In case any of you missed the ending of The Sopranos that occurred a few weeks ago, I just found it on YouTube. The Sopranos has amassed a massive fanbase during its 7 season run and now that the show has ended, we can all expect shows down the road to pay homage to it. I encourage you all to watch the final scene just so you can see the scene that will surely go down as one of the most famous in television history. If you care for my opinion, I thought it brilliantly did what it was trying to do but I wanted some closure to the show after investing so much time watching. Parallel parking has never been so scary.

I don’t know how many of you know this, but I’ve been a huge journey fan for years. I only have 3 CD’s in my car: Interpol-Our Love to Admire, The National-Boxer, and Journey’s Greatest Hits. Hilary Clinton made a video parodying it and Family Guy used it a while ago. Enjoy.

The Sopranos:

Clinton’s video:

Family Guy

Journey doing it best:

Journey did it again when they got old
Journey did it again a few months ago
Some guy did an interesting acoustic version
Scrubs did it
Some other guy did it too
Michael Showalter, Of Montreal and Don’t Stop Believing in the same video! Zomg?!
Kelly Clarkson’s version is not very good



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