A Final Whack at the Sopranos

 Sunday is the final episode of the Sopranos.  What are your predictions for wrapping the show up?


  9 comments for “A Final Whack at the Sopranos

  1. Adam D. Probolsky
    June 8, 2007 at 1:09 pm

    The Soprano crew happens on the Retardo crew and takes them out.

  2. June 8, 2007 at 1:30 pm


    I have been living on this site for the past 2 months.

    Great spoilers and theories on how the show is going to end.

    I personally think Tony is going to go into the witness relocation program to save his family (biological) and himself. He will assume the identity…Kevin Finnerty.

    Bada Bing


  3. Frank Vertosick
    June 8, 2007 at 1:32 pm

    Paulie has has gone over to Phil…he makes the attempt on Tony’s life, Tony kills him. With absolutely no one to trust, Tony goes to the Feds. The show ends with Phil back behind bars. The last scene is Tony and his family at some store. It initially looks like they are shopping or eating, but when someone goes to the cash register, Tony waits on them and introduces himslef by a new name…

  4. Dan Chmielewski
    June 8, 2007 at 3:29 pm

    Wonder if they will relocate the family to Costa Mesa?

  5. June 8, 2007 at 8:47 pm

    And he becomes…ALAN MANSOOR

  6. Carl Weibel
    June 9, 2007 at 12:02 am

    I wonder if the Russian from Season 3 will make an appearance? I have a feeling that Paulie will not make it to the end of the show. I also have a feeling that a member of Tony’s family is going to be targeted or attacked in some way. They are not supposed to go after family members, but Coco’s confrontation with Meadow makes me wonder about that.

  7. Fred Woods
    June 9, 2007 at 5:57 am

    I think they end up in Paris. Carmella loved visiting there.

  8. Dan Chmielewski
    June 11, 2007 at 7:47 am

    All I can say is I’m glad Phil got whacked and squished and that the Soprano family was intact for the finale. The door is open for a movie or return.

  9. June 11, 2007 at 11:36 am

    Here is what I picked up off http://www.sopranoland.com

    Havent heard it verified yet but a poster wrote…

    OK, at first I was really angry. I mean really, really angry. I can’t believe though that no-one has posted by now what happened. The only thing I saw that was right, was that in the last scene we are seeing through Tony’s eyes. Remember when he was speaking with Bobby…basically saying that you don’t see it happening?

    So here is what I found out. The guy at the bar is also credited as Nikki Leotardo. The same actor played him in the first part of season 6 during a brief sit down concerning the future of Vito. That wasn’t that long ago. Apparently, he is the nephew of Phil. Phil’s brother Nikki Senior was killed in 1976 in a car accident. Absolutely Genius!!!! David Chase is truly rewarding the true fans who pay attention to detail.

    So the point would have been that life continues and we may never know the end of the Sopranos. But if you pay attention to the history, you will find that all the answers lie in the characters in the restaurant. The trucker was the brother of the guy who was robbed by Christopher in Season 2. Remember the DVD players? The trucker had to identify the body. The boy scouts were in the train store and the black guys at the end were the ones who tried to kill Tony and only clipped him in the ear (was that season 2 or 3?).

    Absolutely incredible!!!! There were three people in the restaurant who had reason to kill Tony and then it just ends. This was Chase’s way of proving that he will not escape his past. It will not go on forever despite that he would like it to “don’t stop”. Not the fans!!! Tony would like it to keep going but just as we have to say goodbye, so does he. No more Tony and I guess we are supposed to be happy that Meadow didn’t get clipped as well (she would have been between the shooter and Tony) since she is the only one worth a crap in that family.

    Thank you David Chase for making it so obscure that I feel bad for hating you at first. Absolutely amazing!!!!”

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