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Does anyone else watch this show? Ok so I know that the commercials make it look like it's just another action-packed, testosterone filled tv show. Actually I was reluctant to start watching it because that is exactly what I thought. So when my friend made me sit down to watch it I was pleasantly surprised by it. For those of you who don't know Sons of Anarchy is a tv show about an outlaw motorcyle club in a small town in California. The plot centers around the lives of the club members, the women behind the club, and the law enforcement who are trying to destroy or (though rarely) help the club. Pretty straight forward right? Not really. Instead of the action-packed (though there is plenty of action) show I expected, I ended up watching a modern day Shakespearean drama. Actually there is a sub-plot, which I think will turn into a main plot point, that seems ripped straight from Macbeth. Also the show features some very strong women who are not only surviving, but taking control in the world of motorcycles, which is pretty big considering it is pretty much a male-dominated world. Lol. Sorry I feel like I'm rambling, so in-conclusion, I highly recommend Sons of Anarchy to anyone looking to watch a new show.



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I watch it, it's a very good show. New season of that and Dexter, gonna be awesome.



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Does anyone else watch this show? Ok so I know that the commercials make it look like it's just another action-packed, testosterone filled tv show. Actually I was reluctant to start watching it because that is exactly what I thought. So when my friend made me sit down to watch it I was pleasantly surprised by it. For those of you who don't know Sons of Anarchy is a tv show about an outlaw motorcyle club in a small town in California. The plot centers around the lives of the club members, the women behind the club, and the law enforcement who are trying to destroy or (though rarely) help the club. Pretty straight forward right? Not really. Instead of the action-packed (though there is plenty of action) show I expected, I ended up watching a modern day Shakespearean drama. Actually there is a sub-plot, which I think will turn into a main plot point, that seems ripped straight from Macbeth. Also the show features some very strong women who are not only surviving, but taking control in the world of motorcycles, which is pretty big considering it is pretty much a male-dominated world. Lol. Sorry I feel like I'm rambling, so in-conclusion, I highly recommend Sons of Anarchy to anyone looking to watch a new show.


Thanks for the review. I saw the commercials and was intrigued by the fact that I admire some of the actors in it. I'll have to take a look at this season.



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Charlie Hunnam is brilliant in it. His accent is better than most Americans.



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I watch it. Great writing. Excellent characters. All of them really are superb.

I fell behind on Dexter. I really liked it the first 3 1/2 seasons. I kind of got tired of it a bit though. I'll catch up one day.



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Watch it every week!



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