I've watched every Sopranos season five times I believe, save for season 6 which I've watched three times. I view it as a stunning masterpiece and a work of art that walks all over any other popular TV drama that people claim is so briliant. It's been my favorite show for years ever since my dad introduced me to it, most of my essays and articles from high school and up, I've written about the Sopranos when I had the chance, and I have this
as a massive poster over my bed.
So yeah, you're probably right, when all is said and done Sopranos will be the greatest show ever made. But Breaking Bad is right there in second for me. Above The Wire, Band of Brothers, Deadwood, South Park, Boardwalk Empire... you name it. I really, really love the show.
Funhouse I know what happened, but who was the major character killed in Long Term Parking?
Edit: Probably the most heartbreaking scene in Sopranos for me was Adriana admitting to Christopher she was working with the feds. Michael Imperioli was sooo ******* good as Chris Moltisanti.