Jax and Tara get a glimpse of life without SAMCRO but discover that their reality is hard to escape.

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Jax and Tara get a glimpse of life without SAMCRO but discover that their reality is hard to escape.

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In sheep's clothing
15 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Up until this episode, I liked Clay. Sure he was a liar, a gun-runner, and a manipulator, but he still had a charm about him. That's gone now. I can understand wanting Tara and Piney killed cuz they knew too much, but beating Gemma like that is just evil. Hopefully he gets what's comin' to him, and then some. Also, Potter's startin' to get under my skin, not as much as Stahl or Zobelle, but he's creepin' in there. He's already got Juice between a rock and a death trap, and he could easily pull the plug on their little deal and feed Juice to the wolves. Both of those things combined with Tara getting her hand destroyed in a failed kidnapping attempt add a lot of much needed suspense to this season. The past few episodes have been good, but they were missing an element of enough significant things happening, this episode delivered that.


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