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What's not to love about a mob family? A lot usually, but Tony Soprano and his New Jersey relations are so intriguing it's hard to hold their murderous tendencies against them. Yes, they are flawed—in fact, flawed may be an understatement—but if nothing else, Tony loves his kids. In the series finale's controversial closing scene, that's the reminder we're left with: Tony, in his own way, is a family man.