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Joe Pantoliano played Ralph Cifaretto in season three and four.He would later appear in flashbacks and dream sequences.
That was the best ending I knew to come up with and I thought it said some things but people didn't get it because they were angry. There was something else I was saying that was more important than whether Tony Soprano lived or died. The whole show had been about time in a way, and the time allotted on this Earth. The only way I felt I could do that was to rip it away. It made them upset emotionally, but intellectually they didn't follow it. We happen to be in this little pocket where there's a sun.
"I thought the episode itself might have been kind of a dud, but it wasn't. No one ever even saw it, talked about it, mentioned it or anything about it - and I think didn't even interpret it correctly because all they talked about was that ending. I think a lot of people thought they were being made a fool of, that I was being really meta - is that the word? It's really about time, to me - just to me - and love. People said, "Oh, it got worse and worse and worse." I think he's the same guy in the beginning as he was in the end.
- and postmodern or just showing my quote-unquote "contempt" for the audience or going "Ha, ha, ha. He was getting everything he wanted, that guy, but he wasn't happy. Now, in another sense, we saw that crime didn't pay because it wasn't making him happy. And then finally, once and a while he would make a connection with his family and be happy there. (AP: That the meaning of the show didn't have to be there in that final moment. Maybe had a little bit more capacity for compassion for people, I don't know.
Some continue to star in hit series, some have gone into other forms of entertainment and others are no longer with us. Steve Buscemi played Tony Blundetto in season five and later made minor appearances in flashbacks and dreams.
Here is a look at 22 Cast Members of The Sopranos: Where are they now? Steve Buscemi had a highly successful career prior to his role on Phil Leotardo was the boss of the New York Crime Family after the death of Johnny Sack. He was a very difficult person to deal with and had no respect for the New Jersey Family. After the death of his brother at the hands of Tony B. He was furious when he found out that his cousin’s husband and Capo in the New Jersey Family, Vito Spatfore, was homosexual.