Sons of Anarchy "You Are My Sunshine" Review: Sons and Anarchy

Sons of Anarchy S06E12: "You Are My Sunshine"

TIM: OMG KAITLIN! Breaking news! I loved this episode of Sons of Anarchy! That's right, Mr. Whiney Complainerson had a ball watching "You Are My Sunshine," and it had everything to do with finally seeing some movement in a season that's been pretty constipated. The penultimate episode of Season 6 kicked the show's ass into gear and pushed everything forward super fast after straining to do anything but run around in circles during the hunt for signatures on documents and figure out a way to decline the Irish's insistence on a business partnership. The mad dash for the finish line started two weeks ago in "Aon Rud Persanta," but two long-dangling stories—Tara's desperate attempt to escape from her hubby's evil influence, and the Sons' desperate attempt to escape from the gun business—really hit their stride this week. Finally, some actual progress! I feel relieved. 

KAITLIN: Are you saying that we actually agree on the awesomeness of this episode? Because I also loved it. I loved every double-cross that Jax planned, even if in my head I was saying "OMG, WHAT?" And I loved every conflicted emotion that washed over Tara's face as she struggled with her decision to rat on the club. But most importantly, I loved that this episode continued to restore my faith in Sons of Anarchy in the aftermath of Clay's oh-so-satisfying death. We've both had our complaints about this season, and I stand by them, but everything appears to be paying off now that we're in the homestretch of Season 6, and I couldn't be happier. I'm actually chomping at the bit for next week's season finale, and I haven't felt that sort of impatience for a new episode in quite awhile. Welcome back, Sons!


TIM: And also, goodbye, sons! Tara found herself stuck between two options: Rat on the club and get immunity for herself while keeping Abel and Thomas away from the splash damage of SAMCRO's family-destroying behavior, or stick with the club, hope she beats the trial, and watch her sons dodge bullets for the rest of their lives. So instead she chose a third option... grab the kids and runnnnnn! We saw the pain on her face as she struggled make a decision, we were led to believe that she was walking into Patterson's office to snitch, and then she hightailed it to a seedy motel with the kids. We may be looking at a situation where she pulls a fourth option out of her ass in the finale, but as far as I can tell, she's going Amber Alert and skipping town. Having the boys in tow retains her sense of security without destroying SAMCRO, but what will that mean to Jax when he can't sing "You Are My Sunshine" to his children? I think the best scene in the episode was the goodbye between Jax and Tara in the cabin. Jax thought Tara was apologizing for what she'd already done, but we all knew Tara was apologizing for what she was about to do. Pair that with the pain on Jax's face at the end of the episode, and this was the best Jax and Tara's storyline has been all season long.

KAITLIN: And how about that "She took my sons!" line as he sat angry and devastated in their room? A direct echo of when Cameron kidnapped Abel in the Season 2 finale. Only this time he was talking about his wife, someone he trusted and loved more than anyone else. Poor guy. He cleans up one mess only to be force fed another. But you're right, this is the best we've seen Jax and Tara this season, and I'm actually torn on what I want to see come of it. Their relationship has been a through-line connecting each and every season of the show, so it isn't as if Tara's just going to be able to disappear now. Especially if Patterson has Roosevelt and his men out looking for her, in addition to Jax and the club, who will undoubtedly be on Find Tara duty next week. But I'll be really, really pissed if Season 7 becomes a story about Jax trying to hunt down Tara and the kids. We've been through that already. I'd like for this little bit of drama to somehow be wrapped up in next week's finale, because it already looks like Kurt Sutter has Season 7's main storyline ready to go: Jax and SAMCRO vs. Nero. Juice's confession about killing Darvany on Jax's orders was something that had to come back to bite Jax in the ass eventually. Naturally, it happened at the worst possible time.

TIM: That was the spicy twist that made this episode even better! I thought Nero was going to give Jax a DDT or that he was prepping Jax for a suplex when he had his hand on Jax's back at the end of the episode. That was outstanding work by Jimmy Smits. His hollow eyes told us so many things, the biggest of which was, "None of you have any idea what I'm going to do next," and that's exactly how it should've been. It's been a while since SOA had me on nervous edge, but there I was, nearly wetting myself. Even though Jax's decision to have Darvany offed was better in the long run for everyone involved (that B was totally C and would have F'd the MC), Jax made a decision that leapfrogged Nero's authority—and then he lied about it. These homies are supposed to be business partners, and Jax put himself above that. Of course, Nero is now so entrenched in SAMCRO's business (and in Jax's mom), things get a little more complicated than just blind retribution. I wonder if the olive branch Marcus Alvarez offered up to Nero does turn this show into a gang war for Season 7 like you think. With Clay gone, the Sons need someone to hate on. It's been a while since they've hated the Mayans, so why not? As Alvarez said, "Brown and Yellow versus Black and White." Gang war, turf war, AND race war? I'd be okay with that! Although I'm not sure how many Yellows are left after SAMCRO pulled off another crazy, bloody trick in getting out of guns. It's a wonder SAMCRO had any business with the way they run things. 

KAITLIN: It's also amazing the garage gets any work at all when Chuckie's trying to barter repair services for chinchillas, but I digress. If Sons of Anarchy was the type of show that was recognized by Emmy voters, I'd start the Jimmy Smits campaign right now. He's been turning in phenomenal work all season long and that last shot of him in "You Are My Sunshine" was the crowning moment. I'd also throw a little love towards Theo Rossi as well, because even though I mention my love for Juice often, Rossi's probably one of the most underrated actors on the series. He's completely sold the quiet hollowness of Juice this season, from the empty look in his eyes as he killed Darvany, to the moment he stared down the oncoming car a few weeks ago. Juice's storyline has been better this season than any other season, I think. That being said, I'd prefer it if Dark and Empty Juice went away forever and never came back. I'm not sure I can take anymore of it, even though I know it's not really probable that he'll suddenly be all sunshine and rainbows. But it's been going on for, what, three seasons now? If you were wetting yourself at the thought of what Nero was going to do to Jax in those final moments, I was wetting myself from the moment Juice walked into Diosa until the moment he fell to the ground crying after spilling Jax's secrets.

TIM: Darkest Timeline Juice needs some help! This could be Sutter's way of showing how a thuggish life can turn a happy-go-lucky jokester into a bottomless pit of despair, but man oh man, is it torture to watch. You know who else needs help? Connor! I love Connor! He's like the only decent guy left in this show. "It's been an interesting road, Jackson. One I'm really forward to getting off of." Amen, Connor. Ditch all these scumbags, particularly Jax. Our King in the North(ern Cali) continues to take risky steps to get out of the gun business, and while they're yielding instant results, they may not work in the long term. Are the Chinese done? Will the Mayans step up and retaliate for August Marks getting all the guns? Marcus called SAMCRO the referees in this power struggle, and SAMCRO is playing favorites and rigging the game. Ironically, getting out of the gun business might just lead to SAMCRO ending up on the business ends of a bunch of guns. This season looks like it's going to end on a very strong note, in preparation for a terrific finish to the series. 



SKIDMARKS

– After several seasons of being a relatively silent prop, Abel would not shut up in this episode! Get your SAG card, kiddo!

– Lots of good Tigness in this episode. After all he's done, Tig was worried about blood getting into the rat's nest that sits atop his head. Then he gave us this charmer: "Oh yeah right, like you've never had electrodes on your sack." And of course, Jax playfully reminded us that Tig is not above making love to corpses. Oh Tig. Don't ever change. 

– What did you all think of that angry biker folk version of "You Are My Sunshine"? 

– Jax talking to Patterson at the beginning of the episode: "But from what I've seen on the news, I delivered everything I promised." First, he delivered what he said through deception (Galen and Clay are dead) and mayhem (one of Patterson's men was killed and others were injured). Second, Jax watches the news?

– Tara hit Wendy! YES!!! "I'm your real mom!" Shut up, Wendy, you smackhead. Now you got smacked in the head. 

– We all know Bobby was perfectly healthy enough to hold his own penis while peeing. That was some weird power play with West, right? 

– Is that bullet that Tara pulled out of Bobby not important anymore? What's happening with that?

– It's no surprise the line of the night went to the vastly underused August Marks as he was dealing with the racist Irish: "And if it helps, my mom's maiden name is McDuffy."

– PUKING.


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Dec 18, 2013
I just found this website and I am very impressed. I loved the back and forth between Tim and Kaitlin...even though I have no idea who either of them are. Your recap of the episode was spot on... so many unforseen plot twists. How does Kurt keep everything straight in his head to keep writing such fabulous stuff. I cannot wait for the next season to start. It's almost cruel and unusual punishment to make us wait another year to find out what happens to Jax, Juice, Gemma and the entire SOA club. Keep up the great work and I will keep up the great reading of your work.
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Dec 12, 2013
Although, I know there was not other way they could end the season, I still found myself in shock. What a way to exit the show! I think it was inevitable for her demise but now we have to wait another year to watch the final season. I wonder, now that Jax looks even guiltier then before, where Sutter is going to take his character to end the show.
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Dec 10, 2013
.... Hmm. How long now until Jax kills Tara then, I wonder? As for Abel, he is obviously talking more and more in preparation for the ultimate end of the series, where Jax dies horribly and bloody, in response to all his corrupt and heinous actions over the past seven seasons--good-intentioned or not--bringing the show full circle.
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Dec 09, 2013
Just saw the last two episodes and no one should ever doubt Sutter(especially me). He's like a sturdy mailman - whatever happens, he delivers. I almost forgot about Jax using Juice to kill that girl - and now it's coming around hard.
And Jimmy Smits is one of the best actors in television ever.
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Dec 08, 2013
I always feel Sons Of Anarchy is so little recognize as a drama show (it is always Homeland, Breaking Bad...) but in my opinion, there is not better drama show on TV than Sons. Intense and well written and edited with the perfect choice of music/video footage. To me those small montages with music are so deep and moving. I don´t´see that in any other show.
Then it was the episode. I love this episode because it gave me all:
- humour (Tig, Jax and Connor and Mark, Bobby who made Tara smile),
- drama (Juice, Tara, Jax and the boys, Nero), violence (the Chinese)
- and the con artist Jax who fooled everyone
I see that it has taken a whole season for Jax to grow to be The Leader and (almost) pull the Gang out of the Guns, with blood, murders, sacrifices and tears. But to me it seems all more credible this way that if it would be done in just few episodes. This time I think we lose Juice, because he needs out, by dead or another way, because he is not good for the club as neither the club is good for him. I agree with Tim and anyone that can see what an outstanding job Jimmy Smiths does for the show. He just adds and adds every single time.
Tig, thanks for your lines, is just one more episode, but I doubt you come with something better than:
"Not the hair, man. Not the hair. Come on. Come on,"
Tig can never died!

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Dec 08, 2013
Choice of music on the show is superb.
The song is played by Jamey Johnson - You Are My Sunshine. Here at Live at Farm Aid 2013 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoECozT6IuU
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Dec 06, 2013
Awesome episode, I was genuinely surprise to feel fear for Tara...like Jax would actually hurt her. WOW !!!!!!!!
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Dec 06, 2013
everybody shut up... i'm still listening to the epic version of "You are my sunshine"
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Dec 05, 2013
Damn fine episode.
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Dec 05, 2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5btwkxAwTU

He was at a recent game, too. That explains why Juice is so fucked up right now.
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Dec 05, 2013
Only thing I have to disagree with, here, is the line of the night...which goes to Chuckie: "I barely accept that." Freakin' perfect.
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Dec 04, 2013
I'm over Juice now, he thinks crying and confessing that he's sorry will absolve him or feel better when he's wrong

Btw does anyone else think that someone innocent like one of the boys will get hurt in the finale?

I was hoping Tara would make a clean getaway but since theirs one episode left so she isn't getting anywhere safe
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Dec 04, 2013
Pretty sure line of the night went to Juice. When Bobby finally sat up in bed and asked him, "When was the last time you had your dick sucked"? And Juice replied "I don't think you're up to it, brother."
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Dec 04, 2013
First time but I am agreeing with Tim and Kaitlin 100% on this review. It was a great episode and all the stories coming close to a closure.

I was 50-50 on whether Tara would actually go through with snitching. I think if Kurt Sutter wanted more viewers to really hate Tara, he might have written that but in the end Tara did not.

I was actually thinking of a story line while Tara called Jax and gave him a choice. 1) Leave town with me now or 2) I go to the Feds but the writers did not go down that road. It would probably be too complicated a story to pull off anyway.

Realistically though does Tara really think she can run away with the kids with the police and Jax on her tails? I mean she IS going to get caught right? No way a mum and 2 young kids can run away without being notice? I thought she is a really smart woman so what is her next move?

Someone talk about the bullet being leverage but would that really be enough for Jax to stop going after his own kids? Then what about the police?

The story for the character of Juice seems a little repetitive now and I think its time to come to an end.

It is hard to believe that there is such a nice guy Connor in the IRA. I mean I was thinking at least he should throw a few punches on Jax just for putting his life in danger and lying to him. That is what gangsters and terrorists do right?

Lastly I just hope the guy who plays August Marks get some regular roles in an ongoing series. He was killed on Dexter and 1 other show. He is in Hostage which will end soon and playing a supporting character in SOA. He is quite good !
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Dec 04, 2013
The reviewers and the comments missed the likely angle.

Tara has the bullet. Although we thought it would be used by Patterson to put away SAMCRO; instead she now has leverage over Jax and the club. "Leave me alone and let me leave OR I will give the bullet to Patterson". Allowing her to run away unimpeded.

Also S7 is set up. Jax's actions in S6 will blowback on him. The balance is gone. Marks against the Mayans.

The irony will be Juice. He will betray the club and jump into either a) Marks because he is black OR b) join the Mayans because he is brown.

Nero will pony up with the Mayans for two reasons. His dedication to his club members by joining up with the Mayans. And his need to get away from Jax's decision making.

But the big reveal has been hidden by the show and to it's viewers. She got and kept the bullet to accomplish her goals; with Jax and the club allowed to avoid criminal persecution. And with it, and with Jax getting out of guns, she has a way (in theory) to unite her and her family and Jax someday.

In theory, because we know Jax's downfall is inevitable.
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Dec 04, 2013
I thought this episode was amazing! Also, thanks for finally showing some positivity in these reviews. And yes, the weird version of My Little Sunshine was perfect, really eerie. Seriously though, this episode was so good.
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Dec 04, 2013
Good job Kaitlin
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Dec 04, 2013
as long as its not the Elton John version "don't let your son go down on me" evertything is gonna be okay
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Dec 04, 2013
Absolutely LOVED that version of "You Are My Sunshine"! Just perfect for the episode, besides being brilliant!
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Dec 04, 2013
– It's no surprise the line of the night went to the vastly underused August Marks as he was dealing with the racist Irish: "And if it helps, my mom's maiden name is McDuffy."

I laughed more at the delivery of that line than the line itself. He put in a dramatic pause before the punchline; hilarious. "And if it helps, my mom's maiden name....... is McDuffy." It probably would've been funnier without the pause, but it was lame-funny with it, which I'm fine with too.
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Dec 04, 2013
Now I'm genuinely torn about Tara. During her master scheme, I was decidedly Team Jax. Now that she's just trying to do right by her boys without destroying everybody and everything around her...I dunno, she gets far more sympathy from me. Since she's got absolutely zero plan for living on the run, I don't think this little experiment will last. Jax found Abel clear across an ocean relatively quickly. The only tough part was getting him back. I don't think Tara can put up the same resistance as the IRA. With both the club and the cops in pursuit, this won't take long. But, regardless of who finds her, it ends BADLY for Tara. I don't think she's going to get much sympathy from either side.

Juicy Boy! While I didn't like every step along the way, I have to respect the process. This has been a LONG con, mostly because it had to be. Taking Juice from the happy man child he was to the VERY dark and broken individual he is now ain't easy. Some shows might have a traumatic event happen in the off season to explain a complete character shift, but with Sutter and Juice, we've seen each and every step along this path...and it's GREAT! At this point, I don't care how it ends. Death or salvation, both are near interchangeable at this point as to which is "better" both from Juice's and the audience's perspective.

Jimmy Smits, you tha man! After I heard you were originally cast I thought, "What the hell is Victor Sifuentes gonna do in Charming?!?". I apologize Jimmy, I should have had more faith.

"Jackie Boy, you just advanced race relations in Ireland by 50 years." How a show with this much going on can take 4-5 moments for comedic beats that hit and get right back to the rest of the story I'll never know. I'm okay with being a Sutter fanboy cause the dude's a genius!

Further proof that there's no song Forrest Ranger can't cover and make it better. There have been way too many to list, but 'You are my sunshine' is going straight to my iTunes.

Is it next Tuesday yet?!?!?
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Dec 06, 2013
Agree on everything ... Sutter played Juices fall beautifully ;o) Great episode!
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Dec 04, 2013
Kurt Sutter's Playbook for Every Sons of Anarchy Season

Premier: Drop a bomb that will both misdirect the viewer and indirectly set the course for the season
Episodes 2-5: Introduce a story arc for every single character but give little to no detail on how deep those stories go
Episodes 6-8: Take said story arcs and make them infinitely more complicated by orverlaping and entwining with one another
Episodes 9-10: Provide clarity by showing possible end games for each arc but confusion as to how they're possibly going to be resolved by seasons end
Episodes 11-13: Make viewers heads explode by actually resolving those arcs at break neck speed with the major ones taking a path many people didn't see coming

This is Sutter's move. He's done this every season. And while I didn't like the decisions made in season 3, the formula was the same. There should be zero surprise that the past two episodes of SOA have been beyond AWESOME...that's Sutter's move...taking all of the various plot lines and story arcs and shining a light onto them so the audience can finally say, "Oh, I see what you did there". What some call constipation, I call a genius piece of writing since there are VERY few shows that have the balls to take on as many different plot lines for as many characters as SOA has done year in and year out.

I learned this lesson long ago and Sutter has built up so much street cred that at the height of the "WTF is going on here?!?" that culminates around the 4 episode mark and again around the 8th...I will stay quiet instead of making a fool of myself by ranting and raving that I don't like the picture being presented when I know I'm only looking at just the corner.
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Dec 04, 2013
didn't the chinesse get the cartel gun business? won't the all out war between "yellow and brown against black and white " bring the cartel back on the side against samcro? and i know "black" also has its mits in the pie with the drug trade
a lot of questions are still in the air and they are setting up next season very well if next year is about all out war with a lot of side switching and blurry lines
Tara will be found, next season won't all be about getting her back , cause they already did that in ireland a while back, i suspect Jax will track her down in the finale in a dramatic way and end the season with that as a finisher.

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Dec 04, 2013
Looks like Juice will be next to meet Mr. Mayhem. It's a shame, because he used to be such a likeable character. I blame Clay for starting Juice's downfall.
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Dec 04, 2013
It looks like Charming's newest Prince Charming aka Nero Padilla is leaving his role as honorary daddy number two... It saddens me bc it looks like our Juicy might be leaving too... I knew that thing Juice did would come back to haunt us!! Especially bc of the way that Jax kept using his innocent betrayal to his advantage!! Jax can be such as asshole... he's quite the Brother!

So Tara got cold feet and wanted to spend a last nice night with the boys?? Was that it?? She is so reckless! Why the hell didn't she call Jax saying that??! It would have been better than letting Jax reaching his boiling point! Man, oh man...What is Jackie Boy gonna do now...

And the long montages at the end are starting to annoy the sh****t out me!! Dear Sutter, if you have nothing else to add just end the damn ep and don't leave us hanging for more storyline while you play a cover from some really unexpected and turned badass song!

P.s - that bitch Patterson is playing with fire!! Jax hates being played....
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Dec 04, 2013
I think Tara's actually taking off with the boys on her own. She made sure to drop a hint to Unser that she cut a deal and would enter protection, buying her time to go on the run since Jax and company would think she was under fed protection and not begin chasing after her.
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Dec 04, 2013
.... Thankyou!! Review is RAD.

Everything in SOA is suddenly amazing. Nero vs Jax. I'm so upset but I'm so effing excited.

Sidebar - congrats Tim. I hope no one close to you uses this show as any kind of parenting guide.
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Dec 04, 2013
The Tara storyline needs to end already, but it drags on. Granted, she is Jax's wife, but I am really tired of her and quickly losing my admiration for Jax as well. Jimmy Smits seems to be the best part of SOA these days.
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Dec 04, 2013
Cheers to Happy making it out alive. More Happy!

The previews for next week's finale sure didn't make things look too hopeful for Tara (by inference) and especially Juice. Sorry, Kaitlin. But hey, at least you got to see him with his shirt off.

Still waiting for Gemma to get her long overdue comeuppance. That's number one on the list of things I still want this show to give me, even though I don't really expect that to happen in any particularly satisfactory way. It's gotten harder and harder to feel any sympathy for Jax but Gemma's still the one I want to see get got.

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Dec 04, 2013
I just now saw next week's preview. If I don't watch it, that means Juice won't die, right?
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Dec 04, 2013
As long as Happy's alive I'll be happy.
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Dec 04, 2013
who sang you are my sunshine at the end?
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Dec 04, 2013
This was great. I think Tara might not make it out of this season. She should have ratted; I've been Team Tara all season, and have little sympathy for anybody who thinks those kids are better off being raised by the club/Gemma. I know Jax loves his kids, but dude, either ditch the club and start a family or just let them go and visit them during the holidays or something.
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Dec 04, 2013
Well said !
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Dec 04, 2013
Anyone else expect to hear a car's brakes squeal followed by a thump when Abel ran out of the house after Tara went upside Wendy's head? Maybe that's too cliche for this show, but I was surprised when it didn't happen anyway.
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Dec 04, 2013
YES! - I was waiting for the screeching tires when she turned to get Thomas.
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Dec 04, 2013
There were a lot of "something just isn't right" moments in this eppy. The whole Tara escape just felt unfinished. I found myself wondering who was going to walk through that hotel door to meet with her. Because why would she stop in a hotel which seem to still be located in Charming....will it be Wendy, Unsar or even Jax. How did Tara get all those clothes packed w/out anyone noticing? She needed help. "Something just wasn't right" about this whole thing.

Something in Nero has changed and it's in the eyes. Jimmy Smits was absolutely brilliant. In away I wonder if we're seeing Jax's nemesis being born for the final season. Although Nero comforted Jax, there was something in his eyes that didn't quite reach the sincerity of that moment. And if Nero does turn out to be the nemesis, kudos again to Kurt for making the viewers bond with Nero only to be torn when the "ish" hits the fan with him and Jax. Because I don't think Nero is going to let this go.
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Dec 04, 2013
She was living alone at their house so she had plenty of time to secretly pack.

It seems pretty clear, from Patterson talking about her Daddy Issues and her losing it when Able asked about hid Dad, that she just changed her mind at the last moment. I don't think she's running at all but just needed a place to stay the night until she can figure out how to return back home. I don't think she has a play here.
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Dec 04, 2013
I use to think Nero was a rat. Not sure anymore.
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Dec 04, 2013
I got to say, I think I agree with you two. When I was watching this, I was thinking to myself, "You know what? This is a good episode." It's ironic since I kind of ranted on SoA earlier on the TWD finale review.

I will say that everything that happened very conveniently, but at least in this episode it was very effective and the stuff seemed relevant. I'm actually down with the idea that Nero could be SAMCRO's threat next season along with Alvarez. It's kind of a full circle thing, since Alvarez started out as one of the main antagonists of the show, and I believe the very first scene of the show was him torching the cabin that had SAMCRO's guns.

As for Tara and maybe Juice, they seem to be in the position that Clay was in on season 4. I can see Tara either getting killed or getting arrested. The latter is so been there done that, so I'm going with the other. Of course, Sutter has jerked us before, and you all already know what I'm talking about. Tara is just in such a bad position right now, that only a miracle like the whole Irish/Clay thing will save her. Same goes for Juice, he's opened his mouth on things he shouldn't of too many times, I'll be surprised if Jax spares him again. Then again, since this is SoA, I probably won't be surprised.

We'll see I guess.
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Dec 04, 2013
I don't think they'd mind his talking as much as his suicide attempt. It seemed like they were more upset over him trying hang himself 2 seasons ago than they were about him killing another member.
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