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TV Tonight: Parenthood, Sons of Anarchy

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What’s new on the tele-time-sucker tonight:

Parenthood (NBC) Season Premiere: Get those hankies out—the Bravermans are back! ---Of the far-too-many weepy storylines being batted around in Season 4, here’s the weirdest: Ray Romano has a guest arc as a potential new boyfriend for … Sarah (Lauren Graham). What, was Michael Richards already booked?

Sons of Anarchy (FX) 90-Minute Season Premiere: Jax is in charge of SAMCRO, Tara’s turned into a functional stoner, Opie wants out, Clay’s the new Piney, and Gemma … well, just wait till you see what Peg Bundy’s getting into (and vice-versa). If the Parents Television Council thought last season was too heavy on the violence and sex, Season 5 is going to give ‘em an aneurysm—an awesome, awesome aneurysm. Everybody else, come to Brewvies Cinema Pub (677 S. 200 West; +21) to watch the season premiere of SOA for free on the big screen, 8 pm.

Also new tonight:
The Voice, Go On (NBC); My Family Recipe Rocks! (KSL 5); So You Think You Can Dance? (Fox); Dance Moms Season Finale (Lifetime); Flipping Out (Bravo); 19 Kids & Counting, High School Moms, Abby & Brittany (TLC); Shipping Wars (A&E); Teen Mom Reunion (MTV); Face Off, Collection Intervention (Syfy); The Burn With Jeff Ross (Comedy Central); White Collar, Covert Affairs (USA)