To say I’m excited, is an insult to my vocabulary. Words aren’t adequate to describe accurately how I’m currently feeling in this moment. Since Sons of Anarchy, has dissipated, I’ve been without a rage fueled, violent packed, emotionally invested show. Although I would love to watch ten years of SOA, it was definitely time for the show to be concluded. I’d rather it choose to end, then to fuck up its legacy because it’s run out of ideas to sustain its fan base.
Mayans MC will be premiering Sept 4, and I nearly cried when I found out. Shout out to thebotchwayshow on instagram. I don’t watch television in the traditional sense anymore so my heart literally jumped out of my chest. Kurt Sutter, the writer and director, will forever be the love of my life. He makes great television, the kind of tv that make you laugh, cry and feel like one of the family. I know, I’ll stop drooling but this is MAJOR. Although there’s articles about what to expect, I’m not reading any of it. I want to fall for the Mayans in the same way I fell for SOA, with a genuine love for them.
PS. I’m Low (high) key so excited to see Richard Cabral back on my television screen. I hate/love him. He’s such an amazing actor, and for that reason alone, I KNOW this show will be a major contender for the fall line up.
One of the most emotional episodes of Sons of Anarchy, for me, is Season 4, Episode 10. So many characters are affected by the choice of Clay. Although I’ve seen the series multiples times, in pieces, I’m rewatching with “fresh eyes”. So obviously I knew he would complete his task, although he had no solid reason to continue except his greed. I don’t think he truly cares about Jax finding out as much as the club finding out his true intentions. Bobby’s on to him, but solely calling him out for being greedy. Even if the “Donna” thing hadn’t happened, I doubt he would’ve reached out to Tig or Happy to assist with hurting Tara.
We’ve see Jax come to the crossroads many times prior to this but now that Tara has completely given up hope, he wants to prove that he can get out. However as the Prince how can he? Is it truly possibly for the VP to dethrone himself? Gemma, makes herself seem meek and naive when it comes to knowing what truly happened to JT, to anyone who feels the need to question her. Unser and Tara both have their suspicions that she’s not as oblivious as she lets on. When Clay turns on her, and it’s apparent she can no longer pull him close, she reveals herself. What is a King without his Queen, in Gemma’s mind, Dead.