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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Archangel00, Sep 25, 2013.
Who was the dead woman at the end? And Tig dead, I can't handle that.
She is woman who was shot by the psycho ex-fed in the motel room.
I think maybe Wendy is trying to get back to her old life. She had said she missed it and the only way for her to get back in is to get Jax to have sympathy for her.
What was the point of Jax peeping in on an 87 year old dude and a madam/hooker getting busy? He knew who the two people were and he could hear what they were doing. He and we didn't need the visual of Peter Weller's creepy old man face.
They needed to make sure WE knew.
Always gotta make things completely obvious for the cheap seats in Poughkeepsie.
Did you ever see that episode of Lost where Sun is in bed with the dude?
I didn't recognize the grunts as those of "Good Listener" and "Slasher". I appreciated seeing them.
Also, it let "Slasher" see Jax, so that he knew that he knew.
If you had closed captioning on it actually labeled the groans as coming from her and the "oh yeahs" coming from Barosky.
I've always seen Jax as the hero of the show but this season has changed my perception of him dramatically. Maybe it was him sleeping with "good listener." His marriage may be in shambles but he's still married. It's like he doesn't care anymore. In the past, I feel that he would be fighting harder to make his marriage work.
I'm hoping Bobby gets a crew together and challenges Jax for the chapter.
Other than another opportunity for gratuitous nakedness featuring the "good Listener" I would say setting up tension between Jax and Robocop.
It was most of last season too, he is taking on the mantle of leading a criminal gang where idealism has to be shoved way back and in doing so its changed him fundamentally. If he looks in the mirror long enough he'll have Clay staring back at him more than John.
I'm wondering if the plan is to make his character evolve into a less lovable one. He had the addict mom killed and lied about it.
Being faithful has never been a very high priority for him...
I wasn't fond of him feeding up Tig (my favorite character) either. :down:
I actually thought it was about damn time.
Yeah, Tig has caused an amazing amount of damage to the club. He's a great character, which is no doubt why he's still alive, but it really stretches credibility that they would allow him to keep destroying them like that with his stupid, loose-cannon ways.
I didn't really think killing the Persian guy was a mistake. *shrug*
It was contrary to the command he was given. He was sent there specifically to set the guy free.
Exactly right. (Beating him senseless would have been in order though. ).
Killing that guy and killing Pope's daughter are just two things that come to mind that have hurt the club.
I get that. Just saying that they should have killed all the Persians.