Hopefully this episode diminishes the whinging from those detractors who say that The Sopranos has lost its oooph. Unless your idea of high drama and good writing is one of those ridiculous 'reality' type shows, you'd be hardpressed to not find this episode riveting, revealing and definitely mounting the tension. I'm sorry to see the end of Johnny Sack--even when I was annoyed at him, I was mesmerized by his character. On the other hand, every time I look at Christopher I want to smack him with a cleaver myself! This means brilliant acting on the part of Michael Imperioli, and damn fine writing by Chase and Company. It's anyone's guess as to who will whack who--I'm hoping that Tony orders a hit on the great director before Christopher's hotheadedness finally sees him doing the unforgiveable.
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