Sunday

Soprano's Season 5 Finale Re-Cap(o)

I just can’t believe I have to wait a whole year before I see what happens next. I was beside myself with a one-week lay-off, I’ll be practically creaming in my pants by the time season six starts.

Ok just to get that bitching out of the way. Wow what an episode to try to get Ani to finally watch an episode of the Sopranos. She was in the hallway peeking in; the preview was getting a little rough on her.

Anyways, I’ll start with the end. You know that fat man can really run. You motivate a fat guy enough; he’ll find a way to get some wheels under him. But with the FBI getting Johnny, does season six see a power play for the top spot in the tri-state area? Does little Carmine try to take back what he just gave away? Does Phil Leotardo try to get a piece of the action? Or does Tony go for the gusto?

I knew in the back of my head that Tony B was going to get it one way or the other, it was nice to see someone in Tony’s crew taking care of their own business. Tony looked devastated when he did it. I was sure that Christopher or Phil was going to be on the other side of the porch.

Didn’t Tony look like George Washington in Paulie’s painting?

Ahh Benny. Poor Benny, where’s his buddy the boy doctor genius now? M-Unit remember what you would look like after a severe beat down with a cane. Benny took one for the team, he wasn’t complaining or nothing. But some of those guys need to shut it. If I’m big gay Vito I’m calling no attention to myself by talking out of line.

That scene when Christopher was in his apartment, when he picked up some of those pictures of his and Adriana, it was almost heart breaking. But when him and Tony were hugging after talking about her, what a scene.

Do you think that Tony B ended up paying that whore for giving her a massage?

The bright spot is that I am going to start going back and watching from season 1. Probably in weekend long marathons. I’ll have Ani cook me up some sausage and peppers find my self some zeppoli and I’ll have a summer of Soprano’s action, before the cold cold winter that will be the Joey show.

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