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Sons of Anarchy 7 Seasons 2011

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Season 4
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4.8 out of 5 stars (3,041) IMDb 8.6/10

This season begins with SAMCRO fresh out of jail and back into Charming. Upon their arrival, they encounter new law enforcement and head right back to business.

Starring:
Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal
Original air date:
December 6, 2011

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Season 4
1. Out

Fresh out of jail, SAMCRO reunites with family, confronts new Charming law enforcement, and shifts business alliances.

CC TV-MA September 6, 2011 59 minutes
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2. Booster

The Sons of Anarchy are forced to make a decision that could challenge the future of the club.

CC TV-MA September 13, 2011 47 minutes
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3. Dorylus

SAMCRO encounters an unlikely foe when a piece of their business goes missing.

CC TV-MA September 20, 2011 42 minutes
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4. Una Venta

SAMCRO makes a run to set up a new business venture while Gemma makes a new ally in Charming.

CC TV-MA September 27, 2011 42 minutes
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5. Brick

SAMCRO enlists a former foe to help stop the advancement of Charming Heights, while the Sheriff presses Juice for more information.

CC TV-MA October 4, 2011 44 minutes
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6. With an X

SAMCRO's relationship with the Cartel is in jeopardy when an important package is compromised.

CC TV-MA October 11, 2011 42 minutes
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7. Fruit for the Crows

SAMCRO deals with the fallout from a death threat made against Tara.

CC TV-MA October 18, 2011 42 minutes
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8. Family Recipe

An important club vote gets side tracked when SAMCRO is forced to deal with dangerous external threats against the club.

CC TV-MA October 25, 2011 46 minutes
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9. Kiss

SAMCRO gets word that the Niners have made a new alliance that directly impacts their own agenda.

CC TV-MA November 1, 2011 46 minutes
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10. Hands

Jax and Tara get a glimpse of life without SAMCRO but discover that their reality is hard to escape.

CC TV-MA November 8, 2011 42 minutes
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11. Call of Duty

SAMCRO faces a powerful adversary that threatens their business with the Cartel.

CC TV-MA November 15, 2011 59 minutes
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12. Burnt and Purged Away

SAMCRO negotiates with the Irish Kings to secure the future of the club.

CC TV-MA November 22, 2011 48 minutes
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13. To Be - Act 1

Jax is confronted with a new challenge that threatens his family and his club.

CC TV-MA November 29, 2011 46 minutes
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14. To Be - Act 2

Jax must overcome great obstacles as he attempts to finalize the gun deal between the Irish and the cartel.

CC TV-MA December 6, 2011 42 minutes
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Sure was a long wait (again!) but well worth it! The jet-fueled premier of the 4th run was incredibly satisfying in itself, and promises much more over the next several weeks -- like tying up at least some of the purposely left loose ends from the preceding seasons as well adding new twists.
Katey Sagal is as fierce & fabulous as ever; didn't think it was possible, but the ensemble cast seems even more relaxed & enmeshed than before, very believable that they have known each other for ages, thru all kinds of stormy weather. A consistent show strength has been to demonstrate the cohesiveness of the club while illustrating the concerns, doubts, resentments that flicker thru & between individual members or associates -- these actors all seem to have a gift for nuance, and the camera work complements it well.
My experience has been that at least 2 viewings are required to even begin to pick up all the glances and grimaces that further the story, not to mention verbal & visual allusions. For instance, I noticed that the Asst. U.S. Attorney has pictures of Otto & Juice under the heading "Plan B" on his office wall of shame (mug shots & photos of Samcro and everyone living or dead ever associated w/ the club). So the 2nd time I watched Juice more closely (and what I saw makes me kinda nervous...and very anxious for the next episode!)
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If you totally dig SOA then you are now prepared to read or watch Hamlet because you know the story. Young, reflective prince unsure of the foundations of his life's order. Gets a visit by his father's ghost, Hamlet Senior, who helpfully tells him he was murdered by his brother Claudius (probably). The Queen cares more for status and power than doing what's right, so she stands by her (current) man. She worries about her unhappy son: "It's like his father is speaking to him from beyond the grave." Then of course there's the title of the manuscript: "How SAMCRO Lost Its Way." Truly something is rotten in the state of Denmark.

Agent Stahl, our duplicitous, spying Polonius of this tale, helpfully calls Jax and Gemma the "prince" and the "queen." She gets the Polonius treatment, too, meeting her demise at the end of season 3. And if Stumpy and Half Sack aren't Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, they're Falstaff.

Just in case you weren't clued in by the show's obvious references, Maureen Ashby helps us out from Ireland, by sending more of our ghost's writings so we can hear the voice of John Teller saying "Murder most foul..."

If the creators of SOA are to be true to the origins of their story, they will acknowledge its greatness by killing Jax Teller at the hands of someone, probably from SOA Belfast Charter or the IRA whose own father suffered years ago at the hands of John Teller, avenging his own father's death. We don't really have an Ophelia here though. Jax's old lady is a strong and intelligent woman who chooses to jump in to the mayhem rather than simply being swept along by it.
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By Yongshi on September 8, 2011
SOA comes back with a vengance this season. One episode in and it's already full of everything I love about this show. I cannot wait to see the next episode and where this season takes the MC and its members.
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Sons of Anarchy has definitely gotten more and more addicting as the seasons go on. They're definitely getting better with each episode. I'm glad they got approved for another season. :)
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With the way Season 3 ended I wasn't sure how much I was going to like Season 4. A lot of new Characters and major changes. But I love it, the writers and actors who bring the writing to life continue to have me salivating with anticipation for the next episode.

Excellent series, excellent season.
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If you totally dig SOA then you are now prepared to read or watch Hamlet because you know the story. Young, reflective prince unsure of the foundations of his life's order. Gets a visit by his father's ghost, Hamlet Senior, who helpfully tells him he was murdered by his brother Claudius (probably). The Queen cares more for status and power than doing what's right, so she stands by her (current) man. She worries about her unhappy son: "It's like his father is speaking to him from beyond the grave." Then of course there's the title of the manuscript: "How SAMCRO Lost Its Way." Truly something is rotten in the state of Denmark.

Agent Stahl, our duplicitous, spying Polonius of this tale, helpfully calls Jax and Gemma the "prince" and the "queen." She gets the Polonius treatment, too, meeting her demise at the end of season 3. And if Stumpy and Half Sack aren't Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, they're Falstaff.

Just in case you weren't clued in by the show's obvious references, Maureen Ashby helps us out from Ireland, by sending more of our ghost's writings so we can hear the voice of John Teller saying "Murder most foul..."

If the creators of SOA are to be true to the origins of their story, they will acknowledge its greatness by killing Jax Teller at the hands of someone, probably from SOA Belfast Charter or the IRA, avenging his own father's death at the hands of John Teller. We don't really have an Ophelia here though. Jax's old lady is a strong and intelligent woman who chooses to jump in to the mayhem rather than simply being swept along by it. She may be the one, at the end of the story, who acts as Horatio's voice, telling us the sadness of it, what can be learned from it and why we should care as she soldiers on without her best friend.
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