Hillary Clinton has gotten creative with a new online campaign video that spoofs the controversial finale of The Sopranos.
In the video, available on Clinton’s Web site, the presidential hopeful sits down at a diner and begins to flip through the jukebox as Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” plays – the same song used in the final scene of the HBO hit.
Clinton, who is joined at the table by husband Bill, gets a menacing look from Sopranos actor Vincent Curatola, who played mob boss Johnny “Sack” Sacramoni.
While on the Sopranos finale, Tony Soprano (played by James Gandolfini) ordered onion rings, Clinton instead gets a bowl of sliced carrots for the table. “No onion rings?” her husband asks, to which she answers, “I’m looking out for you.”
Bill asks what tune she’s selected as her new campaign song – “My money’s on Smashmouth,” he says – but just as she’s about to reveal it, the screen cuts to black, leaving Clinton’s song – just like Tony’s fate – a mystery.
Unlike The Sopranos, however, with just one more click, Clinton’s new campaign theme is revealed to be Celine Dion’s “You and I.”