If you’ve been watching the Sopranos, there were many scenes where Carmela interacted with Furio. Carmela, being the Boss’ wife, and Furio, the Boss’ henchman, had a forbidden “relationship” over the course of the season that was supposed to culminate in some action.
Unfortunately, this didn’t happen.
In response to this, I am scripting a class-action lawsuit citing defendants David Chase (the producer) and the AOL Time Warner Corporation (owners of HBO) claiming that said defendants are guilty of gross negligence in the performance of their duty to provide quality entertainment to the Plaintiffs, we Sopranos viewers. Thus far, the suit states that the accused has stripped the plaintiffs of a a certain number of televison viewing hours. Hours that were spent in the buildup of a plot line that had an insufficient denoument.
If you wish to join this lawsuit, please send me an e-mail.
Now I don’t want money from HBO, no. I just want them to look at what they did and make sure it never happens again. If I can save one person from watching one more minute of useless plot buildup that goes nowhere, I’d call it a success.