The Sopranos Ends with a Whimper, not a Bang
The Sopranos Last Supper
The Sopranos Finale
The final episode of the Sopranos last night may well not have been the finale for HBO's popular Mafia family saga. To the surprise of many, the Soprano family was left intact, leaving the door open for a sequel. Tony's successful and gruesome hit on his enemy, Phil Leotardo was enabled by an FBI agent whom Tony had cultivated by supplying him with information on alleged Muslim terrorists.
Here's a link to Allesandra Stanley's wrap-up story in this morning's NYTimes:
Phil Leotardo Squashed in Sopranos Finale
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