What If 'The Sopranos' And 'Seinfeld' Had Switched Endings?

I enjoyed this brief profile of Mad Men creator Matt Weiner in The New York Times, but the best line in it comes from Sopranos creator David Chase, who reflected on how his show ended:

It’s just very difficult to end a series. For example, ‘Seinfeld,’ they ended it with them all going to jail. Now that’s the ending we should have had. And they should have had ours, where it blacked out in a diner.

I can't tell if Chase is speaking tongue-in-cheek here, or if he actually has regrets about the maddening final scene from The Sopranos.

Either way, I think he's right.

1 comments :: What If 'The Sopranos' And 'Seinfeld' Had Switched Endings?

  1. Dude. The Sopranos ending was perfect, in my opinion. Never cared much for the way Seinfeld took everybody out of NYC for the end. Kind of disorienting.

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