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This Video Asks Whether Therapy Would Eventually Cure Tony Soprano

Tony Soprano is the original anti-hero. Seeing his conflicted persona in The Sopranos paved the way for the creation of other complicated figures like Breaking Bad‘s Walter White and Don Draper in Mad Men. While The Sopranos followed Tony as he went through therapy, those who watched the show will know that the character never really overcame his […]
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