Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Diogenes1, Jun 6, 2014.
is he referring to the Ojibwe saying pinned to the cork board in his hospital room?
I hated that episode.
Side thought: why don't these The Wire fags ever start threads talking about moments of the show since it's supposedly better?
I love the wire. But the Sopranos is better overall.
at least he banged his nephew's goomah in it.
I didn't get that part either. I understood the episode. If you remember, he was going through a period where he was trying to be a better man after the shooting. At that moment he made the decision to go back to a total low life again
He realized he liked being the boss and the life IMO.
But in the episode "The Fleshy Part of the Thigh," he looks at the aphorism pinned there by Janice and seems puzzled by it. "Sometimes I go about in pity for myself, and all the while, a great wind carries me across the sky."
Whoever wrote the scene had probably never tripped on peyote or whatever
do you think they are linking it to what he read?
He is looking off the cliff to the sky.
If they are, I take back my criticism
That was a running theme in the show. Tony liked to call Livia the woman who cried about having no bread in one hand while she had a Virginia Ham under the other arm
I like when he called that insurance broad that came in to kick him out of his hospital room a "sick cunt."
stoked they finally added HBO series' to Amazon instant video. on season 2 of The Wire and season 4 of The Sopranos
Boardwalk Empire or Deadwood any good?
Complete series being released on Blu-Ray November 4th.
I'm totally buying that.
About fucking time!!!!!
RIP James Gandolfini
Because The Wire had blacks and most of the douche bags on this site hate blacks
I never watched The Wire.