Sons of Anarchy Preview: "The Culling"

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The bad news: there are only two more episodes remaining on season two of Sons of Anarchy.

The good news: is there any doubt this show will go out with the loudest bang on television?

Many critics now believe Sons of Anarchy is the best drama on TV. On Tuesday, the FX hit will look to continue its hot streak with an episode titled "The Culling."

During the hour, all of SAMCRO goes on lockdown inside the clubhouse, as Jax and Clay prepare to battle The League. Elsewhere, A.J. learns the truth about Zobelle's dealings in Charming.

Check out the official trailer for the episode below, followed by a trio of stills from it. Remember: we recap and review every installment of this incredible show soon after it concludes...

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A Pummeling
Henry Rollins on SoA
The Culling Scene

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