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"Sons of Anarchy" Authority Vested (2012)

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Authority Vested (#5.2)

Author: ComedyFan2010 from Canada
30 September 2015

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This episode moves on with the story even though not as fast as before.

One great part is Clay coming to talk with Opie. The scene is pretty intense and I was wondering if it might end up violent but it didn't. I loved how Clay brought his point to Opie. And it was convincing enough to make him come back to the club. It is done pretty great at the end when he just shows up there and kicks the cherif in the face so he is taken to police with them. As it was said this is where he is becoming Jax.

Had some sweet moments too. Mainly associated with the wedding. When Gemma brings her rings and gives them to Tara saying that she wants to stay and watch her only son to get married.

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Not to be Missed

Author: therunner42 from Australia
20 January 2014

I found this episode to be one of the best. Things are heating up for the Sons as they feel the wrath of Damien Pope's (Harold Perinneau) vendetta. He is powerful and his reach is long. Jimmy Smit's character Nero is revealed in more detailed and it turns out he may be more of friend to the club than simply just seeing Gemma (Katey Segal). Tara (Maggie Siffs) and Jackson's (Charlie Human) relationship moves to a new level whilst Opie (Ryan Hurst) struggles with his loyalty to the club. There is personal drama and violence. For fans of the show, this is a standout episode. Without giving anything away there are certain events in this episode that should not be missed. It also gives you an insight into what is for most of us a whole different world. It's another reason why the show is so great.

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Sons of Anarchy Authority Vested

Author: dalydj-918-255175 from Ireland
19 September 2012

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After the events of last week's premiere we are setting up The Sons hiding in a Female service placement because there are warrants out for their arrest. Also Tig is worried about his second daughter and if her life hangs in the balance. Then after the credits we see a lawyer come to see the case. The Sons find out Wayne was attacked during the night. Jax brings up Marriage went Tara is worried for the well being of her children, so she is just laughing at the fact the ceremony would have no romance it a Brothel when he could be charged for murder. When Tig comes out to see his other daughter he finds out that she was just with her boyfriend, when she finds out her sister is gone she goes loose and who wouldn't when you find out your sister is dead and who might be killed too. Clay goes to Obie and tells him that he has told the group the truth about the death of his father, the one he already knew. Some more Jimmy Smits is great and now that he is with Jax it just seems to have a great chemistry (Smits can make any actor look better when they have him beside him). When Nero wants to have fun I guess he has some fun. Obie is still on the show so he must have a problem so he goes to his ex so she can look after the children, and he visits her at her porn film set. After Gemma finds out about the wedding of course she feels left out because she really does not like Tara that much because she feels like an non-admired role model for what being a biker wife is. Wedding time and we get a sweet small one but my problem with this little wedding was it felt a bit too out of place as it was only at the start of the episode the idea came up only to finish by the end of the episode. After a short wedding off with the police they go. This ending to the episode but it did not feel as consistent as last week.

EPISODE GRADE: B (MVP: Charlie Hunnam)

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