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Sons of Anarchy Latest Season: Season 2, Episode 3 - 'Fix'

Zobelle (Adam Arkin) cooks up a "temporary problem" for Hale to solve as a way to undermine SAMCRO; Gemma's rape is undermining her relationship with Clay; and Jax's involvement in Luanne's porn business is getting to Tara. Meanwhile, Clay tells Bobby, who needs a job, to run the business end of Luanne's business. Watch & Discuss: Watch Sons of Anarchy: Season 2, Episode 3 - 'Fix'

SONS OF ANARCHY "Fix" Season 2 Episode 3 - New Preview

Watch a Preview of Sons of Anarchy "Fix" Season 2 episode 3 which airs on Tuesday, September 22 at 10pm. Episode Synopsis: Zobelle comes up with a problem that Hale can solve to frustrate SAMCRO. Meanwhile, Gemma being raped is really effecting her relationship with Clay and the fact that Jax is involved with Luanne's porn business is bothering Tara. Clay decides to give Bobby the responsibility of running the business side of Luanne's. To Watch The Preview Click Here . Source Here If You Missed The Last Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Sons of Anarchy Season 2, Episode 3: Fix - Preview

FX Network's " Sons of Anarchy " is moving on to the third episode of season 2 with Jax's involvement in Luanne's porn business getting to Tara. Meanwhile, Gemma's rape is undermining her relationship with Clay. Charlie Hunnam said previously that Jax's relationship with Tara is not going to be happily ever after. "He's got the girl back, even though she had some pretty big reservations about jumping back into bed with Jax and this lifestyle," the actor said. "But, I think they've made the promise again that they are going to be together and do everything we can to make this work." Hunnam also spared a comment about the gang rape situation and how it only serves as the beginning. "Adam Arkin represents the greatest adversary that this club has ever known," he said. "He comes in and causes a great degree of problems for us." Also in the September 22 episode called "Fix", Zobelle cooks up a "temporary problem" for Hale to solve as a way to undermine SAMCRO. Clay tells Bobby, who needs a job, to run the business end of Luanne's business. Source & Preview If You Missed The Last Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Sons of Anarchy Latest Episode: Season 2, Episode 2 - 'Small Tears'

After Gemma experiences something horrible she can't tell Jax and Clay. A rival porn producer comes to try and put Luanne out of business and Clay doesn't like Jax's decision making. Watch & Discuss: Watch Sons of Anarchy: Season 2, Episode 2 - 'Small Tears'

Sons of Anarchy's Charlie Hunnam Promises a Major Jax-Clay Showdown

Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam made a major sacrifice for the second season of the FX drama: He lost a tooth. "I'm sure it was worth it, but I've got a thing about my teeth," the English actor tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "My mum was really psychotic when I was growing up about taking care of our teeth. I don't have a single filling; I've never had anything done to my teeth, so it was kind of a bummer." The jaw-jacking scene won't hit TV screens until the middle of this season, but it comes as the tension between Hunnam's character, Jax, and SAMCRO leader Clay (Ron Perlman) reaches fever pitch. Hunnam says Jax tries to avoid a physical altercation for as long as he can. "Jax tries to play an intellectual game with Clay rather than going in, guns blazing," he says. "But as his efforts get thwarted, his frustrations rise, and it all kind of comes to a head in a very violent fashion." Jax is still frustrated by the Season 1 murder of Donna, the wife of his best friend, Opie (Ryan Hurst). Donna died in a hit Clay ordered on Opie, but Jax keeps quiet for the sake of the club - much as he did when he helped Opie kill a Mayan gang member on whom Clay pinned Donna's murder in the Season 2 premiere. "Jax felt some remorse, but at the same time, they are at war with the Mayans," Hunnam says. "There have been many casualties over the years at the hands of the Mayans, and this guy was a bad man, a gangster. He wasn't an innocent man - he was just innocent of that particular crime. I think Jax toiled with that, but his allegiance is to the club, and whatever needs to be done to protect his brothers is what's going to get done." Jax disposes of the body in a way that makes the murder look like the handiwork of yet another gang - a decision that has major consequences in Tuesday's episode (airing at 10/9c). "Jax thinks of himself as a lot smarter and a lot more able to run this club than Clay," Hunnam says. "And occasionally, there are these wake-up calls that [prove] it's not easy to make these big decisions. And inevitably, things are going to go wrong." One thing going (mostly) right for Jax this season is his relationship with Tara (Maggie Siff). "He's got the girl back, even though she had some pretty big reservations about jumping back into bed with Jax and this lifestyle," Hunnam says. "But, I think they've made the promise again that they are going to be together and do everything we can to make this work. I think Tara is always going to be conflicted about being drawn back into this world, but ultimately I think her love for Jax will win out." But Tara's involvement with Jax could make her a target for the white separatist leaders played by Adam Arkin and Henry Rollins. Hunnam says the gang rape of Gemma (Katey Segal) is only the beginning of the "miserable" deeds by SAMCRO's new foes. "Adam Arkin represents the greatest adversary that this club has ever known," he says. "He comes in and causes a great degree of problems for us. But he is also in a weird, funny way, an ally to Jax, because he forces the club to fight them in a much calmer, smarter way. Brute force isn't going to win against this guy. So he helps advocate a mentality that Jax has been fighting for all along." So why, if cooler heads begin to prevail, do Jax and Clay come to blows? "There's going to have to be a reckoning at some point, and Jax tries to do it in a way that's the least damaging to the club," Hunnam says. "But it builds and it builds and it builds to this violent confrontation. It's a pretty hairy sequence, but I think it's worth the wait." And hopefully worth a tooth. Source Here

SONS OF ANARCHY Season 2, Episode 2: "Small Tears" - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of Sons of Anarchy "Small Tears" Season 2 episode 2 which premieres on Tuesday, September 15 at 10pm. Episode Synopsis:After Gemma experiences something horrible she can't tell Jax and Clay. A rival porn producer comes to try and put Luanne out of business and Clay doesn't like Jax's decision making. Source & Preview If You Missed The Last Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Sons of Anarchy: What Should Gemma Do Now?

After watching Kate Sagal's gripping scene in the season premiere of Sons of Anarchy's second season, it's only natural for fans to wonder what will now happen to her character Gemma. Will she plot her sweet revenge right away? Or will she carry on as if nothing happened? Warning: This article may contain spoilers!!! If you haven't seen the season opener, you can check out my review here. In a nutshell, Gemma was abducted and raped over and over again by a white-supremacist gang, who has come to Charming with the intent of shutting down SAMCRO's illicit gun operations. Now Gemma's not the type who would easily back down on threats but experiencing something horrible as that will certainly put a dent on her spirit. I suspect that it may even take some time before the club finds out about what happened to Gemma and I was right. Sagal reveals to the Chicago Tribune that she doesn't want to tell her husband Clay or anyone for that matter what happened since "Gemma's no. 1 priority in her life is to protect her family. I think that these are people that cling to that unit because they're kind of displaced in the rest of the world. That's the way I always thought of it. So this [Sons of Anarchy] family unit is her son and then the rest of the guys. She'll go to any lengths to protect it and she really realizes that these are violent men. If that information is given to them, they're going to seek revenge and there'll be a war and you know it puts them in major danger. Her prime motivation for keeping the secret is to keep her family safe." While keeping her family safe is Gemma's number motivation for keeping her secret, I'd like to think that it's also about the shame that comes from that awful experience. After all, Gemma has always been a strong woman whose strength lies in her sexuality, and letting the club know her secret will put her in a very vulnerable position. Source Buddytv

Sons of Anarchy Latest Episode: Season 2 Premiere - "Albification"

With the club divided in the wake of Donna's death, Clay sets up a new gun deal with the IRA. Meanwhile, a white separatist group takes root in Charming and threatens more than just Samcro's control over Charming. Watch & Discuss: Watch Sons of Anarchy: Season 2 Premiere - "Albification" Read Sons of Anarchy's Review: Season 2 Premiere - "Albification"

SONS OF ANARCHY "Albification" Season 2 Premiere - Preview

Check out some pictures and Videos of Sons of Anarchy (aka SOA) "Albification" Season 2 episode 1 which premieres on Tuesday, September 8 at 10pm. Episode Synopsis: With the club divided in the wake of Donna's death, Clay sets up a new gun deal with the IRA. Meanwhile, a white separatist group takes root in Charming and threatens more than just Samcro's control over Charming. Source and Videos

3 Days and Counting....

On Tuesday, September 8th, I will be one of the happiest girls around. My favorite new show made it past the firing squad all new show go through these days and was renewed for a second season. I am more than excited to see my beloved characters, by the names of Jax, Abel, Gemma, Opie, ect., return again. If you don't know them, you sure as hell should. These folks are part of the badass cast of the hottest show around. They derive from the most "charming" city in all of California. Still don't know what I'm talking about? Sit back and take notes. Sons of Anarchy premiered on September 3rd, 2008 and since then my life has never been the same. I've spoken previously on how the show speaks to me and causes emotions I never knew a show could. It excites me, offends me, and just flat out entertains me. There is never a dull moment. From Gemma beating down chicks that touch her man with a skateboard, to the serious matters of underage rape and drug use, this show is fresh, unconventional, and groundbreaking. I have heard from an extremely wide array of people that enjoy the show as much as I do, all for their own personal reasons. This is why I urge you: If you have not seen the show, watch it! Just once, give it a try. I can practically guarantee that you will find something for you. As popular as the show has become there are still too many people not watching it. So if you don't watch it, start, and if you do, rally up all your friends for the premiere which I know will be fantastic. Still not convinced? has some great clips and special scenes that are sure to change your mind. You can also read a few of my reviews of last season here . I spent the last hour watching and reading both to get myself pumped for what's to come. I can't wait! Now it's time to play. It's the first day of the college football season and I have a game to watch. Go Hurricanes! It's all about the U! I always love to hear from you. Tell me what you think.
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