utterly depraved & quietly losing control.
Rossi: That scene was tremendously heartbreaking because all he wants is for Chibs to say, “Hey, listen, we’re going to make this right. I’m not saying that you’ll be in the club, but I’m going to get you outta here. I got your back.” He’s hoping he’s going to say that. And what I love about that scene is the moment after, with Chibs’ reaction. You see that he has this compassion, but he couldn’t do it in front of Juice. I don’t think Juice went in there with any expectations, I think he just wanted guidance. […] When Chibs tells him to put the gun in his mouth and take his own life, basically there’s no hope […] You [Chibs] just told me the way it is: Stop trying. It’s over with. You’re gone, you’re out. Because of that, everything starts to go haywire.
Flanagan: It’s a heartbreaking scene, but Chibs won’t show anymore emotion to us. Juice has gone too far, now. And Juice was my prospect: I brought him into the club, I looked after him his whole life, and for him to betray the club and to betray me in such a foul and stupid and dumb way, it’s just become unforgivable. I’ve tried to help him and tried to save him, but he just went down that path. There’s no redemption, that I can see. Maybe there is, but I don’t see any redemption for old Juicey.
It’s been a week this needs to stop hurting
Hey look, color!
let me lick it better
Just an excuse to hold his hand