So the ending to me delivers that message. It was like the window coming down after your time runs out at the peep show. We, the viewers, were given an opportunity to observe this life and these people, and see if we could learn something about the human condition, and the lesson we were given was that life goes on and people don't fundamentally change. Tony didn't die. Yet. Tony didn't go to prison. Yet. Tony once expressed envy and anger at the happy wanderer who just goes happily through life, but that's exactly what Tony does. He might examine his own life, and he might claim he's going to change, but he never actually makes any permanent changes. And isn't that true of most of us? You have a come-to-Jesus moment and proclaim that you're going to stop doing this and start doing this, and a few weeks go by, and it's easier to fall into old habits and then you forget why you wanted to change in the first place. So that's what I think Tony and the rest of the characters will continue to do. We just don't get to watch it anymore.
Episode Report CardKim: A+ | 1699 USERS: B
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