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Old 01-13-2019, 12:24 PM   #21
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activestick was probably being facetious, as Phil Leotardo never failed to mention how "he did his time in the can like a real man".
And how he had to make grilled cheese on the "rah-diator"
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I don't get this. Big fan of Galdofini but most Sopranos fans are really excited about the prequel as David Chase and former The Sopranos writer Lawrence Konner are involved. Chase and others involved are predictably tight-lipped around details of the show other than Chris Moltisanti's grandfather and father will be a central part of the story going back to the original days and a young Tony Soprano will be in the film. I can't wait and hopefully it satisfies my Sopranos withdrawal since the show ended.
If David Chase is involved it will be good. He's very protective of his IP.
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James Gandolfini's son is playing the young Tony in the new movie. I guess he actually competed for the role in the audition process. Hopefully it works out as well as Ice Cube's son in Straight Outta Compton.

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But does Michael Gandolfini have the makings of a varsity athlete?
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Or go watch it on your shinebox
Would've liked this if I could
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But does Michael Gandolfini have the makings of a varsity athlete?


I just spit out my diet coke all over my keyboard at the office.. LOL.. THAT was funny
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Old 01-26-2019, 09:39 AM   #27
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I watch the whole thing from start to finish every year or two.

Love it.
Me too. Usually once a year.. There is no better set of characters and no better television. The only thing that comes close in my opinion is the 'Band of Brothers' series.
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Now that there's been some time since Breaking Bad ended, I think Sopranos is proving to be the better show, and I'd have it tied with The Wire as best of all time. I like GoT more, but i think it's unfair to compare GoT with any other TV show as it's such a different beast.
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I just finished re-watching it and my favourite scene is from the finale.

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One of my favorites is when Gerry Sortiano from NY gets clipped while eating with Silvio. You can see as the camera backs away that through it all, Silvio stays seated, never running to hide. Boss!

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