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Photos have been released for the "Sons of Anarchy" Season 6 finale, "A Mother's Work," and nearly all of them are set at the jury table in Samcro's makeshift clubhouse above the ice cream shop.
The final episode of the season is sure to be explosive, with the loose ends that will need to be tied up. Tara's (Maggie Siff) on the run with Jax's (Charlie Hunnam) sons, Juice (Theo Rossi) confessed to Nero (Jimmy Smits) that Jax ordered the killing of the school shooter's mother, and District Attorney Patterson (Cch Pounder) is somewhere in between.
"Sons of Anarchy" airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. Et on FX.
Now is about the time in every Sons of Anarchy run when it feels more like the end of the series is near, and not just the season. That’s never more true than after the events of “You Are My Sunshine,” this week’s Sons of Anarchy recap. We start with Patterson (Cch Pounder) reaming Jax (Charlie Hunnam) over the bloodbath he orchestrated involving Galen (Timothy V. Murphy) and Clay (Ron Perlman). She knows he’s lying, he knows she knows, but in the end they both came out better off. Perhaps Patterson is willing to let things slide a little bit … Continue reading →
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- Stacey Harrison
After the death of Clay (Ron Perlman) in "Aon Rud Persanta," "Sons of Anarchy" still has a ways to go before there will be any peace. "You Are My Sunshine" took things to an even deeper level of blood, all in an attempt to make things right.
The first issue finds Nero (Jimmy Smits) as uneasy as ever over his deal with Samcro. He just wants to run his growing brothel empire, but partnering with a violent club isn't exactly helping. In fact, a returning Alvarez (Emilio Rivera) reaches out on behalf of the Mayans to let Nero know that his club is setting up shop in Stockton and partnering with the Chinese, to oppose the Irish, the club and August Marks (Billy Brown), leaving Nero and his gang, the Byz Lats, in a difficult position. Lines are being drawn between races and the Lats are concerned Nero is too involved with Samcro. »
On Sons of Anarchy, Oakland isn’t the only thing that relies on maintaining a delicate balance to keep it from falling apart. Season 6 of Soa has been primarily focused on the journey the Mc has taken to get out of guns, but there’s also been this underlying story of what happens to relationships when they are stretched too far, and too thin. Not only when it comes to Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and Tara (Maggie Siff), but across the board.
Although this episode of Sons of Anarchy is wrapping up a lot of things at once, or at least getting there, there are really three events that are going to have the biggest impact on the concluding storyline. The first one, of course, being Tara’s choice of door number 3. She could have stayed, she could have taken the deal, but instead she finally made the decision to run. »
- Lindsay Sperling
Going into season 6, Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter had warned fans that it would be the most violent one yet. And he wasn’t joking. That means the FX drama’s special effects supervisor, Chris Nelson, was a busy man. Back in October, we asked Nelson to take us inside two particularly graphic scenes in the deadly episode “Los Fantasmas.” Revisit the conversation below. You may never look at watermelon the same way again.
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- Mandi Bierly
Warning: Pacific and Mountain time viewers will want to avoid this recap until the episode has aired in their timezone. The following recap contains major spoilers.
"Sons of Anarchy" will be pre-empted Tuesday (November 26), in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday week. The final two episodes of Season 6 will air December 3 and 10.
The inevitable and tragic has come to pass on "Sons of Anarchy." After breaking him out of jail to send to Belfast, helping Samcro get out of guns, the club voted unanimously to kill Clay (Ron Perlman).
The death will be used to explain the killing of the Irish as well, including Galen (Timothy V. Murphy). Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and the guys murdered Galen and his men, surprising Clay, as soon as they arrived to drop him off. When Clay inquired about what the next step was, he learned his fate.
The shots were fired by Jax, first taking aim at Clay's throat. »
[Warning: The following story contains major spoilers from Tuesday's episode of Sons of Anarchy. Read at your own risk.]
"What went down today was us burying the last piece of a very broken past." — Jax Teller
Sons of Anarchy has long been known for late-season switcheroos that get the outlaw motorcycle club out of a tight jam. But Tuesday's episode took that strategy to another level.
Instead of waiting for the finale to reveal this season's master stroke, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) made sure that his plan to get Samcro out of the gun-running business sticks for good. After shoring up the details of his plan to deliver Gaalan (Timothy V. Murphy) and a bunch of the Irish Kings' assault weapons to D.A. Patterson (Cch Pounder), Jax & Co. prepared to help Connor (Scott Anderson) bust Clay (Ron Perlman) out of his prison transport as Gaalan requested...
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- Adam Bryant
Warning: If you have yet to watch Tuesday’s Sons of Anarchy, we strongly advise you to steer clear of the following recap. Major spoilers await. It bears repeating: Proceed only after you have seen “Aon Rud Persanta.” Everyone else, read on…
About halfway through Tuesday’s Sons of Anarchy, Jax pulls Nero aside and defends his recent actions thusly: ”What went down here today was us burying the last piece of a very broken past.”
Loose translation: Jax killed Clay in front of Gemma! Shot him in the throat! He whacked archenemy Galen, too! Wtf?! Let me shut off »
- Michael Ausiello
Just when Samcro thought they were out, they get pulled back in. On the next episode of "Sons of Anarchy," it becomes the club's responsibility to bust Clay (Ron Perlman) out of prison, so he can go handle the gun business for the Irish.
It's all part of the master plan to get Samcro out of guns, but there are many layers at work here. Jax (Charlie Hunnam) wants the club to go legitimate, but he's working two different sides that want Galen (Timothy V. Murphy) for their own purposes, the Chinese and District Attorney Patterson (Cch Pounder).
The title is Gaelic and roughly translates to "Nothing personal," which doesn't necessarily broadcast good thoughts going into the episode. What's missing from the promo and photos are any mention of Tara, but it looks like there's going to be more than enough action to make up for it.
"Sons of Anarchy" airs Tuesdays at 10 p. »
Diggle must go to the worst prison in Russia to save his ex, but it’s okay because Oliver has his back.
It often amazes me just how much Arrow crams into one episode. The writers remind me of that guy, whoever he was, who looked at a pizza piled high with spicy sauce, melty cheese, pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms and olives and said, “Let’s stuff the crust with cheese!” Every episode just has so much going on that by the end of it, I’m utterly exhausted. I mean, the “previously on Arrow” segment is practically as long as a commercial break, there is so much to cover.
We start with Bad Boy Roy putting out the Arrow signal. That is, he puts an arrow in a post. Wouldn’t this be so much easier if they liked each other on Facebook? Well, perhaps Thea might get suspicious if »
- Chris O'Guinn
The episode starts with Tara waking to the sound of someone in her home. She goes to check on her young son, only to realize he's gone, so she freaks. When she realizes he's with Jax, it doesn't calm her nerves at all. Playing the peacemaker in the situation, for now at least, Jax says he's essentially moving out to clear his head so they can decide what to do. Not without the warning that she's being watched, though.
Meanwhile, Tara's allies are dropping like flies. She can no longer trust Lowen (Robin Weigert) or Wendy (Drea de Matteo), Unser (Dayton Callie) dropped her, and Margaret Murphy (McNally Sagal) is taking an extended vacation to get away from the insanity.
Finally losing her temper, »
What a whirlwind Season 6 of "Sons of Anarchy" had turned out to be. At the eye of the storm, per usual, is Jax (Charlie Hunnam). After the events of "John 8:32," he knows that Tara (Maggie Siff) lied about being pregnant and miscarrying his child.
The next episode, "Huang Wu," deals with the inevitable fallout between the two, now that Tara's secret is out. How will he react to her and, maybe more importantly, how will she react to him? Their relationship has never been easy, but most of the negativity in it has been on Jax's side. For the first time, Tara is the one to blame. Is she really, though?
Once upon a time Tara was a young surgeon with a successful future ahead of her. Now she's going to trial and sinking to scary lengths to do what she things is right.
Then there's the matter of »
The first week of November sweeps saw writers on our favorite shows raising their game. Zap2it collected some of the best line of the TV week of Nov. 3 for your viewing pleasure, including quotes from the likes of "The Good Wife," "New Girl" and "The Big Bang Theory." Enjoy!
"You don't realize how overused the word 'breathtaking' is until something actually takes your breath away." -- Scott Pelley, on driving a Lamborghini, on "60 Minutes"
"I am so upset! I'm stuck in a lie." -- Han (Matthew Moy), on "2 Broke Girls"
"Well, it's better than the »
While the promo for the next episode, "Huang Wu," don't show the confrontation between Jax and Tara, it's coming. At one point Tara realizes their son, Thomas Teller Jr., is missing. Where did he go? Is Jax behind the disappearance?
It could be another case of the Irish taking one of his children as it seems relations between the club and the Ira are not going well. Those who watched "John 8:32" know that Jax is offering to hand over the Ira to District Attorney Patterson (Cch Pounder), in exchange for club immunity in the school shooting. The slightest fault in that could do terrible damage to the club, should the Irish Kings find out. »
Sons of Anarchy Season 6 Episode 9
“John 8:32” may very well have been my favorite episode of Sons of Anarchy this season. There was something especially cathartic about seeing all of the family squabbles play out, without the needless distractions of wacky explosions, “shocking” deaths or Walter Goggins’ boob scenes.
It’s always great when the cast has a chance to breath and captivate us without running around ad nauseam to an up tempo chase song. I love action just as much as the next guy, but it’s those solemn songs and moments that really draw you in to this motorcycle-club drama.
Although the Jax vs. Clay beef has been played and strung along like turkey meat, I’m digging the new Jax vs. Tara drama. Throughout the past few seasons the Jax, Tara and Gemma love triangle has been had its share ups and downs. But that’s what »
- Bags Hooper
Well, the secret is out. At the end of the latest "Sons of Anarchy" episode, "John 8:32," Jax (Charlie Hunnam) was forced to realize just what Tara (Maggie Siff) has done to secure the future of her kids, away from the club. He takes the news that the pregnancy and miscarriage were fake about as well as you'd expect.
Gemma (Katey Sagal) tries to tell him, and so does Nero (Jimmy Smits), but it's hard to hear the words from people so deeply involved in the situation. It even got to the point of Jax and Nero throwing punches. Nero simply tried to talk some sense to Tara, but she relayed a different, far more horrible version, of the events to Jax, who felt compelled to act. The truth also came out about Gemma being forced to sleep with Clay (Ron Perlman) in front of prison guards, something that helped »
Big things are coming to "Sons of Anarchy," and as usual they're mostly pretty bad. Almost all of Season 6 has been hard on the club, and Jax (Charlie Hunnam) himself. He's lost his clubhouse, Samcro is seemingly falling apart while he tries to go legitimate, and now he's lost a child.
Of course, what he doesn't realize is that the child Tara (Maggie Siff) miscarried wasn't real at all. It was a hoax on her part, to wrench Gemma (Katey Sagal) out of her kids' lives. Gemma knows the truth about what happened though, and it was confirmed by Wendy (Drea de Matteo).
Now the question becomes what will it take for Jax to listen to his mother and realize she's telling the truth. Certainly the words of his junkie ex-wife won't do the trick, so Gemma has an uphill battle ahead of her to get Jax back on her side. »
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- Team TVLine
"Sons of Anarchy" Season 6 is entering its home stretch with the ninth episode, "John 8:32," and it's time for some truths to be revealed. The episode's title corresponds with a Bible verse, reading, "Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." However, the name could also be a reference to Jax's (Charlie Hunnam) father, John Teller.
The photos are heavily Jax-centric, which seems logical based on the episode's promo. What's known is that Jax has a sit down with D. A. Patterson (Cch Pounder), more than likely about her coming after the club for the school shooting.
One question the pictures bring to mind is who, exactly, is Brooke? The woman, played by Hayley McFarland, is reported to be in two episodes of the show, including the Season 6 finale. Seeing as she was given her own portrait, it stands to reason Brooke play an important »
Sons of Anarchy, Season 6: Episode 8 – “Los Fantasmas”
Directed by Peter Weller
Airs Tuesday nights at 10 on FX
All season long, we’ve been following a pretty lackluster B-plot in Sons of Anarchy focusing on Tara and her subversive plans to get her kids out of the crossfire of all the horrible things that go on in Charming. It has been so dragging that last week‘s mostly-stand-alone episode with Walton Goggins was a welcome breath of fresh air in this weird narrative that hasn’t had much focus all season because of a lack of structure and main villain. But “Los Fantasmas” at least takes a stab at addressing this mostly problematic aspect of season six. Does it redeem it completely? Of course not. A couple of scenes containing some fantastic acting, though, go a long way in getting us to care »
- Sean Colletti
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