It was right out of the Sopranos, it was like he was watching too many episodes or something ... It was laughable.
You know this is all locker-room banter, all wise-guy, wannabe banter ... it was right out of the Sopranos, it was like he had been watching too many episodes or something. It’s laughable.More quotes »
'Sopranos' star Vincent Pastore to premiere 'Wild Children' in Nyack
"Big Pussy" Bonpensiero is back. Only this time, the actor who played the mobster on "The Sopranos," Vincent Pastore, has written a show called "Wild Children" that opens Friday at the Nyack Village Theatre. The production features fellow former "Sopranos" Read more »
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CBS Orders ‘Bad Teacher’ To Series
today the network greenlit the half-hour comedy Bad Teacher. Based on the hit Cameron Diaz film, Bad Teacher stars Ari Graynor (The Sopranos) as a bawdy career trophy wife who uses her teaching gig as a way to find her next wealthy husband. The series marks 5/22/13 from Daemon's TV Read more »
“Mad Men”: An Obsessive’s Guide to Cultural References (Season 6, Ep. 8)
about “The Crash,” this week’s episode of “Mad Men.” Was its zig-zagging, dream-like structure a nod to the later seasons of “The Sopranos,” where Matthew Weiner used to put pen to paper? Could it have been a giant, allegorical post-Robert Kennedy death-trip? from ArtInfo Read more »
Jamie-Lynn Sigler Talks Kim Kardashian and "Sopranos" Ending!
her first child, and Heather has four. Find out why the mom-to-be "feels bad" for Kim Kardashian: As for the possibility of a "Sopranos" reunion, Jamie-Lynn told host Andy Cohen , "no, it's done. It's sad to say but I don't think so." The actress, who played from tooFab! Read more »
The Mad Men Recap: Uh What the Hell Was That?
installment where Roger did LSD and thought the 1919 World Series was taking place in his bathroom. B. A rip-off of that Sopranos episode where Tony got food poisoning and fever-dreamed that Big Pussy was a talking fish. C. Responsible for giving us the most from Esquire Read more »
'Not Fade Away' Shouldn't, Yet Despite Its Title, It Does (Review)
of families and invited us, for one of the first times in television history, to identify with bona fide criminals. Without The Sopranos there’d be no Breaking Bad or Mad Men, so perhaps when the studio greenlit Not Fade Away, it was already implying that from PopMatters Read more »