Sons of Anarchy "Crucifixed" Review: Crossing and Double-crossing

Sons of Anarchy S05E10: "Crucifixed"

Last night's Sons of Anarchy, "Crucifixed," was 90 minutes' worth (including lengthy, amnesia-inducing commercial breaks) of dense posturing and positioning as Kurt Sutter delicately placed his finest crystal, china, silverware, and centerpieces on the table in preparation to yank off the tablecloth with all the finesse of a six-year-old amateur magician. This episode was a game of high-seas boat-rocking, extreme Jenga down to just the middle pieces. It went for the House of Cards world record in a store that only sells electric fans. And it was really fun to watch.

The dissemination of information has been the core of Season 5, and that was in full play in "Crucifixed." Secrets! Lies! Half-truths! Lying by virtue of not telling the entire truth! Sons of Anarchy should be praised for treating its ensemble right; everyone gets something to do (except you, Dirty Phil, you're just there to vote the way everyone else votes and clean the toilets). But where Sons of Anarchy creaks and moans is in the way information is spread among all its characters. I'm saying this on a purely personal level—your experience may differ from mine, and I take the blame for not being able to understand every nook and cranny of the labyrinth of plots that's been created. It's hard enough for me to follow everything that's happening in a general sense, but Season 5 is about more than just knowing what's going on. It's become just as important to keep track of which characters know what AND which characters know which other characters know what, and further and further down the hall of mirrors. The whiteboard in the Sons of Anarchy writers room must be the length of a football field with all the different perspectives. Jax knows almost everything that's going on, but Jax isn't certain what Clay knows. Clay knows more than Jax thinks he knows, but Clay doesn't know everything that Jax knows. Bobby knows about Juice because Jax told him after he found out about Juice from Roosevelt. Chibs knows about Juice, too, but Chibs knows different things about Juice. Everyone knows about Clay, but no one can really prove what they know. And Tig knows that Venus Van Dam has a penis and Tig does not care. Thank goodness for Tig, he's a character I understand.

"Crucifixed" offered revelation after revelation, and the speed at which secrets and information were dumped onto the table for different characters to absorb was dizzying. But instead of being a head-scratching mess of "Wait, what now?" the episode bound everyone together in a deadly game. The noose is around every character's neck, and a false move by any one of them could result in everyone's feet kicking.

We'll start, obviously, with Jax, who's continues to remind us of dear old stepdad Clay. Jax added Juice to his army of blackmailed soldiers and drew a line in the asphalt that said "With Me" on one side and "Dead" on the other. The old Jax would've played multiple sides for the benefit of the club, but now he's clearly positioning things in a single direction.

Well, except with regard to his partnership with Pope, which I'm still having a hard time accepting. Jax was willing to hunt down the hired killer (who had little choice in the matter, really) who took out Opie, even though in the process he was going to destroy an alliance with the Grim Basterds. He was also totally fine with murdering the guard (and his wife) for their part in Opie's murder. But then he shakes hands and has a laugh with Pope, the man who ordered the whole thing? It's one thing to accept that getting into a war with Pope would be bad news, but it's another to pal around with him and offer him great financial investment opportunities. If this is sincere, it's the most Clayish thing Jax has done. And the idea that Jax is totally willing to give Tig up to Pope is definitely not cool. We're on shaky ground with Jax right now as makes his transition to full-blown asshole. But is he really playing by the wisdom of keep your enemies closer? I'm hoping this is a prolonged version of what happened at the end of Season 3, when we believed Jax was doing all the wrong things because he was hiding the fact that he had a bigger plan.

After learning that Jax was making moves to get Otto to recant his damning testimony against the club—which would cut Clay's safety line—Clay's next move was to talk to two-timing cartel member and CIA confidant Romeo. The two came up with the only option that made sense: Get rid of Jax and reinstate Clay to keep the businesses of guns and drugs going. Once again, Clay must duck behind the protection of the Feds, only this time he knows it. Clay also has to know that Gemma and Juice aren't just doing his dishes and giving him Cortisone shots because they miss him, but it isn't always clear what's going on in Clay's mind. Ron Perlman is doing fantastic work of late keeping it ambiguous, y'all.

Otto is still crazy as fuck and this week he made one of his most insane maneuvers yet, and that's saying a lot for a guy who stabs people's eyes and likes to cry during his jerk-off sessions to women's perfume. Every scene with Tara and Otto has been ultra-creepy and almost too easy, but it's when he's at his calmest that you know something is up. Shame on Tara for smuggling in the crucifix at his request, because we all knew that the long end of it was going hard and fast into someone. Otto's nurse found Jesus in her jugular in one of the series' most gruesome deaths, and the primal rage Otto displayed was chilling. But it was his motivation for murder—one last middle finger to the club—that was particularly dark. Instead of taking back his statement outright, the murder makes his testimony inadmissible (by way of insanity, I guess?) AND pins potential accessory-to-murder charges on Tara. "Sons live, Redwood bleeds," Otto growled as he was hauled off to be lobotomized or chained to a stake in a prison basement. That line can be taken a few ways, but I think he meant he'll always have respect for the club as a whole, while the current assholes in the Redwood Original chapter can suck a big one. It's going to be hard to top that as exit dialogue.

With just three episodes of Sons of Anarchy left in the season, what else would you expect other than more gasps and nail-biting? The show does this every year. But this season may be one of the more intriguing ones, because what we're really afraid of isn't an external bad guy or a job going wrong, it's Jax. How far is he willing to go? Will he take Pope's advice and find opportunity in the pain he's suffered, will he follow in the monster-sized footprints of Clay, or will he step back into the neo-hippie teachings of his father? There's plenty of time to put Jax back on the path of JT (we're looking at a seven-season show here), so expect that there will be darker days ahead.



NOTES

– Jax reassured Tara that the club would handle her situation like it handles all of its situations, to which she replied, "That's exactly what I'm afraid of." Well, it got you this far, Tara! Don't stop now!

– More Tara: I loved the way she stomped on the toy piano to get her baby to wake up so she could coddle it. This girl, like most everyone else, is one loud, sudden noise away from going completely ape shit.

– I didn't think that the big dude who actually killed Opie needed to die... until I saw him sideswipe the Sons' row of bikes and then knock them down like dominoes. Then I almost jumped through the screen and strangled him myself.

– For all the crazy stuff Jax is doing, he's still finding time to take care of Lyla by getting her a free place in Mayor Jacob Hale's swanky new apartment complex as part of their deal. I love that about Jax. He's always looking out for his porn-star friends.

– Thank goodness the "club members aren't allowed to be black" thing was addressed and Jax said they need to change the bylaws. They are (edit: were) besties with a black motorcycle gang for cryin' out loud, and Jax is doing business with Pope and his gangs. This anti-black stance for SAMCRO was always a problem. Obviously no one cares if Juice is half black or is he's half ogre. Let him be.

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This was the best episode so far IMO. However, Tig needs more screentime. I mean, come on, he's by far the most interesting character. If he gets killed off, which he apparently will, the show loses another piece of its soul, like it did with Opie. Also, there hasn't been any humor this season, except for the transvestite episode, which is what I miss the most. The whole season has been unbelievably gloomy and emotional. And I get it, it has to be that way, it's just a bit exhausting... A few more humorous moments would be nice.

"I love that about Jax. He's always looking out for his porn-star friends." So you've already forgotten how hard Jax took the death of his best friend? She's not just a porn star friend, she was Opie's love. Notice how Jax doesn't take care of any other of his porn star friends? Yeah.
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TO grim bastard needs to remember season 3 when he found his best friend with a knife in the back of his scull!
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So if the cartel killed jax (which we know wont happen) wouldnt bobby as vp be president. How would clay ever be president again?
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Loved the episode. But.
What's the deal with the gun Juice found in Clay's house in a lockbox? Is that the gun the nomads used to kill the sheriff's wife?
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I was hoping it belonged to john teller, maybe a gift from someone since it had the reaper on the grip, and it was part of the items in the safe that was stolen from Gemmas house
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I think it's the gun that Clay/Gemma used to kill John Teller. Or maybe it's just the gun that Clay will use to kill Juice. I don't know, but it's obviously something important
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Yeah JT died in a motorcycle accident like @borgsblueyes mentioned. So that leaves the sheriff's wife. Which is the likely wild card in all the double/triple/quadruple crossing.
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John Teller died in motorbike accident. The sheriff's wife seems more likely.
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this series just keeps getting better and better. In year one I thought it kinda comical that Jax, the VP, Was the only one that didn't look anything like an outlaw biker. Now he is gaining the look and the atitute of a hard-core type - a real statue of wax in that Frisco museum called - "World-Class Asshole"
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I loved how the whole family concept was put in this episode. I know it is an obvious show about a family of bikers but I really enjoyed how everything was about the familial bonds and how strongly it was captured in the episode. We see Tara deliberately waking up Thomas to coddle him (wow, she really is turning into Gemma), We see see Juice becoming a second son to Clay and he (Clay) in turn asking for Juice's allegiance at the same time being forced to turn him in to the club. We see the Grim Bastards going up against the son to protect the cousin who killed Opie. Jax and Chibbs have a heartfelt moment together. Finally we see Clay clinging onto Gemma spilling his heart to her. I think that the glow of the relationships that have been forged and now tested is so strong and it will be really interesting to see how this season's end will form or fracture the bonds of this family.
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What I'm not understanding is if Jax wants to bring Clay down, why not just use his dad's letters from last season?
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It could be that easy, but look at it this way, with the RICO Case now gone, he could us the letters. but if he uses them right now, what good would it do? Nothing, now, proving he was putting not only the club but using brothers, killing brothers, and going behind everyones back is more to get him killed than just killing his father 100 years ago.
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Must be something pretty finale in them, he killed Piney and tried to kill Tara to keep the club from reading them.
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Sutter = God
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Damn Otto's such a beast...but a cunning beast, cut from the same cloth as Clay. Knew something was goin down with that crucifix scheme, but that was brutal. And made Tara an accessory to boot. Imagine those true Redwood Originals, when they were all young and living: non-hippie JT, fresh out of Nam w/Clay, young Piney, and a free Otto? Yikes.

I assume Jax is running a long con on Pope- gotta tread carefully with that particular pos. But I think that, like he's shown by offing the guard's wife and trashing Samcro's relationship w/the Basterds, that all parties involved in the brutal murder of Opie (you're my boy, Blue!) are gonna get their due. I just hope Pope suffers when it's his time. And besides, since they got 3 more names from that big bitch before Chibs tapped him in the back of the head, they've still got some more guys to fix before it's Popes turn.

As a side note, I love Elvis as the voice of reason, but if you were gonna have two other guys to have your back, could you do much better than Opie and Chibs? Talk about loyal, badass soldiers. Throw in Tig as a wildcard, and that's a pretty bad time for the opposition.

Love SOA so much.
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I agree with you Tim, things are getting way too complicated... I almost started to draw a diagram of who knows what... It's like a soap opera! BUT it feels right (ahahaha)! No one trusts anyone completely! So it's only natural that everyone is always suspicious... And Jax is scary as f*ck!! The way he justifies it and goes from one extreme to the other gives me the chills. If he gives Tiggy away I'm afraid there will be no going back for him :( ..... Btw, don't you have the feeling that ANYONE can die?!?! O.O (except Jax I guess... and maybe Tara bc that would kill Jax) But everyone else: Tiggy, Clay, Juicy, Bobby (Jax kinda alluded to chibs that Bobby might get in the way....not sure of what he meant) and Chibs (protecting Jax)... even Gemma... this show's awesome people!!! :D
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I think Jax is biding his time to get revenge on Pope. He was all fun and laughs to Popes face but when Pope turned his back, Jax face changed completely. If looks could kill... well then we wouldn't have a show.
I never understood why Juice didn't just go to Jax when Roosevelt started blacking mail him. Of all the plot lines that's been in the show, I've found this the weakest. Knowing Jax from watching the show, it's pretty clear his character wouldn't give a sh*t what Juices dad was. Juice has basically been left outside the new circle too for some reason. Jax, Bobby, and Chibs, have their little click, Tig is in with them too, and Juice has just been left out. Why wouldn't they have brought him in some bit? They have left him as carer to Clay and hence open to total manipulation by Clay. And Jax didn't suspect Juice of being a rat until 2 episodes ago, so that has nothing to do with it. I've always liked Juice, but his character has become just a plot ploy.
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Because Juice tried to committ suicide and jax and juice have never been close like chig bobby and even wild card tig have been close. Juice loves samco but realizes that samco loves him back to a point and any one who understands poltics no matter where you at there is poltical dynamics allways in play in a gang/ organization or corporation if the sons of anarchay were truly anarchist then there would be no poltics because there is no leader all shit is done by consences but if one individual wants to blow it all up then up they can because chaos is the rule of the day.
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Well one, Clay was president at the time Eli blackmailed Juice, and besides that, Juice was doing what he thought was protecting the club, if he did what they told him, the Sons would've lived (minus the ones at the gun trade) They made him believe if he didn't the entire club would be brought down, which proves Juices intelligence besides computers isn't all there, he would've known he was the only source that they had to bring down the club. He didn't fall into the care of Clay becuz he was an outsider, he fall into Clay becuz of Clay killing Piney, Juice found a common with Clay to be more comfortable within the club about his betrayal to the club. Secondly. Jax didn't know there were a rat at the table til Eli told him acouple episodes ago lol. He thought it was just Otto giving them up.
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That scene when Chibs told Jax he'll always be there for him, and said "I love you, kid" brought a few tears to my eyes.
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I'm actually good with where Jax is headed; I hope he doesn't become a pussy like JT. I don't know if he's becoming a character I respect, but he's becoming a character I disrespect less.
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While the secrets between all these characters is what's now driving the plot this season, I thought it was the development of that that made this episode pretty boring. It was just one character after another tracking down and talking to one character after another about one secret after another. It felt like the boring parts of a police procedural. Usually, giving an extra-30-minutes to an episode entails giving more time for more awesomeness; in this case, it was just more time to fit in a bunch of fact-checking.

As for Jax, I'm indifferent about this darker and more action-driven version of him. As for his goody relationship with Pope, I think it's an act. It feels like Jax is intentionally acting like a protege looking up to a mentor to make Pope feel confident and at ease. I figure Jax's big plan will end up with screwing Pope over in some way with the development deal, then going to war with him. Basically, I agree with you about it being similar to season 3, where he acted and manipulated people for a bigger picture. The problem I think he'll face with that is by acting like an ass to the SAMCRO family, including Bobby, Juice, Gemma, etc. As Jax is being more of an ass, Clay is acting more and more sympathetic... I wouldn't be surprised if one or a few kind of side with Clay during this battle between the two, which ends up screwing with Jax's master plan.
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They can't side with Clay lol, Jax has them by the neck, one wrong move their life comes to an End. Juice with his betrayal to the club, Tig, Jax saved his life (so to speak), Gemma loses her family, Bobby knows what Clay has done, and the damage he will do for his own benefits. There is not a chance any of them would side with Clay, their life as they know it will go down the drain, so your idea of not being surprised if they side with Clay is invalid. Infact prior to season 3s ending i believe thats what happening, he has a bigger picture not revealing us to see til the end, He isn't just doing things for the hell of it, the whole Opie revenge I do believe is a side mission, to avenge his bestfriend, but at the same time is the side plot that is helping bring down Pope. Playing along with Pope, Pope giving him info on the killers of Opie, Jax killing them not only to avenge Opie but also to show Pope he is safe, when he isn't. Theres a bigger story to this, than just a simple plan, Jax is known for his intelligence, smart ways of doing things, n the way the show is perceiving him is out of character, which despite what has been done to him, he knows better, as he holds on to the words of his father. I don't believe he will hand over Tig, infact I believe he is setting whatever plan he has, up for Tig to take out Pope for killing Tigs Daughter. and Jax gets his revenge on Pope as well, tho Pope did order the killing of Opie (indirectly) Jax has gotten his pay back thru the ones who actually did the deed (Big Dude and Prison Guard n might be more) Jax has a firm grip on the club right now, there is no way he is just going to throw all that away, no way. His end game will be powerful 100x's better than what we saw at the end of season 3, and I cannot wait til it does!.
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The whole Juice is half black thing makes a lot more sense now as to why Sutter put it in there. The whole point to the whole thing now is that, as common sense would dictate, no one cares that Juice is half black, he betrayed the club for no reason whatsoever. It seemed odd, despite off-handed comments about the niners or what have you throughout the series, that any member of the club would care about Juice any less because his dad was black. It does ring true that a biker club founded 20-30 years ago would have that in its by-laws, but I like the touch that as every character has found out, first Chibs, then Clay, and now Jax and Bobby, no one really cared at all. That turned what seemed like an odd bit of deus ex machina into a pretty good bit of writing.
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Yeah, when Chibs told Jax and Bobby near the beginning of the episode that the leverage over Juice is that his father is black, the look Jax and Bobby gave each other felt like a "WTF? That's the reason? LOL."
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Day number 10.

This episode was kind of blah to me. I don't know if it was because I really didn't care for it. Or because I am so disappointed with the previous episodes that I don't know what to do with a decent SOA episode.
Jax was being stupid Jax trying to be smart Jax. I know he wanted to kill the guy, I know he wants to burn down everyone that had a hand in Opie's death. But this all just seems way too reactionary in contrast with the plotting that he is doing with trying to find evidence on Clay. Why not let him go, let him think he is in the clear and then kill him later. It seemed way too sloppy for Jax and the whole thing with the Grim Basterds. He has been collecting allegiances all season and yet he burns this bridge. Why? Why not collect another one, or at least fortify one. And then when the cartel makes its determination between Clay and Jax, it sees someone that has built several bridges, and allies that can all be involved in making them money. And then the decision is easy. Kill Clay, because he serves absolutely no purpose.
Clay is going to be back at the table? At what point do any of them think there is going to be anyone left at the table if Jax is dead. How do they think they are going to get away with it after everyone knows what Clay has been up too. For an organization that is supposedly one step ahead, and extremely smart. Backing Clay simply because of the Irish is monumentally stupid. Do they seriously think the IRA is going to back out of all that money because Clay is no longer there? NO. No business organization or terror organization is going to turn away from that. The sheer silliness of that plot is bordering on obscene. This is what happens when you write yourself into a corner. You have to make your characters blatantly stupid in order to try to write yourself out of it.
Tara's, well it was her turn to be stupid. Or at least think she is the smartest in the room. The whole thing with Otto was able to be seen from pretty much about their first encounter, Otto was pissed, he needed to find a way to screw the Redwood branch but keep his honor. That was the way. Of course he was going to kill someone with Tara unwittingly helping him. It was stupid for her to keep going back and stupid of her to bring a pointy metal object in the shape of a crucifix to a man that stated he was an atheist. What is he going to use it for Tara? To pray to a god that he doesn't believe in. Are you seriously that dense. As soon as you got that offer from Oregon, you should have said hell yes and gotten out of there. But no, you have to try to be Gemma 2.0 and you sucked at it. And honestly I am surprised that no sucking occurred. Tara used to be such a better character that I would have never thought she would have done what she has been doing the past few episodes. Her character, like Jax's needed to be dumbed down in order for the plot to continue.
Juice, I still don't care about him. I don't care if Clay kills him or Jax kills him. His whole plot which was oh no, I am half black, the guys are going to find out and kick me out. Was just nullified within the span of what two sentences. Two seasons of him running around doing stupid things because of that was just glossed over with. It is time to rewrite the bylaws. Seriously? So Juice could have just gone up to the guys and say "hey guys, Um, I am half black" Cool, we can take care of those old racist bylaws. No hemming and hawing, no oh my gosh you're black, what are we going to do, it must go to a vote where he barely passes. Nothing. And that is it. This just epitomizes the sloppy writing of the season. Also, what about Juice says he can get Clay's papers. Anything? He couldn't even steal cocaine without getting caught.
The stuff with Pope was kind of weird this episode. Should Jax kill Pope? NO. Why, because Pope is the man that can get him out of the life. And Pope is too big of a character for the Club to take on. He just is. He swooped in, got them arrested, got to them in prison, had the freaking Warden of the prison doing his bidding, got Tigs daughter who out of all of the people to get had to be difficult. And knows virtually their every move. What about the club says they can deal with that? Though he will probably have to take a trip to stupid town like Jax and like Tara in order for them to further the plot.
I am on for the ride till the series finally, but damn it is a bumpy ride right now.
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You obviously have a lot to complain about. Which is all invalid, if you understood the story better than wanting the show steer in the direction of what you want. It's a SHOW!!, You have to look at all sides of the ball. Just becuz you know more than the characters really know, doesn't make the characters knowing more than what the story is trying to tell you. This is one of the best realistic shows ever, you're just complaining, and shooting down the show for it not being more predictable, more fantasy like rather than a biker story. Everything that is being played out is the right way to go about it. Just becuz you don't care about Juice, or think Clay should die, or Pope thing is worthless, or the direction of Jax's revenge. You just don't see the story for what it is, you want the show to be what you want, to make you feel more happy with it, sorry toots, this isn't a disney flick. You complain way too much for an awesome story telling. By all means if you think you can write a better show, go for it, go do it, just stop ripping a show YOU ARE NOT TELLING. You seem to think every character is stupid lol. You say you're on for the ride til the end, but I don't think you are, only to continue to complain n cry about a show that you think should be what you think it should be. You're comment is a bit long to read n the fact of it is I'm not gonna waste my time on a stupid comment turned book. Suggest getting your own blog if thats the case, other than that no one wants to read your book in a comment, but I will waste my time defending the show I love, from idiots like you. So do us all a favor, n keep your non sense comments to yourself, you waste people's time with your low intelligence of the show. Understand the show better, and you will have answers to all your stupid questions, there is sure A LOT of them lol. For any Noob fans like this idiot, do yourself the favor n rewatch all seasons til you understand the story, rather than spilling out stupid hatred, and calling everything n anything stupid, and questioning everything that already has an answer. Open your eyes, and spare yourself the embarrassment of being a complete SOA Noob. And the low IQ you put on display for the rest of the world lol. Some people I swear.
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Ah someone's little feelings are hurt. I have watched this show is ce day one. It pains me what it has turned into. This was one of if not my favorite show up until last year's season finale. And this season has been one contrived and poor plot after another trying to justify that silly finale, with Clay living and the cartel/CIA swooping in tomerase all of their problems. they are dumbing down the plots and the characters to make this plot work in times where it woldnt have with the chracters previous level of instinct and intelligence. I will continue to complain about the show until it rights itself. And as for IQ's junior I am sure you are the smartest person in your mom's basement.
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ok fools if you remember ATF or DEA or whom ever GOVT FEDS has been trying to get to one thing since day one of the show the Ira out of America or the guns-ling cell any way so having a drug back cia cartel is smart move on the gov't side which we all Know is purely a fictional story idea . but wait the gov;t would do something like that in real life it's called drugs in the projects to get rid of the black panthers. the Ira need guns and money for their cause and one thing Americans /nra and the like love is their guns and $$.. I agree for a subplot being afraid to be outed as half black in motorcycle club sounds ridiculous but not to some one whom believes the organization he joined has in their bloody by-laws kkk racist exclusive stuff and since juice has seen heard all the racist crap and as far as his stupid ass knows they might string up the half breed lynching style for being black and ratting out the club. One thing I know I trust in Kurt sutter's hamlet style vison to play out so stupid is as stupid does.
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No,not the bikes again. Leave bikes alone,please:D I guess with their repairs on bikes and weekly hospital visits they barely break even with money from drugs and guns:D

What an awsome episode.I thought Otto will rape Tara or something along those lines,but guess I am "just glad he stopped" with that nurse:D Was surprised how fast(think it was like first 5min or so into episode) Juice thing went. Was thinking that it would be revealed through all episode,but I am glad they went this way.
Also was glad that there wasn't no Nero in this episode. Don't get me wrong,I love the guy,but this episode was focused on club and I loved that they didn't just throw some random scene in with Nero(don't know how many episodes Jimmy has for this season,but if he won't show up nor more this season,no spoilers please!).
So many things going through my mind from this episode I know I am missing some important scenes or stories,so I will write later when I think of some or read some comments. Please avoid posting(writing)spoilers what happens next week or beyond.
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Good point. I think they're in the crime biz just to keep their bikes in working order.
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That animated gif looks like a scene from 300.
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