What was Tony Soprano snacking on in the final scene?

What was Tony Soprano snacking on in the final scene?

What was Tony Soprano snacking on in the final scene?

One by one, the other members of his immediate family arrive – except for Meadow – and they start to eat onion rings and indulge in small talk.

Where did the final scene of The Sopranos take place?

The final scene of the episode was filmed in late March 2007 at Holsten’s Brookdale Confectionery, an ice cream and candy shop located in Bloomfield, New Jersey.

Does Paulie get whacked in The Sopranos?

Believing Valery is dead after Paulie chokes him with a lamp, they took Valery out into the Pine Barrens to dispose of him. Valery, who was later revealed to be a former commando in the Soviet military, was still alive, and knocked both Paulie and Christopher to the ground with a shovel.

What was the genius of the last scene in The Sopranos?

The actor thinks that the genius of the scene was that it kept fans talking, more than a decade later. “If the last scene was just Tony getting shot in the head that would have been it,” he said. “People would have talked about it for a month or two, and then it would have been over.

What happened to Tony Soprano at the end of The Sopranos?

Fade to black. Creator David Chase has alluded to the ending a few times since it aired, explaining that the clues are all there but for the first time he has given a definitive answer as to whether Tony Soprano, the fading mob boss, was actually killed that day.

What does the final scene of ‘The Sopranos’ teach us?

The final scene of The Sopranos raises a spiritual question that has no right or wrong answer.” I think the most important two words in those two sentences are “spiritual question.” And if we fixate on anything other than that, we’re missing the point. When people ask me, “Do you think Tony died?” I sometimes answer, “Of course.”

Does AJ die in The Sopranos?

So does AJ, who luckily fails to kill himself — Tony happening to come home at that moment is a Tony caliber stroke of good luck — and in this very episode, the kid survives a truck explosion. What’s more in character for The Sopranos, to kill a magically charmed character in the final scene, or to refuse to do so?