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Rat Aid | Main | Tony Randall Dies


May 18, 2004

You're Annette Benning

I just caught this past weekend's "Sopranos" episode last night. And, I must admit--I LOVED it! I thought it was so different, so introspective, and so thought-provoking.

Lori, and many of her readers, disagree. (This is rare b/c Lori and I are usually on the same page).

Just wondered what some of you thought.


Posted by Lawren at May 18, 2004 09:39 AM

You Said

I'm with you. This week's episode kept me locked in for the entire hour. Maybe I'm wrong, but I felt like we were getting a real look at the internal conflict Tony's going through with his family. Well, BOTH of his families.

It's very reminiscent of when he had to kill Big Pussy.

I haven't talked to or listened to what anybody else is saying, but I love it when a show can take a leap from convention and tell a story in a creative way.

Says: Kevin the Interloper at May 18, 2004 10:38 AM

Well, forgetting that I ranted about it - I just thought the dream sequence was tooooooo long and we'd seen most of it b4. And to me, it really took away from the conflicts building with Tony B and Johnny Sack. FWIW...

Says: Norman at May 18, 2004 01:49 PM

I don't watch Sopranos but I did happen to see most of that episode. I gave up on the dream sequence after a while; I got bored with it. But if I was a regular watcher it might have held my interest for longer.

Says: Kelly at May 18, 2004 05:29 PM

I, too, got bored with the dream sequence. It seemed to be less original this time around and much too long. I did enjoy some of the movie references in it. Overall, I just didn't find it entertaining. In talking about it at work, I think the score was 1 in favor, 4 opposed.

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