Sons of Anarchy "Small World" Review: Return of the Monster

Sons of Anarchy S05E06: "Small World"

The inhabitants of the Sons of Anarchy universe aren't particularly skilled at telling the truth, preferring to keep details secret for their own purposes. Why, in just this episode, Clay lied about how his doctor visit went, Gemma wanted no word about Carla's death spread, Tara said she never got to see Otto, and Jax referred to a day on which he killed two people, got into a fight with the sheriff, and had meetings with the most dangerous man in town as a "quiet day."

But one big secret that really wasn't a secret at all was let out of the bag at the end of the episode: Clay was masterminding the break-ins on the innocent people of Charming and using the Nomads as his grunts. I said as much in my review of SoA's Season 5 premiere, and no, I'm not just patting myself on the back for figuring it out. There wasn't really any attempt at a cover-up—we saw Greg the Peg's prosthetic leg in the break-in at the end of the first episode; Chuck Zito's Frankie Diamonds was rummaging through the contents of Clay's safe in a later episode; GoGo had a scratch on his neck from Rita's talons digging into him during the most break-in. Clay's involvement was also predictable, because who else would be behind this?

So the question I have is, why did the truth about the break-ins unfold the way it did? The clues weren't just there for us to find, they were shoved in our faces so we couldn't miss them. I ask because we knew that the Nomads were behind the break-ins (and could conclude that Clay was, too), but we still watched everyone else in Charming run around wondering who was responsible... not exactly the best use of our time as viewers. I'm guessing the break-in arc was affected at least in part by the big reveal in the Season 4 finale that Romeo was working with the CIA; that was sprung on us out of nowhere, and it frustrated a lot of critics, especially me, because it seemed like a last-minute, convenient way out that stretched the limits of believability. Fast forward to now, and the Nomads were purposefully outed early as being responsible for the break-ins, in order to let us in on it gently. At least, that's my theory, I'm just thinking out loud here! It seems like it would have been a better mystery if we the audience had been able to solve it alongside the characters, especially since they were talking about it the whole time. Instead, we knew what was up by the end of the first episode.

"Small World" was a bit of a clean-up episode that closed the chapter on the first half of Season 5 and introduced the second half by putting things in place and tying up old threads. We all knew Clay was up to something, especially with the pathetic puppy dog routine he kept on putting on, and I for one am SUPER GLAD to have him back. Pope wasn't doing it for me as a villain, especially since he wants to get in bed with SAMCRO. Clay is probably setting SAMCRO up from the inside by staging break-ins pointing toward the club, preparing to blow it up so he can climb back into the president's seat. I know we're supposed to hate the guy, but I applauded the man when he lied to Juice and said his doctor's visit was "not good," even after the doc said he didn't need his Oxygen anymore. The sly dog is going to hold on to the "What, me? But I'm just a poor old man on an Oxygen tank please don't take away my prune juice!" card for as long as he can because he's playing the long game and as long as he's powerless, he won't be seen as a threat. Kind of like Mom from Futurama! I don't like Clay the woman beater (and if you do, you're terrible), but I do like Clay the schemer. It's just too bad for Clay that the guys he's relying on to get the job done could be named Larry, Moe, and Curly.

The episode also changed the dynamic between Pope and Jax, with Pope looking to get into business with SAMCRO by paying them fat stacks of cash to increase the amount of cocaine they smuggle up to Northern California. I'm not sure why Pope doesn't mule the stuff himself; it seems like he's cutting in the middle man by having SAMCRO bring more up, and with the network of gangs he has under his call he should be able to find his own guys, but whatever. Let's just assume he's trying to keep his hands as clean as a big-time drug dealer can. Maybe he's just lazy. All I know is that Jax should hate Pope—let's face it, Pope is the reason Opie is dead—and now they're bro-hugging in the back of Pope's car. And hey Jax, you don't say, "We're getting out of the coke haul I promise," and follow that with a vote to get way deeper into the coke haul. That's like when I say, "I'm cutting back on cookies, but first I'm going to eat every cookie I can get my hands on for the next three weeks." Maybe Jax has a coke problem that's just as big as my cookie problem?

I was very appreciative of the gratuitous violence in this episode as a quick and easy way to end a few stories and characters. Sometimes the best way to get rid of a character after they've served their purpose is to put a bullet through their brain with little explanation (see: Carla). Getting revenge on the security guard who dragged Opie into the underground fighting pit wasn't totally necessary. As I said above, the real villain in that case was Pope. But you know what? I'm totally okay with the guard being dead because screw him, and I like how Jax made it more personal by bashing his head in with a snow globe. I'll never look at the St. Elsewhere finale the same way again. As for his wife? Ehh, well, wrong place/wrong time, you know the drill. She shouldn't have come out waving a shotgun with four giant biker dudes in the dining room, especially since Tig was around. However, it should be mentioned that SAMCRO is piling up the body count, and that August and Pope know exactly what happened should they ever choose to whisper something to the cops.

But Carla's suicide by gun was especially gratifying because she was one of the worst new characters on television this season. If there was ever a character who was obviously getting on the nerves of a show's writers, it was Carla, and the most efficient way out was to have her take Gemma and Nero hostage, attempt to force them to perform sex acts on each other, and then just say, "Well that didn't work so I'm gonna shoot myself now BYE BYE!!" *BLAM* Good riddance, Carla, you will go down as one of the series' most pointless characters ever. I'm just glad the writers saw it too, and I hope Clay put another one in her brain just to make sure. And then chopped her head off just to make sure. And then fed her corpse to a bunch of hungry pigs just to make absolutely sure.

"Small World" was the halfway point for Season 5, and it was designed to close some doors (final vengeance for Opie, goodbye Carla!) and open others (welcome back, Clay!). It wasn't as strong as the previous three episodes and it was a bit all over the place, but it put Season 5 in position for a strong second-half run. And that all starts with getting Clay back in the picture.



SKID MARKS

– Tig is a total psychopath now, but I couldn't help but laugh when Chibs asked if he was okay after murdering the guard's wife and agreeing to dispose of the bodies and Tig replied, "Yeah, I am. That was really good for me." And then Chibs kissed him on the cheek.

– I love it when the heads of the gangs get together for their rainbow coalition meet-ups. It's like a United Nations summit for jerks.

– Hello, Joel McHale! I believe the story behind McHale's cameo is that he and Kurt Sutter got along so well when Sutter stopped by McHale's The Soup that Sutter found a role for him. Really looking forward to seeing McHale in next week's episode.

– Egregious product placement for Miller Lite, down to the label perfectly turned toward the camera and the pan-down for a full-frame shot. I liked it better when they drank Budweiser.

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Episode was real good. I enjoyed the interaction between Jax and Sheriff Eli Roosevelt. I think we're about to see a different kind of Sheriff. And really Rockmond Dunbar is really so underated...he plays a man in pain very well. Nero is the best new character on the show. And you're right about the Clay thing. Most figured out it was Clay way before this eppy.
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The episode was okay. Nothing about it particularly stood out as being great. Seeing Joel McHale made me giggle a bit, just because I remember seeing Sutter and Sagal on The Soup a number of months ago. I didn't care at all about Carla's death -- it doesn't seem pertinent to anything and she had been a completely insignificant character. Maybe something will come of it, but I don't see what.
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If you want to draw a line all the way back to who's really responsible for Opie's death, that would actually be Clay and Tig. Clay for framing the One Niners for his shooting and Tig for killing Pope's daughter while seeking retaliation based on Clay's lie. But that guard told Jax that the big house was "his world" and took great pleasure in orchestrating (and wagering on) Opie's death. He had it coming in spades.

As for the not-so-secret reveal of Clay being behind the break-ins, they seem to have knee-jerked too far into hit-us-over-the-head-with-clues-repeatedly territory. It's insulting. And instead of discovering the truth along with our stars, as you say, we are left wondering how they are so dumb as to have not figured it out yet (or at least have a pretty damn good idea). Wayne's the only one who has seemed to know all along, only he's keeping it to himself for some stupid reason and will probably end up dead at the hands of Clay before he says anything.

They even showed us at the very beginning of the episode that Clay no longer needed his oxygen when he was cleaning his guns and looked as healthy as an ox. So it came as absolutely no surprise whatsoever when the doc told him the same or that he lied about it to Juice.

As for Carla, I disagree - I don't think she and her death were pointless at all. It was a way for them to force Nero and Gemma back together. Now Nero will be flirting with crossing that line with her, breaking a promise to Jax and putting himself square in the cross-hairs of Clay. In the long run, Nero's just trying to do right by his kid, but will end up being just another piece of collateral damage, as everything the club touches ends badly or dies a horrible death.

I also disagree with you about the coke running. Pope was right - 30 or 60 or 100 Kilos, it's still the same trafficking charge. So, as long as you have to do it, why not turn $50K profit per run into $200K? And Pope's request is smart, he makes money while taking ZERO risk. It's win-win for him. Why wouldn't he do it?
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No way Clay and Tig are anywhere near as responsible for Opie's death as Pope and the prison guard. If Pope's responsibility is a score of 100, then the guard has 50, Tig 5 and Clay 1.
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tn..that is some absurd logic.



Not only are you wrong...you're just...well...really wrong. Does it matter if someone is 2% or 30% at fault for killing your best friend?



And the guard's death was empty and meaningless. It did not satisfy for the death of Opie.
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lmao c'mon too much hate 4 carla.actually loved this episode.boi clay is so gonna die come end of season.the scene where jax uses the snowglobe to bash the guard head in is awesome but cmon u mean the wife cldnt even shoot straight?
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Man, the haterate given by Surette over Carla is weird. Granted, she wasn't a great character, but one the worst new characters of the '12 TV season? C'mon now. She was so not important enough to even being viewed as anything more than a peripheral character with some forgetful line and a beat-down scene. I, for one, feel completely indifferent to her suicide - at the end of the day, she just wasn't important enough for me to give a damn.

Weirdly enough, we're seeing Pope becoming the Yoda to Jax's Luke, mentoring him to elevate himself from a mere outlaw to an straight-up king. I really can't explain why he would care at all, but he does. And, unlike Surette, I don't see him playing Tenant and SAMCRO as fools and trying to hold anything over their heads, cause, obviously, if he really wants the Sons gone, THEY WILL BE GONE - he has waaaaaaaay too many ways to completely annihilate anyone he deed fit to see disappear, so... yeah, 'guess Pope genuinely gives a fuck about Jax now. Weird.

Another weird thing: Tara not telling Jax what went down with Otto, and saying she's going back to get it down... what exactly is she going to do? There's really only two options on the table, other than somehow convincing that poor bastard that SAMCRO never abandoned him. And whichever option Tara takes will radically and irrevocably change who she is as a person. And, since I can't see her going down on anyone for the club, I have to wonder: does she has what it takes to do a straight hit on someone?

That no one can figure out that Clay is the mastermind behind those break-ins kinds makes sense... but Jax? That's harder to believe. I bet, if he was still around, that Opie would have figure it out immediately... he probably wouldn't know why Clay was doing it, but he would have called him out.

We miss you, Opie...

Yeah, Miller Lite.... Hey, you got to find her way to pay for Joel McHale's guest starring, am I right?
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I totally agree about Carla. Nero needed someone to run the brothel, so the character was necessary. And I don't see what she did that was so bad.

Tara is definitely going down on Otto. The only reason to not tell Jax is to keep that option open.

Pope said to Jax that the guy behind it seems to be trying to cause problems for Jax. At that point Jax should have thought, "who would want to do that?" for about 0.2 seconds, and then realized that the answer is "Clay".
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No she was not necessary... they could have easily had the brothal without her.... tell me who runs teller-morrow???



Exactly.
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Every week I watch this show, I am so thankful that it's been picked up through Season 7!!!



It seems like Tigs is in for some shit now that his neck got all scratched up knocking off that prison guard and his wife. With 2 members of SAMCRO running around with visible neck injuries, I'm sure the sheriff's rage at whomever he finds first will be glorious. I'm betting on Tigs, "But, officer, I didn't get this cut from killing your wife. I got this killing some other broad and her husband."
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good point, i didn't think of that. but DNA will point to the nomad dude, if he has a record that is lol. But i suppose sheriff Roosevelt could be forgiven for asking questions later.
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Check it out everyone!!
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I'm a fan of guests spots...but just having a name actor from some other cool show doesn't absolve you of actually writing a cool spot for him...

I didn't like this week or last weeks guest spots..and I'm still not digging Nero. Everything around Nero feels contrived and forced...sort of like the finale of last season.
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Sorry, but last week's guest spot was simply fantastic - Emmy worthy, actually. Everybody else agreed on it too. Hell, some of us were even ready to make Venus Van Dam a series regular!

But hey - this is your opinion. I just STRONGLY disagree with it.
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Emmy worthy? How hard is to shake some fake tits and rock some assless chaps? And it went on way too long.
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Exactly. Walton Goggins has given us Emmy-worthy performances as Shane Vendrell and Boyd Crowder, but this didn't seem very challenging. The makeup was impressive though. They looked like *real* fake tits. So maybe the makeup department could get an Emmy.
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'Get on your knees.' It's nice to be Kurt Sutter and write your own dialogue. OK, even if he didn't actually write this episode, I'm sure Otto getting a BJ was his idea. That's my kind of doctor's appointment !



And Tara not telling Jax about it makes me think she is totally going down on him next week. Sometimes you gotta take one for the team.
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My money is on her trying to off him. Remember, she isn't too bright.
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Wha? She went through med school. The dumbest doctor is still brighter than the brightest biker in Charming.
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Gemma would have.
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Gemma is trying hump her way back to normal..only problem is every turn of the screw moves her further and further from normal.
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I forgot...Pope is a complete joke.
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Tig likes having sex with dead bodies..I assume his that was good for me line implied had had had the corpse.

1. The CIA plot line was and remains STUPID.

2. The death of the guard, as I predicted, was hollow. It worked only to show Jax's new ability to be savage,, I guess, I mean it isn't like Jax has never killed before..

3. Carla (Dora the whor-a) was completely a waste. Served no purpose.

4. The Nomads and the house break-ins don't seem to be going anyplace, but it is nice to have Clay moving forward,

5. Is Tara going to blow or kill Otto? I don't see any other choice. She sort of got access to him a little too easily.
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She can't kill him. His testimony is already on file. That would only mean it could never be changed.
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Well, then I guess she's going down.
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It just came to me... all Otto wants now is to die, and with Rico on hold, so is his execution. She's going to offer him the big "OUT" in exchange for recanting his story.
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So Jeff Winger enters a bar and hits on Peggy Bundy.. Oh wait! LOL. Great SOA episode although like you said it was pretty obvious who was behind the break-ins but I guess Kurt has his reasons as to the way he over-revealed the identity of the "burglars". Can't wait for next week's episode!.
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Clay is much better villain than Pope
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Clay: I AM THE VILLAIN OF THE STORY!
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I'm thinking now we know Clay is definitely behind the break-ins it's time for Clays plan to go into action. Whatever his plan may be. Is he trying to destroy the club?



Joel McHale!!! So glad to see him and I'm excited for what's to come!
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What was Otto's threat to Tara about?



I was happy Unser finally stood up against Gemma. Hopefully he won't go back to being her puppy.



Ugh, damn Clay and those idiotic nomads. Guess it makes sense that Clay is the villain again, since that hasn't been resolved. But why is Juice suddenly extra chummy with Clay? Of all the father figures to pick.
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When Clay gave Juice the "Men of Mayham" patch you could see the father figure thing developing.
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When the doctor told Clay no Cigars. All I could think of was Ron Pearlman as HELLBOY.
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Honestly there hasn't been one series of SOA where I haven't had a WTF moment and doubted where Stutter was taking the story. But every season, usually the finale, he makes it all fit into place (I even loved the whole cartel/Fed thing). I think that's whats going on with the pope/jax bromance.



I think the 5million comment was a big hint to why Jax hasn't just shot Pope obviously he can't do what he normally does. I just keep thinking 'keep your friends close and your enemy's closer'. Whats always set Jax apart is that he thinks things through and looks at the big picture.



As for Clay I think he's one of the best baddies around. I admit I was practically screaming at the TV for Jax to finish him last season but I'm really enjoying his scheming this season. I always felt he was a bit clumsy with his evil 'masterplans', don't get me wrong he did it well but you could tell what he was up to and his motives behind it and when he was going to double cross someone. Now it feels like hes taken a page out of Jaxs book and become the puppet master.



Gotta say though was very shocked when Jax made the collateral damage comment about the wardens wife. Shows how much hes changed from when he stopped tig/happy? killing the young girl early on in the show when she was going to testify.
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jax thinking things through is a new development and part of the evoloution of him.

That is the entire point of this season, and the last 4...good job on keeping up.
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well Pope's protection is kinda weird,isn't it? Assassins kill his killer for 5 million dollars....so what's to stop someone to hire some assassin to kill him and then kill them?



I knew it that Jax will kill that guard himself for Opie. Someone was saying that he might give him to Happy to do it,but I knew it Jax will gladly do it.
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You're not thinking like a thug. ANYONE who shoots or tries to kill Pope gets a 5 million dollar "Kick Me" sign on their back. Who would shoot someone knowing that five mil goes to whoever shoots the shooter?
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Hire a frenemy that doesn't know about the contract-insurance to kill Pope, two birds.
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Why so much hatred towards Carla character? Are u serious? It's kinda sick even with - chop her head off etc. IMHO she was ok nothing wrong with her. And I think she was there to deepen Nero character. by herself she was not that developed character. but I kinda still felt sorry for her when she shot herself. pretty horrible death. they had some complicated relationship with Nero so I think Sutter should develop it further. she could be responsible for some twist in the end of season i don't know.

And why on earth Samcro and Jax forcin' Tara to convince Otto? Seriously coz of all the shit that was going on in episode I almost thought Tara would get down and suck Otto's weaner.

She's still determined to go to Otto again. It will not end well I bet( And with all lies it certainly will not.

And as far as Clay's involvement in home invasions I don't get your complaint Tim. You say it is not okay when it's made out of nowhere but when we slowly getting who's what - it's still not okay? I'm not bothered by revealing Clay's involvement in this episode. So much shit going on that I don't consider home invasion such a huge mystery. I suspected Clay or Nomads but it didn't bother me that it was so obvious from a get-go as some might say (I don't) And it's fine that we clearly saw Clay with Nomads.
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I don't know why but I feel like something big was foreshadowed in this episode for the end of this season or sometime in the next, when Pope tells Jax that he has hired assassins to kill his murderer for 5 million dollars. I think this could very well mean something down the line, considering that Jax is surely marking down the days till he kills the guy, whether advertently or inadvertently. A guy can hope right?



Also thought the pope/Jax scenes were too chummy. Either Jax has been neutered as Pope's little biker bitch or is seriously daydreaming about ripping that tickets head off and waiting patiently till he can the right window to do it.



Is Tara actually considering going down on Otto? Dangerous territory there doc. Why does it feel like this is another reason plotline that will get Tara killed. I feel like her death, if it does happen, is going to be a total out of the blue shock.



Clay will pay for what he's instigated. I hope the sheriff gets to him before Jax does.
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Since Opie's death the unthinkable has happened - this show now officially sucks. Last week's episode, for me, completely jumped the shark (and I'm not sure I will *ever* be able to look at Walter Goggins the same way in Justified). I was hoping it was just a minor nervous breakdown week; but this week was so eye rollingly bad I'm assuming that Sutter is now bored with the show and trying to get it cancelled. I mean Jax being all bro happy with *Pope*, the man responsible for his best friend getting slaughtered? Sorry, Sutter but either you need to get your head back in the game, or put this poor sick puppy to sleep.....
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I think its been great so far, it only gets better, its not everyones cup of tea, but for the ones that are diggin it such like myself, are loving the show for what it is not for what we want. just chill on it, you are taking this show wayyyy to serious, its just a story. its not real life there buddy. just go with it n enjoy what Kurt's story is about. not everything he writes people will agree on, n hance is why its a story, bad things are gonna happen, if you want a rainbow story show, you need some teletubbies in your show list. lol
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u really think there's a "bromance" going on with Jax and pope???? Seriously watch the scenes where there together again..........because you can see how much Jax want to kill him. but hes totally looking big picture right now. Also i think last weeks episode was awesome, so funny and a good way to cool a bit of tension especially after the previous 2 episodes. Walton Goggins is an amazing actor, and last weeks cameo does not not in any way make him less of a seriously talented man in my opinion. As for Kurt Sutter......have a little faith. I really do think this talented guy knows exactly where this show is going. Check out his you tube page sutterinksoa and his video chats called WTF SUTTER.
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It started to suck the final two episodes of last year.
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Oh My God! Me neither. I was cringing at our favorite Justified bad boy Boyd Crowder last week.
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Day number 6 of Clay alive and kicking.



I equally liked and was disappointed in this episode. In all honesty I wanted Carla to at least shoot Gemma somewhere, in the hand, leg, shoulder, didn't matter. I know she is for Tara to eventually finally deal with but come on, she needs consequences just like Clay does but just to a lesser extent.



The Otto and Tara scene was not needed in the least. And I mean at all. It seemed tacke on.



I think pope might be grooming Jax to potentially take over the criminal side of things for him. He is coaching him so that Jax can step up his game. Giving stuff on the back end, giving him tips, giving him the guard etc. Even from their first meeting. I am glad they are continuing their meetings.



As for the rest. Clay might be working his own end. But he is isolating himself whereas jax is expanding those that not only do business with him but respect him. And Clay should still be dead.



The nomad angle is interesting but it has the potential to affect too much and beyond the club. And the sheriff is warming up to jax. It isn't going to end well for them.



Overall interesting episode but at least Gemma could have been winged or something.



And the guard deserved it. Which is worse the guy that offers money for bribes or the man that takes it. And turning the room into their own thunder dome is kind of sick.
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sick of these Day number X( put number where X is) of Clay alive and kicking



Clay still has reasons to be alive and I like it Opie wanted him dead,failed and killing him and sadly now he is dead.

Jax wants him dead,but need him alive for his own gain. So it makes sense that Clay still is alive.
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Ok. You're sick of it and think it is ok he is still alive. I don't. I think despite how good the show is. It lessons the quality of the show that Sutter was producing. In their world, really bad people that do really bad things pay with their life. Last season Clay was worse than the ATF agent, the Irishman that stole Jax's son, all of them. And he didn't die. Like he should have in accordance to the rules of the show. Sutter kept him alive for a BS reason.



Keep watching next week for Day number 7. And surprisingly I will write about how Clay still being alive lessens the quality of the show.
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meant to write .....failed in killing him, not and
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Look up the word contrived. When history looks back on this show, the moment Clay survived last season's finale will be forever seen as the shark jumping moment for this show.
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what would be weak,if Opie never shot Clay from when he learned who killed his old man. that would be weak.

but he did(2x!) and then Jax saved Clay.
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It was made clear that without Clay still figurehead the Irish wouldn't deal with SAMCRO. If that is contrived then, of course, all fiction is contrived. Clay has intimate links with the Irish and they are the main target for Jax. It has been irritating me since the end of last season how so many 'reviewers' put this show down just on the basis that Clay was not killed. Get over it and just enjoy what comes next. As a fan of Children of Lost Children I'm happy they didn't get rid of One!
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That is definitely contrived. When seasons of storyline lead up to a characters death and then at the last minute you save the character by pulling something out of your ass like "the Irish will only deal with SAMCRO" so that you can keep one of the top three stars as a regular on your show, that is the definition of contrived. The definition I am referring to is "forced; unnatural". It really doesn't get any more textbook than that.
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the prison guard definitely was necessary. Not cuz he dragged Opie, but becuz they took Opie's death like a game, betting on how long he will last, if someone did that to your family or someone you really loved. I would think killing the man playing a game with the death of the loved one, killing him would fit your justice.
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Pope's daughter was killed and what came after has been a Pope reckoning of sorts. I think Jax sees that and has put a pin in his retribution while he juggles a dozen other story lines. It doesn't stop him from taking digs at Pope with the burning comment in the limo. As to why Pope needs SAMCRO, IMO it is because of the cartel business.



So far not as strong as previous seasons, but still a solid effort.
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this is my no.2 show to watch i love it
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Whats number 1?
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