Michael Imperioli and Vincent Curatola (Christopher Moltisanti and Johnny “Sack” Sacramoni) have signed on to appear in the last eight episodes of The Sopranos. James Gandolfini and Edie Falco (Tony Soprano and Carmela Soprano) were first to sign for the final eight episodes. This is after HBO decided to extend the sixth season to 20 episodes, with 12 airing in 2006 and the last eight airing in 2007.
This is great because I’ve always wanted to see if this show can get any slower and more boring than it already is. It’s kind of like waiting for your dog to die. You want to put it out of its misery, but you also want to see how long it can last even though it can’t breathe or walk on its own.
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