SAMCRO encounters an unlikely foe when a piece of their business goes missing.



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SAMCRO encounters an unlikely foe when a piece of their business goes missing.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller





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20 September 2011 (USA)  »

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When Tara is getting the keys from the "junk draw". Clay surprised her and they have a conversation. After the conversation is over she leaves the room lifting a shoulder bag on her shoulder. We can see the pad that is on the shoulder strap hang just over her shoulder blade, but when she arrives to the kitchen just moments later the shoulder pad is over her shoulder. Her shoulder bag has also been flipped and now has its front side towards her body when earlier it was the right way around front side pointing away from her body. See more »


Alex 'Tig' Trager: [Referring to Vivica] She makes Gemma look like Donna Reed.
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Dorylus (#4.3)
28 September 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It stays pretty interesting. I don't get the whole issue about coke. I don't really see why the drug deal is somehow worse than all those guns and killing, but it is still interesting to see how Clay managed to push it through.

So Gemma told Tara why it is bad for Jax to see those letters. But I am sure they won't stay in that box forever. Was pretty funny how Gemma got caught with that cop being not very careful at the door.

Juice being black is an extra issue to deal with. I didn't really know bikers can't be black. The Sons don't seem to be racist to me. But I guess I don't know their culture well. Sill I am glad this character has a story line.

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