The Sopranos: The Strong Silent Type.

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The strong silent type gary cooper.

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Never noticed before that this scene is structured accordingly to the theory of 5 stages of grief. First he tries to distract her with the diploma as a Denial of the question (not a topic at all..), then Anger, then she mentions anxiety is normal and he moves to Bargaining. Then she asks again - do you feels depressed and he remains silence - he IS in a short Depression stage - she asks for the third time and he, in a kind of a relief admits, yes, and provides the reason even by himself. Brilliant.

Author — skru23cz

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This scene, I remember seeing this scene on its initial airing. That scene gripped me, and never let me go. I was a Sopranos junkie after that.

Author — Anthony Burn

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“Whatever happened to Gary Coleman, the strong, silent type.”

Author — M R

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I like Tonys face expression when He start to talk about Gary Cooper 1:04

Author — mocuishlebg

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Let me tell ya something. Nowadays, everybody’s gotta go to shrinks, and counselors, and go on “Sally Jessy Raphael” and talk about their problems. Whatever happened to Gary Cooper? The strong, silent type. That was an American. He wasn’t in touch with his feelings. He just did what he had to do. See, what they didn’t know was once they got Gary Cooper in touch with his feelings that they wouldn’t be able to shut him up! And then it’s dysfunction this, and dysfunction that, and dysfunction ma fangul!


*Monologue*

Author — Zachary Marsac

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When he mentions how his mother would love for them to get together, he almost looks angry that she doesn’t react, like he’s not used to women not reacting to him

Author — osamabad

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Whateva happened to Gary Coopah? That's what I'd like to know.

Author — Therion018

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What I'm saying is, there has been instances where, for example, a teenage boy gets the blues, subsequently gets diagnosed with depression.. stays depressed for months, on medication till he finally felt better... When if he was just told that "he feels a little down and that a hangout with friends is all he needs to feel better" and he was *convinced* with that, that might've been enough to snap him out of it right then there, because *Placebo* is very powerful sometimes.

Author — Master Epps Returns

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So Tony Soprano is upset over being in touch with feelings and Melfi thinks the best line is "you have strong feelings about this."

Author — Kevin Smith

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RIP JAMES! We just lost one of the "Strong, Silent type"!

Author — TAMR213

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Look how young and fresh faced JG looks.

Author — Jason Elliott

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The Soprano's is the best show that has ever been made ... Literally no other show even comes close. Game of thrones did when it first aired, but it has kinda turned sour since they started deviating from the books. They are so obsessed with "strong women" even though the books / story already has a ton of incredibly strong/powerful females they have literally killed off or destroyed almost all interesting male characters.

Jon Snow is left, but he is now fucking his super women, mother of dragons, queen of "everything" aunt .. so yeah, I think she will be the one who is in charge in the relationship. Jon is also a super naive kid who never seems to grow up and get smarter in the show.

Author — 3choBlast3r

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They can't make a TV show like this anymore, it's impossible, neither there is an audience for it that would be able to understand it. The new generations are absolute idiots.

Author — Y Benev

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Talking about your "Xbox live motto" (wtf) and then refering to the "strong anf silent type" is actually quite hilarious.

Author — hetmarcshowkartel

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@DVDCollector079 its the bees knees the sopranos JD went through the series around 4 to 5 times love it, thanks for watching.

Author — SuperCurtiis

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dysfunction this, dystfunction that, dysfunction VA FANGOOL!

Author — Luc Croscielo

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He's absolutely right btw. There's a reason why depression and siucide is more common in first world countries despite the relatively more evolved and facilitated lifestyle. All these psychiatric terms often make the emotional problem only feel more real and huge than it already was (before the diagnosis) making it harder to get rid of. Placebo is a very huge factor in this.

For example, I think almost 70% of Generation Z claim they have ADHD.. 70% of them say that.. now.. ADHD is real, but when THIS many young people claim they have it, is it really ADHD? Or just a lack of development in the ability to prioritize and do what's good for them instead of doing what they feel like, when they feel like it?

Something to think about.

Author — Master Epps Returns

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still dont know what he says, dysfunction this and dysfunction that and dysfunction AFONGHOUL!?!?! lol

Author — kay-ash

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ducks trees, , what am I Ranger Rick?

Author — Mike F

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Wait. So this scene is describing a bad fart?

Author — Jotaro Kujo