It was a big year for the Charming chapter of the Sons of Anarchy, with some big deaths, shocking plot twists and a literally loose tongue. The show's fifth season also enjoyed big ratings as well, becoming the number one series in its timeslot (Tuesdays at 10:00 PM) on both cable and network. Sons creator Kurt Sutter got on the horn for a conference call with reporters to discuss how Season 5 unfolded, what may be in store for the Holy Trinity of Jax, Clay and Gemma and why Otto bit off his tongue anyway
Sitcoms get to have all the fun during the holidays, leaving dramas out in the cold when it comes to warm and fuzzy (and sometimes bloody) winter episodes. There are a handful of scripted series we'd love to see celebrate the season with themed episodes, and we're so convinced of their potential that we've even come up with suggested plotlines for them. You can thank us after New Year's.
That scene from Sons of Anarchy's fifth season sure set tongues wagging.
Season 4 of Justified has been a textbook example of a crime drama done right -- there's a perfect mix of violence, sex, puns and plot twists in every single episode, to the point that we're constantly asking ourselves if that was the season finale. March 19's "Decoy" is no different, especially considering that it revolves around Raylan and the gang trying to get Drew Thompson out of Harlan alive. To pump up the episode and discuss his take on the series, Walton Goggins, Harlan's own Boyd Crowder, took a press call, where he was both ridiculously charming and dead-serious about his work. Sound familiar? Below are the highlights.
Smits and Sons -- a perfect combination.
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Just two guys in need of a new job.
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