The Sopranos: The Book

The Sopranos: The Book

With the first of the final nine episodes only days away, we're just about in full-on Sopranos mode here. And what better way to get ready for the end than with this official book chronicling the best mob TV series ever created. The Sopranos: The Book ($22) is the definitive behind-the-scenes story of the making of the show, with full access to the set, interviews with all of the main actors, more than 200 images, and a complete episode guide and food glossary. You'll never look at the back room of Satriale's Pork Store the same way again.

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    MAD Magazine has long been known for its off-the-wall humor and insightful gags. If you're a fan but would rather not have an enormous stack of paper sitting around your house, this is for you. Absolutely MAD Magazine ($40) includes every issue of MAD, ever, all on one DVD, along with interviews from the MAD writers, clips of Spy vs Spy, and every page of every issue in .pdf format — over 17,500 pages in all. Sure, it's all digital, but do you really want your guests to find out you have over 600 issues of MAD?

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