I could see that as a distinct possibility Liquid. And if Chris somehow caused it if not actually doing it? Because of his alcohol/drug use? Tony would go after him in a second. And Phil has to come into it in some way (using the same reasoning I mentioned earlier: they wouldn't be giving him so much valuable screen time if he wasn't going to play a part in the end).
Well it certainly caught me off-guard. Expected something to happen but not the way it did. Just when you think its safe to get in the water the sharks come out. Can't wait to see what fate befalls Paulie!
I wasn't at all surprised at the outcome (somewhat at the method) because I saw on Saturday that Michael Imperioli is a guest on Letterman this coming Tuesday. Only one reason for that.
It's amazing the amount of relief that Tony is getting from this. It is looking like the series is going to go out not with a bang but a whimper. Any thoughts that AJ was going to step up should be dashed with his performance at the analyst's office last night. The only loose end is Phil. He will probably meet a violent end.
Exciting episode! I wonder how disappointed the writers are that AJ looks like he's fifteen? An obvious story line would be him getting into the family business. That may yet happen but it's going to be hard to take seriously if he does.
I used to like The Sopranos, but now I just want it to end. The show used to be one of the highlights of my week, but the writing has gone downhill, and the episodes have absolutely no flow to them. Someone else commented about Tony's gambling habit - it seemed to only be present in that one episode; we didn't see anything about it beforehand, and he gambled a little bit in the last episode.
The show wasn't the same after their 18 month hiatus.