The Sopranos’ ending gets recreated in Seinfeld

The Sopranos’ final scene has been pored over so much in the decade since it first aired that, at this point, it’s gone from massive pop-culture mystery to mere reference point. Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’,” Meadow’s terrible parallel parking skills, the guy in the Members Only jacket, and finally the bell ringing…

What’s with all the driving during the Big Little Lies theme song?

Sometimes a driving sequence at the top of a TV show symbolizes a protagonist’s new beginning: Mary Richards heading down the highway to Minneapolis, or the Clampetts’ loaded-up truck moving to Beverly—Hills, that is. Sometimes the ride is about what lies ahead, as in the top-down cruise that opened up Boy Meets World…

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