Seriously, anyone stuck in 2007 would spit-take Cherry Vanilla Coke all over their brand-new Amy Winehouse-playing iPhones if they were told that the above headline would be relevant seven freaking years after the fact. And yet, here we are: in a recent sort-of interview with Vox, Sopranos showrunner David Chase finally revealed that America's favorite stripper-gawking Italian stereotype didn't actually bite that bullet at the end of the show -- a pretty stunning revelation when you consider that not only has Chase refused to answer that question in the past, he always claimed the answer wasn't important. That's no doubt why Entertainment Weekly, Hitfix, NJ.com, and Oregon Live all spread the word ...
War of facts, also.
... only to have their loose mouths silenced faster than, you know, that guy who gets killed in Season 1 (oh shit, spoilers!). Yes, it seems we're right back to where we started: a mysterious ending that isn't that mysterious when you consider that the script makes Tony's death way more obvious, as we've covered before. But sure, just go ahead and teach the controversy.