SNL Imagines the Sopranos in High School with “The Sopranos Diaries” [VIDEO]

Posted on: January 28th, 2013 at 6:18 am by


Because the Carrie Diaries is such an unbelievable abomination, Saturday Night Live had to poke fun at the CW treatment. But instead of ridiculing Carrie and company, the ensemble decided to take the Sopranos for the proverbial spin. Indeed. The Sopranos Diaries – the gang in high school during the eighties.

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  • Joey

    This appears to be a parody Elie post, as it were. The proverbial SNL sketch of blog posts. “Indeed.” What purpose does this serve here? Who knows? In addition to puzzling sentence fragments. This post also features yet another potshot. At a tv show nobody who reads this blog will ever see. Not even by accident. All that’s missing. Is a gushing reference to a rock band. That was cool 10 years ago. And even then, for sounding like a rock band 30 years ago. As it were.

    (Love you guys!)