Sons of Anarchy: Season 4, Episode 14

To Be, Act 2 (6 Dec. 2011)

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Jax must overcome great obstacles as he attempts to finalize the gun deal between the Irish and the cartel.

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Jax must overcome great obstacles as he attempts to finalize the gun deal between the Irish and the cartel.

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Juice watches the series "The Shield" (2002-2008) in his prison cell. The creator behind "Sons of Anarchy", Kurt Sutter, was a part of "The Shield" both as executive producer, writer, director and actor. See more »

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When Jax visits JT's grave, many of the surrounding stones are duplicates of the names 'Carl Unger' and 'Sean Jonowitz' and others. See more »

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Jacob Hale: [after Potter reveals the true identity of Hale's investors to the city council] Why are you doing this?
Lincoln 'Linc' Potter: Because I don't like you.
[Then, walking away]
Lincoln 'Linc' Potter: And the good guys need a win.
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Undisputed Best Season Of Entire Show
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Finally. Jax has taken the table. This was a superb season from start to finish, After watching the rest of the show i still agree this is the best season. After such a terrible Season 3 that really was tough to watch Sutter made up for it with this season. Starts off with the Sons being released from prison and back to real world with a new sheriff. After his presence being known we also slowly see Clay is at the start of the end when it comes to his hands. This leads to the cartel welcoming with the drug trade and the deal being made between Jax and Clay. As the season goes on more than bargained for happens with the cartel and the table remains at a split with Bobby questioning Clay's leadership. The season got heated once Juice was forced to work with the government and Piney began to threaten Clay about the letters that would compromise his leadership and have Jax hang him high. With the club being tested more than ever eventually Piney becomes a bigger threat and Clay makes the choice to kill him. This was huge! Along with that Tara(being the first person to find the letters) is also on Clay's radar and he makes the call to the cartel to take out Tara; he had no idea Jax would be there and thank god he was.Tara's hand is in awful shape questioning if she will ever operate again, very sad time and with all this Juice is being asked more and more including stealing a brick of coke that led to Miles finding out and Juice killing him. Then the last few episodes are wild, Opie finds his father dead and Unser tells him the truth. Opie fired up, storms to club house and shoots Clay and if Jax didn't shoot his hand he would have finished the job. Eventually Geamma(recently beaten by Clay) tells Jax EVERYTHING! This made the season, Jax finds out about the letters, Clay killing Piney and trying to kill Tara. He is furious, and knows he must take the table. He tells Clay the deal in a excellent scene of fury saying that only because of the Irish need for Clay he keeps him alive. Then in what many call a weak finale(no clue what your talking about) a great version of Rising Son is played as Jax puts together his new table, naming Chibbs Sgt. of Arms, and wanting Opie as Vice President which seemed unlikely sadly. Juice in the end was let go from government and the Rico case died and with Jax with still limited information except for the fact he tried to kill him self allowed him back at table. This put an end to a season that was full of wild rides. Best idea throwing a drug cartel in the mix with the story with the Sons hating the drug trade and finally letting Jax take the table. After all 7 seasons this will forever be far and away my favorite Sons season. Excellent job.


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