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Friday, March 10, 2006
SOPRANOS: WHO'S NEXT?
I'm sick of politics. Phony Dems and weenie Repubs: A pox on both their houses! Enuff already -- fuhgeddaboudit!
La famiglia returns on Sunday and I'm countin' the minutes.
I'm praying Furio, who's gone back to Italy, will return to the show. The guy is the perfect Italian male: he's tough, trim, tender and he can cook! And no matter what he may look like, with all that going for him, he's drop-dead gorgeous -- no pun intendeed.
I can do without the greedy, disloyal Paulie Walnuts. Speaking of which, is Johnny "Sack" really gone? Let's hope.
AJ was beginning to grow -- not mature; they never mature -- into an interesting and resourceful character.
As to the women ...
Here's hoping that Dr. Melfi's stick is removed and she finally gives Tony a glimpse of her undeniable attraction for him.
I'd never put up with what Carmella does with Tony -- or her kids, for that matter! -- but I don't want to see her whacked, either. She's whiny and arrogant and just g-d annoying most of the time.
Now Janice is another story. What a worthless use of human DNA, sucking up all the oxygen. Whack her!
As I said, I'd never put up with a Tony, not ever. But he's one of the best characters to come along in years. I grew up with a lot of Italians -- many first generation. I was briefly engaged to one. [The guy was not bright, so the engagement lasted long enough for me to learn how to make good sauce. His mother fed an army every weekend and made the best sauce with homemade Italian sausage. Btw, she never served spaghetti; she served rotini, penne or rigatoni.]
I like Tony. I don’t want to see him whacked or incarcerated. In real life, however, it would be a different story.
8 Speaking of scum-sucking two-timing bastards, BILL CLINTON HAD AN AFFAIR ON 9/11
[and 9/12 and 9/13 …]