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The Final Episodes Of 'The Sopranos' Prepare A Bloody Feast Of Operatic Betrayal And Middle-aged Angst

April 08, 2007|By David Zurawik | David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic

MOB BOSS SUPREME TONY Soprano (James Gandolfini) these days tells himself that every day is a gift, but after being shot in the abdomen, simply eating sausage threatens to put him back in the emergency room.

Rival mafioso Phil Leotardo (Frank Vincent) is back on the streets, but after quintuple bypass surgery and a near-fatal post-op infection, he's just hoping to make it to retirement.




How will it end for Tony Soprano? When the last episode of The Sopranos airs on June 10, will Tony live or die? Should he live or die? Vote in our poll on the fate of the troubled crime boss at baltimoresun.com / sopranos, where you can also see a video of David Zurawik previewing two episodes of the final season.

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