Fourth seasons are especially difficult for really good, fan-favorite series. You’ve got the early adopters in Season 1. You’ve got the word-of-mouth-late-comers in Season 2. In Season 3, you have to do something completely different to keep everyone from more
'Sons of Anarchy' - 'Out'
I offered some general thoughts on the new season of 'Sons of Anarchy' in my review of the new season, but I'll throw out a few more observations in the episodic review below.
The club is out of prison and back in Charming, s more
So! The season finale! Which could have actually been an hour-long episode if only there weren't so many gratuitous musical montages. Anyway, here's what happened that mattered: Remember how Jax made a deal with Stahl to deliver Jimmy O alive? And remembe more
The current season of 'Sons of Anarchy' has gotten me thinking about secrets and lies. When are secrets the characters are carrying effective tension-builders? When is it good for the audience to know something that the characters don't and vice ver more
it be said that Sons of Anarchy doesn’t deliver in its season finales. This
episode was brilliant. The twist at the end of the episode makes me wonder when
Jax clued the club into the deal, but it puts an interesting slant on the twelve
two things that the second season finale of Sons of Anarchy and this week's
penultimate episode of season three have in common? Well, both "Na
Triobloidi" and "June Wedding" were fantastic hours of
television, and not coincidentally they both more
Often I begin these recaps with an appropriate quote from that week's episode. But this week, there wasn't a sentence as memorable as one look from a key character. It was really a half-second glance. Three-quarters of the way through the epis more
You are, without a doubt, a grade A bitch. I thought Gemma had a heavy streak
of bitch running through her, but you’ve been dipped in the entire paint pot.
Wow, just wow.
else see Tyler’s death coming? I expected Tyler to fi more