Last Wednesday on Sons of Anarchy
, Jax's loyalty to SAMCRO was tested when one member got arrested and another went missing. At the same time, Abel's improving condition spurred his release from the NICU but he wasn't the only one who came home. Viewers also saw the return of Drea de Matteo as Jax's crackhead wife, who threw another wrinkle into the life of the show's main man, as well as the emergence of Sons of Anarchy
's true villains, including the devious Agent Stohl, played by Ally Walker, and Clay Morrow. While there's nothing definite at this point, there's something deeply evil about Clay that is likely to put him at odds later with Jax. Fans will just have to stay tuned to find out every Wednesday at 10pm on FX.
Read on for a preview of tonight's installment.
Warning: This article may contain spoilers.
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In the 12th episode on Sons of Anarchy
called “The Sleep of Babies,” Clay is forced to come up with cash to fund Bobby's defense. However, his solution to raise money carries a huge amount of risk that might leave SAMCRO in a compromising position.
Meanwhile, Abel's return doesn't seem to be a happy homecoming as it leads to more trouble for the club.
Tonight's episode marks the penultimate episode of first season of Sons of Anarchy
. Following next week's conclusion, the show about the close-knit motorcycle club will eventually return for its sophomore season with lead stars Charlie Hunnam
(Jackson "Jax" Teller), Katey Sagal
(Gemma Teller Morrow) and Ron Perlman
(Clarence "Clay" Morrow) on board.
Aside from the aforementioned cast members, Sons of Anarchy
also stars Johnny Lewis
as Kip "Half-Sack" Epps, Kim Coates
as Alex "Tig" Trager, Maggie Siff as Tara Knowles, Mark Boone, Jr. as Robert "Bobby" Munson, and Tommy Flanagan
as Filip "Chibs" Telford.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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