By now, you've most likely seen, and been incredibly disappointed by, the last scene of The Sopranos: Tony, Carmella and AJ ordering up and eating onion rings, as Meadow struggles to parallel park her Lexus. Shady characters mill about the diner-some casting threatening looks at Tony and his family. And then, just as Meadow is about to enter the front door, Tony looks up, an indecipherable expression on his face, and the screen cuts to black.
Nothing happens next-but we at CRACKED have confirmed reports that Sopranos creator David Chase did shoot several alternate endings.
1The Emotional Ending
As he did in the episode that aired, Tony goes to visit Uncle Junior at his state-run mental institution. The two men talk for several minutes, when Uncle Junior gets up to leave the room, starts to walk away.
"Uncle Jun," Tony calls out, longingly, starting at his older relative, "wanna have a catch?"
"I'd like that," says Uncle Jun. The two men then go outside the mental institution and play catch.
"Is this heaven?" Uncle Junior asks Tony.
"No, it's New Jersey."
Fade to black. THE END.