HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) -- There's been mixed fan reaction to the final episode of "The Sopranos" but cast members are pleased with how it ended.
Michael Imperioli, who played Tony's nephew Christopher until he got whacked this season, says "I think it's a great ending. It's a good way to go out."
Steven Van Zandt, who played Tony's consigliere Sil, said cryptically, "We're not sure it's ending."
The cast gathered last night to watch the finale at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Florida.
Tony Sirico, sporting his character Paulie's trademark silver wings, says we could go on forever adding, "me and Edie Falco wanna die on the set." Falco played Tony's wife, Carmela.
James Gandolfini, who played New Jersey mob boss Tony Soprano, was mum on his thoughts on the ending. He just smiled and waved to the crowd.