Big Pussy just that

Former Sopranos star Vincent Pastore has called it quites after just one week of training for ABC’s Dancing With the Stars. The 60 year-old basically couldn’t hack it, in what is a very rigorous show. From the press release:

“When I initially committed to joining Dancing with the Stars, I didn’t realize just how physically demanding it would be for me,” Pastore, 60, says in a statement. “Unable to put forth my best effort, I felt it appropriate to step aside and give someone else the opportunity. I wish my partner, Edyta, and the other dancers the best of luck.”

What do you suppose the guys down at Bada Bing’s would say about this development? Probably nothing since Big Pussy sleeps with the fish. Fuhgeddaboudit!

After the jump we’ll treat you to some Sopranos Final Season rumors courtesy of a Phantasy Tour message board.

All spoilers come courtesy of The Chase Lounge:

A brother in-law is a Health and Safety adivisor and has worked in various productions for Television and Films. Perhaps more importantly he advised in The Sopranos Series 3 and has been involved in The Sopranos Series 6 for episodes 6, 7 and 11. During this time he picked up some cloudy information on the second part of series 6 which i hope you will all enjoy. I would like to point out this information does not come from him befriending the Director and Cast. This he picked whilst being in the company of the crew and other advisors. I also hold no responsibility if the information provided is ”misjudged” or in certain cases just untrue. He has specifically stated that after all he did hear it on a ”grape vine”, but a very credible grape vine none the less:

– The production crew and directing staff are referring to the second part of the Sopranos series 6 as ” THE EIGHT” and thus the episodes are being expressed as 1 to 8

– It will take place precisley 5 months after ‘Kaisha’

– The New York and New Jersey fued has settled down immensley

– Phil Leotardo is on his death bed in ‘Episode 1 A few kind words’ His Captains hold vigil.

– Tony visits uncle Junior in ‘Episode 1 a Few kind words’ the scene is described as emotional as they bury the differences once and for all. It is the last time they see each other.

-Phil Leotardo dies of natural causes in Episode 3 Remember when.

-Johny sack persuades Tony to ‘chase’ the position of Boss of New York and to look after the family untill Johny is released from Prison in Episode 4 Chasing it.

-In Episode 5 Walk like a Man Little Carmine Makes a Grab for power and orders the killing of Tony Soprano who ‘may’ also make a grab for power of he New York Family.

-The hit on Tony Soprano is Carried out in a wooded location but is foiled by Christopher Moltisanti who arrives in time.

– By the time of episode 6 ‘ Mob rule’ the New York family is split in two, those with Carmine and those with Johnny Sack. Another hit on Tony Soprano is ordered by Carmine, but again they make a mistake and Kill Bobby Bacala.

– In episodes 7 and 8 End of the line part 1 and 2 Tony with the aid of Johny Sack loyalists Kill two New York capos only for Carmine to escape, he is however killed by Silvio on a public train.

-Tony with his enemies vanquished decides not to take control of New York and expresses to Melfi he that it is time he started going legit and wished to get out once and for.

-Junior Sopranos escapes the physcriatric facilty with the aid of a staff member.

– Tony Sopranos decides to stay in New Jersey but to take a break and advise the family for a while, Silvio is made acting boss.

– Crew members say the theme for the last episode is one of ‘Life goes on’

-The closing scene is of ducks making home in the Soprano pool.

Hope you do not read to much into these as i have no official sources. But enjoy.

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