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Sons of Anarchy: Who Will Meet the Grim Reaper?
Just when you were thinking Sons of Anarchy couldn’t make its fifth season any more intense, word has spread that this week’s episode, “Laying Pipe,” will see an important individual within SAMCRO biting the dust. In case that particular idiom has no meaning to you, I’ll spell it out in plain, boring English: someone is going to die. And it’s not going to be just a random extra. This death will have some weight to it. I would start mentally preparing yourself for it.
While I can’t say one or the other who the unlucky person receiving this rose of death will be, I can at least narrow it down to six people thanks to EW. Wayne Unser (Dayton Callie), the former chief, has terminal cancer, making him a prime suspect for either natural or suicidal death, but his recent foray into investigating Charming break-ins could put him in unnecessary danger.
Tig Trager (Kim Coates) is hardly Damon Pope’s (Harold Perrineau) favorite person, and now that Tig’s in prison he’s just a sitting duck. Could it be there’s a shiv with Tig’s name on it?
Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman) is a bit of a long shot due to his importance, but he has lots of enemies, including Jax and Gemma. It would be a big move to off Clay, but even Kurt Sutter doesn’t think Clay is imperative to the show’s future.
Juice Ortiz (Theo Rossi) has already tried to commit suicide once; who says he won’t do so again? But he’s also a rat, and if Jax were to find out he might feel the need to save Juice the trouble and end his life for him.
Tara Knowles (Maggie Siff) would be another ballsy choice given her status as Jax’s wife, but that’s also what makes her a target. Pope could see the value in killing the wife of SAMCRO’s president, that is, if Gemma doesn’t beat him to the punch. Is Gemma really content being a happy mother-in-law, or could she just be waiting for the right moment to remove Tara and regain her control over Jax?
Who do you think will die?