After seeing the mayhem ensue in last week’s episode, it was hard to know what the series finale would bring us. Was the final ride worth it? At this point, I’d say no. Papa’s Goods gave us some decent moments, but overall the two hour finale felt drawn out and the moments that did matter were rushed, leaving us with more questions than answers.
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If this is what the penultimate episode of Sons of Anarchy gives us, I really have no idea what’s in store for the finale next week. Although, with a run-time of almost two hours, Red Rose proved to be exhausting in more ways than one.
With one episode until the mid-season finale, there was much to catch up on as Rick reunites with Daryl and heads out to save Carol & Beth, and the D.C. group continues stalling while trying to plan their next move.
The truth hurts, and it always finds a way of rearing its ugly head at the worst of times. After last week’s surprise ending of Abel telling Jax about Gemma killing Tara, it was even more startling how quickly the truth came out in the open for this and many other secrets.
Tonight’s episode of Sons of Anarchy finally felt like the show we grew to love, while at the same time holding onto some grievances that have plagued this final season. The episode’s title couldn’t be more apropos.
Things just keep getting worse for SAMCRO. Jax’s circle of family gets smaller every day, other charters are considering actions against him for Jury and we say goodbye to another Redwood Original.
The themes of right and wrong continue to be played out in tonight’s episode of Sons. We also get to see SAMCRO start down a very dangerous path, one that may see many members harmed or killed if Jax continues on this road.
We’re officially past the half-way mark of the final season of Sons, and things are finally kicking into gear. Family has been one of the central themes of Sons, and Gemma has always been the anchor of the family; not just for the Tellers, but for SAMCRO as well.
Race has always been a factor in one form or another throughout Sons of Anarchy. The alliances between SAMCRO, the Mayans, Triads, Niners and Grim Bastards has always been a thin one at best.
Payback and retribution have been frequent themes throughout Sons of Anarchy. It would probably be a much duller show about motorcycle gangs if it wasn’t. There was always one gang getting even for the actions of another, and, for the most part, it was tolerated.