'Sons of Anarchy' Season 6: Charlie Hunnam and the '50 Shades' of Jax

One of the most satisfying things about old-fashioned storytelling -- basically from the campfire until the current postmodern age - was the way that stories embraced cause and effect. If a character did evil, he or she paid for it somehow. If a character did good, there would be a reward, either physical or psychological.Things didn't always turn out just how perfect karma would dictate they would, but there was a sense that characters could never entirely escape the consequences of their actions.For five seasons now, the outlaw motorcycle club of FX's drama "Sons of Anarchy" -- returning for its sixth and penultimate season on Tuesday, Sept. 10 -- has smuggled guns, sold drugs, murdered and been murdered, and dealt in both prostitution and pornography.There have been major and minor consequences along the way, but this year, a horrific event beyond the club's direct control threatens the very underpinnings of its existence."It will continue to...



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