims" (ie, Vito's kids, Chris' daughter) in the Sopranos, but you have to feel bad for Bobby's kids. They end up with Janice. Come on...would you want Janice as a mom?

I know New York thinks Bobby was a mortadella, but he seems like a nice dad. He even reads Nancy Drew to his daughter. What are the odds that they ever see any of that money New York paid for whacking Bobby?

At least they get Bobby's railroad empire.

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Crazy to think it has been 13 years since The Sopranos ruled TV youtube.com/watch?v=XhTuY…
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Finished The Sopranos for the first time

Wow. Just wow. This entire series has been the best show I have ever watched and probably will remain that way for the rest of my life. I’ve never had such strong feelings for a TV show. The entirety of season 6 broke me in ways I can’t describe. It truly was a roller coaster of emotions and still is even after watching it. I’m trying to wrap my head around the ending and I think it was an interesting way to end such an amazing show. My guess is that Tony was unfortunately shot, in front of his own family. If that’s the case then I hope Carmela and the kids go on to live amazing lives even without the man of the house. Since I first started watching the show I haven’t been bored. This show has kept me in the edge of my seat the entire time. I just wanted to share my feelings with somebody and maybe someone else feels how I feel. The Sopranos really is a masterpiece.

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Look who I saw in the sopranos!
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About David Chase going to appear as a guest on Talking Sopranos....

Maybe I'm just a toxic person, but I think Steve is going to waste at least some time with asking stupid questions or making dumb remarks. Michael too, with reading wikipedia stuff to the viewers. I just hope for the sake of the fans that they are going to ask some interesting questions so the Creator David Chase can give us stuff we never heard before, or make us understand certain scenes better.

I've said my piece

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James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano is the best performance of a lead actor in a tv show ever

This is coming from a die hard Breaking Bad fan. I thought Bryan Cranston was as good as it gets as Walter white, but goddamn. Gandolfini’s range as Tony is the most compelling personality ever performed.

The acting in general is downright great, but JG was simply on another level. His pure rage and fits of aggression are scarily realistic.

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First time watching the Sopranos and I’ve noticed one thing

I don’t think there’s been a scene yet where Charmaine hasn’t yelled at or given Artie a hard time and I’m almost done season 1 πŸ˜‚

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I watched Talking Sopranos with David Chase. It was good.

They let him talk a lot and he gave interesting answers

Some highlights

Johnny boy wanting to go to Rheno and getitng stopped by Livia was base on a real event in David's family

Chase's fav character was Junior

Melfi was based on a real therapist - mentioned her name

The show was based on consumerism, America, etc. etc.

John Fiore took his killing off bad

marchand about her role: "i trust that this creature im playing is deceased"

Chase confirmed that JG and he had a fallout towards the end

Steve confirmed Loggia forgetting his lines

etc. etc.

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The biggest mistake you will ever make is watching "The Sopranos" on an empty stomach

Because Tony chows down almost every episode.

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Why β€˜The Sopranos’ Has Become a Generation Z Touchstone vulture.com/article/the-s…
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Soprano Theory Tier-List / Iceberg
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What instrument (clarinet, oboe, soprano sax?) is this? Gifted by a friend who was cleaning out attic, of unknown origin. reddit.com/gallery/kznyrt
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[IIL] Twin Peaks, Dexter, Breaking Bad, OZ, The Sopranos, The Blacklist, Hannibal etc. My all-time favourite series.

I know, a complete mix of different genres everybody heard of, but you get the idea what I’m into. What would you recommend? I need something new. Don’t bother giving Netflix and HBO tips, I’ve already been through all of that. I need something β€œnew”. To mention some underrated series I liked: The Black Donnelys, Mob Doctor, Survivors etc.

Sorry, I’m in a hurry doing this thread, therefore not so much details.

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What do you think AJ ended up doing with his life after soprano ended?

Given the fact that he got expelled from school messed up a lot but just curious what are your thoughts

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Where can i watch the sopranos in the uk

Its not on streaming services as the UK does not have access too HBO now help would be appreciated

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I have a Sopranos problem only a friend of this sub would get.

I say β€œThere He Is” to everyone I meet. Man or woman it doesn’t matter. I called someone with a full head of hair Prince Rogaine & someone gluten free the β€œKing of Breadsticks”. You of all people should understand how hard it is for me. You guys are in this sub & understand the human condition.....Anyway four dollars a pound.

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I'd Like to thank the Sopranos for expanding my musical taste

Like the title says, over the journey of me watching the series I have discovered countless amazing songs which have paved my way to enjoying new genres, ranging from classic rock hits, jazz, hip hop and to even songs in different languages. I have yet to see a show which will have a better soundtrack than The Sopranos

I would especially thank the creators of the show for introducing me to the piece of art song called

Up N Da Club :D

Post your favorite songs from the show in the comments If you want :D

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My step grandpa is one of the main characters in the sopranos!

I've never actually watched the show but my step-grandfather is in it and he was also in the godfather pt 2 and he's in boardwalk empire (I've never actually seen any of them which is insane, I know).

The character he plays in the Sopranos is Junior Soprano. His name is Dominic Chianese. He is technically my ex-step grandpa since my dad and his daughter recently got divorced. I met him on multiple occasions when he came to visit from New York where he lives. I know that his childhood best friend is Al Pacino and they talk regularly. He is a really cool dude, he loves music and he is a talented singer believe it or not (I heard him sing at my church once and he is not bad at all).

Sorry if this is a dumb post, I came across this subreddit from an unrelated search and thought I'd share that:)

To all wondering why I never watched it, I was fairly young at the time. I was in my teens and never got around to it. I'm in my early 20s now and I'll most likely get into it now.

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Are Sopranos memes appreciated here??? reddit.com/gallery/l2u45s
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Beginnings of the DiMeo Crime Family and the Soprano brothers role in it.

The family was founded some time in the 1950s, meaning the Soprano brothers were probably around 20 to 25 years old during its formation.

They were supposed to have been some of if not the main earners in the family, 'running Jersey'.

Do you think, if they joined some time not long after it's formation, they were probably both made some time in the early 1960s, and were captains by the early 1970s? Johnny Boy appeared to be a Captain in the Tony flashbacks in the 1960s. I'm not sure if we should use the Many Saints of Newark as any kind of point of reference; it's based in 1967 and the actor playing Tony is like 20.

Tony's father was made before Junior, but I can't pin a time of when they were made and when they were captains.

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The attempt to syndicate The Sopranos

I found this old MAD TV sketch that I'd never seen which is pretty funny and on point, when network TV was attemptimg to syndicate the show. The actors do some great character portrayals, especially Will Sasso as Tony and Joey Diaz as Pussy. Have a laugh & enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RFdg4CHBgg

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The Sopranos actors are all over Instagram and respond to comments.

Eugene recently celebrated a birthday and I made the comment that "it's good to see you still kicking and not swinging from a pipe" and he liked it. πŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜†πŸ€£πŸ˜†

Lots of them are on Instagram, FYI.

https://instagram.com/robert_funaro?igshid=35e9ua1ocscu

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Jesus christ, re watching sopranos makes me forget how annoying Carmela was

She marries someone in the Mafia, then gets annoyed and upset when Tony does things the mafia does. And when she is in the therapy with melfi and tony, she acts like a moody little teenager. God i hated her at some points.

The actor is amazing though

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Dogs snoozing while watching The Sopranos reddit.com/rpan/r/Animals…
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Young picture of feared Soprano Capo, Peter "Paulie Walnuts" Gualtieri (circa 1963)
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Well, I've just finished my first ever run through Sopranos.

I gotta say, Janice's arc was pretty amazing. She started as annoying twat, and ended up as annoying twat.

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Every time someone finishes The Sopranos for the first time, an angel gets its wings.
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David Chase will be on Talking Sopranos

Not sure if it's already posted (probably is), but the GOAT will be on the podcast. Can't wait to watch it and genuinely hope that they won't waste this precious time on talking about restaurants and Steve's obsession with DeNiro.

/r/ sopranosimmemorial

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Funny that the cringiest scene in both Sopranos AND Breaking Bad involves the exact same impersonation of Marilyn Monroe singing Happy Birthday (Mr. President).
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The underlying theme of the Sopranos

I believe the Sopranos has an underlying theme. The theme is to remember the good times. The best way to look at is through the three main Sopranos. AJ, Junior, and Tony. Junior story is that he was on top but lost it all and continues to lose everything up to his memories. At the end the only thing Junior could remember was playing catch with Tony but even that will fade in the end loosing the good times. Tony in story in the end is that he can not change nor escape Being Tony Soprano. Tony can not even improve himself in the end and forgets the lesson he taught AJ. This leads to him loosing focus on the good times. AJ is interesting because he represents the future and the hope for continuing to remember the good times. In fact that’s one of the few pieces of advice, AJ remembers from Tony. I do think AJ took that message to heart and no matter what happens to Tony in the end AJ will carry on that message. Now to all those stunads asking about the meaning of the show here it is focus on the good times.

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Buffalo Underboss Domenico Violis fully autographed photo from the sopranos which was seized by authorities
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The Paradox of Gilmore Girls and the Sopranos

In Season 6, episode 4 an episode of the Sopranos, an episode of Gilmore Girls is playing on TV.

In Season 7, episode 17 of Gilmore Girls, Richard is wearing a tracksuit. Lorelai makes a joke about it by asking if he's having lunch with Tony Soprano.

So obviously this means that both the Sopranos and Gilmore Girls exist as television shows in the other's respective universe. B ut more alarmingly, this means that each universe has now become a televised universe of itself within their own universes. When the Gilmore Girls watch the Sopranos, they will see themselves in the show. Likewise, when Tony Soprano watches Gilmore Girls, he will witness a direct reference to himself. It's like the effect of two mirrors facing each other: the universes of the Gilmore Girls and the Sopranos are infinitely replicated all the way down.

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