Wednesday, December 17, 2003

I finished watching the fourth season of The Sopranos last night. Though the season as a whole wasn't as brilliant as the first two seasons, it had some of the best episodes to date, and really deserved the 13 Emmy nominations it got this year. The volume was turned down on gratuitous violence, but the plots and subplots felt much more cohesive than the third season.

While I liked parts of the third season, I felt overall that the story arc was too meandering, and too many subplots (like the Russian interior decorator) were abandoned without resolution. If you're a Sopranos fan at all, you won't go wrong by watching this season, especially the great finale.

Joe Pantoliano deserves his supporting Emmy too -- he makes me want to watch Memento again.

Australia accidently kills its oldest tree
Cell phones at the Nobel dinner
Fined $30,000 for cell phone stunt

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