Sons of Anarchy (Season 2)
2.01 – Albification (September 8, 2009)
Directed by Guy Ferland | Written by Kurt Sutter

With the club divided in the wake of a tragic death, Clay sets up a new gun deal with the IRA.
2.02 – Small Tears (September 15, 2009)
Directed by Stephen Kay | Written by Jack LoGiudice

Jax’s decision without the club’s approval doesn’t sit well with Clay, especially when it brings dangerous repercussions upon the MC.
2.03 – Fix (September 22, 2009)
Directed by Gwyneth Horder-Payton | Written by Dave Erickson

The League takes bold new steps in their quest to undermine Samcro, forcing the club to take explosive measures.
2.04 – Eureka (September 29, 2009)
Directed by Guy Ferland | Written by Kurt Sutter, Brett Conrad

When the MC heads north on a “charity” club run, they find more than just bike trouble when they cross state lines. And with Samcro out of Charming, Gemma’s left in a compromising position with The League.
2.05 – Smite (October 6, 2009)
Directed by Terrence O’Hara | Written by Chris Collins

Charming and its small-town appeal become vulnerable to The League, which finds new ways to provoke SOA members. Tara’s compassionate efforts to help a distraught Gemma don’t go unpunished.
2.06 – Falx Cerebri (October 13, 2009)
Directed by Billy Gierhart | Written by Regina Corrado

Clay sets a course for retaliation; Gemma shows Tara how an old lady handles anger.
2.07 – Gilead (October 20, 2009)
Directed by Gwyneth Horder-Payton | Written by Kurt Sutter, Chris Collins

The club must make new alliances in prison to survive.
2.08 – Potlatch (October 27, 2009)
Directed by Paul Maibaum | Written by Kurt Sutter, Misha Green

With an already-dwindling gun supply in question, SAMCRO takes extreme measures to procure weapons for a customer. The revenge that is sought following a theft at Caracara Studios puts one diva at risk. Tara’s professional and personal lives begin to collide.
2.09 – Fa Guan (October 27, 2009)
Directed by Stephen Kay | Written by Brett Conrad, Liz Sagal

When SAMCRO’s adult film business becomes a hindrance to the club, Clay seizes the opportunity to revive the gun-running cartel. As Jax and Clay continue to clash over club activities, their relationship reaches a new level of antagonism.
2.10 – Balm (November 10, 2009)
Directed by Paris Barclay | Written by Dave Erickson, Stevie Long

While the repo business proves more fruitful than the club ever imagined, ATF Agent Stahl gets up close and personal with the MC. Meanwhile, tension between Jax and Clay forces Gemma to make a tough decision.
2.11 – Service (November 10, 2009)
Directed by Phil Abraham | Written by Kurt Sutter, Jack LoGiudice

Chibs makes a secret deal with Agent Stahl in order to protect his wife and daughter. Opie learns the true circumstances that led to Donna’s death and seeks both revenge and reconciliation.
2.12 – The Culling (November 24, 2009)
Directed by Gwyneth Horder-Payton | Written by Kurt Sutter, Dave Erickson

The entire SAMCRO family goes on lockdown inside the clubhouse as Jax and Clay prepare to battle The League. A.J. Weston learns the truth about Ethan Zobelle’s business dealings in Charming. Applying what she has learned from Gemma, Tara ensures her position at St. Thomas Hospital.
2.13 – Na Trioblóidí (December 1, 2009)
Directed by Kurt Sutter | Written by Kurt Sutter

As SAMCRO attempts to rid Charming of Ethan Zobelle and The League permanently, familiar faces present new challenges.