The IRA wants proof that one of their own has flipped and Samcro intends to give it to them.


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Chief Wayne Unser (credit only)
Chuck 'Chucky' Marstein (as Michael Marisi Ornstein)


O'Neill uses a bomb in an attempt to kill SAMCRO, and McGee along with them, but succeeds only in killing several members of SAMBEL. Kellan explains to Jax the Real IRA council need proof that Jimmy ordered the bomb, and if they get it, they will sanction and fully support the Sons in killing him, and at that time, Abel will be returned. As such, SAMCRO decide to compel O'Neill to rat on Jimmy's activities. However, despite O'Neill betraying him, McGee determines to protect him from SAMCRO, and at the same time, Jimmy looks to silence him. In Charming, Salazar kidnaps Tara and Margaret, and demands a $250,000 ransom, and the death of Alvarez, or he will kill both women. With twelve hours to carry out his demands, Kozik comes up with a plan to ally with Alvarez in an attempt to dupe Salazar. Written by Bertaut

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Crime | Drama | Thriller






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9 November 2010 (USA)  »

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Given the IRA Irish connection in the plot, the title of this episode is Gaelic for "Truth". See more »


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Written by Curtis Stigers, Bob Thiele Jr., and Dave Kushner
Performed by Curtis Stigers and the Forest Rangers
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23 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

They sure did jam a lot into one episode here, and it all worked. We get the revelation that McGee and O'Neill are traitors. Alvarez plays dead for SAMCRO. Jax even finds out that Trinity is his sister (and not a moment too soon). On top of that, we find out the past of Tara's supervisor, and it's actually moving. So far this is the best episode this show has offered. Jimmy is turning into a serious villain, but he's the right balance of badass and scumbag, compared to Zobelle who was all scumbag, and not even likable in the slightest. With only a few episodes left of this season, I can't wait to see how it all comes to a close.

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