The Democratic front-runner filmed a campaign video Sunday at the Mt. Kisco Coach Diner that spoofed the controversial (re: I hated it, everyone I work with loved it) ending to The Sopranos last week. In Hillary’s version, the Senator walks into the local diner and sits down. Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin” is playing in the background, and Hillary scans the room, looking at the various patrons (one of whom is actor Vince Curatola, who played Johnny “Sack” Sacramoni on the HBO mob show; here he’s cast in the infamous “Members Only Jacket Man” role, and ominously walks past the candidate, staring her down (where’s the secret service?)).
A casually-dressed Bill soon follows her into the diner and sits down. Unlike the greasy onion rings the Sopranos infamously scarfed down in their final scene, Hillary orders a basket of carrots for her husband, who responds, “No onion rings?”
An abstent Chelsea takes on the Meadow role. After Hillary asks “Where’s Chelsea?” we cut to a car tire hitting the curb outside. “Parallel parking,” the former president replies.
“How’s the campaign going?” he asks.
“Well, like you always say, focus on the good times.”
“So what’s the winning song,” he asks, referring to his wife’s monthlong search for a campaign tune.
Hillary: “You’ll see.”
Bill: “My money is on Smash Mouth. Everybody in America wants to know how it’s going to end.”
Just as she drops her change into the juke box, the scene goes black.
On Hillary’s homepage, however, the candidate announced her campaign song would be Celine Dion’s “You and I.”