The Good, The Bad, And Whether You Should Watch
From my one viewing of the series, I could tell the show does a good job of balancing an ensemble cast and different plotlines. In “Crucified,” there were a few moments that were so harrowing when played out onscreen that I am unlikely to ever forget them, including the questioning of a rival gang member and a horrific scene featuring a cross.

Sons of Anarchy isn’t the sort of show you drop in on for a relaxing evening at home. It takes a little work, and the payoff is often rife with misery and distress. At the end of the day, worthwhile things almost never come easy, and Sons of Anarchy seems like it would be worth the work. So, if it sounds like something your moral compass can handle, jump in, and maybe even buy or rent the first few seasons, beforehand.

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