The savage tale of Northern California bikers end its run this week.
For a firm that has splintered, they sure still see a lot of each other.
The show’s key players are all losing their sense of morality.
Alicia takes on a Glee-like TV show who ripped off her Jonathan Coulton–esque musician clients and “legal jazz” ensues.
Last night’s final bloodbath managed to be both predictable and shocking.
Is Nero the new Clay? Is Unser just a babysitter?
Last night’s episode was the show’s hundredth, and they pulled out all the stops.
We got some interesting insight into the history of the Florrick family and the future of Lockhart/Gardner.
You’d think, after a season of bloody and explosive surprises, this show would have lost the ability to shock us.
A flustered Eli and a major Florrick/Agos victory? What a delightful episode.
Everyone is armed to the teeth in this episode, even the mothers and the grandmothers.
Tensions are still high as we return to a typical case of the week episode.
The Tara-Jax story line is turning tragic.
This week’s episode had to be a step down from last week’s. It had to be.
Homeland sure loves its what the hell moments.
This episode takes the time to raise the question of whether the “going legit” angle is actually feasible.
That might have been one of the best hours of television we’ve seen all year.
Though we’re still riding high on some of the fun from last week, this episode also took one of the darker turns we’ve seen this year.
Diane Lockhart is unstoppable.
This episode reminded us of all the reasons we fell in love with Sons of Anarchy in the first place.