For six seasons, Falco and Gandolfini brought the trials and tribulations of the New Jersey mob to viewers on The Sopranos. The HBO drama wrapped up with an ambiguous final episode 'Made In America' in 2006.
In an interview with Broadway Buzz, the actress responded to a questioner's suggestion that the two should reteam to portray the warring married couple in a Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf remake.
"That's so funny," Falco said. "People have thrown other ideas out, as well."
Referencing possible ideas for a reteam, last year's 'Outstanding Lead Actress (Comedy)' Emmy winner teased: "There's been talk about doing a Honeymooners remake; somebody said The Flintstones. There are all kinds of things brewing, but I would work with him again in an instant. I love him."
Falco, who is currently appearing in The House of the Blue Leaves on Broadway, also admitted that she found it difficult to watch Gandolfini's own stage work in God of Carnage because another actress was playing his wife.
"I watched him have all these affairs on The Sopranos, but to see him with a different wife was a little bit jarring," she remarked. "It's a strange thing we do for a living, you know?"
In March, Falco claimed that she hasn't completely given hope for an eventual Sopranos reunion film or TV project, saying: "I haven't heard a thing. You know, it could go either way."
Her current series Nurse Jackie returns with new episode 'Orchids and Salami' on Monday on Showtime.