'Sons of Anarchy' finale: Stuck in the middle


If you were expecting a whole bunch of fireworks in the season finale of "Sons of Anarchy," you might be a little disappointed at the moment. The only things killed in "To Be, Part 2" were Potter's RICO case and the Charming Heights development. Which means that both the club's primary adversary on the legal side of things -- even if Sheriff Roosevelt is still around next year -- and a perennial thorn in SAMCRO's side, Jacob Hale, are now out of the picture. That should mean nothing but good for the Sons, right? Sure -- if the SAMCRO we've known over the past four seasons weren't on the verge of falling apart of its own accord. I still haven't quite decided what to think about the out-of-nowhere revelation that the Galindo cartel is in bed with the CIA. It's entirely within the realm of possibility that the agency would back a cartel in the...



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