The SOPRANOS: Final Last Episode Review (we got whacked) (lost online review video by Chris "Irate Gamer" Bores; 2007)

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Status: Lost

"The SOPRANOS: Final Last Episode Review (we got whacked)" is a lost video created by online reviewer Chris Bores, better known as The Irate Gamer.


The video was released on June 16, 2007, 6 days after the Sopranos finale aired on June 10, 2007. The video's description read as follows:

If you watched the series finale of Soprano's, or interested in Final Episodes of TV shows in General, then this video is for you! (For those who haven't seent he last episode, the last scene, the main cast were in a diner talking and just before anything happens, the scene just went to black for 5 minutes before the credits rolled. People were pissed that there was no ending to this show) I explore season finale's of multiple shows and compare them in order to shed some light on a few things. Make sure you understand what happened in the last episode that made everyone upset before watching. (Sorry guys, I took a break from the game reviews and they are coming along shortly!)[1]

The exact date of removal is unknown, but using the Wayback Machine it's been narrowed down to after November 5, 2015.[2]


Based on accounts from BatDan (owner of the Irate Gamer Sucks blog) written down in December 2009, the video went like this:

The video started with Bores telling everyone to calm down over the ending, followed by a title card that said "Irate Gamer on: Season Finales". He says that if you have a hit show you'll have a lot of fans, and the last episode should be good. He listed off famous finales like M*A*S*H and Arrested Development. He then brings up the Seinfeld finale and his opinion that it wasn't as bad as people said it was. He also mentions Sliders as an example of a show that got worse over time.

Bores then compare Soprano's multiple plot-lines and compared it to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, feeling that the series needed closure to see the characters move on. The video ends with Bores saying "This is the most important thing I’ll ever say in my life, but-" then cutting to black, referencing the Sopranos finale itself.[3]