>professor says his favorite TV show is the Sopranos
>as he passes out tests, I say to him "what ever happened to Gary Cooper? The strong silent type?"
>professor looks at me like I'm speaking chinese
>tfw finished my third viewing of the Sopranos the other day
>tfw tempted to start my fourth viewing to fill the void of emptiness it left
I forgot how depressing the last season is
WHY DOES EVERYBODY THINK HE WAS GOING TO KILL TONY?
MAYBE HE JUST HAD TO TAKE A SHIT! EVER FUCKING THOUGHT OF THAT?!!
I think 6 really brings the series altogether and shows how irredeemable everyone in the family is.
I always thought that dude looked like an old Jeremy Renner
Yeah right. Probably took dick regularly in prison and secretly enjoyed it so he completely overblew that whole Vito thing
>tfw those episodes where Johnny Sack tricks Paulie into thinking he's his friend
Johnny Sack was such an evil dude
>Paulie meeting with Little Carmine talking to him like they are paisans and then realizing his fuck up
I always liked this more than Christopher's real death, it's the perfect storm of hatred between him and Tony.
Also I think Bobby's death is the best shot death in the series:
Richie Aprile deffo banged some pretty guys inside prison. Tony mentions it to melfi that you get a pass for having sex inside prison. Also that scene when richie gets a blowjob from a stripper and can't finish and also has to have the lights off. Also why he disowned his gay son and punched janice
Phil was also the same, notice how he clenches the bed when he kills vito and how he literally comes out of the closet
Not gonna lie to you, but the son was a total personnification of what I believe anon to be. From the beginning to the end.
> stupid kid at young age
> edgy as a teen
> mom I found a black girlfriend, and a job in a vhs shop
> I wanna die black girlfriend no more, job no more
(And I still haven't found why that black girlfriend left him, he was cool with her. Was it is color skin, his father or that stupidity )
JANICE WAS THE SHITTIEST SISTER OH MAH GAWD
>We're-a, from Alcoholics Anonymous
>What's your name?
>Well we're anonymous.
>tfw feel exactly like season 6 AJ but without the gf
feels bad man
AJ is a good example of a milennial, but more precisely a milennial born in to wealth with morally corrupt parents. I was a stupid kid growing up, but not that bad. If anything they made his character too good natured. I knew some rich ass kids growing up who had shady parents involved in drugs and biker gangs and shit, AJ acts like a saint in comparison.
who /furio/ here?
You see these guys next to me Tone? They're asleep.
was Tony a good father?
OMG STOP CALLING MY WIFE FAT OMG YOU SHITLORDS AND YOUR THIN PRIVILEGED
I think Tony (despite what he tells Melfi) genuinely loved AJ, he does everything he can to make sure he follows a different path in life than him and feels a great deal of grief when he realizes his son is depressed most likely due to his genes.
The early episodes definitely show that they have a good bond:
As a student in psychology and a big reader of this kind of thing.
No, no, no, no. This kind of behavior has a total impact on the kid, he misuses his authority as a father, he never cared for him besides giving him shit everytime he messed up. I feel like he got the worst of it in the family. Carmela didn't give him genuine affection either, she just reminded him to follow the father and be straight. Then they just ask him to be successful at school, that doesn't work like that.
But props that Tony didn't use violence more often, he stated "If it wasn't for Carmela, a nice whoopin' would have straighten him out"
Tony too was abused by both his parents. I believe it was more verbal and kinda traumatic from seeing his father going off with his sister but meh. If it wasn't for the pressure the family gave him he would have worked as a football player/trainer
They should have just put Matt,Sean,jackie jr and AJ in their own crew,that way at least they could watch them better and at least teach em a thing or two
I'M GONNA KILL MYSELF!? THE WAY YOU EAT YOU'RE GONNA HAVE A HEART ATTACK BY THE TIME YOU'RE 50!
>Gandolfini dies at age 51 by a heart attack in Southern Italy after consuming huge amounts of food and booze
>we're out of mayo
What did he mean by this?
mfw i reference obscure Sopranos quotes a few times a week and nobody gets them.
Wasn't he the only guy who dodged Tony's bullet ?
he was the only one who saw it coming and flew right the fuck out atm he realized
I don't think someone else did this in the whole show
>tfw anytime you see a Sopranos actor in any other show you have to point it out to everyone else in the room
It feels weird seeing Bobby on several different adult swim shows
thing is, he could go back to italy and go in hiding or be protected by italian mafia
every other guy in the show couldn't just run out of the country so they would be found eventually.
> same actor, different show
You didn't see the wire yet. have you
You will look at every show, old and new, differently
Yes. Play the dumbass and stay out of the fighting and then pick up the scraps when your rivals have killed each other. He mentioned Billy Leotardo during that meeting for a reason.
Carmine is the smartest guy in the series.
Tony implied he got men there to look out for him, so not protected by the mafia it would be too easy to get him.
And it wouldn't be hard to hide for others, look at vito he did it, pussy did it. while staying in the country
*breathes through nose aggressively*
*murders his cousins*
*scrapes fork aggressively*
ROMANZ N SHIET
he was a genius pretending to be an idiot who was pretending to be genius
he ends up being boss of the lupertazi family, taking out rival NJ family and absorbing their operations
why else would he mention billy leotardo just when phil and tony just about squashed the beef
notice in the sitdown in the cold warehouse when tony asks butchie for phils location and butchie looks at carmine before he answers
Little Carmine was as smart and cunning as his old man and knew how to hide it, the guy pulled the exact same plan that Tony was trying to do (when New York had its boss wars) and managed to be the biggest winner at the end of the show despite not being the boss.
He probably ordered the hit on Tony at the end of the series just to absorb the DiMeo family into New York with Paulie as his puppet.
this scene has to be my favourite in the entire series, really hits hard and gandolfini really killed it
>tfw watched Band of Brothers for the first time a few months ago
>tfw just finished my third viewing of the Sopranos and realized that Wild Bill is the guy who whacks Phil
This shit blew my fucking mind
>it's a Phil Leotardo scene on youtube with everyone in the comments telling him to go get his fucking shinebox
I love this show so fucking much man. It's by far the GOAT.
Anyone else feel like Big Pussy should have been on the show longer?
>also pussy's fbi officer skip was a shit actor
Can't argue with that, I hated his stupid lisp and was glad they didn't bring him back (not to mention the other FBI agents were actually decent actors).
Also just throwing another one out there but Jackie Aprile Sr. really deserved more time on the show than the 15 minutes he got, he seemed like a real boss and should have lasted for the duration of season 1 in my opinion.
Funny how Jackie Sr. and Richie's actors both auditioned for the role of Tony and ended up dying as Apriles.
Richie Aprile was such a great character. I still picture his reaction in The Jacket. That was some seriously great writing. The Sopranos had a penchant for taking some so banal, and making great television.
Word to the wise, remember Pearl Harbour
Butchie scares the fuck out of me for some reason, he reminds me a lot of Richie and probably murdered a shitload of guys in his time.
He even intimidates Tony who's a foot taller than him.
tfw everyone from this scene is either dead or out of action at the end of the series besides Patsy
>yfw Johnny Sack's skinny daughter is Cancerwife on Fargo