"Just don't direct all your happiness toward me."
As a jailhouse lawyer.
Like all the other many tributes at this year's Emmy Awards, this too is sad.
Starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini in one of his last roles.
"There are an endless number of fond memories," said Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
"He didn't believe he could play a romantic lead, even though everyone on the set thought he was sexy and hilarious."
The Sopranos cast pays their last respects.
Funerals are for the living. James Gandolfini’s was beautiful and wrenching and right.
"I tried to write a traditional eulogy, but it came out like bad TV."
Another excuse to stay indoors.
A "true Jersey guy."
"Somehow Fox got my home number, and I was awakened at five in the morning."
One of James Gandolfini's last films, a hip-hop doc, and another twisty BBC miniseries.
The dark, haircuts, and giant talking vegetables.
The booth where Tony Soprano sat with his family in the show's final episode was kept empty all night.
James Gandolfini didn't just make Tony fascinating. He made Tony deeply, fully sad.