Finally finished watching the sopranos after all these years although I'm a little behind everyone else. Not sure what to think about the ending...was angry at first but as I thought about it I wondered how else would I want it to end? In some drama filled blaze of glory? Nuh I'm kinda happy with it I guess. It lets you choose what happens in your own mind. What I think happened when they cut from the final scene to a black screen - The last scene was so tense, something had to be afoot IMO. That guy lurking over near the bar with the members only jacket was sent to take out Tony I reckon. It reminded me of a scene in the godfather (tony refers to it as his favorite scene earlier in the series) where Michael Corleone retrieves a gun from the toilet before killing his enemies in the diner. Also when Bobby was talking to tony earlier in season 6 he comments on how suddenly and silently death can happen and that you wouldn't even notice it - which kind hints at the sudden black screen as being Tony's last memory before he and his family are killed. On the other hand I'd like to think meadow came and joined them at the table and they all had a nice dinner together. The song choice of 'Don't Stop Believing' kind of points to this unless Chase wanted it to be ironic. The Sopranos has always been about family and I guess it would be fitting to end how it began. The final shot. Tony looking up as his daughter enters the diner: Awesome series and I'm very sad it's over I think I'm finally satisfied with the finale though. IF anyone hasn't seen it and liked the movie Goodfellas I recommend this series to the XTREME. What do some of you other dudes think about the finale? Or the series as a whole?