'Sons of Anarchy': 5 things to watch for in episode 512, 'Darthy'
The pieces start to move into place in Tuesday's (Nov. 27) episode, "Darthy." The 90-minute episode is packed with story turns, so before you settle in Tuesday night, take a look at some of the things you can expect to see in the episode.
Deals, deals and more deals. A spreadsheet would probably be helpful to keep track of all the transactions Jax ( Charlie Hunnam) and the MC are trying to pull off. The cartel, the Irish, Pope -- all are out to hold Jax to his word, and they pretty much all have to work out favorably to ensure the future of the club. That is no easy feat, as "Darthy" makes plain.
Bobby's plan comes to light. Last week's episode ended with Bobby ( Mark Boone Junior) showing up at Clay's ( Ron Perlman) and saying he wanted to keep Clay alive. But how? The answer comes early in "Darthy," and it has a big ripple effect across the rest of the episode.
Donal Logue reveals himself. We got a glimpse of the "Terriers" star last week as his character, Lee Toric talked his way into prison to put the hurt on Otto. We last saw him following Tara ( Maggie Siff), and he confronts her this week. If you noticed that Logue's real-life sister Karina had a part in the show earlier this season, you'll be on the right track to figuring out what he's after.
Wendy's back. Abel's mother ( Drea de Matteo) pops back up, which is good news for no one. Including her.
Dave Navarro shows up. The rock star plays a member of Nero's ( Jimmy Smits) crew, in the first of two appearances. This one is pretty brief, so maybe he'll have more to do in the season finale.
"Sons of Anarchy" airs at 10 p.m. ET Tuesday on FX.