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“‘Remember when’ is the lowest form of conversation,” Tony Soprano once told his mob cohorts in “The Sopranos.”

If David Chase, Tony’s creator, doesn’t totally agree with that assessment — “It was a friend of mine in high school who said that,” he said — that doesn’t mean he’s particularly fond of nostalgic reminiscence.

“It’s a cheap thing. It drives me crazy,” he said last week. “I thought revisiting the show would be more pleasurable, but it turns out I’ve forgotten a lot more than I thought I would.”

To read more on the New York Times:

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