Thursday, March 08, 2007

Tony's not welcome

The peeps in New Jersey aren't too hot on Tony and his goons. The E channel reports:

Looks like HBO can fugettabout bringing The Sopranos to one suburban New Jersey town.

The city of Bloomfield has barred the Emmy-winning series from filming an upcoming episode there due to its "negative depictions of Italian-Americans,"

Mayor Raymond McCarthy told the New York Post.
According to McCarthy, whose wife happens to be Italian, the series was slated to shoot its swan-song episode at a local ice cream parlor.

Upon hearing about it, however, the mayor spearheaded a successful effort to whack the plans.

Both HBO and the owners of the Holsten's Brookdale Confectionery are hoping to overturn the decision.

It's been so long since the last seaon, I am going to have to rent it and review. Why did they wait so long? The final nine-episode run begins Apr. 8 on HBO.


At 1:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm starting to lose interest. But I can't wait til its return!! Thanks for the info.

At 1:14 PM, Blogger Gina said...

lol, your comment is an oxymoron, like jumbo shrimp. "Oh, I don't care, but I can't wait!!!" lol, loves it!

Will we go back to our Sunday nights together?

At 3:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hee, hee.
And yes, we HAVE to have our Sunday nights together again!


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