TV Series | TV-PG | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Co-Writer and co-Producer David Chase created The Sopranos (1999). An episode from The Sopranos (1999) first season shows a scene in a retirement home, where the residents are watching television. It can't be seen what they're watching, but the theme music can be heard.
I hate it when anybody dies. Even someone like Blackwood. I'm sure he wasn't a bad guy at heart probably.
Jim Rockford: Oh yeah, you throw out the cocaine busts and what, a little pushing around the high schools and what have you got left? Just a sweet guy with a...
Throughout the series Rockford's trailer, parked in a parking lot, has electricity and running water, yet there is no evidence of a power line or plumbing attached to the unit. What's more,it often changed position, alternating with it sometimes being parked parallel to the beach and sometimes perpendicular to it.
The message left on the answering machine at the opening credits changes from episode to episode, usually as some kind of gag. Occasionally it dealt with some part of the forthcoming story.
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