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An important club vote gets side tracked when SAMCRO is forced to deal with dangerous external threats against the club.

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Chuck 'Chucky' Marstein (as Michael Marisi Ornstein)
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An important club vote gets side tracked when SAMCRO is forced to deal with dangerous external threats against the club.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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25 October 2011 (USA)  »

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The singer at the fundraiser is Sarah White, Katey Sagal's daughter. See more »

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During the scene at the garden party, one of the members of the band is playing the guitar upside down. See more »

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Chucky Marstein: [When Gemma checks the fundraiser chili recipe] I may have gotten in over my head.
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El Pastizal
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Performed by Los Natas
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Family Recipe (#4.8)
29 September 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Wow, another amazing episode.

Well, first of all the great thing is that Juice survived. I also like how Chibs found him at the end and figured out that he wanted to commit suicide. I wonder what Juice will tell him, because they sure will have to talk.

The episode is also pretty gruesome with all those cut off heads. And the part with the chili that the cops even ate was especially sickening.

But the most amazing part was the confrontation of Clay and Piney. Now Piney is dead, where will this lead? I really love Clay's character. Not as an actual human being but as a show character. Ron Perlman is great in this role. This is a perfect character that is chosen to be the bad guy from the club. This is going very well and is also very promising for the future


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