Soprano Sue's Sightings
 

 

Now that The Sopranos has come to an end, the question arises about how to spend Sunday nights. I called around
and here are some of the suggestions I received.  

  • Apply for a job at Satin Dolls as a dancer.    The pay is good and you get a day off when The Sopranos film
    at the club used as the fictional Bada Bing.    Another perk of the job is you don't have to spend a lot of money on clothing, since a Bada Bing Girl doesn't wear much. 

  • Girls can start shaving their hair off their heads, the hiatus of The Sopranos, is an opportunity to convert Vito Spatafore.  a little tip; wear a uniform, wear a uniform 

  • Book a celebrity or a celebrity look a like at your next party, and yes these people really do have connections!
  • Drive thru the Lincoln Tunnel, going back to New York, playing the A3 song "Woke Up this Morning" backwards.    There is a secret message to be revealed, playing the song in reverse, "its going to be a long time until anything on TV is as good as The Sopranos".
     
  • Rewatch all the episode of The Sopranos from season 1, history has shown that the second time around, always reveals plot lines and little tidbits missed the first time around.   As far as the Sopranos episode, "The Test Dream", watch a few more times, and when you have it figured out, email me.
     
  • Practice the art of Italian cooking, your family will appreciate it and so will your pets, who have gotten stuck sampling, what no one in your family has dared to eat during the show's run.
     
  • Still need that Sopranos fix?    Every Sunday night at 10 pm you can listen to
    Little Steven's Underground Garage Radio Show or on Wednesday at 6 pm you can listen to Vincent Pastore's Wise Guy Radio Show on Sirius Radio.
     
  • Have Pizzaland from the opening redits, cater your next family gathering, and when you are there picking up the food, look for Tony Soprano to drive by on his way home.
     
  • Get back into the habit of getting up early on Monday mornings, now that you don't have all those Sunday night Soprano parties to go to, this should be easy.
     
  • Rent the DVD's of the NBC's program "Joey", Drea De Matteo didn't die, just her character Adriana La Cuerva (or did she, we never really saw that she got killed, Silvio could have been a bad shot)
     
  • Take a long vacation, consider some of the exotic private locations offered in the Federal Witness Protection plan; Arizona, Mississippi...     These all inclusive packages usually include transportation, but only one way.
     
  • Try to figure out the route, Tony Soprano drives home in the opening credits, better yet, try to do it using only one tank of gas (or under 20 dollars in fuel cost).
     
  • Learn to stop chanting, WWTD (what would Tony do) when dealing with life's crisis'.   Taking that bracelet
    made of Duct Tape off, which has these letters marked on it, is the first start to rehabilitation from this affliction.
     
  • Put the body bag, which you use to carry your dirty clothes to the Laundromat in the closet, until Season 6 of The Sopranos starts airing.    Here's another link, if you can't find anything suitable at the first one.

From the Mafia Maiden

  • It's summer, time for summer school-as AJ has discovered. You can take an online writing class from the 
    Gotham Writer's Workshop
    .
    Maybe you can finish your memoirs faster than Christopher.
  • Need money? Try the Carmella route and go for your real estate license. Or hit up your ex-husband for the cash.
  • Summer at the Jersey shore-time for target practice. Take a ride to Seaside Heights and play the "shoot the terrorist game". 
    Maybe you can give Paulie Walnuts some lessons, since he was so successful with the Russian.
  • Need some light reading at the beach? Do your homework and read The Valachi Papers, or the Jersey version "The Turnpike 
    Tabloids
    ."
  • Tony B lives at the box office with "Coffee and Cigarettes" this summer, not to be mistaken for Tony Soprano's "Romance and 
    Cigarettes
    "-still filming. Just be wary if your significant other tells you they are going out for cigarettes and does not return.
  • Time for a barbecue! Get your meat from Satriales-no animal byproducts used!   What? You don't feel like cooking? Get your 
    catering from Vesuvios. After all, Janice can't be all wrong!
  • When you go to the ultimate repast when the Sopranos is over, don't forget Uncle Junior was a professional funeral attendee.
  • How about a June wedding? Time to check Meadow's wedding registry now that we have Sunday's available. 

 

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