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It's official: 'Sopranos' geeks are even more psychotic than Trekkies

Sopranos07_53 Here's an analysis of the final episode of The Sopranos that purports to find evidence of Tony's whacking not only in old Steve Van Zandt records but the comic strip Garfield and even the antitrust breakup of AT&T. (Did you really think those pissants at the Justice Department would have dared to screw around with the phone company? David Chase's fingerprints were all over that one.) This piece was called to my attention by Herald film critic Rene Rodriguez, whose belief in it should explain to you why he's only allowed to write about Will Ferrell and not the fine arts like television.

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