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As the season approaches its boiling point, "Suits of Woe" demonstrates SoA's dramatic prowess with its sympathetic portrayal of a family in crisis.
In some ways, the sleeper star Tuesday night was Juice, whose story got overshadowed by the exposure of Gemma's secret.
It was a family thing on Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Episode 11; a horribly dysfunctional family.
Charlie Hunnam deserves praise for his portrayal of Jax during his downfall. The emotions he displayed throughout Tuesday's episode, "Suits of Woe," were enough to break anyone's heart, ranging from devastated to enraged to simply defeated.
The most progress-minded episode of the season winds up being hamstrung by the inefficiency of what has come before.
I'm emotionally spent. This was a doozy, and one of those rare installments of Sons of Anarchy that showed off the series' ability to do straight drama. Great stuff.
The slow-moving guillotine that's been hovering over the heads of so many characters in Sons of Anarchy's final season starts to speed up in "Suits of Woe."
It's fascinating (and telling) just how much better the show is when things that actually matter start happening.
For better or worse, Sons of Anarchy is headed into the final leg of a long journey where with Kurt Sutter at the helm, anything is still possible - within reason.
It was like we had all been holding our breath for a painfully long time, and Tuesday night finally allowed us to exhale.
Fantastic performances and powerful scenes more than carried an episode that was light on the usual action.