On January 10th 1999, the world watched as Tony Soprano sat in the waiting room of Dr. Jennifer Melfi for the very first time, and watched on for 8 years until the series cut to black, leaving them in awe and confusion even to this day.
Of course, I still haven’t made it that far. Due to me being younger, there’s still a lot for me to catch up on, and as I’m sure you’re aware, people of the internet just assume that because something is popular everyone has seen it. So I’ve had many a spoiler thrown my way. See, I’m just at the end of Season 3 at the moment, and I’m happy that way. Cause honestly, I never want to see that cut to black. Ever. I love the show so much, it’s my favourite but when it cuts to black.....That’s it. No more Tony. No more compelling Drama, that’s just it. So I consider myself much luckier than everyone else, ‘cause I still have so much to see. I’m sure there are many people who wish they could relive the show as if it were for the first time. It really is something remarkable, and I think a big part is due to the star, Mr. James Gandolfini.