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Sons Of Anarchy's Aon Rud Persanta: Shot Through The Neck, And You're To Blame
Well I’ll be damned. After a couple of decent but generic episodes,Sons of Anarchy revved it up to 11 tonight for “Aod Rud Persanta,” which abruptly put a dead end to several of the show’s ongoing storylines in a most bloody fashion. It was how Ocean’s Eleven would have gone if Danny Ocean were the bearded president of a badass motorcycle club, instead of just some guy in a suit. Everything has changed for SAMCRO now, and it’s all for the better.
Sons Of Anarchy's Hwang Wu: Tara Is All Alone Now
These 90-minute episodes are really starting to take a toll on my experience with the series. Last week was essentially just one big confession-filled lead-up to this week’s “Huang Wu,” which was itself one big emotional lead-up to next week’s explosive prison transport. I cannot wait for that episode, sure, but with the15-18 minutes of extra content we’re getting every week, it feels like we should have gotten to it already,
Sons of Anarchy's John 8:32: Everyone Now Knows Everything About Everyone
If you’d have told me last week that tonight’s episode would feature a whole lot of people putting Tara in their crosshairs, all while Clay maniacally bites off a prison guard’s nose, I’d have assumed the episode was an instant classic. Instead, we get a lot of grievances being aired out like a filthy trunk that hasn’t had any dead bodies hidden inside it for a while. Wait, bikers don’t have trunks…
Sons Of Anarchy's Sweet And Vaded: Venus And Tara's Twisted Family Values
One always hopes a Goggins appearance in a series will be complemented with another, so when he showed up last week in full Venus Van Dam regalia, I silently cheered that it wasn’t too flashy a performance, which meant she might be coming back. And boy, did she, all while dragging each and every bruised and tarnished skeleton out of her deep, dark exploited closet.
Sons Of Anarchy Season 6 Watch: Salvage - Many Happy Returns
In strict opposition to last week’s episode, as well as those preceding it, tonight’s episode of Sons of Anarchy was free of horrific bodily horrors and cringe-worthy sexual debauchery. Granted, that means that almost nothing got accomplished in this episode, with only minimal plot forwarding. But you know what? That’s okay with me,
Sons Of Anarchy's The Mad King: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugliest Act In S.O.A. History
This is a show with edgy violence running through its veins, and just when you thought the school shooting that opened the season would be the most despicable act we’d see this year, I found that last night’s episode topped it, and that’s what I’ll be talking about first.
Sons Of Anarchy's Wolfsangel: One Threat, Two Threats, Three Threats, A Dollar
Make a prediction about Sons of Anarchy not, lest ye feel like having those predictions get thrown into a tub of piss and vinegar. The one thing I love most of all about this show, is that despite its more obvious targets for negative criticism, it is constantly blowing my mind in terms of shock value, and how quickly it will chew a plotline up and spit it out
Sons Of Anarchy's Poenitentia: That Lee Toric Is One Wacky F---
Toric isn’t tied to anyone but himself and whatever voices are babbling on behind that coifed face of his. Every time we see him, he’s blazing a trail of hot lava all over Charming, and the all-consuming heat is now more strategically melting the heels of those closely tied to Jax and his crew.
Sons Of Anarchy's One One Six: Why Nero Will Be SAMCRO's Biggest Threat
First, let me say that I think it’s great that Sutter has managed to extend Jimmy Smits’ run on the show, not limiting him to a one-and-done season like so many other guest stars. Last year, Harold Perrineau’s underused Damon Pope was a nice “big baddie” for the Sons to butt heads with, but he was still an outsider character, but Nero is completely enveloped into every aspect of SAMCRO’s existence at this point: romantically, professionally, and criminally.
Sons of Anarchy Creator Kurt Sutter Addresses Parents Television Council Complaints
Following a heartbreaking and tragic Season 6 opening episode of Sons of Anarchy this Tuesday, the vocal Parents Television Council is using its disgust toward the series to explain why people should be allowed to purchase ala cart cable packages. Creator Kurt Sutter addressed the issue and to explain his feelings on the PTC’s attempts to censor his show.
Anarchy Afterword Debuts: Watch The Sons Of Anarchy Season 6 Premiere After-Show
Those who watched Sons of Anarchy's Season 6 premiere last night and then logged onto FX's website caught the first ever Sons after show Anarchy Afterword. This is one of three episodes planned for the FX biker drama this season. If you missed last night's post-show, FX has put it up online streaming for us to watch in its entirety.
Sons Of Anarchy Season 6 Premiere: What Does This Shocking Ending Mean For SAMCRO?
Tonight, FX’s Sons of Anarchy returned for its sixth season, and while it began with a whimper, it ended with a bang. Well, it actually began with Jax’s narration and ended with a music montage, as this show is known to do, but that isn’t very dramatic. And besides those two points, this episode had just about everything else fans have come to expect.
Sons Of Anarchy Season 6 Review: Violence And Tension Abound As SAMCRO Roars Back To FX
With each new season of Sons of Anarchy comes a new set of challenges, often set atop at least a few unresolved challenges from the previous season. Season 5 left SAMCRO fractured and injured, perhaps beyond repair. While outside threats have made some dents in the motorcycle club's armor, it's the in-house strife that's done the worst damage. But SAMCRO is strong. The club has fallen on hard times before and managed to survive...
2013 Fall TV Premiere Schedule: Dates For New And Returning Shows
September is upon us, and with it comes the return of our favorite TV shows, as well as the premieres of many of the new series on deck to debut on network and cable TV. From the early starters, including Boardwalk Empire, Sons of Anarchy and The Legend of Korra, to the October arrivals, including Grimm, American Horror Story: Coven and The Walking Dead and everything in between, we have plenty to look forward to this fall!
Sons Of Anarchy Post-Show Anarchy Afterword Gets The Greenlight At FX
Post-episode talk shows are becoming a thing, and for those of us who love Talking Dead and now Talking Bad, I'd say that's a good thing. Among the upcoming series to join the post-show craze is Sons of Anarchy. The FX biker drama returns next month, and this week it was announced that FX has greenlit Anarchy Afterward, a talk show that will stream online after the East Coast broadcast of the series, which is headed into Season 6.