'Sons of Anarchy' Season 2, Episode 11: The Outlaw Had Mercy - Review

It's hard to believe that Sons of Anarchy can easily go from a place full of hate and retribution to a place where love and forgiveness reign. But we see the unexpected happen in the episode "Service."

The 11th episode of Sons of Anarchy's second season picks up right where we left off last week with Jax attaching his SAMCRO patch back in his vest--- a confirmation that he's officially back in business. While Jax tells Clay "we kill them," his whole approach to avenge his mother's rape changes at the club meeting. SAMCRO takes the smarter route this time by studying the League's weakness, which turns out to be Zobelle's secret dealings with the Mayans to control the heroin circuit behind his pal AJ Weston's back. The club is determined to use this scoop to create internal friction within the League, ultimately giving Zobelle a dose of his own medicine.

But that's just the first step of revenge for SAMCRO. They still need guns to strike back in full force and establishing relations with the Irish might just be the solution. The problem, however, is that Chibs made an impending deal with Stahl to take down Jimmy O and must now make things right with the IRA leader who previously threatened to take advantage of Chibs' teenage daughter. It's a tough scenario for Chibs but it's a somewhat light punishment for being a rat, considering how SAMCRO deals with traitors.

Meanwhile, Gemma is still in a bad place even after coming clean to Jax and Clay about her rape. She may have "fixed" SAMCRO but her own wounds still need healing. She looks at herself as damaged and that's what she thinks Clay sees when he looks at her too. In the midst of despair, she finds comfort in an unlikely fellow, Tig, who consoles Gemma with a hug that leads to more kissing. At least, horny Gemma realizes that cheating on Clay with Tig is a horrible horrible mistake so she stops before things escalate any further.

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