The End of the Sopranos, the Beginning of a Series

Monday, June 11, 2007

WTF was that ending??? MEH, I say. All in all the episode was pretty good, but the ending blew chunks. Humpfh. I was expecting it to go out with a bang (pretty much literally), and instead it went out with a... hell, I don't even know what that was. It was lame. Disappointing. And not very satisfying. HBO can do a hell of a series, but their endings suck ass. I'll add the Sopranos to the list of series finales that sucked ass. (Oz and Carnivale, anyone?)

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Well in other news, I started reading an awesome new (to me, anyway) series last night by MaryJanice Davidson. I started Undead and Unwed, and it was fabulous. It reminded me of the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich - it was written in first person, and it was funny as hell. Several times I had to stop reading because I was laughing so hard. I love this author. Why? Because she starts the acknowledgments page with, "There's really no need to thank anyone; I did this all myself. Okay, that was a rather large lie."

The first chapter begins, "The day I died started out bad and got worse in a hurry." Brilliant. BTW, this is a vampire/romance series. It's fricking wonderful. I can't wait to get the rest of them!

3 Angst(s):

Pete said...

Ways to tell Carrie's been watching Sopranos:

1) She says "hell" and "ass" every other word, unto death.

2) That's it, really. Hellish ass.

I've never read a vampire/romance novel. That's interesting. I didn't know anyone had ever written one of those...!

:-D

I'm reading my way through the Dark Tower series. I'm halfway through BOok 4, Wizard & Glass, right now.

Carrie said...

What the hell is that supposed to mean? That just chaps my ass. *hysterical laugher cuz I crack myself up*

SanRemoAve said...

He's being the hell of an ass, isn't he, Carrie?

I don't have HBO so have to wait for the final season to come out on DVD. You'll know when I'm catching up because I'll start saying things like, "Whaddya gonna do?" and "Mothaf***er".