Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Melody Bot, Jan 11, 2016.
I am absolutely ded from the Vesuvio set
Karen’s ziti for me.
God damn those are funny
Damnit those all got deleted
I think the account goes private periodically for whatever reason. They’re still on the page
I got cast as Christopher in a Murder Mystery dinner theater parody called The Altos, and damn was it the perfect excuse for a rewatch.
Thankfully I don't have to sit on a dog or shoot heroin haha
Do you get to shoot someone in the foot?
And meet Jon Favreau?
I wish! Mostly I just say stupid shit, and work on my screenplay on the dl. It’s very much just a 1st season caricature of Chris
Tony: Like maybe you do things? You know, that uh, have some affect on me???
Carm: Oh, really?
Tony: WHAT? People affect each other in life!
you musta been top of your fuckin' class
University is so good. Hard to watch the death scene, but sooooo good.
So I’m into S5 on this rewatch. I guess I would credit this reaction to having binged all of S4 and this one in the past week and a half, but Tony has been such a hard ass throughout most of it. Then Junior’s mind officially goes, and the scene where Tony visits him, and asks him “Don’t you love me?” Had me GUTTED and feeling it. Especially since my mind immediately related it to my moms situation so I had to take a break.
Tony can't believe in Junior's dementia, both because Junior had shot him before and because his own mother had used that as an excuse to absolve herself of her behavior at the end of season one. Part of that hatred of Junior was because he assumes it is another in a long line of conflict between them, as if Junior was going to get out and rival him again. When Tony realizes that Junior isn't there anymore, he hates himself more than anything. Even if Tony doesn't die in the diner and even if Junior lives for another ten years, he will never visit him again because that is just a shell of the man who was a father figure to him.
Those last few episodes have so many of those moments. Tony's session with Melfi when he talks about AJ's pain and comparing it to when babies are sick, Tony's attack on the guy who intimidated Meadow, the miming boxing between Tony and Silvio, holding Silvio's hand while he is in the coma.
Finished S2 last night, adoring this show so far
Furio and Johnny Sack are going to be at a convention by me in Jersey in October. Might go check it out.
AND PIE O MY!
Silvio losing it during the executive game was so funny
The only con I attended where a Sopranos cast member was there was Svetlana's prosthetic leg.
The actor who played Johnny Sack is a far-right lunatic. Unfortunately, most older Italian men are.
Visited Naples recently and can validate there's a lot of marone in most conversations.