Those Tony Soprano fans sure love the big jerk, inside and out.
One avid fan—or a very sloppy dresser—paid a whopping $43,750 for the fake-blood-stained outfit James Gandolfini's iconic mob boss was wearing when his dementia-addled Uncle Junior shot him in the gut in The Sopranos' season-six opener.
The red-spattered pants, undershirt and black and gray-striped button-down was the top-grossing lot auctioned off Wednesday at Christie's in New York to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, a cause close to Gandolfini's heart that helps out soldiers injured in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Overall, Tony's garb brought in $187,750.
(From E! Online)
Just when I think I'm out, they drag me back in...