Sons of Anarchy

Sons of Anarchy (2008)

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Authority Vested - S5-E2

Corrected entry: Gemma says to Wayne "who you chattin' up, Wade?" Subtitles say Wade also.

amycamille1975

New this month Correction: Wade Steiner - TM mechanic hit by home invasion that Under is interviewing in the garage. Gemma says "why you chatting up Wade?"

No she doesn't say why... she says WHO.

amycamille1975

Correction: Wade was the name of the person Wayne was talking to.

Correction: Just watched this scene again and all I can hear is "Wayne." Why would a character get another character's name wrong 5 seasons in? The subtitles you're using are incorrect.

THGhost

Wade was the name of the person Wayne was talking to. Earlier in the ep. Roosevelt is heard telling the club this name as one of the people who got hit with a home invasion.

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