KRON 4 reporter Stanley Roberts seems like the kind of tattle-tale who was a teacher’s pet in middle school, but to his credit, his snitching hasn’t resulted in any stitching, and he’s turned it into a career. In his most recent “People Behaving Badly” segment, he caught a motorcyclist breakin’ the law. When the guy on the bike realizes he’s being filmed, he confronts Roberts, and WHAT HAPPENS NEXT…might not surprise you, but there’s some tasty comeuppance to chew on. Thanks, real-life Perd Hapley!
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The Funniest Moments From ‘Sons Of Anarchy’s Seven Tragedy-Filled Seasons
by Dustin Rowles
Save for last season’s best and most exhilarating episode, “Dam,” Kurt Sutter’s Sons of Anarchy has been more twisted than fun over the last couple of years. As the body count piled up along with the blood and grief, that’s understandable. There’s not as much to laugh about.
But lest you forget, back in the day, there was a very different tone to Sons of Anarchy: It was fun and often very funny. The show’s early sense of humor, in fact, is what hooked so many of us: SAMCRO may have been bad-ass murderers and thugs, but they had a good time with it. There was more camaraderie and less backstabbing. There were more jokes and less murders. It’s not necessarily better or worse, but Sons of Anarchy is definitely a different show than it once was.
So, before Kurt Sutter and the gang sign off for one final time tonight, let’s take a quick look back at some of the funniest moments in a series beset with tragedy.