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'Sons of Anarchy' Star Kim Coates Talks Season 4, Tig Tattoos and Hanging With Stephen King

by Kim Potts, posted Oct 26th 2010 4:00PM
For all its intense drama, 'Sons of Anarchy' is also peppered with plenty of funnier moments, and many of those injections of humor come courtesy of Alex "Tig" Trager, actor Kim Coates' SAMCRO sergeant-at-arms.

Tig can be crazy (he Tyson-ed a dude's ear off during a fight), crazy loyal (he was the one entrusted to protect SAMCRO mama Gemma when she was on the lam earlier in season 3) and sometimes surprisingly sensitive (like when he saved the drugged-out dogs in season one), and he's almost always good for a mood-lightening one-liner.

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'Sons of Anarchy' Season 3, Episode 4 Recap

by Maureen Ryan, posted Sep 29th 2010 10:00AM
'Sons of Anarchy'['Sons of Anarchy' - 'Home']

Season 3 has been a different kind of ride for 'Sons of Anarchy' fans.

There's been a fair amount of setup in the first three episodes, and in the powerful episode 'Home,' much of what transpired in the first few episodes paid off in a big way.

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'Sons of Anarchy' Season 3, Episode 1 Recap

by Maureen Ryan, posted Sep 8th 2010 12:01AM
['Sons of Anarchy' - 'So']

Note: The following 'Sons of Anarchy' recap/review assumes that you have seen the first two seasons of the FX drama and Tuesday's Season 3 premiere of the FX drama.

The act that ended the season 2 premiere of 'Sons of Anarchy' was horrifying.

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'Sons of Anarchy' Season 3 Review

by Maureen Ryan, posted Sep 7th 2010 10:30AM
What it is: The compelling story of the Sons of Anarchy motorcycle club, the guys you don't want to tick off if you're passing through Charming, Calif. But don't make the mistake of thinking 'Sons of Anarchy' is a one-dimensional chronicle of hardcore bikers. Yes, these guys are tough and volatile, but 'Sons' is also one of the most emotionally nuanced and thoughtful character dramas on television (and it features some terrific female roles).

When it airs: It returns with its third season 10PM ET Tuesday on FX.

When watching 'Sons of Anarchy,' the words "loyalty" and "intensity" frequently come to mind.

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Hal Holbrook to Guest on FX's 'Sons of Anarchy'

by Allyssa Lee, posted Apr 22nd 2010 3:40PM
When we last left 'Sons of Anarchy,' Gemma (Katey Sagal) was on the run after being framed for murder. Now it turns out she'll have daddy issues to contend with as well.

FX Networks announced today that Emmy winner Hal Holbrook has signed on to play Gemma's dad on its critically acclaimed drama. The venerable actor will join the hit cable show -- about an outlaw motorcycle club in a town called Charming -- for a four-episode arc when the series' third season premieres this September.

Holbrook will play Nate Madoc, who reunites with his daughter through "coincidental circumstance."

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Conan O'Brien puts his future in your hands

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jan 19th 2010 7:30PM
Once again, Conan O'Brien has put the future of his career in his fans' hands.

Not a smart move if you ask me. Isn't his ratings what finally did him and Jay Leno in, even if Conan has more public support than Superman and Batman combined if they were doing battle with Lex Luthor, The Joker and Jeff Zucker?

The soon-to-be former Tonight Show host has gotten a ton of other offers from a personal invitation from Kurt Sutter to play an IRA gun runner on next season's Sons of Anarchy to a starring role in a Pink Visual porno called Conan the Bangbarian. Now ol' "Conebone69" himself has asking his viewers to vote for his fate in an online poll at the show's official website.

As of Tuesday afternoon and of no surprise to anyone with a working central nervous system, the porno offer is in the lead with 34 percent.

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Conan O'Brien offered spot on next season's Sons of Anarchy

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jan 15th 2010 4:00PM
Now that Conan O'Brien may be out of a job, he's bound to land on his feet faster than a feral cat that's been fired out of a cannon. In fact, he's already got another job lined up.

Kurt Sutter, creator and executive producer of FX's Sons of Anarchy, has offered ol' Coco a role on the upcoming season of Sons of Anarchy.

Sutter said he could weave Conan into the IRA subplot that will bleed into the new season and that he really needs "a bad-ass O'Brien on my team. Guns, blood, fist fights -- you could really work some [expletive deleted] out."

Man, if you thought Henry Rollins was tough, just imagine a raging Conan O'Brien on the loose. Sure A.J. Weston, Rollins' character, was a muscleheaded sociopathic anti-semite with a Godsmack complex, but he also signed a contract with the likes of Jeff Zucker, a man who makes the evil Ethan Zobelle look like Shari Lewis.

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All Danny wants for Festivus

by Danny Gallagher, posted Dec 24th 2009 5:02PM
I love Christmas. It is the best holiday. If all of the holidays grew asses, Christmas could kick every other holiday's ass by ripping off their ass and beating them to death with said ass.

It's perfect on every conceivable level. It aims to achieve total peace and tranquility of the human spirit and singularity of the soul through the selfless act of giving. Of course, in order for that to work, someone has to be on the receiving end and I'm more than willing to have my every dream fulfilled in the name of calming the cosmic waves.

So here's my wish list to Santa or Jesus or Buddha or whomever holds the universe in balance for things to suck less until the next holiday.

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FX Renews 'Sons of Anarchy'

by Bryan Enk, posted Dec 3rd 2009 12:40PM
The Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club Redwood Original (SAMCRO) will ride again, as The Hollywood Reporter gives us the not-so-unexpected news that FX has renewed 'Sons of Anarchy.' The one-hour drama series, a hit with critics and audiences alike, will return in September, with 13 brand-new episodes.

The news of the series renewal coincides with the announcement that the season 2 finale, which aired on Tuesday, drew in 4.3 million viewers, an all-time series high. The finale pulled in a 2.3 rating among adults 18-49, which brings 'Sons' back around to where it started this season.

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What Will Happen in 'Sons of Anarchy' Season 3?

by Jane Boursaw, posted Dec 3rd 2009 3:38AM
Sons of AnarchyThe Internet's all abuzz over Tuesday's 90-minute season two finale of 'Sons of Anarchy,' which delivered 4.33 million viewers and launched the FX show to the number one spot in cable programs for the night. It was also the most-watched episode ever for 'Sons,' surpassing the season two premiere (4.29 million viewers).

If you haven't watched it yet, we won't spoil it for you. Suffice to say the show earned its kudos that night, especially in the last 20 minutes. Not surprisingly, Kurt Sutter has signed a two-year deal to continue as 'Sons' showrunner, and FX has ordered 13 episodes for the show's third season, scheduled to begin in September 2010. What?! We have to wait nearly a year?! Ok, well, as Tony Soprano would say, what are ya gonna do?

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