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Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 11 “To Thine Own Self” Live Recap 11/20/12

Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Episode 11 “To Thine Own Self” Live Recap 11/20/12Sons of Anarchy returns to FX with a whole new episode called “To Thine Own Self.” On tonight’s show Jax scrambles to put his affairs in order, while Nero handles business with his old crew.

On last week’s episode, which was titled “Crucifixed,” Juice found out that his cover has been blown — and that now Jax knows that he was responsible for giving up the club. Sneaky, Juice, but not sneaky enough. It will be interesting to see how the hunt will go down in this extra long episode, and if Jax will finally trap his rat and find the resolution he’s been seeking. Juice is told to run and get out of Charming as fast as he can — if he values his life at all.

On Season 5 Episode 11 “To Thine Own Self,” we’ll see Jax in an sticky situation. He’s in a small room with Romeo, who says, “May I remind you how easy it is to disappear.” To which Jax responds with, “And, yet, here I am.” There’s definitely a lot of tension in this scene, which is presented in the promo video we have for you below, and we can’t wait to see where that dialogue goes — probably nowhere good.

Immediately following that scene, we get a glimpse of a brutal gun fight, which leads to a nasty car crash. Will the people in the car make it out alive? Meanwhile, Clay’s situation continues to escalate, and he’s forced to confront the people who continue lurking in his shadows.

Tonight’s episode looks like it is going to be great and you won’t want to miss it, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of FX’s Sons Of Anarchy at 9:00 PM EST!

SONS OF ANARCHY SEASON 5 EPISODE 11 LIVE RECAP HERE!


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