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Old 31-07-2013, 23:19
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I know there must be a bazillion threads on this - but I can't help it.

Have finally convinced the husband to watch the Sopranos.

We are half way through series 2 and it is so much better the second time and I loved it the first time!!

I'm so much more relaxed, not wondering what's going to happen etc that I can just enjoy the amazing dialogue and the detail and intricacies that I missed the first time.

Have particularly enjoyed:

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Old 01-08-2013, 09:15
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I know there must be a bazillion threads on this - but I can't help it.

Have finally convinced the husband to watch the Sopranos.

We are half way through series 2 and it is so much better the second time and I loved it the first time!!

I'm so much more relaxed, not wondering what's going to happen etc that I can just enjoy the amazing dialogue and the detail and intricacies that I missed the first time.

Have particularly enjoyed:

Hey, Cheese ****.

When you're married you'll understand the importance of good fresh produce.
BIB - That's one of the pleasures of watching things a second time. As well as seeing much loved (and sadly deceased) actors and characters again, we can revel in the anticipation of favourite scenes. I reckon I'll be ready for my third sit-through of The Sopranos in under a year.

I do the same with just about every great series - Game of Thrones, Homeland, Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, The Sopranos. I've watched the 13 episodes of Extras at least four times.
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Old 01-08-2013, 09:53
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I dug out my sopranos boxset when i heard the tragic news of his passing. It should keep me going until Boardwalk empire starts.
best episode so far is Pine Barrens - Paulie and Christopher are brilliant
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Old 01-08-2013, 09:55
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I find you appreciate television second time around or even on multiple viewings. I have seen Buffy like 20 times but when i began re-watching again this year, i still found things i appreciated and that i liked which i didn't like before.
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Old 01-08-2013, 09:58
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Like you Cloud Tiger I also dug out my Sopranos box set when I heard he'd died.

Have just got to the episode where Ralphie killed the stripper in season 3.

I've forgotten so much of what happens it's like watching it again for the first time. And that's never a bad thing!
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Old 01-08-2013, 13:52
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I need to watch The Sopranos and The Wire again. I find if they're on Sky Atlantic when I'm flicking through I always start watching. I'm recording series 4 as it's probably my favourite series. I do love Ralphie
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Old 07-08-2013, 11:57
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I need to watch The Sopranos and The Wire again. I find if they're on Sky Atlantic when I'm flicking through I always start watching. I'm recording series 4 as it's probably my favourite series. I do love Ralphie
The Wire has started from the begining on Sky Atlantic, well 2 episodes into the 1st series
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Old 07-08-2013, 12:23
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I've watched The Sopranos, from beginning to end, at least 3 times now. It never gets boring. Just fantastic. So many great characters, so much great dialogue. Hilarious scenes, sad scenes, worrying scenes. Without a doubt it's the best TV show ever made.
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Old 08-08-2013, 02:19
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I dug out my sopranos boxset when i heard the tragic news of his passing. It should keep me going until Boardwalk empire starts.
best episode so far is Pine Barrens - Paulie and Christopher are brilliant
Agreed......walking through woods then they get the phone call from Tony, we were in hysterics
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