Originally Posted by TonyTheTiger
Well, the problem for me is that there are too many storylines going at once, although some are resolving...
1. Tara and the kids.
2. The crazy marshall (resolving)
3. The DA on a mission/school shooting
4. Nero being framed.
5 The whole Irish situation.
6 Bobby 'going Nomad' (resolved-ish)
7 The whole Clay situation (sems to change every week!)
8 The Pope aftermath and new boss
9 The bad cop
10 Possible repercussions from the Iranians
Did I miss anything?
Too many threads gets confusing for my simple brain!
Yeah that is a lot. I find the DA on a mission plot to be stupid, too. The whole goal is to convict someone for the shooting. Didn't the kid do the shooting? And the parents of the kid are now dead so that trail is gone. It's nearly impossible to trace that gun back to the Sons. Yet here she is willing to break all the rules to bring the Sons down. And how is that all going to play out in court? So unrealistic, IMO.
I know. I know. It's just a TV show. But when you put that much emphasis on the "seriousness" of a situation, it better be at least somewhat realistic.
It's like the writers are running out of good ideas so they try to confuse us with a bunch of storylines.
Because I'm tired of repeating myself: I don't hate anyone. I certainly don't hate anyone based on race, sex, religion, sexual orientation, hair color, shoe size, or favorite football team.