Michael Imperioli's revelation last week that his Sopranos co-star was a fan of Dookie has raised questions of what Gandolfini and, perhaps, his HBO alter-ego saw in the pop-punk band. "Dookie came out in February 1994 when Gandolfini was just 32 years old," says Stephen Douglas. "By the time The Sopranos premiered the album was just about to turn five years old. It makes perfect sense that he would have loved one of the best albums of the 90's. It would also stand to reason that the music would have resonated with Tony Soprano. You can't possibly listen to Dookie and not think that Tony would have identified with the lyrics, even if the pop punk alternative classic wasn't what his friends might have enjoyed. As Wikipedia notes, there are songs that deal with 'anxiety and panic attacks, masturbation, sexual orientation, boredom, mass murder, divorce, and ex-girlfriends.' Tony would obviously buck at the sexual orientation part, but everything else is spot on." ALSO: Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers tweets "my heart is still broke" over a Season 1 Sopranos episode.