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On the bright side, we got to see Arlene assert herself when she managed to get a gun and point it to Patrick's head, stating in a voice that almost didn't sound like her, "Don't move motherfucker or I will blow your fucking brains out." Go Arlene! And aside from giving the floor of Merlotte's a good bleach-scrubbing, there isn't even much clean-up to do as smoke-monster Ifrit swooped in to claim Patrick's body, leaving behind a relatively Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 2  small puddle of .


While I stated earlier that I felt bad for doubting the writers on the show I still have one point to gripe about: I’m having a bit of a problem with the werewolves in . I like werewolves, I like the mythology behind them and I like how they’ve been represented in other TV and Film properties (Wolf, The Wolfman, Underworld, Game of Thrones, even Twilight…that’s right, I said it!). However the  version of Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 2  werewolves is a bunch of rednecks hiding in a barn or a big muscle bound guy who feels sorry for himself and continues to get beat up. C’mon ! Get your werewolves in order!


There's a new sheriff in town. And an old sheriff and one that doesn't think he's a very good sheriff. There's also an almost-packmaster and an angry den mother and a bunch of other leader-types being dethroned or backstabbing each other. And there are three s left to get this whole mess sorted out as the fifth  draws to a close.


Interestingly enough, two Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 2  major story arcs were wrapped up this evening, so let's get those out of the way first.


The side-story involving Terry and Patrick was concluded tonight as Patrick tried to take Arlene hostage and ended up with bullets in his head, courtesy of an apprehensive Terry, who decided that "the right thing" was to kill Patrick on the orders of the deceased Middle Eastern woman he once killed on other orders. What did we learn about Terry tonight? Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 2 He will kill probably someone if you tell him to.


On the bright side, we got to see Arlene assert herself when she managed to get a gun and point it to Patrick's head, stating in a voice that almost didn't sound like her, "Don't move motherfucker or I will blow your fucking brains out." Go Arlene! And aside from giving the floor of Merlotte's a good bleach-scrubbing, there isn't even much clean-up to do as smoke-monster Ifrit swooped in to claim Patrick's body, leaving behind a relatively Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 2  small puddle of .


While I stated earlier that I felt bad for doubting the writers on the show I still have one point to gripe about: I’m having a bit of a problem with the werewolves in . I like werewolves, I like the mythology behind them and I like how they’ve been represented in other TV and Film properties (Wolf, The Wolfman, Underworld, Game of Thrones, even Twilight…that’s right, I said it!). However the  version of Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 2  werewolves is a bunch of rednecks hiding in a barn or a big muscle bound guy who feels sorry for himself and continues to get beat up. C’mon ! Get your werewolves in order!

Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 2  I would have thought that the "Obamas" hate-group arc would be carried on to the finale. They could have built up some nice momentum with that, considering the way it tied into a number of different characters (Hoyt, Jessica, Jason, Sookie, Andy, Luna and Sam), but this too was resolved tonight. As it turned out, the former Sheriff Dearborne was among the Obama-mask-wearing Sup hate group, and he was taking orders from his girlfriend Sweetie, whose anti-Sup rage stemmed from her husband leaving her for a shifter. She was the dragon leading the Obamas to kill Sups and display it on the internet.


Upon learning that Sheriff Dearborne was the man to find her parents' bodies, Sookie went to talk to him about the situation to Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 2  see what he knew. She didn't realize she was putting herself in danger at the time, though she might have suspected something was amiss the moment Bud tried to point blame on vampires (and Sookie's associations with them) for Gran's death. She did begin to realize he was keeping something from her when she read his mind, but by the time she was close to figuring out what, Sweetie emerged and knocked her out, throwing her in the pigpen with Hoyt.