It's easy to refer to myself as a television critic when I review shows that I don't enjoy all that much (see: my weekly Hung reviews), but if I'm going to be reviewing Sons of Anarchy for the next 12 weeks, the correct term would be TV applauder.
Hey, if Sons of Anarchy wasn't my favorite drama on television before this week's season three premiere, it certainly staked that claim with "So." A truly fantastic hour of TV concluded by yet another shocking event in the 27 episode history of the series.
Sons of Anarchy has always been focused on the inner turmoil of its characters (think Tig dealing with Donna's death or Gemma and her rape), but it was never more evident than this week's episode. Between Clay having to worry about how to deal with finding Abel and keeping Gemma safe, Gemma needing to stay hidden but wanting to get home to Charming after finding out about Abel, and even Hale worrying about becoming the new chief of police even though he has done some shady things for SAMCRO, everyone is trying to figure out what is best for their own current situation.
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