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    This is one of those shows I have never watched, but plan to at some point. So I would like to thank that parent group for being pissed off about that butt shot of Charlie Hunnam. I would have missed it. HOLY CRAP thank you. Phew.

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    Powerful episode.
    "What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others" Pericles

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    The acting in this episode was absolutely superb by every single cast member! I found myself not wanting the episode to end at all and then wanted to cry when I found out they're skipping Thanksgiving. I love Thanksgiving and all but I don't think there are too many people who would mind watching SOA at 10 on a holiday. Most of us are stuffed and bored by that time anyway, right?!
    "For mine is a generation that circles the globe in search of something we haven't tried before. So never refuse an invitation, never resist the unfamiliar, never fail to be polite, and never outstay your welcome. Just keep your mind open and suck in the experience, and if it hurts, you know what? It was probably worth it." ~The Beach~



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    ^^damn right^^
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    Next to last episode. WAH! When the price comes down I will start buying all seasons of this show.
    "What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others" Pericles

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    Wow, took me a minute to realize the truck driver is Michael Chiklis, from The Shield, another Kurt Sutter show. I know Jay Karnes and Walton Goggins have been on, and looks like CCH Pounder is going to be in the finale. Was nice to see Hal Holbrook tonight as well. A lot of surprises tonight...
    By my troth, I care not; a man can die but once; we owe God a death.... He that dies this year is quit for the next.
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    "A lot of surprises tonight..." That is what we call an understatement.
    "What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others" Pericles

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    I'm feeling empty/sad today. The same way I felt after Tara was murdered. I had been wanting to see Gemma die all season but I actually felt sad, I think for both her and Jax. It seems to me that Jax is preparing for his own death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne67 View Post
    I'm feeling empty/sad today. The same way I felt after Tara was murdered. I had been wanting to see Gemma die all season but I actually felt sad, I think for both her and Jax. It seems to me that Jax is preparing for his own death.
    I agree, I can[t see any alternative, but it's hard to second guess Kurt Sutter.
    By my troth, I care not; a man can die but once; we owe God a death.... He that dies this year is quit for the next.
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    Despite all the deaths in this last episode, none of them hit me as hard as Opie, Tara or Bobby. Maybe because I saw all them coming? Who knows. I also get the feeling that Jax is preparing to die. Did anybody else notice something up with Jax's leg? In the beginning of the epi Chibs asked him what was wrong with it and Jax said he didn't know and then throughout the episode he was limping. Did I miss something? Is that going to play into anything next week? Again....who knows. I just found it odd.
    "For mine is a generation that circles the globe in search of something we haven't tried before. So never refuse an invitation, never resist the unfamiliar, never fail to be polite, and never outstay your welcome. Just keep your mind open and suck in the experience, and if it hurts, you know what? It was probably worth it." ~The Beach~



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    The limp was clue to something, who knows with Sutter. Next week is going to be interesting. Sad to see it end.
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    I'm still in shock after that episode. I really didn't think Jax would have the stomach to go through with killing his own mother. Yeah, I feel like Jax is preparing for his death. Him asking Nero to take Wendy and the kids to the farm made me think that. I don't get the foot limp either. I can't wait to see what happens next week but I hate seeing it end.

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    Gemma had accepted her fate. She had been living the outlaw lifestyle a long time. When Jax faltered with going through with it she said, "It's ok honey, it's what we do". One of the most powerful scenes I've ever had the privilege to watch.
    "What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others" Pericles

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    Major league fuckup. A tell all book about the show was shipped too early and has some big ass spoilers in it. Kurt is mega pissed. Might be some bodies showing up.
    "What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others" Pericles

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    I feel like there's something up with Jax's limp. And what did Nero get from the garage? Was that just an excuse to call Unser? I've only watched the ep once, I need to watch it again.

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    If I were Kurt Sutter I would be beyond pissed. I don't want to know how it ends until I watch the finale...
    By my troth, I care not; a man can die but once; we owe God a death.... He that dies this year is quit for the next.
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    The leg he's limping had Gemma's blood on it after he kills her

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    Quote Originally Posted by SelenaFan View Post
    The leg he's limping had Gemma's blood on it after he kills her
    I can't wait to see what that means!
    By my troth, I care not; a man can die but once; we owe God a death.... He that dies this year is quit for the next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangitbawb View Post
    I can't wait to see what that means!
    It made for a ruined pair of white high tops. You can scrub the leather part but he will need a new pair of shoestrings.
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    I pre ordered that SOA book from Amazon. I'm so glad they aren't the ones that mailed it out early. I would be so pissed!

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    I'm sad It's all over
    By my troth, I care not; a man can die but once; we owe God a death.... He that dies this year is quit for the next.
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    A good show will make you feel sad when it's over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleanskull View Post
    A good show will make you feel sad when it's over.
    So true. I think the finale was well written, especially when you realize the backstory of John Teller and how his life ended... And how prophetic for Michael Chiklis to play Milo one more time...
    By my troth, I care not; a man can die but once; we owe God a death.... He that dies this year is quit for the next.
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    The afterword was good. Some of the answers to Kurt's main question were great. Gemma was really rocking the goth look when they were bagging her. I think that final toast was cinnamon schnapps. The way Kurt said wow that's hot and from the color. Adios to a good show.
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    For accuracies sake The Shield was NOT Kurt Sutter's show. He worked on it. Worked his way up to be a player in it. Wrote some shows. Produced. But it was not his show. Shawn Ryan was the creator and big kahuna on The Shield. I read somewhere in here that someone said The Shield was Sutter's show.... nope.

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    This was one of the better series finales. Great job. I hope they start running re-runs
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    Toward the end who else was thinking OJ when Jax had that caravan of cali LEO's tailing his ass.
    Last edited by cleanskull; 12-11-2014 at 12:28 PM.
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    Great show. I'm sad that it's over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StewartGilliganGriffin View Post
    For accuracies sake The Shield was NOT Kurt Sutter's show. He worked on it. Worked his way up to be a player in it. Wrote some shows. Produced. But it was not his show. Shawn Ryan was the creator and big kahuna on The Shield. I read somewhere in here that someone said The Shield was Sutter's show.... nope.
    Yep, that was me, and you are correct! I should have worded it to say "another show Sutter was involved in", my bad...
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    Does it have explicit sex and cuss words--like the F-word and the GD-word?
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    Plentiful butt shots for you, too Cindy!

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    No, thanks.
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    Sad thing we still haven't figured out who the homeless woman is... anyone know?
    By my troth, I care not; a man can die but once; we owe God a death.... He that dies this year is quit for the next.
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    did anyone understand and get what Courtney Love was saying when she was in the show???? Or was she talking jibberish and slurring her dialogue like she normally does when her mouth moves??
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    Courtney was ok. She didn't have a lot to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neilmpenny View Post
    Courtney was ok. She didn't have a lot to do.
    Yeah, that was pretty pointless. She did the best she could with what she had.

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    We'll have to wait a couple of years but we're going to get a prequel from Sutter about the first nine. Probably a mini series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    We'll have to wait a couple of years but we're going to get a prequel from Sutter about the first nine. Probably a mini series.
    That's cool. I wonder if how far back he will take them? All the way to the shit I hope.
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    I just started watching it and they just finished their last season lol but I'm really enjoying it I started watching is because I like Charlie Hunnam I knew who he was before he started the show and I enjoyed his acting in a few other things before I started watching

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangitbawb View Post
    Wow, took me a minute to realize the truck driver is Michael Chiklis, from The Shield, another Kurt Sutter show. I know Jay Karnes and Walton Goggins have been on, and looks like CCH Pounder is going to be in the finale. Was nice to see Hal Holbrook tonight as well. A lot of surprises tonight...
    There was an episode very early on (I think the season that Walton Goggins first appeared in) when they went to see someone in the hospital, when the camera showed the visitor, whoever the patient was had "The Shield" playing on the TV in their room. When I saw it I had already figured there had to be some sort of connection to The Shield, but that clinched it. Hal Holbrook as Gemma's dad was heartbreaking, but his appearance in that last episode and the foreshadowing of Gemma loving to be out in the flowers was perfect.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anne67 View Post
    I'm feeling empty/sad today. The same way I felt after Tara was murdered. I had been wanting to see Gemma die all season but I actually felt sad, I think for both her and Jax. It seems to me that Jax is preparing for his own death.
    Yep, I figured they were foreshadowing Jax's death going back to when someone (Bobby? can't remember) told him there was no way John wouldn't have known someone had tampered with his bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dangitbawb View Post
    So true. I think the finale was well written, especially when you realize the backstory of John Teller and how his life ended... And how prophetic for Michael Chiklis to play Milo one more time...
    Yes, exactly. Totally agree with all of that.

    I finally got done watching this series on Netflix. To be honest I had a hard time after Opie died and didn't watch for quite a while. Man Gemma really fucked everything up in her anger. I knew that Tara and Clay were going to die that season (my friend accidentally spoiled it for me when I mistakenly told her I had watched it... once she said that I was like "I don't remember that" and thought I was nuts). Tara, Opie and Bobby's deaths were the worst for me too. Opie's first wife was pretty bad too, way way back.


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    Opie, Tara's, and Jax's deaths were the only ones that made me cry Opie's was particularly hard to watch Tara's was heartbreaking because seeing and feeling Jax's devastation and loss and Jax's because over the course of seven seasons you come to love and care for Jax to watch him say goodbye to his brothers/friends and ride to his death was heart-wrenching

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyBear View Post
    Opie, Tara's, and Jax's deaths were the only ones that made me cry Opie's was particularly hard to watch Tara's was heartbreaking because seeing and feeling Jax's devastation and loss and Jax's because over the course of seven seasons you come to love and care for Jax to watch him say goodbye to his brothers/friends and ride to his death was heart-wrenching
    I loved that show but the whole last season pissed me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    I loved that show but the whole last season pissed me off.
    Jax dying is that what you mean? And well I guess they had to end it somehow lol I think it would have been more sad if he'd lived without Tara though his kids would have had a father but a criminal for a father though there are a lot of those kinds of family's like that out there and there's a good chance his older son would have become like him and he and Tara didn't want that
    I'm not crazy I'm just creatively insane!







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