When Dante and Olivia were being questioned separately, I was relieved when they both decided not to incriminate Sonny -- and I don't even know why I reacted that way because I don't care for Sonny (or Maurice Bernard) and I don't like the Sopranos-type mob theme of the show. But I did appreciate that Dante didn't feel he could rat out his own father, and his calling the shooting an accident might have opened the door for a real relationship with his new found family. And I LOVED, LOVED LOVED the scene between Morgan and Dante. That never could have happened if Dante said that Sonny shot him.Originally Posted by Gutmutter;3819103;
I also loved that Jax was completely honest with first Carly and then Michael. As sick and tired as I am of Carly blaming Jax for his attitude about Sonny, in this case, I think she's right --- Jax knew exactly what he was getting into when he married her and took on her (and Sonny's) kids -- and he should have known that there was no way he could keep his family safe from whatever Sonny or Jason did ---
I thought the scene between Michael and Jax was pretty intense too, and this was the first time that I agreed with Michael and thought his anger was appropriate. Not that Jax was wrong, but from Michael's point of view, he finally trusted Jax and Jax betrayed him in the worst possible way.