From NBC's Domenico Montanaro
David Chase, eat your heart out? To unveil her new campaign song, Clinton replicates the final scene of the Sopranos complete with a cut to black just before choosing the song in a jukebox.
We know the suspense is killing you. For the next year and a half, the song we'll all identify with the Clinton campaign is apparently... "You and I" by Celine Dion. More than 200,000 voted for their choice in Clinton's online pick-her-song contest.
In the video, Journey plays on a jukebox, as Clinton sits in an empty diner booth scrolling through potential campaign songs. In walks husband Bill -- greeted at the table by a bowl of carrot sticks. "No onion rings?" he asks his wife, disappointedly. Daughter Chelsea struggles to parallel park.
And at the diner bar sits a bona fide whacked Sopranos character -- It's Johnny "Sack" Sacrimoni played by Vince Curatola.
So how do we read into this video? Is this a peek into Clinton's state-of-mind? Is she paranoid about getting whacked by a "vast right-wing conspiracy?"
And yes, we fully expect jokes about Clinton outsourcing her song -- to a French Canadian no less.