Back inside, Tony tells Carmela that she'll be all right, and then they call AJ over to join them. There's more singing, and more montages, and Adriana leans over to ask Mrs. Dante what the song means. "Ungrateful heart," she's told, and then the soundtrack cuts over to a number of different voices performing the same song, all while Junior continues to lip-synch. Everyone cries and looks sad, and we fade out for the last time on a wide shot of the whole Family, gathered together in grief.
Ronald Reagan: This is the way the show ends?
Santa Claus: This is the way the show ends?
Michael Knight: This is the way the show ends?
Michael Imperioli: Well, I for one loved it.
George Lucas: I'm still waiting for the Ewoks.
Gerald Levin: I still can't believe you're making me wait a year to show the next season.
David Chase: Since it's not like I haven't made my feelings on arbitrary repetition pretty clear over the past thirteen weeks, I shouldn't even have to say this, but everyone get out. Now.
Everyone: But we don't want to leave. Can't there be more?
David Chase: I'd like it if there were, but writing this stuff for thirteen weeks straight ain't easy, you know. I mean, what are you gonna do?
PS: If you're all good little boys and girls while I'm gone, you might just end up getting your fondest wish: at long last seeing me Six Feet Under. And they say there's a heaven for those who will wait, and some say it's better, but I say it ain't. I'd rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints, because you guys are much more fun.