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Season 6 refers, collectively, to the 13 episodes which comprise the sixth season of the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Making its debut on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 to a total viewership of 5.87 million viewers, the season makes its appearance with the episode, "Straw". Viewership fluctuated as new episodes aired on subsequent Tuesdays, airing over a duration of an 92 day period. The series' sixth season came to an end on Tuesday, December 10, 2013, airing to a viewership of 5.17 million viewers, with the episode "A Mother's Work". The chronicles of SAMCRO continue in the series' seventh, and final, season.
Episodes[edit | edit source]
|"Straw"||Writer: Kurt Sutter||Director: Paris Barclay||September 10, 2013||#601|
|Just days after Clay Morrow and Tara Knowles were imprisoned, much has changed within SAMCRO: Chibs Telford is now Vice President, Happy is the new Sergeant-at-Arms, Bobby Munson has distanced himself from SAMCRO and is considering going Nomad, and Juice Ortiz's status in the club is in question.
|"One One Six"||Writer: Chris Collins & Adria Lang||Director: Peter Weller||September 17, 2013||#602|
|Jax finds out that the shooting at the Catholic school was due to the KG-9's he had shipped out, while Nero tells him the kid, Matthew, was his cousins' - Arcadio. Jax goes to Galan to get out of the gun smuggling business, but due to the shooting, Galan is convinced that the guns would sell at a higher price. In county, Lee brings Clay an agreement to cooperate. Lee explains he's much more interested in retribution than justice. He offers Clay help with the bogus Pope murder charge, immunity from club charges and witness protection anywhere in the world. Clay doesn't agree, so Lee signs it himself, forging Clay's signature. Gemma suggests to Nero, to get Arcadio and Darvany out of their house and into SAMCRO's safehouse. When they get there, Darvany tries to escape with Arcadio, but Nero is forced to kill his own cousin. A loathing Jax gets Juice to drug and kill Darvany. On the road, Bobby adds another member to go Nomad.
|"Poenitentia"||Writer: Charles Murray & Kurt Sutter||Director: Guy Ferland||September 24, 2013||#603|
|Instead of being killed in jail, the inmates who might have loyalty to Pope's people instead tell Clay to commit a jail rec-yard stabbing. Jax and the ex-cop-turned-gangter played by Peter Weller settle the score with the Iranians. Marshall Lee Toric accidentally shoots a Diosa hooker that he brought back to his motel room. Telling the dead corpse that he'll make her death matter, he takes hair and blood samples to plant inside Nero Padilla's truck. Jax sends Tig back to the warehouse where they stored stuff that they stole from the Iranians. Tig is waiting for Jax, but Mr. Marx, the associate of Mr. Pope, shows up.
|"Wolfsangel"||Writer: Kurt Sutter & Kem Nunn||Director: Billy Gierhart||October 1, 2013||#604|
|Former US Marshall Lee Toric takes Clay to visit Otto. Clay slips a shiv to Otto. Toric gives Otto a pad to write down the sins of SAMCRO. Otto writes an insulting remark about Toric's sister, and then kills Toric. The guards then Kill Otto. Jax exacts revenge against some skinhead Nazis, killing them, and planting the guns on their rural property, and then burning down their house, making it look like an internal beef. Galen is pissed off that Jax wants out of the guns, and Galen goes to Osbournes lumber barn, and shoots and dismembers SAMCRO member Phil, and a SAMCRO prospect. The Sheriff orders Lee Toric's personnel file, suspecting Lee Toric is up to no good. The Sheriff lets Nero go home, but Nero's truck remains impounded.
|"The Mad King"||Writer: Chris Collins & Roberto Patino & Kurt Sutter||Director: Gwyneth Horder-Payton||October 8, 2013||#605|
|Gemma confides to Wendy, that Gemma always thought Wendy was better for Jax than Tara. Tara confides to Wendy, that Wendy should take care of the kids, if Tara leaves town. The Samcro crew hunt down Galen and Galen's crew, capturing a few guys. The IRA elders in Ireland don't like Jax's retaliation, but Jax tries to convince them that Galen is out of control and trying to profiteer for himself. Jax tells the IRA elders that Mr. Marks will be a solid customer for the arms shipments, despite being black.
|"Salvage"||Writer: Mike Daniels & Kurt Sutter||Director: Adam Arkin||October 15, 2013||#606|
|The Charming chapter are pulled over by dirty cops on their way to a summit meeting with the several West Coast SoA, but escape. At the summit, Jax announces the end to the gun business with the IRA, and is met with agreement and approval. Bobby brings in new members to the Charming chapter. The state attorney still threatens to prosecute Tara unless she testifies against SOA. The Sheriff searches the deceased Lee Toric's motel room and leaves convinced of Nero's innocence.
|"Sweet and Vaded"||Writer: Kurt Sutter & Adria Lang||Director: Paris Barclay||October 22, 2013||#607|
|SAMCRO comes to the aid of Nero's transexual friend. Tara is more determined to make a break from Gemma, though possibly not from Jax. Tara fakes an assault, and gets a restraining order against Gemma.
|"Los Fantasmas"||Writer: Roberto Patino & Kurt Sutter||Director: Peter Weller||October 29, 2013||#608|
|The DA leaks a story to the press of who the possible suppliers of the guns in school shooting are and the story ends up in the front page of the town's paper. An unknown man runs down and kills a Byz-Lat in the middle of street in the presence of Jax and the other club members. While the Byz-Lats attempt to kill him, Jax intervenes upon discovering that the man's son was killed in the school shooting and that the story in the paper was what made him kill the Byz-Lat. Police arrive at the man's house only to witness him commit suicide because he feels he no longer has a purpose in life. Nero, still in jail decides to give himself up as the source of the gun rather than blame the SOA. Patterson accepts his confession at first but later repents after seeing the effect the story she leaked had (the father committing suicide) and sets Nero free after it is forensically proven that Toric killed Erin Byrne.
|"John 8:32"||Writer: Kem Nunn & Kurt Sutter||Director: Guy Ferland||November 5, 2013||#609|
|Nero comes home. A mysterious girl vandalises the new SOA club house. Jax learns some bitter truths and takes a vote. Clay's escape plan is in motion. Tara's plan brings about some unexpected results.
|"Huang Wu"||Writer: Kurt Sutter & Charles Murray||Director: Billy Gierhart||November 12, 2013||#610|
|Jax apologizes to Gemma and Nero for what happened with Tara after he discovered all the truth. After Clay locks down all of SAMCRO's gun customers only one customer is left waiting to close on the deal, the Italian Cacuzza family. Jax and the Irish meet with Jimmy Cacuzza to ensure that they're onboard with Clay being the new distributor. In an attempt to secure them as customers the Irish attack the Chinese (Lin) leaving SAMCRO in a very compromising position. After the meet SAMCRO is kidnapped by the Chinese who demand for the Sons to hand over the business and territory or else. The Chinese keep Happy as insurance that Jax will honor their demand. Tara catches Jax in bed with Collette and leaves angrily. Pissed off at everything that's gone on she decides to try to make a deal with DA Patterson but Patterson refuses, stating that the deal is no longer on the table.
|"Aon Rud Persanta"||Writer: Chris Collins & Kurt Sutter||Director: Peter Weller||November 19, 2013||#611|
|Clay gets broken out during his prison transfer, Bobby gets shot in the process. Jax exacts his revenge on the Irish and Clay for past wrongdoings. Patterson is unhappy with the way Jax upheld his end of the deal and makes it seem as if she's going to throw that deal out. Tara contemplates making a deal of her own to stay out of jail and get her and her sons out of Charming for good.
|"You Are My Sunshine"||Writer: Kem Nunn & Mike Daniels & Kurt Sutter||Director: Paris Barclay||December 3, 2013||#612|
|As Jax reaches the verge of getting SAMCRO permanently out of the gun business, Tara makes a bold move in protecting her children. Juice's guilt leads Nero to the truth about Darvany's death. Mr. Wu's revenge on the Irish comes with unexpected consequences. After finding out The Sons are handing over the gun business to August Marks, Alvarez reaches out to Nero.
|"A Mother's Work"||Writer: Kurt Sutter & Chris Collins||Director: Kurt Sutter||December 10, 2013||#613|
|Jax's search for Tara and his children lead him to make a difficult decision. Nero confronts Jax over Juice's role in Darvany's murder. Alvarez and Henry Lin form a pact against the One Niners, which threatens to shut down SAMCRO's business in Stockton. Gemma takes matters into her own hands.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Main Cast[edit | edit source]
- Charlie Hunnam as Jackson 'Jax' Teller (13/13)
- Katey Sagal as Gemma Teller Morrow (13/13)
- Mark Boone Junior as Robert 'Bobby' Munson (12/13)
- Dayton Callie as Wayne Unser (13/13)
- Kim Coates as Alex 'Tig' Trager (13/13)
- Tommy Flanagan asFilip 'Chibs' Telford (13/13)
- Theo Rossi as Juan Carlos 'Juice' Ortiz (13/13)
- Maggie Siff as Tara Knowles (13/13)
- Ron Perlman as Clarence 'Clay' Morrow (9/13)
- Jimmy Smits as Neron 'Nero' Padilla (13/13)
Recurring Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
- CCH Pounder as Tyne Patterson (12/13)
- David Labrava as Happy Lowman (11/13)
- Drea de Matteo as Wendy Case (10/13)
- Rusty Coones as Rane Quinn (10/13)
- Michael Ornstein as Chuck Marstein (9/13)
- Rockmond Dunbar as Lieutenant Eli Roosevelt (9/13)
- Peter Weller as Charles Barosky (7/13)
- Timothy V. Murphy as Galen O'Shay (6/13)
- Kim Dickens as Colette Jane (5/13)
- Donal Logue as Lee Toric (4/13)
- Kurt Sutter as Otto 'Big Otto' Delaney (3/13)
- Christopher Douglas Reed as Philip 'Filthy Phil' Russell (3/13)
- Steve Howey as Hopper (3/13
- Emilio Rivera as Marcus Alvarez (2/13)
- Dave Navarro as Arcadio Nerona (2/13)
- C. Thomas Howell as Frank Eagan (1/13)
- Bridget Regan as Escort (1/13)
Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Filthy Phil Russell - Shot in the head by Galen O'Shay. ("Wolfsangel")
- Otto Delaney - Shot by correctional officers. ("Wolfsangel")
- Clay Morrow - Shot in the throat and chest by Jax Teller. ("Aon Rud Persanta")
- Galen O'Shay - Shot in the head by Jax Teller. ("Aon Rud Persanta")
- Tara Knowles - Repeatedly stabbed in the back of the head by Gemma Teller-Morrow. ("A Mother's Work")
- Eli Roosevelt - Shot in the back by Juice Ortiz. ("A Mother's Work")