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I think tara will be killed off this season. They are going to save Clay for the opener or within the first three of next season.
There is obviously something exploitable about the compound bounty on Pope's assassin.
They have a lot to cram in the next two episodes
@Deb H , Nice catch. Karina Logue.
DonC: He said NEXT WEEK's episode will be the penultimate episode. Which means next to last. Which it is.
Remember the exchange between Jax and Pope where Pope told Jax that he had a $50 Million life insurance policy? $50 Mil to the man who kills the man who kills Pope. That information was given for a reason. I think that is going to come into play. There are several ways it could play out, sadly all of them leave at least one key character dead.
I can't believe noone has brought up the issue of Jax being expected to turn Tig over to Pope. I have a theory that Jax is either going to kill Pope or allow Tig to do it. This way he will not just be taking Pope out of the picture, but he will reaffirm Tigs loyalty by allowing him the opportunity to avenge his daughters death. It would be unrealistic for Jax to allow another member of his club to be killed by the same man who was ultimately responsible for the death of Opie. Although Jax does have reason to not care about Tigs fate, he realizes that they both want Pope dead and Tig would be a good ally to have with the ongoing Clay conflict. When Jax said something like being done with being under the thumb of greedy men who believe in nothing, I think it was foreshadowing, implying that Jax plans on making some drastic moves.
Based on the previews for next week's episode, it looks like Bobby intervened with Clay in order to keep Jax from becoming a cold-blooded killer. He's actually protecting Jax, not Clay. He wants to keep him from turning into someone like Clay. That's what I took away from it.
I thought this episode a bit odd at times. The station wagon/gun scene seemed out of rhythm for the show. And the fact that Jax got taken by Romeo just as he was about to bust Clay, hence Clay once again covers his tracks, seemed fairly unbelievable. Enough already - its time for Clay to go down!
a great episode 9.6/10
also this episode was 60 minutes long not 90
Last but one in a series of things; second last: "the penultimate chapter of the book".
He never said it was the last episode.
A little off topic... Isn't the actress who played the nurse Donal Logue's sister? Didn't she also play his sister on Terriers? Gotta love casting!
I'm starting to wonder if Tara makes it out of this season alive. If not, I don't even wanna imagine what kind of monster will emerge in Jax.
And as much as everybody loves to hate Clay, and I'll admit it's unrealistic for him to survive this season, but his character is so interesting and such an endless pool for ideas and possibilities that I can very well see him surviving. I love just how vicious he is and how he's got a poker up his sleeve in EVERY scenario.
I loved the gun-exchange-gone-bad scene where Jax and the guys broke through that gate and everything went haywire, the way they screamed sounded like a bunch of young boys doing some incredibly stupid, incredibly funny shit together. I really loved that scene. Cause apart from all the other reasons, to some degree, they do this whole thing for the kick they get out of it. And I love seeing that manifest every now and then.
I really liked the episode. Oh, and the finale isn't next week, it's the week after.
There are still two episodes left this season.
At first glance Donal Logue looked like Opie and I got super excited. For that reason alone I like him already. Tara is NOT going to make it to that job in Providence. Also, part of me wants Juice to go just so he can end his misery.
And Jax is still going HAM.
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