For a 'Sons of Anarchy' season so metal that it cast actual Hells' Angels and brutally killed off a number of characters only five episodes into its run, we were hard pressed to think of ways season 5 of FX's Kurt Sutter biker drama could get more awesome. Enter legendary rocker Dave Navarro to play an important role in the final two episodes of the season! But who will the rock superstar play, and how will Jane's Addiction be involved?
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Fans of 'Sons of Anarchy' were in for quite a treat with last night's "Orca Shrugged," as the series lifted its dark mood to showcase one of the more classic 'Sons of Anarchy' capers, complete with an absurdly wild cameo appearance. But as the show heads into the midpoint of its fifth season, are the laughs running out, and SAMCRO headed for disaster? What does the latest preview for next week's "Small World" show?
‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 rides again with its fifth episode of the year, “Orca Shrugged,” as the club makes a bold blackmail gambit to get themselves in the companion business with Nero, Jacob Hale Jr. (and a very special cameo!), while Gemma and Tara bond over the difficulties of life in SAMCRO.
Last week’s ‘Sons of Anarchy’ episode “Stolen Huffy” saw Jax tasked with getting Nero’s call girl Emma Jean (Ashley Tisdale) out of harm’s way, as the Sons said their tender goodbyes to a fallen brother and Nero made a deal for the future of his business. So how does “Orca Shrugged” keep things running? What more damage can season 5 of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ do?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 episode 5, “Orca Shrugged!”
'Sons of Anarchy' season 5 has seen an immense amount of death and destruction to date, only four episodes deep into its fifth year. With the club out of prison, and now firmly in bed with both Neron "Nero" Padilla (Jimmy Smits) and big bad Damon Pope (Harold Perrineau), is there any way Jax can steer the club toward salvation? What do the latest previews of episode 5 "Orca Shrugged" reveal? And is there something they're not telling us?
‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 rides again with its fourth episode of the year, "Stolen Huffy," as Jax is tasked with getting Nero's call girl Emma Jean (Ashley Tisdale) out of harm's way, as the Sons say their tender goodbyes to a fallen brother and Nero makes a deal for the future of his business.
Last week’s ‘Sons of Anarchy’ episode “Laying Pipe” saw Jax struggling with the life-or-death decision of which Son has to die in prison to appease Damon Pope, while Gemma made a power play to get access to her grandchildren, and Clay paid a visit to Nero’s brothel. So how does “Stolen Huffy” keep things running? What more damage can season 5 of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ do?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 episode 4, “Stolen Huffy!”
Earlier this morning, tragic and surprising news broke that one-time 'Sons of Anarchy' star Johnny Lewis had died in a bizarre incident where the actor beat his 81-year-old landlady to death, got in an altercation with several men and died in a fall from the home in which he'd rented a room. Though the investigation is still on-going, 'Sons of Ancarhy' creator Kurt Sutter has issued his own response to the news, for which he grieves, but claims not to be surprised by.
Very sad news to report this morning, particularly sad for fans of FX's motorcycle drama 'Sons of Anarchy,' as we've just learned that one-time series star Johnny Lewis has died under somewhat mysterious circumstances. The actor was known to play Kip "Half-Sack" eps on the first two seasons of the hit biker series, before requesting to be released from his contract, which 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter obliged by killing off the character.
Fans of 'Sons of Anarchy' well know that the FX biker drama is famous for its shocking, often brutal violence, and last night's "Laying Pipe" was no exception. Though series creator Kurt Sutter himself warned fans in advance of an impending tragedy, last night viewers said goodby to a fan-favorite character, one who it seems has long been destined for nothing but heartbreak at the hands of SAMCRO. So, why does Sutter say the character had to go?
Another gruesome and heartbreaking week, ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 rides again with its third episode of the year, as Jax struggles with a life-or-death decision of which Son has to die in prison, while Gemma makes a power play to get access to her grandchildren, and Clay pays a visit to Nero's brothel.
Last week’s ‘Sons of Anarchy’ episode “Authority Vested” saw Jax fighting to keep the club together and protected before turning themselves in and making an honest woman out of Tara, while Clay brazenly confronted Opie to remind him of his importance to the club. So how does “Laying Pipe” keep things running? What more deaths will season 5 of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 episode 3, “Laying Pipe!”
Sheesh, already? As if the 'Sons of Anarchy' season 5 premiere "Sovereign" wasn't horrifyingly brutal enough, it seems like the Grim Reaper will soon return for at least one more of our favorite characters, though this time they won't be so minor. Get ready to say goodbye, 'Sons of Anarchy' fans, as we've just learned that one major character will bite the bullet (figuratively, OR literally) in next week's "Laying Pipe"! But which six are on the chopping block, and who has the best odds?