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Is Juice a dead man walking? 'Sons of Anarchy' finale preview and bonus video

By April Neale Dec 6, 2013, 2:03 GMT

Is Juice a dead man walking? 'Sons of Anarchy' finale preview and bonus video

Theo Rossi attends the "Sons of Anarchy" season six premiere screening red carpet event at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California.

Okay, no recap but spoiler alerts for the few who have not seen the last episode.

Juice (Theo Rossi) should have been naked a LOT more in the series, and now that I sense he's a dead man walking, dammit, no more full backside nude shots of the lad. Theo, please tell me those chest tatts are transfers!

Juice was flat-out ripped! And, he was ripped on Oxy. A kind-hearted whore alerted the media and Juice got Gemma's fingers of salvation shoved down his throat. Nice!

But "In Vino Veritas" baby, and for those of you who managed to skirt Latin (Catholic school 1970s, mandatory for me) it means when you are high or a little drunk, you spill the beans, and Nero got an earful of the truth!

Jimmy Smits' clenched fist has been the subject of many debates around here.

Will he punch Jax? Will he shake his fist at the unjust gods for the entire season put in motion by his dumbass cousin (David Navarro) for leaving a high powered weapon at his maternally challenged girlfriend?

We're just going to have to wait and see.

From FX:

When faced with survival, do anything to stay alive.


Salute the troops with SOA and learn about their involvement with the military, and how they give back to our soldiers both home and abroad.

Eight Minutes of “Afterword” Will Air on FX December 10th from 11:52 PM – 12:00 AM ET/PT

Fans Can Watch the Remaining 52 Minutes Live Streaming Online at

FX’s top-rated drama Sons of Anarchy will air the first eight minutes of its post-show, “Anarchy Afterword,” on FX immediately following the finale episode December 10th from 11:52 PM – 12:00 AM ET/PT. The remaining 52 minutes of “Anarchy Afterword” will stream live at from 12:00 AM – 12:52 AM ET/PT.

Hosted by comedian Chris Franjola (Chelsea Lately) from the SOA set, the finale episode of “Afterword” will feature interviews with SOA creator/showrunner Kurt Sutter, Katey Sagal (‘Gemma’) and Maggie Siff (‘Tara’). In addition, the post-show will look back on moments from the entire season.

Produced by Emmy® nominated Mob Scene Creative + Productions, “Afterword” streamed its first two episodes on September 10th and October 8th. The episodes are posted online and will remain there until one month after the season finale. In addition to watching online, fans can ask their own questions via a toll-free call-in number and the show’s official Twitter and Facebook pages.


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