The aftermath of Abel's kidnapping has the Sons reeling - especially Jax, whose grief sends him into deeper turmoil over his future with the MC. Meanwhile Gemma, still on the lam, is hit with some unexpected news from her past.

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Although Zobelle has fled and the League of American Nationalists been defeated, as they prepare to bury Half Sack, the Sons are reeling in the aftermath of Cameron's kidnapping of Abel. Following a tip from Laroy, Clay makes the decision to keep the kidnapping secret from Gemma, who, after being framed for killing Edmond by Stahl, is on the lam. However, when she is hit with some unexpected news concerning her father, Nate Maddock, she is forced to risk her freedom. After Jax tells Tara she should get as far away from him as she can, and still suffering the effects of seeing Hack Sack's murder, she finds it difficult to return to work, despite her suspension being lifted. With Hale preparing to take over from Unser as Chief, the Mayoral race begins in Charming, with Jacob running against Oswald, and vowing to break SAMCRO's hold over the town if he wins. Written by Bertaut

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The title for this episode relates to the two rings Jax wears, 'SO' and 'NS', spelling SONS. See more »

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The scene in Belfast shows a car driving on the right side of the street, but cars in Northern Ireland, as in the rest of the UK, drive on the left. See more »

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Features My Darling Clementine (1946) See more »

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Sunset to Dawn
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Written and performed by The Sadies
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What a great start to season 3...
13 September 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I'm not going to say anything much other than that I thought this episode was brilliant! The story lines from season 2 pick up and carry on in a progressive manner and as always with SoA I was gripping my seat with excitement as the episode progressed! Fantastic!

If you have watched any episodes of the SoA you will no doubt be hooked as the story lines are great, the acting is second to none and the action and excitement is continuous and fresh with every episode.

I don't want to give away any spoilers but as I find regularly with SoA this episode had my emotions all boiling up in a melting pot....sorrow, love, comradery, shock, fear and anger! Not many shows can give you this so well so often...


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