Inspired by my buddy Phil, here's a little pictorial ode to the odd relationship between "The Sopranos" and the paper that employs me.
"Pilot" (Season one): Tony's first trip down to the end of the driveway to pick up the paper, which would become a season-opening tradition. Both the Ledger and Tony look very different these days.
"The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti" (Season one): Christopher is so excited to learn that his name was mentioned in a Star-Ledger article about the mob that he steals every copy from a vending machine.
"Two Tonys" (Season five): The first season to open with Tony not living at the McMansion, and what better way to illustrate it than with the paper lying untouched at the base of the driveway until Meadow runs it over with her car?
"Mayham" (Season six): Silvio, serving as acting boss during Tony's coma, has a bathroom reading session interrupted by Paulie and Vito.
"Mr. & Mrs. John Sacramoni Request..." (Season six): This is more of a tabloid-style headline than anything we usually do, but it's really funny, and it's also the most visually accurate recreation of a Ledger page that they did over the years.