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The Sons Of Anarchy Duo Fans Would Have Loved To See More Of

"Sons Of Anarchy" entertained audiences for seven seasons and introduced home audiences to many exciting characters throughout its successful run. Out of the 92 episodes the Emmy-nominated series released during its tenure, fans witnessed some unforgettable moments between the characters. While many major players like Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) and Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman) were most assuredly heavy favorites amongst the show's followers, some fans believe several side characters deserved more time to shine in the crime drama.

The critically acclaimed series (via Rotten Tomatoes) followed a biker gang dealing with political corruption and the dangerous criminal underworld, resulting in some pretty wild personas entering the frame. But it's too bad some of them didn't get more attention. There are several things people who enjoyed the program wished could have happened, and certain characters they wish had more time on screen. Of the many examples, some followers think that Chuckie Marstein (Michael Ornstein) is an underrated player on the series that could have done more during his time on "Sons of Anarchy."

And it's not just solo acts viewers would have liked to have seen more of, as several potential pairs make the list, like some fans wishing they could have even seen Wayne Unser (Dayton Callie) end up with Gemma Teller (Katey Sagal). But out of all the duos that did some damage on "Sons of Anarchy," one very funny pairing could have been a big hit with fans had they been more prominently featured on the series.

Juice and Tig should have had more screen time together

Over the years, Juice Ortiz (Theo Rossi) and Tig Trager (Kim Coates) had some pretty memorable moments together, but some fans think there should have been more. U/Aphonis41 posted the question on Reddit asking, "Does anyone else think that Juice and Tig should have had more scenes together?" He also mentioned how funny the two could be together, specifically the scene in Season 1, Episode 4 ("Patch Over") where Juice tries to subdue a dog with crystal meth, making it more aggressive when it bites Tig.

Several users agreed, and given the positive feedback from the idea, as well as the chemistry the two had during their interactions on "Sons of Anarchy," it's safe to assume more screen time between the two would have been very entertaining for fans. While their time spent on screen together was brief, the fan-favorite duo spends much time together offscreen. In an interview with The Lamp Light Review, Theo Rossi talked about his friendship off camera with Kim Coates, which sees the duo go from onscreen criminals to game-changing contributors to charity. Rossi said, "It's no secret that Kim and I are best friends, he's my brother, we do everything together. With his charity, One Heart Source, with Staten Strong, with The Boot Campaign, we're just doing as much as we can."

Despite the demand for more Tig and Juice, fans will always have the moments they did share to remember fondly, and it's nice to know they continue to be friends after the show ended.