This episode forwarded an impressive number of plots in preparation for next week's finale.
Is Nero the new Clay? Is Unser just a babysitter?
You’d think, after a season of bloody and explosive surprises, this show would have lost the ability to shock us.
Everyone is armed to the teeth in this episode, even the mothers and the grandmothers.
The Tara-Jax story line is turning tragic.
This episode takes the time to raise the question of whether the “going legit” angle is actually feasible.
Though we’re still riding high on some of the fun from last week, this episode also took one of the darker turns we’ve seen this year.
This episode reminded us of all the reasons we fell in love with Sons of Anarchy in the first place.
The search for Christian Grey begins again.
The club suffers its biggest loss of the season.
"I’ve suddenly decided to collect birds. Which I guess is better than, you know, crack and hookers."
That was a brutal episode.
After the hyperviolent start of the season, last night's episode felt relatively tame. Only three gruesome deaths?
Last night’s episode picked up right after the events of this season’s controversial premiere.
How do we all feel about the way that episode ended?
The savage tale of Northern California bikers returns tonight for season six.
In no particular order, the filmmakers, musicians, playwrights, and comics that inspired him.
Watch things go boom.
Come for the punching, stay for the Nine Inch Nails.
This is a "show"?
Now it's time to get serious.
Grab the tissues!
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