It's hard to believe we're just a couple of episodes away from the end of the fifth season of Sons of Anarchy. Fortunately, FX and the writers, including showrunner Kurt Sutter, have given us some supersized installments with these last few episodes. And with just two episodes left for Season 5, anything can happen.
Season 5 started stacking the bodies early on, but I have this fear that there's more carnage to come. And not just Otto-attacking-nurses carnage, but another major loss. After Opie's demise earlier this season, it's hard to imagine another main character being ripped from our grasp, but looking at the preview for next week's "Darthy," I have to wonder if the worst is yet to come. There's still unfinished business between Pope and Jax over the matter of Tig. Within the first few second of the preview for "Darthy", we're reminded of Tig losing his daughter and then there's Pope telling Jax that Trager's served his purpose, to which Jax responds, "I'll deliver him tomorrow."
In the interest of refusing to believe Tig's the next character to go, I'm going to go the morbid but optimistic route in hoping it's Tig that gets the payback in the end for what was done to his daughter. Meanwhile, it looks like Bobby's put himself between Jax and Clay. And maybe he has the right thing in mind by doing this, in helping keep Jax from becoming "the guy that you wanted to kill." Seems like an added complication! And speaking of complications, we got a glimpse of Gemma kissing Clay, and later, Jax talking about becoming a savage.
Two episodes left! A lot can happen in a few hours!
Sons of Anarchy airs Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. ET on FX.
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