Sons of Anarchy (2008–2014)
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Faith and Despondency 

The Sons MC deal with heartache internally and conflict within the organization at large.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gemma Teller Morrow
Robert 'Bobby Elvis' Munson (credit only)
Wayne Unser
Wendy Case
Juan Carlos 'Juice' Ortiz
Nero Padilla
Lieutenant Althea Jarry
Ms. Harrison
Loutreesha Haddem


The Sons MC deal with heartache internally and conflict within the organization at large.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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Release Date:

11 November 2014 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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At the 11th hour, one of the most touching and well-written episodes so far
19 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

A lot of people would agree season 7 hasn't been the best in the show's run. Too many plots (in both meanings of the word) dull the power and the human element somewhat. A lot also feels like delayed action for the sake of delaying action.

However, to give Kurt Sutter his due credit, he is still capable of the occasional streak of genius. Throughout most of its run time this episode is on average better, and the last half hour contains some of the best acting and writing not only this season but in the series as a whole. Without giving anything away, let's just say it is not the action sequences (satisfying as they are) that are the best feature here, but the human moments. The scenes in question are quiet, shot with perfect sobriety (which is not always the show's strong suit... but then again this episode also contains graphic visuals of someone's eye hanging out of its socket, so even when showing restraint in other scenes, Sutter doesn't shy away from some of the over-the-top-ness that is one of the show's most annoying gimmicks). But when he lets the camera roll and the actors do the work while providing them with dialogue that is both clever and sensitive, we are reminded of the rich and relatable characters behind the gore.

It's powerful stuff.

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