Sons of Anarchy (2008–2014)
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A rival gang steals the Sons' stockpile of assault rifles, while Jax's ex-wife's drug overdose leads to an emergency c-section and life-threatening surgery for their baby.

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When the Mayans, a Latino gang led by Marcus Alvarez, steal the Sons' stockpile of weapons and burn their warehouse, SAMCRO is placed in a difficult position, as they have already taken payment for the guns from the 1-9ers, a powerful African-American gang led by Laroy Wayne. As Clay plots their revenge, Jax finds an old document written by his dead father, co-founder of the Sons, about the direction in which he wanted SAMCRO to go; nothing like the gun-running direction in which Clay has taken them. When they locate where the Mayans are hiding their weaponry, Clay calls upon Jax to bring his friend Opie back into the fold. However, Opie has recently been released from jail after refusing to testify against SAMCRO, and has promised his wife Donna he will go straight. Meanwhile, Jax's estranged-wife, Wendy, takes a drug overdose, leading to an emergency C-section and life-threatening surgery for her and Jax's son, who is ten weeks premature. Complicating matters is that the case is ... Written by Bertaut

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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3 September 2008 (USA)  »

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Scott Glen was originally supposed to play the Clay Morrow role. All of Glen's scenes in the pilot got recorded again with Ron Perlman. In the explosion scene at the Mayan depot in the end, it is possible to see Glen (and Emilio Rivera, who would become Marcus Alvarez. See more »

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At 06:45 the line "Some yuppie creamed it out by the streams" is said supposedly by Tommy Flanagan's character "Chibbs", the voice over is not Tommy's voice. See more »

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Gemma Teller Morrow: Looks like the boy might actually see his first birthday.
Wendy Teller: He made it? Oh Abel, thank God!
Gemma Teller Morrow: Yes! Thank you, God. Maybe... we should say a little prayer.
Wendy Teller: Okay... That'd be good.
Gemma Teller Morrow: Dear God... Thank you for saving this boy... From his murderous, junkie mom. Who cared more about a $40 dollar fix than she did her own flesh and blood.
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References The Shield (2002) See more »

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No Generation
Performed by The Lions
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Stay away, its awful
27 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Watched this for the first time today, the pilot episode on Netflix. I am not feeling this at all. The acting is atrocious. The story telling childish and transparent. I have no idea how this has a rating of 8.7. An 8.7 rating is usually indicative of better programming. But I suppose the voters who liked it were the ones giving it that rating. The acting is bland, monosyllabic and just plain bad. And there's 7 seasons of this. Ron Perlman is Ron Perlman; Meh. Charlie Hannum is not. Katy Sagal was a stiff Peg. There just isn't really all of that that I can give a good review on. It really is astounding that this got the high rating that it did, I suppose bikers loved it.


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