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‘Sons of Anarchy’ Kurt Sutter teases ‘Red Wedding’-type violence in season 7

‘Sons of Anarchy’ Kurt Sutter teases ‘Red Wedding’-type violence in season 7
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Kurt Sutter is a great one for teasing things about his motorcycle club show, “Sons of Anarchy.” Season 7 is still months away from airing but Sutter, according to a July 1 report on Epoch Times, took to Twitter again to tease what fans can expect from the final season of the show.

Sutter is very active on the social media outlet. So when a fan asked if there would be a season 7 “Red Wedding”-type event on the show, he responded. For those who don’t follow “Game of Thrones,” the “red Wedding” was an episode from season 3 where several major characters were violently killed while attending a wedding. The scene was one of the most gruesome and shocking in all of television.

The Twitter fan asked, “On a scale of 1 to Red Wedding, what are we in for here?” Sutter tweeted with his usual wit, “Let’s just say you’ll soon be calling that other episode BED WETTING.”

Sutter recently talked about work on episode 7, too. He described episode 7 as a big that helps bring some story elements to a conclusion while setting things up for the big the season finale, too.

“We are in the process of breaking episode 7, which is usually a big episode for us,” he at the time, according to his YouTube channel. “It’s sort of, it ends up being … the same way a premiere sets in motion the bigger elements of the season, episode 7 tends to bring some of those things to some sort of conclusion, then sets up what will ultimately be some of the bigger story elements that will bring us into the end of the season.” After episode 4, he added, “it just gets darker.”

He recently tweeted that work on the first network cut of episode 7 had been finished and warned fans that they should be fearful.

“Just finished the first network cut of 701. "BLACK WIDOWER" You should all be worried...”

“Sons of Anarchy” returns in the fall on AMC. Marilyn Manson will be making a guest appearance in several episodes as a prison inmate Ron Tully. Jax will be trying to discover who’s behind Tara’s murder and trying to get his club on the road to legitimacy once and for all. Season 7 will be the final season for the Men of Mayhem and from the sounds of it, it will be one wild ride.

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