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    I've been worried about what's going to happen to Juice all season. After the previous few episodes, I started to worry a little less, and then he went and spilled his guts to Chibs and it just put me right back on edge. I can't wait for the last few episodes, but it's going to be a long wait until next season!

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    Now Opie has gone and done it......

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    Good on him! I'm sick of Clay's crap.

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    I was so happy he shot Clay! I was totaly disgusted by everything he did and his smug little looks he always gave like he was the untouchable King Shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Princess View Post
    Good on him! I'm sick of Clay's crap.
    Totally agree. I am guessing Tara is going to get whacked......

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    I'm *hoping* she does. I like Tara, I feel bad for Tara, but I'd love to see where that would take Jax' character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stacebabe View Post
    I'm *hoping* she does. I like Tara, I feel bad for Tara, but I'd love to see where that would take Jax' character.
    I think that is how they are going to keep it going as well......

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    Don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen it yet, but... thoughts on the season finale?

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    Some surprises. Interested in seeing how Clay will behave (or for that matter Gemma too) in season five. Just like Hamlet.....

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    I thought it sucked. :/

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    I was a bit let down, and I hope this isn't the end of Linc Potter. That ending scene with him at the meeting was fantastic. Ray McKinnon is mesmerizing in that creepy role. It just doesn't make sense for him to just fly off like some sort of ghost.


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    Dang it! Tara should have administered the blood thinner herself.

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    i was disappointed.

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    I was very underwhelmed by it all.

    I am looking forward to next season to see how Clay handles being just a regular patched member. Hopefully Opie will give him a good ass kicking too!

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    I should clarify, I thought it sucked as a season ending, but it was a great episode.

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    Back on kicking azz.
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    Woo hoo! Finally. So did not see a few of those things coming. I still hate Clay.

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    Great to see that he is the one in an oxygen mask now. Also as much as it was the result of his own actions, poor poor Tig.

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    (poor poor Tig) you know that will make for some interesting payback on down the line.
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    I wanted to cry seeing Tigs daughter get burned like that. I lost my brother to a fire and had to watch him run out of the house on fire, put him out and watch the pain an agony to go with it. I tried to hold his hand, but his skin just slid off and there was nothing i could do. I had to get Mom and Dad out while they watched their son screaming until he passed...The worst day of my life. I know how Tigs feels...But to me , Clay has so much revenge coming by so many people, he won't be around too much longer....at least i hope not...

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    So many layers and personal agendas. Need more shows with this kind of strong character development. (UN)reality shows pale in comparison.
    "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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    Really enjoyed the opener, so many things going on. Looks like its going to be a good season.

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    Wow. I just saw the season premiere. Kurt Sutter remains an evil genius. I don't really even like Tig, but you had to feel for him. I think Clay is reaping what he's sown. Damon Pope is ruthless! I'll miss LaRoy - - that was pretty cold, too.

    Did anyone else catch the end, one of the guys attacking Unser, with the prosthetic? Any thoughts on that?
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    The worm has turned, and everything is becoming circular. I suspect Tara will be changing a lot. She seem resigned to her fate. I did go, " OW" when I saw Gemma and Jimmy Smitts. Oh, Jimmy Smitts, you are still a beautiful man.

    Tig's scene with his daughter = oh, man. Didn't think they would actually do it, but they did. Sutter pushes the line.


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    I thought they were going to put Tigs in the hole, I didn't expect what I saw. We watched it again last night - a lot to take in all at once. Excellent as always though.
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    Nice eppy tonight. Liking Jimmy Smits charater. This show just keeps getting better.
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    Loved how Opie came in to stand with Jax.

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    Yeah, Opie made a good stand. Loved how he joined up with them.
    "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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    Nothing says love like capital murder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wickedkitten View Post
    Nothing says love like capital murder


    A true American tradition.
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    Fuck. Didn't see that one coming.
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    Could you hear me screaming? The first episode I've watched in two seasons and THAT HAPPENS?!?!
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    That was seriously, seriously hard to watch.

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    Oh I saw it coming... didn't have much left, particularly after it all came out. I was hoping it would be Tig. He has bugged me from the start. Can't believe it made me sad for a few seconds. I liked Opie's character and hate like heck that he won't be around to watch anymore. Glad this week's show made up for last week's show being soooo booooring.lol!

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    That was so hard to watch. My gawd, so at first you think it is Chibs, and you are going.. "NO NO ...not Chibs.. " Then Opie steps up like a Boss and does the Willem Dafoe from Platoon mixed with Jesus. Not fair at all, but then again neither is life. I wonder who got his flat iron?

    I'm expecting Tigs to end up bloody wearing only a thong made out of grenades and a machete in each hand before he goes. He needs to go completely insane and have a list of people to chop up.


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    I wanted to see Opie get his chance to avenge his family... take out Clay etc. Didn't see it coming at all. What a show.

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    It's always the unexpected... but the writers are often good about leading you to and fro, leaving tiny breadcrumb trails throughout the episodes. Good editing and direction on the high impact scenes too. Add Kurt Sutter to the list of people I'd like to have at a dinner party someday. ;-)

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    Sutter was channeling his inner Shakespeare on this eppy. Opie had lost is wife and dad for messed up reasons and then makes the ultimate sacrifice for his bro. Powerful epsode. Rest of the season should be a hoot.
    "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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    A young actor best known for a role on the hit motorcycle club series "Sons of Anarchy" has been found dead outside a Los Angeles home along with an elderly woman.

    http://gma.yahoo.com/sons-anarchy-ac...lebrities.html


    "I will be buried in a spring loaded casket filled with confetti, and a future archaeologist will have one awesome day at work."

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    I started wondering if Ryan Hurst wanted out of his contract too is why Opie was killed off, so I Googled and found this... in true Sutter form:

    This is the first [season] I’ve had to think about the end game, and knowing where I wanted to get my hero and knowing how I wanted to get there, the road I wanted him to travel,” Kurt said. “Jax needed that emotional upheaval, that one event that happens in a mans life that can change the course of his destiny — the death of his best friend was [that].”Kurt also noted that, although Ryan initially struggled to accept his character’s fate, he eventually realized “the importance of it in the mythology of the show.” “It’s a difficult thing,” Kurt admitted. “[Ryan] is very plugged into the show and loves the character, and Ryan is a super-sensitive dude, so it was difficult for both of us to figure out how to do this.”

    Read More at: http://hollywoodlife.com/2012/09/26/...paign=referral

    The above link has an embedded Youtube video of the death sequence, albiet it's a shakey one.

    Here's a shortened version that's not so shakey: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ey4ui9zK5kE

    Never mind the dinner guest, now I'm wondering what it must be like to have Sutter as a boss...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miho View Post
    A young actor best known for a role on the hit motorcycle club series "Sons of Anarchy" has been found dead outside a Los Angeles home along with an elderly woman.

    http://gma.yahoo.com/sons-anarchy-ac...lebrities.html
    According to TMZ it was his land lady and he killer her and mangled her cat and terrorized people in the neighborhood before jumping off the roof and killing himself. The people he terrorized though he looked high off of meth...SAD Said it was due to a mental disorder.
    http://www.tmz.com/2012/09/28/johnny...ns-of-anarchy/
    http://www.tmz.com/2012/09/27/johnny...avis-landlady/
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    Sutter said the he hoped he would be surprised by the news of his death but sadly he wasn't.
    "If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went."

    Author: Will Rogers

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    This season of SOA is by far the best since Season 2. I mean Sutter is knocking it out of the park. I was literally SCREAMING at my TV on Tuesday. You know a show is good when they get you to identify with characters that much. I awoke the next morning having genuine concern for his fictional orphans living with a fictional pornstar. LOL

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    All I know is, I want to ride my Harley all weekend and make the time go by fast so Tuesday night gets here again.

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    Im so sad about Opie. Tonight will be his funeral. RIP Opie.

    I understand why he had to die for the show to go on, and what road its taking, but still was so sad. Opie was a fav. But I cant wait for tonights episode.

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    Is it 2100 yet?
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    Trying not to read this thread... as I mentioned in the Half Sack thread, one week ago I started watching all Seasons of Sons. I just finished three today and start four tonight.

    Kurt Sutter is brilliant.
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    Ha the special guest star of Tuesday’s episode was great, welcome bit of humour in light of the previous two episodes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wickedkitten View Post
    Ha the special guest star of Tuesday’s episode was great, welcome bit of humour in light of the previous two episodes
    I loved it! I wanna say more but don't want to spoil anything for those who haven't watched
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    Ah, yeah. It was awesome.


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