The Sopranos Finale | David Chase Explains it All

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Nah, just kidding. Like he would ever do that. But the Sopranos creator does give his only post-finale interview to TV critic extraordinaire Alan Sepinwall. "No one was trying to be audacious, honest to god. We did
what we thought we had to do. No one was trying to blow people’s minds,
or thinking, ‘Wow, this’ll (tick) them off.’ People get the impression
that you’re trying to (mess) with them and it’s not true. You’re trying
to entertain them."

I believe him. Despite outcries from histrionic blogger/journalist Nikki Finke (who turned her comments off ’cause they’re all negative) and the New York Post (who are probably upset mainly because Chase went to France to avoid the press), I thought the Sopranos closer was just about perfect. I don’t think Tony was whacked. I think he’s doomed to spend the rest of his life wondering if the next person through the door is the guy who’d going to kill him. Tension from nothing. "On and on and on and on…."

… and even haters have to admit it still made more sense than John from Cincinnati.

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