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  1. Windows Down, Speakers Up. We Made You a Road Trip Playlist.Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Boston.com

    ... existed. Skip to the bottom for a Spotify playlist that you can use. "This was the opening song from HBO's 'The Sopranos' which played as Tony Soprano drove through New Jersey observing his empire. But I prefer the full, spoken-word version which is ...

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  2. "The Sopranos" creator sheds light on controversial endRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBS News

    In this image released by HBO, James Gandolfini, left, who stars as Anthony Soprano, sits with Edie Falco, who plays his wife Carmela, and Robert Iler, who plays their son Anthony, Jr., at a restaurant on the series finale of HBO's "The Sopranos." Fans of "The Sopranos" have new insight on the series' famous and controversial finale.

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  3. David Chase explains Sopranos ending againRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Stuff.co.nz

    Eight years have passed since the mysterious series finale of The Sopranos , and the people still want answers. Tony's dead! Wait, no he's not! What's happening? Is it Journey's fault? Creator David Chase has been giving evasive answers for the better part of the last decade about Tony Soprano's fate.

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  4. David Chase Finally Breaks Down The Sopranos Final SceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mediaite.com

    Eight years after HBO's The Sopranos ended on a stunningly ambiguous note, creator David Chase gave a shot-by-shot explanation of the final scene that left many viewers scratching their heads. For those who don't recall: The show ended in 2007 with an abrupt cut to black, with Tony and Carmela Soprano seated at a diner with their two children.

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  5. David Chase and his 'cop out' ending is the opposite of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Jersey Journal

    ... After about season 3 when the critics were saying you couldn't carry the show without the gratuitous violence, the Sopranos was mediocre at best. You caved, you failed. That final episode changed the Soprano's as best series ever to probably fourth. ...

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  6. So, Is Tony Soprano Dead, or Not?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ContactMusic.com

    The Sopranos creator David Chase has been discussing the controversial ending to the HBO again, this time leaving more breadcrumbs to those seeking a definitive interpretation of the final scene. Chase offered a shot-by-shot walkthrough of the final sequence.

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  7. David Brooks Taps His Inner Tony SopranoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | TheDailyBeast.com

    In his new book, the New York Times columnist excoriates millennials for their whining self absorption, but was the past that he extolls really all that much better? That's Tony Soprano, in the pilot episode of The Sopranos, assuming the role of cranky middle-aged male, kvetching about "people today," oblivious not only to the fact that Tony was more of a whining bully than the "strong, silent type," but that Gary Cooper was an idealization that one could not reach. Brooks, the New York Times columnist and weekly punching bag of the millennials he so desperately wants to help, is out with a new book, The Road to Character .

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  8. New Hampshire voters are teasing Chris Christie with 'Bridgegate' and 'Sopranos' jokesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Genesee Country Express

    ... another Jersey-themed joke and asked Christie about the mysterious finale of HBO's Garden State mafia series "The Sopranos." "We want to know about Tony Soprano. In the last episode, what happened?" Dick Moquin, asked Christie, according to the ...

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  9. David Brooks Taps His Inner Tony SopranoBy William O'ConnorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Beast

    In his new book, the New York Times columnist excoriates millenials for their whining self absorption, but was the past that he extolls really all that much better? That's Tony Soprano, in the pilot episode of The Sopranos, assuming the role of cranky middle-aged male, kvetching about "people today," oblivious not only to the fact that Tony was more of a whining bully than the "strong, silent type," but that Gary Cooper was an idealization that one could not reach. Brooks, the New York Times columnist and weekly punching bag of the millennials he so desperately wants to help, is out with a new book, The Road to Character .

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  10. 'The Sopranos' Director David Chase Sheds Light On Series' EndingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ContactMusic.com

    It's arguably the most famous ending to a popular TV series ever, but nobody seems to have clue as to what the final sequence of ' The Sopranos ' actually meant. However, we might have just been given a big piece of the puzzle by the show's director David Chase.

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  11. Christie's New Hampshire Swing Features Jersey ThemesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | The Wall Street Journal

    New Jersey met New Hampshire Wednesday morning as Gov. Chris Christie juggled questions on foreign policy, gun control and what happened to Tony Soprano on the last episode of "The Sopranos" while greeting voters here. During a diner stop at a classic Manchester political institution, Mr. Christie also got ribbed on the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal-including be someone who claimed he was caught in the traffic.

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  12. David Chase Gives In-Depth Analysis of The Sopranos' Final SceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Cape Cod Times

    The Sopranos ' now-infamous cut-to-black ending has made the 2007 finale one of the most debated TV episodes of all time. Now, eight years after it aired, creator David Chase has given the Directors Guild of America a shot-by-shot analysis of the controversial scene.

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  13. Chilling message from Sopranos creator will make you rethink the entire showRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | She Knows

    Fans of The Sopranos all remember that final moment in the very last episode where the screen cuts to black. Some of us even thought our cable TV went out! All these years later, the show's creator, David Chase, finally gives all the details about the scene and the music that drove it.

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  14. 'Sopranos' wiseguy will be in Clearwater to meet fans, sell pasta sauceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | St. Petersburg Times

    Actor Steve Schirripa attends a screening of "Oldboy" presented by FilmDistrict & Complex Media with the Cinema Society on Monday, Nov. 11, 2013 in New York. Actor Steve Schirripa, better known as kind-hearted mobster Bobby Baccalieri on the HBO series The Sopranos , will be in Clearwater on Saturday peddling his new line of organic pasta sauces, Uncle Steve's Italian Specialties, and signing autographs at Nature's Food Patch.

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  15. Is he dead?! 'The Sopranos' creator David Chase sheds light on series finale endingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | The Wave

    Remember the ending to "The Sopranos"? It had Tony Soprano waiting for his family in a local diner. Carmela walked in.

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  16. David Chase deconstructs 'The Sopranos' final scene in fascinating detailRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Zap2it.com

    Perhaps never in the history of television has a show's final scene been so divisive as "The Sopranos" ending in 2007. Love it or hate it, the scene was got people talking -- and it continues to be discussed nearly eight years later .

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  17. David Chase answers questions about death and music lyrics in The Sopranos finaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Daily Mail

    'Life ends and death comes, but don't stop believing!' The Sopranos creator David Chase talks THAT season finale eight years on In a recent article published by the Directors Guild of America , the show's creator and executive producer, David Chase, finally explained some of what happened to Tony Soprano in his final scene. 'Life ends and death comes, but don't stop believing,' David said cryptically in answer to the ongoing question of whether or not Tony died when the camera cut to black.

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  18. Christie kicks off New Hampshire town hall seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | NorthJersey.com

    ... gun control, foreign policy, access to higher education and what happened to Tony on the final episode of "The Sopranos." He also faced voters who had the George Washington Bridge lane closing scandal on their minds - including one who claimed he ...

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  19. Finally: Sopranos creator gives an in-depth breakdown of what happens in the show's last sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Boy Genius

    Did Tony Soprano die in a hail of gunfire immediately after the screen blacked out at the end of The Sopranos' series finale? That's a question that fans have been asking themselves ever since the controversial episode aired and ended with a huge question mark hanging over the fate of its main character. Via Decider , it seems that Sopranos creator David Chase has finally addressed this controversy in the latest issue of DGA Quarterly , in which he explains in depth everything he was trying to communicate with that infamous final scene.

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  20. Don't stop -- discussing 'The Sopranos' finale: David...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | The Jersey Journal

    David Chase will likely go to the grave without revealing whether Tony Soprano met his end over onion rings at Holsten's in the "The Sopranos" finale , but in a new interview with the Directors Guild of America Quarterly, he offers a master class how he ratcheted up the tension in the final scene before that infuriating cut to black. Of course Chase prefaces it with his standard disclaimer: It's not whether Tony got whacked or not, but whether he enjoyed the ride.

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