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Stop and think for a second: Who’s your inner Sopranos goomah? I don’t mean that in a bad way. All Sopranos characters were unique in their own right, including Tony Soprano’s Goomahs. Yes, they had certain traits in common: Most had dark hair, thin bodies, and some variation of a personality disorder. Truthfully, they were
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Janice talking to Carmela, Season 2, Ep. 3 “Toodle-Oo” Toodle-Fucking-Oo: What the f*ck was that?! I dont know, but the veal was excellent. Naturally, that brings me to The Sopranos. Read on for my take on why the veal is excellent & other
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest I don’t know about you, but 2020 feels like it’s been about five years long. Tony Soprano would probably say it’s been more like 500 years. Well, either way, you know what Madame De Stael says: “In life one must choose between boredom
2020 is full of uncertainty, delays, and cancellations. The least I could do was release my weekly Sopranos IQ quiz a day early. So, here you have it – let’s test your Sopranos IQ with the knowledge quiz round two! P.S. Be sure to check out my other Sopranos blog posts and quizzes! Facebook Twitter
Okay, it’s not roulette. But I just had to throw in a little something to remind you of the good ole’ days playing card games at Green Grove (I hope that’s still included in the Silver Bird package when I go there). Actually, no need to wait until then. I think this is also the
Are you looking for a Sopranos character quiz? Then you’ve come to just the right place. I hope you enjoy my Which Sopranos Character Are You? Quiz. Make sure to share it with a fellow Sopranos fan (or two)! Plus, when you’re done, don’t forget to check out my other quizzes and blog posts. Let’s
Happy International Coffee Day! One thing we know about The Sopranos is that they loved their coffee (who doesn’t?). Actually, I should rephrase that. They love their coffee, presuming it’s not from one of those yuppy shops that “rapes the culture.” So, with that said, grab a cup or your favorite mug! Here are my
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Yom Kippur—the Day of Atonement in the Jewish faith—is a day to reset for the new year through the receiving and giving of forgiveness. Specifically, “We turn first to those whom we have wronged . . . acknowledging the pain we have caused
Why Boca is One of My Favorite Episodes on The Sopranos “F– This, I’m Going to Boca.” The Sopranos has many phenomenal episodes, and I haven’t made up my mind on my number one favorite. Actually, I don’t really think I could have just one. With that said, Boca is definitely somewhere in the top five. It’s
It’s Sopranos quiz time! I know you’ve been waiting like patience on a monument to take this multiple choice quiz. Keep thinking you know everything, my little nephew. You know my feelings: Every day’s a gift. It’s just, does it have to be a pair of socks?” -Tony Soprano “The Ride” Season 6(A), Episode 9″
To Save Us All From Satan’s Power begins with Tony standing at the shore and thinking about his friend who met his demise there the previous year. There was something much deeper when it came to Sal “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero. It hurt. The Sopranos, Season 3, Episode 10, “To Save Us All From Satan’s Power”
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest James Gandolfini would have turned 59 on September 18, 2020. To be honest, I really can’t thank James (or “Jim,” as many would call him) enough for bringing The Sopranos to life and giving me a place to channel my thoughts in these tumultuous
The Sopranos, Season 2, Episode 1, “Guy Walks Into a Psychiatrist’s Office” The Sopranos season two premiere, “Guy Walks Into a Psychiatrist’s Office,” had some big shoes to fill coming right after season one. It was certainly off to a good start with the amazing opener featuring “It Was a Very Good Year” by Frank
Welcome to my first in-depth Sopranos episode review, featuring “Big Girls Don’t Cry” (season two, episode five). Big Girls don’t cry, or do they? What about big boys? Expressing emotions is not the Soprano crew’s strong suit, at least when it’s something other than anger. While a whole chapter could be written on “Big Girls
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest The Sopranos is a lot of things. It’s entertaining. It’s emotional. It makes you reflect. And it can also be pretty hilarious. Sometimes—no, make that most of the time—The Sopranos is all of these things rolled into one. With that said, these are
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Livia Soprano was a force to be reckoned with, and her death after the second season was heartbreaking. Although she wasn’t technically there in person, her presence permeated the entire show, and for good reason. Here are 10 of the best Livia Soprano
It’s no surprise that so many people fall head over heels for the greatest show in the world after watching The Sopranos Pilot episode. Afterall, The Pilot offers a tremendous sample of what makes The Sopranos such a timeless treasure. Of course, the quotes and sayings are a key component. With that said, here are 10
There’s just no substitution for Paulie “Walnuts” Gualtieri. Paulie’s a captain in the DiMeo Family, and someone who goes pretty far back with The Sopranos family. He had started in the game when Tony’s father, Johnny, had been active in it. It made complete sense when I read he’d been arrested 28 times and did
The Sopranos Blueprint: “What the f**k was that?” (Do I sound like someone we know?) I wrote this post back when I had just created my Sopranos blog. I had just finished watching the show for the fourth or fifth time, and I desperately needed an outlet to process my feelings. So, that takes me
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