Sons of Anarchy: Season 5, Episode 4

Stolen Huffy (2 Oct. 2012)

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Complications arise as the Sons band together to face a new adversary.



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Complications arise as the Sons band together to face a new adversary.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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Lyla: What do I do, Jax? I can't raise three kids on my own. I can barely cover me and Piper. How am I supposed to care for those kids and earn a living?
Jackson 'Jax' Teller: Just like every other single mother. You get help. Friends. Family.
Lyla: My Mom lives two hours away. I don't have family up here.
Jackson 'Jax' Teller: Let me show you something.
[Takes her to the window and opens the blinds. They watch club members and women gathering for Opie's memorial service]
Jackson 'Jax' Teller: *That's* your family. Anything you need, you just ask. Anyone says no, they ...
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Time to say Goodbye
19 January 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This is a touching episode as the Club says goodbye to Opie. As usual there are a lot of underlying themes and issues. It looks like the Sons may be entering into the prostitution business (partnering with Nero) in an effort to get into less dangerous enterprises. However, this has complications for Gemma's budding relationship with Nero. Everybody is down on Gemma in this episode and even she asks what is happening to her. Ashley Tisdale guest stars in small but well played part. Drea De Matto reprises her role as Wendy and it looks she is going to be a continual problem. There is a cute scene with the club members working out in the gym and an exciting car chase. Clearly the writers and director know how to make a show that appeal to both sexes. The show finishes with Opie being driven away. The hearse door closes shut but not before we see Jackson's look of defiance. Things are going to change for the club now.

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