Yeah, that was pretty much my take on it too. They could have at least thrown us a bone by mangling A.J.
Yeah. I get what they were going for there. We all expected Tony to get whacked so they turned the tables. That's not bad. But it ended up being so anticlimactic and boring I started working on my lesson plans ten minutes in.I wish last week's episode was the finale.
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I get it as well. It was brilliant for once again turning convention on its head and letting you know that, as usual, life would go on for Tony and family -- as long as you consider constantly looking over your shoulder to be any kind of life. Still, it was such a parlor trick of an ending, there's no denying that you can't help feeling cheated -- which is exactly what Chase was going for.
My heart was pounding the last 15 minutes or so, after laughing hysterically at Phil's head getting mushed..and wondering if the cat was Adriana re-incarnated...then the screen went black mid-scene...I thought my satellite screwed up. I literally screamed at the TV. My kids were in another part of the house and thought I had been shot! But, you know, it was appropriate. Tony will be looking over his shoulder, and that of his family, for the rest of his life....I am gonna miss that big goombah.
Also, fuck you to the writer who put in the ridiculous Meadow and her soon-to-be $170,000 gig. 1) Fucking Meadow is NOT even in law school WHAT THE FUCK WERE THEY TALKING ABOUT MEADOW GETTING AN ASSOCIATE POSITION ALREADY?????2) 1st years DO NOT make anywhere close to $170,000. And fuck-you for putting in the story-line about AJ going in the army, driving Trump around, then becoming an "executive assistant." Fucking kill the kid already.Back to Meadow. What the fuck makes her so socially conscious and conscientious about rights being trampled on by the Federal government, by analogizing her own scumbag father. Her naivete (about her own family complicit in every crime possible) ranks worse then Paris'. I thought she was intelligent?I am glad its over. By the way, Tony survived because the mob wouldn't send in one hitman, and would NEVER send in two black guys.
Not to quibble, but 1st year associates at large New York law firms make 160K to start, so they do make "close" to $170K. Now, on the whole not yet starting law school thing...yeah, that's bullshit.
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