It’s been techical difficulties central at CSTB today, and while our crack support staff are working O.T. to figure things out, I suspect we’ll be ok while you’re watching some of society’s most widely despised characters do their thing in prime time.
But enough about Bruce Bowen and Tim Duncan. “The Sopranos” might be interesting, too.
15 thoughts on “Because It’s Paulie’s Last Night, Too”
it’s supposed to end that way, Gerard.
More Paulie is required.
there should be a Paulie spin-off, agreed. Would be miles funnier than “Entourage.”
That was exhausting. The end might be the be3st editesd three-minutes I’ve ever seen on the tube. Except for that one Prince video. Yeah, that one.
I’m pulling for a Paulie-based sitcom full of ghosts only he can see, including his mother, his aunt and Pussy. His “Newman” would be the Russian in the woods, who gets some plastic surgery and is played by Yakov Smirnoff or noted Russian-accent master John Malkovich. I would go with “That’s Our Paulie!” for the title, but those sorts of calls are a little above my pay grade.
Or A.J. hosting his own variety show, Brady-style. Whichever is cool with me.
I’m happy to report the finale of the 3rd or 4th best show on HBO upset Golic to the point of screaming and yelling this morning. (okay, what doesn’t?) I don’t get the outrage over this; the series never gave a “payoff” before.
Wilbon called it “intellectually dishonest” on Kornheisher’s DC radio show this morning. I don’t recall this sort of outpouting of emotion over the final episode of “Arli$$”. Then again, I didn’t watch it.
I’ve never watched an episode of The Sopranos, so I’m somewhat surprised to find myself extremely excited to tune in WFAN at 1:00 pm ET sharp today to hear what 660’s finest have to say about the series finale. Hopefully Russo says “It was so weird, Mike” in the first segment, otherwise I lose my pool.
Hot Shit: I heard Golic go off, too (“as bad as Seinfeld’s ending!”, quoth the Preznit of the Brady Quinn Street Team), & I was surprised to hear Mike Greenberg strike a pose as The Voice of Reason re: how leaving things open to interpretation is A Good Thing.
I imagine Cowherd’s gonna have some shit to say, too. Wheeeee.
The surviving Chrissie gave last night a big thumbs down,but admitted the press might see it differently. But he doesn’t want some “24 year old….from the Columbia Film Of Design” (?) to explain it to him.
“say bye bye to Pop Pop…”
just to add…rome was pissed too
“i know that he knows that he was gonna piss people off with that ending and it pisses me off”
or something like that except with a “brah” or the adult alarm mixed in.
f’in romey dudes….dude’s so cool brahs.
Michael Kay promised he’d chime in on this burning issue after 6pm, however, he a) thought the finale stunk and b) doesn’t want to talk about the Sopranos all day. What a rebel.
Two hours of watching YES was worth it, if only to learn that last night was partially A&E’s fault.
also re: Paulie spin-off – should be in the “buddy pic/sitcom/etc.” format with that cat who keeps looking at Christofur’s picture.
fine idea. Especially when it is revealed the cat in question was the lead singer of Visiting Day in a previous life.
who’d have thought Daniel Baldwin’s star turn in “Cleaver” would’ve had such a long shelf life? A private eye that solves the murders of cyberhookers after being “sucked into the internet”? Sounds very Cinemax to me.