Sometimes, it's not the fire that burns you. It's the juices.You can read the full column at NJ.com, but feel free to comment here.
Two episodes ago, in "Walk Like a Man," Tony suggested that Chris pull a steak off the barbecue because it would continue to cook in its own juices, even away from the flame. At the time, it was an apt metaphor for the growing resentment Chris and Tony were feeling for each other in the aftermath of Adriana's death. But it applies even more to last night's "The Second Coming," where nearly every character is stewing in the juices of some very old beef.
Monday, May 21, 2007
Once again, deadline issues mean that Sopranos Rewind is going to be online-only on Monday, which means I can link to the column right away.