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Fruit for the Crows 

SAMCRO deals with the fallout from a death threat made against Tara.

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Wayne Unser
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Piermont 'Piney' Winston
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Juan Carlos 'Juice' Ortiz
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Lieutenant Eli Roosevelt
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Lincoln 'Linc' Potter
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Marcus Alvarez
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Chuck 'Chucky' Marstein (as Michael Marisi Ornstein)
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Clay tells Romeo that Tara has become a threat to their operation, and asks him to have her killed. However, anticipating Clay's plan, Unser fakes a death threat against Tara so as to afford her protection. After being caught by Miles trying to put the drugs back before Romeo arrived at the storehouse, Juice is forced to kill him and frame him for the theft. When Juice proves reluctant to give Roosevelt the sample until he has met whoever is pulling Roosevelt's strings, however, Roosevelt and Potter clash over how best to proceed. Meanwhile, SAMCRO is caught in the crossfire with the Mayans' drug processing plant is attacked. Written by Bertaut

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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18 October 2011 (USA)  »

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Katey Sagal, who plays Gemma Teller sings Strange Fruit at the end of the episode See more »

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Tara Knowles: Normal people call the authorities when their lives are threatened.
Gemma Teller Morrow: You don't have a normal life, baby. You have this one.
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Watching You Watching Me
Written by Steve Hopkins
Performed by 'Traci Lords' and Steve Hopkins
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Fruit for the Crows (#4.7)
29 September 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The story with Juice is just killing me. The ending is amazing. The scene of him jumping of the branch with a noose made me gasp. I hate that he killed himself. He was a very goo character, very well acted too. And it is somebody whom one gets to like through all the seasons. One could see how he was struggling in this episode. Especially his conversation with Clay.

Chief's idea with the letter didn't seem to work how he wanted to but it still did a good thing for the show. It seems to develop even more.

The whole thing with Alvarez's assault was also pretty good. They once again could add all the action into it.


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