Official Promo PHOTOS and Episode 6.10 Screencaps (Below)
“Tara set up my mom, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) announces in the above scene from next Tuesday’s installment of Sons Of Anarchy, “Huang Wu” and it’s true, she did.
The statement is a bit of an oversimplification though. To break it down, Jax long ago promised his wife, Tara (Maggie Siff) that they and their two sons could leave SAMCRO , his biker gang, and it’s dangerous/deadly lifestyle behind. She stuck it out long enough to realize that he was getting in deeper with the club, not getting out. Realizing this, after being abducted (for the second time!) and having her surgeon’s hand terribly mangled in the incident–then having a nervous breakdown, Tara had enacted a rather crazy-ass plan to get herself and her kids out of Charming–if she didn’t go to jail for an accessory to a murder charge that came about due to her doing a favour–as a doctor– for the club. If she were convicted and went to jail, Tara was terrified that her biker bitch of a mother-in-law (“Gemma,” played by Katey Sagal) would get custody of her precious grand-kids (who she calls “her” kids) and they too, would have the same fate befall them as their father Jax, if not worse.
So in sum, Tara’s house of cards plan to save her kids came crashing down after Unser (Dayton Callie) turned on her after Tara set up Gemma for assault. He tricked Tara’s lawyer, who knew everything pretty much, into a sit-down talk with an infuriated Jax in which Jax kept a gun pointed at her throughout while demanding she break her confidentiality and spill every goddamn secret that Tara had. She did.
Nice bunch, huh? One thing is for sure, it ain’t getting any more peaceful in Charming as this season comes to a close in the next four episodes and the final season 7 commences next year. Check out the promo video for episode 610 (below) as well as the screencaps and the official promo photos. Spoilers abound in all of them so you’ve been duly warned.
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Jax looks to push the club forward but the Irish put another obstacle in his way.
Written by Kurt Sutter & Charles Murray; directed by Billy Gierhart.