Tuesday, June 12, 2007

The Sopranos

What I liked about the finale of the Sopranos.

The way the show was set up, no one had the moral authority to kill Tony Soprano, and so it is good that no one did. Had Tony been killed, I'd like to see the kinds of people who would have the nerve to say that justice prevailed.

It will be easier, and more fun, to watch the re-runs. You can link past events to the way things were left at the end, and try to get a better grasp about what would happen in the future.

In the age of Roger Clemens, who dares to say that we've seen the end of The Sopranos?