Sons of Anarchy season 2 does a good job of following on from the promising start that was season 1. Old storylines progress and evolve while new threads, threats and characters are introduced which all lead up to a climatic end of season finale.
The good stuff from season one remains; the bikes, characters and great storylines but what this season is all about is the simmering problems within the 'Sons'. All in all, 'Sons Of Anarchy' is turning out to be a excellent series, with tight writing, deep and involved story lines and a great cast that play out the politics of both gang and family life brilliantly.
In the second season the SOA have to hussle, deal, negotiate and out maneuver the True IRA, a black street gang called the 9ers, their biker rivals The Mayans, the local law enforcement (both straight and corrupt members), the feds, the white supremacists and as Clay puts it rather brilliantly himself: 'The most powerful gang of all... old, white money.'' - plus there's a whole world of new opportunities to be discovered - both fleshy and financial - when the Samcro biker gang venture into the porn industry.
This truely is the Soprano's with 6 cylinders and looks set to be another classic. This season really picks up speed and ends with you hurlting towards season 3, the throttle fully open, and no hint of reaching for the breaks. More twists and turns than the open roads they ride.