In The Sopranos, we follow the life of New Jersey mob boss Tony Sorpano while he runs his glorified crew, consisting of the likes of Bobby Bacala, Silvio Dante and Paulie Gualtieri.
Tony goes through many tribulations, faces off against many adversaries, and we get to a stage where at the end of season 6, Tony is in the middle of a war with the New York Lupertazzi crime family, run by Phil Leotardo.
In The Blue Comet, the penultimate episode of the show, Tony goes with his crew to a safehouse to lay low while the war rages on. As the men make their way into the home and put their bags down, eagle eyed viewers may notice that there is a bizarre rendition of Silvio Dante in the background, something which literally no-one in the room acknowledges. Like what the heck, what is that supposed to be? A ghost maybe? An acknowledgment that Silvio has actually died and he is now a ghoulish spirit, forever stuck in his signature pose and grimace?
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