Jury's theoryEdit

Should we add Jury's theory that John knew his bike had been tampered with, and actually committed suicide in an effort to somehow prevent the club going down the path it went? I'm not too sure if it'd be appropriate, its just a thought. Jonathan Brock (talk) 15:40, December 10, 2014 (UTC)

...I find this theory problematic, primarily due to J.T.'s letters to Maureen Ashby. Also, during season four,  conversations between Wayne Unser and Clay Morrow, and conversations between Wayne Unser and Gemma Teller-Morrow, seem to indicate that Unser is convinced of Clay's guilt in the death of J.T, and his own guilt in helping to cover-up that death.  Just my humble opinion . . .  Teriadkins94 (talk) 10:54, January 25, 2015 (UTC)Teriadkins94

As this particular page is about _John_Teller_, I find the story of Jackson's "Jesus Moment" (while riding John Teller's bike) at the end of this article to be ... uh ... off-topic, in the least.  I came here to put a face to the pictures / flashbacks of John Teller.  I know that the whiny, pathetic, confused and complaining "voice" of John Teller comes from Nicholas Guest, but the face in the pictures used during the show doesn't seem to be a very good match to him.  So, does the face of John Teller belong to someone else, and who?  And can we delete the Jackson's Jesus Moment story from the end of this particular article?  I'm sure it's included in several other articles already. 17:10, February 27, 2015 (UTC)

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