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Senior Entertainment Reporter John Kiesewetter has been covering TV and media issues for 20 years. After joining the Cincinnati Enquirer in 1975 as a summer intern, he worked as a county government and suburban reporter; assistant city editor and suburban editor; and features editor supervising the Life section. He has a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University.

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Tuesday, June 05, 2007

The End of Tony Soprano

OK, so how will "The Sopranos" end Sunday?

It doesn't look good for Tony, his gang and family after last Sunday's episode. His whole empire is crumbling, after hits by Brooklyn crime boss Phil Leotardo on Bobby at the Lionel train store and Silvio outside the Bada Bing!

Tony's wife and two kids are in hiding. He's holed up in the upstairs bedroom of an old house, clutching a big assault rifle, with four bodyguards downstairs. Earlier in the day, his therapist cut off his session, and threw him out of the office.

So how will it end 9 p.m. Sunday? (before he premiere of HBO's "John from Cincinnati?" More about that later this week)

Will Tony's tip to the FBI agent about possible terrorists result in protection for Tony? Or will Tony be killed off? Or go to jail?

Who will die in the finale -- Tony's sister Janice? His depressed son AJ? Meadow? Wife Carmela? What's your over/under on Sunday's body count?

You can post your comments here. And you can take our "Sopranos" poll at


at 6/05/2007 7:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tony will survive and AJ will have a role in his survival.

at 6/05/2007 9:52 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is one "out there" prediction but I'll regret it if I don't make it and it actually happens.

When watching the previews for next week, which were admitedly very brief, there is a very quick shot of AJ looking off to the horizon, with a somewhat astonished look on his face.

I am predicting that he is looking over to New York from New Jersey and seeing the detonation of a nuclear device -- maybe just a suitcase bomb or something more in the scope of what we've been warned "could" happen.

Tony's terrorist connections, AJ's reviewing of that "Jamestown Foundation" website, and overall angst about the state of the world might actually turn out to be justified.

Yes, I know -- way out there -- but no question, the creator/writers have made various political and global issue comments with both dialogue and other observations.

at 6/06/2007 9:05 AM Anonymous Greg said...

I wonder if his ducks will finally come back.

at 6/07/2007 6:39 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

"John From Cincinnati"??? Kiese, I didn't know HBO was doing your life story! (hee, hee)

at 6/07/2007 12:49 PM Blogger andy said...

Paulie has been the rat all along...he has been wired and he has been working for New York. He will kill Tony. AJ will seek revenge for his father in the manner he wasnted to with Junior.

at 6/10/2007 11:09 PM Anonymous Bob Turner said...

What an utter disappointment for a last episode. Nothing was really resolved and it just left everyone up in the air. Can anyone say "sequel?" Of course, the bucks that would go with the sequel make it worthwhile for the producers of the show.

I think they slapped us in the face for those bucks.

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