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If you missed Conan's amazing Sons of Anarchy show last night, you're in for a treat. The episode included guests such as Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter and stars Charlie Hunnam, Theo Rossi, Tommy Flanagan, Kim Coates, Mark Boone Junior, Drea de Matteo, and Jimmy Smits. This actually may have been the best show Conan O'Brien has done so far. But that might be because I'm also a fan of Sons of Anarchy. One of my favorite parts of the show was the hilarious cold opening that featured O'Brien decked out as a badass biker looking for trouble, and he finds it. O'Brien looks ridiculous in it. This might just be one of the funniest things you see today. I also included an amusing tourist commercial for the fictional town in Sons of Anarchy, Charming, CA, that Conan showed his audience. Enjoy!
- Joey Paur
Sons of Anarchy gave fans another super-sized episode this week as the show prepares for the end, but was it really necessary?
Normally, I wouldn’t complain about the members of Samcro being pranced across the screen in the bare minimum, but like so much of tonight’s episode, it seemed to fall on the gratuitous side. Sure, it’s understandable that fans want to absorb as much time as possible with these characters, who over seven seasons they have become quite attached to, in a very intimate way. It makes perfect sense – from a fan perspective. However, broadcasting an episode that clocks in at almost twice the normal run-time for no other reason than to give fans a little more, hurts more than it helps.
After last week’s shocking (err, meant to be shocking) ending, Sons of Anarchy failed to capitalize on the high emotions in the wake »
- Lindsay Sperling
The cast and creator of “Sons of Anarchy” will appear on TBS’ “Conan” Tuesday night in their first group talk show appearance and, to commemorate, Conan O’Brien decided to try out the biker lifestyle.
In the cold open for the episode, O’Brien dons a Samcro leather vest and hits the road on a motorcycle. Though he looks cool enough, it doesn’t end up too well — the host is thrown out a window, and eventually resorts to riding on a children’s bicycle.
The video also parodies the show’s iconic opening credits, though it seems a lot less tough with Conan and co. involved.
The episode featuring the “Sons of Anarchy” appearance will air on TBS Tuesday at 11 p. »
- Alex Stedman
In the latest teaser for Justified‘s sixth and final season, things are quite heated between longtime frenemies Raylan Givens and Boyd Crowder — and the woman they share is doing nothing to cool tempers.
When last we tuned in to the FX drama, Raylan (played by Timothy Olyphant) had strong-armed Ava (Joelle Carter) into snooping on Boyd (Walton Goggins), a bit of marital duplicity that promises to not end well, for someone(s).
Conan O'Brien is made the most of his Sons of Anarchy episode, which united the gang for their first joint appearance on Conan. See more Highly Paid Film Stars Conan's cold open showed O'Brien as a motorcycle gang member who doesn't quite fit in. Series creator Kurt Sutter and stars Charlie Hunnam, Tommy Flanagan, Jimmy Smits, Drea de Matteo and Mark Boone Junior were among the stars who appeared to share behind-the-scenes tales and stories of overly aggressive female fans. See more 'Sons of Anarchy's' 11 Most Dramatic Deaths " 'Jax! I want to f—king rape you!'
- Aaron Couch
The Sons of Anarchy creator will moderate tonight’s roundtable discussion, following the newest episode of his FX series, which airs at 10/9c.
The program’s current host, Chris Franjola, will not be returning; according to a source, the comic stepped down due to his busy standup schedule.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
FX's Sons of Anarchy aftershow, Anarchy Afterword, returns to FX tonight following episode 10, and fans will be happy to see who's at the head of the table. Show creator Kurt Sutter will moderate the conversation with guests Charlie Hunnam and Tommy Flanagan. Kim Coates and guest star Walton Goggins will also make special appearances. The super-sized episode will run until 11:36 p.m. Et, with the aftershow scheduled to wrap at 12:30 a.m. Et. That means the cast, many of whom will join Sutter on TBS' Conan tonight at 11 p.m. Et, will be going up against themselves in the ratings. »
- Mandi Bierly
Sons of Anarchy fans are still reeling from the Nov. 4 episode, which said goodbye to Bobby (Mark Boone Junior). But Billy Brown, the actor who plays August Marks, the Big Bad who pulled the trigger, may actually be able to cheer them up with a couple of great behind-the-scenes anecdotes. Entertainment Weekly: Did Kurt Sutter give you a heads-up that Marks would ultimately take out Bobby this season, or was it something you learned reading the script for this episode? What was your reaction? Brown: I rolled into the Sons lot on that afternoon, around the corner from the stages, »
- Mandi Bierly
Even after Twisty the Clown and Dora the Maid were offed, death just couldn’t take a holiday from American Horror Story: Freak Show. This week, Gloria reluctantly became an accomplice to murder, and Stanley eagerly served the titular, poisoned “Pink Cupcakes” to the Tattler twins. But did their sweet tooth do them in? And what did Matt Bomer’s killer role turn out to be? Read on and find out!
Bitter Sweets | Though Maggie reluctantly agreed to help Stanley with his plot to dispatch the freaks and sell their remains to the American Morbidity Museum – for an additional 5 percent »
Spoiler alert: The Nov. 4 episode of Sons of Anarchy, "What a Piece of Work Is Man," said goodbye to a core character and watched another make a surprising move on the hood of a cop car. (Read our postmortems with Mark Boone Junior (Bobby) and Annabeth Gish (Jarry).) Peter Weller, who directed the episode—and, of course, recurs on the series as Charlie Barosky—spoke to EW about those memorable scenes, what makes Sons special, and how the Nov. 18 episode, which he also directed, nearly destroyed him. Entertainment Weekly: How tough was it to shoot Bobby's death scene? Weller: I'm a real crybaby. »
- Mandi Bierly
Sons of Anarchy, Season 7, Episode 9, “What a Piece of Work is Man”
Directed by Peter Weller
Airs Tuesdays at 10pm on FX
The title of this week’s Sons of Anarchy episode refers to a speech from Act II of Hamlet, in which the Prince of Denmark confesses his general malaise and depression to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. While outlining his outlook on life, he commiserates about how many accomplishments and abilities mankind is capable of in which he cannot bring himself to take part, for lack of purpose and motivation. This lack of interest in the general goings on or excitement of the world can surely be applied to the club throughout much of this season of Sons, but is also accurate meta commentary on the way the show is spurning narrative opportunities left and right over its final stretch.
- Whitney McIntosh
Exclusive: Zombie-horror Plan Z, TV series also among slate.
The romantic drama, currently in pre-production, follows an ambitious young dancer whose world is turned upside down when she discovers a note suggesting her lover may be cheating.
Director Toby Tobias’ thriller Blood Orange, starring Ben Lamb and musician Iggy Pop and executive produced by former Miramax executive Colin Vaines (Gangs of New York), is currently shooting in Spain.
Carnaby will also be introducing writer-drirector Stuart Brennan’s zombie »
- email@example.com (Andreas Wiseman)
Spoiler alert: In the Nov. 4 episode of Sons of Anarchy, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) made another play to get Bobby (Mark Boone Junior) back from August Marks (Billy Brown). Bobby's fate—a bullet to the head from the gun Marks had hidden on him before the no-weapons-allowed exchange—will have surprised the fans who voted Samcro's de facto conscience the club member most likely to survive in a pre-season EW.com poll. "I took that as a great compliment that people actually wanted me to survive," Boone says. "I think that this show does surprising things more than most shows, and »
- Mandi Bierly
Sons of Anarchy, "What a Piece of Work is Man,” begins with Jax (Charlie Hunnam) steeling himself for an inevitable confrontation with the Indian Hills after killing Jury, and his ongoing dealings with August Marks (Billy Brown).
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Upon learning that Bobby (Mark Boone Junior) was further mutilated after he didn’t give Marks everything he wanted, Jax needs to rethink how he’s going to deal with him. Jax reasons that he can use the compromising video of the pastor as blackmail against Marks. Grant (Arjay Smith) points out to Jax that his previous blackmail plan hadn’t worked out so well. In fact, hardly any of Jax’s plans have gone all that well lately.
(Spoiler Alert: This post contains major plot points from this week’s episode of Sons of Anarchy, “What a Piece of Work Is Man,” as well as Boardwalk Empire’s series finale. Read at your own risk.)It was the most upsetting death of a TV Bobby since NYPD Blue’s Bobby Simone (Jimmy Smits): Sons of Anarchy’s lovably lethal Bobby Munson (Mark Boone Junior) was gunned down by rival gang leader August Marks (Billy Brown) after being held captive and tortured over the past two episodes. Boone chatted with Vulture about Bobby’s final ride. When did you get the call that Bobby was going down?A long time ago. I think it was in August. So I’ve been living with this for a while. Did you figure it was coming eventually?I believe I heard along the way that Everyone Dies! Everyone in general or everyone on Sons of Anarchy? »
- Bruce Fetts
Spoiler alert: Do not read this article if you haven't seen Tuesday night's episode, titled “What a Piece of Work Is Man” and don't want to know what happened. Farewell, Bobby Munson; hopefully the next world treats you better than the last one. FX's motorcycle drama “Sons of Anarchy” added to its pile of shocking deaths when Bobby Munson was gunned down by crime boss and drug kingpin August Marks after already being relieved of an eye and the fingers on one of his hands. TheWrap spoke with Mark Boone Junior, who plays Bobby, about how he's been processing his onscreen demise and the. »
- Tim Kenneally
The FX biker drama bid farewell to another character in Tuesday's episode. If you haven't yet watched, spoilers lie ahead.
Spoiler Alert: If you have not watched the Tuesday, Nov. 4, episode of Sons of Anarchy, "What a Piece of Work Is Man," stop here to avoid spoilers.
Another one bites the dust.
Sons of Anarchy bid farewell to one of its longtime fan-favorite characters on Tuesday's episode, with yet another brutal and tragic murder.
After being held captive, and losing an eyeball and some fingers to Marks' crew of tormenters, Bobby ultimately lost his life in a dramatic trade-off gone wrong. In an effort to scare the late pastor's son into silence, Marks shot Bobby clean in the head – without warning – just as you thought he was being returned to safety. Kurt Sutter, you get us every time!
ETonline spoke with actor Mark Boone Jr. following »
Warning: If you have yet to watch Tuesday’s episode of Sons of Anarchy, get thee to a different TVLine article. Everyone else, read on…
Yet another Sons of Anarchy member bit the dust in Tuesday’s episode — and boy, did this one sting.
During a tense exchange with August Marks, which should have resolved the gangster’s conflict with Samcro, Bobby was suddenly offed via a gunshot to the head. What resulted was Season 7’s most somber moment yet for Jax and the boys, an extra dash of guilt for Gemma and a retaliation from Samcro that is sure »
Sons of Anarchy's wild final ride took a sad turn on Tuesday's episode. [Warning: Spoilers from the Tuesday, Nov. 4 episode of Sons of Anarchy.] Longtime Samcro member and voice of reason Bobby Munson (Mark Boone Junior) met his bloody end during the episode, when August Marks shot him in the head. This was after Bobby has been beaten nearly to death, had his eye taken and his loyalty tested. THR spoke to Boone ahead of the episode's premiere Tuesday. Have you seen the episode? Boone: I just finished it a couple hours ago. Truthfully, I was very surprised
- Rebecca Ford
Sons of Anarchy is making a sprint all the way to the end, and “What a Piece of Work is Man” gives the show one more unfriendly push along its way. There’s no accounting for the lengths that Kurt Sutter will go to for a good story, even if that means saying goodbye to a main character so close to the end, and the loss that Samcro has suffered tonight will surely set the tone for the rest of the season.
Gemma (Katey Sagal) has to be feeling the weight of the world on her shoulders after this episode. Her actions have dominoed into unforeseen waters, and landed right back on her front door. It was one thing when the collateral damage was limited to outsiders. Pinning Tara’s (Maggie Siff) murder on Lin and his guys, arbitrarily selecting the guy who would take the fall for doing the deed, »
- Lindsay Sperling
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