Britain's The Independent published a transcript this morning of TV critics Matt Zoller Seitz and Alan Sepinwall discussing the series finale with Chase for their book The Sopranos Sessions that "seems to accidentally confirm Tony's fate." But the story, which the New York Post picked up, isn't true, says Seitz. "David Chase did not 'confirm' that 'Tony died' in the Sopranos book I cowrote with @Sepinwall," Seitz tweeted. "He spoke of another ending he considered, yrs before the one he actually wrote. Even that scene was open to interpretation. Frustrating to be intentionally misrepresented for clicks. I hit a surreal high point in my career today when a guy trying to argue that 'Tony died' at the end of the Sopranos linked me to a New York Post article that intentionally misinterprets the book that cowrote. I guess he didn’t even read what he was linking to. I am even more convinced that the dudes — and it’s always dudes — who won’t accept any interpretation except 'Tony dies' never actually gave a moment’s thought to what the show was doing and saying."