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Juice Must Think Fast to Save Himself on 'Sons of Anarchy' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 12th 2011 5:45AM
'Sons of Anarchy' - 'With an X'Juice was in a very tough spot with the Mayans and the Sons when we left things off last week. He stewed in it through most of this episode of 'Sons of Anarchy' (Tue., 10PM ET on FX), as both clubs started pointing fingers at who might have taken that kilo of cocaine.

Jax stood up for Juice immediately, and because of his long standing in the club, no one questioned his loyalty or possibly complicity in the theft. That left the newer recruits, who'd been on guard duty without even knowing what they were guarding.

We've seen the Club murder and kill people before, but you could see the torment on Juice's face as it became more and more clear that someone was going to die in his place. The worst thing is all he wanted to do was replace the brick and be done with it -- without getting caught, of course.

He almost pulled it off, too, when he maneuvered to give the new guys 15 minutes to replace the coke and then excused himself for a bathroom break to go get it. Unfortunately, Miles caught him in the woods with the brick.

In the ensuing tussle, Juice got shot, and then took out Miles for good. Was it only then that he saw his way out, by planting the brick on Miles and framing him for the initial theft? Regardless, it worked, and Juice remains in good standing.

Not so much for Opie, who's marriage is in trouble after Lyla finds out he cheated on her and he come clean to her about finding the birth control pills. Clearly these two are not on the same page, but that seems to be plaguing the Club of late.

With secrets threatening to leak, the fissures within the Club are going to erupt soon, and isn't that what we've been waiting for since the series premiere?

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Tim Mahoney

Errr...What was the paper Juice put in the place of the brick in the woods? He buried it under the same rocks like it's to let someone know why there's no coke there. Or could it be meant to be found and explain how the coke was stolen? If so, it probably doesn't jive with what he says went down. Is it going to be his downfall?

October 12 2011 at 11:30 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
1 reply to Tim Mahoney's comment

I thought it was a piece of paper as well, but then thought maybe it was a sampling of the coke he can take back as evidence... not sure.

October 12 2011 at 7:16 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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