“Sons of Anarchy” season 6 finale airs tonight and Maggie Siff, who couldn’t give away too much, did say the twists and turns in this two-hour show will leave you “breathless” at the end. Spoilers put Tara or Juice being the last casualty of season 6, but that is through deductive reasoning, according to Zap2It on Dec. 9.
Killing off Tara is too big to do and then leave the fans sitting and waiting for a new season to roll around. The most feasible way to put Tara to death is through a cliff hanger where the fans have to wait until next season to see if Tara was a casualty or not.
Tara is due to be dealt with in some way by Jax after all the things she’s pulled on him and Gemma and especially now that he thinks she’s talking to the DA. Killing her off on the finale of a season, that doesn’t seem like good promo work for the next season. Creating an incident where the outcome could be Tara’s death and leaving folks hanging is good promo work for next season.
Juice is a liability and even though it is sad that the kid is falling apart after all the things he did for the club that are now hanging on his conscious, most would agree it’s time for his demise. What about Gemma, staging a possible death for her until next season would be a good cliff-hanger and she could easily get caught in anyone’s cross-fire.
Jax’s kids haven’t been in jeopardy since Able was taken to Ireland by the Irish episodes ago, so putting the kids in some kind of danger is not beneath the writers on the show. It would be nice to see some type of resolution between Jax and Tara, either they split for good, she’s killed or they get back together. The demise of their relationship has been going on for too long, it needs a rest and something final.
Nero has got his people angry, he too may be in jeopardy of being the next cast member to go. He was only a guest star on the show, so this is a feasible scenario for a “Sons of Anarchy” death. In a few hours all the guessing and surmising will be over as “Sons of Anarchy” airs “A Mother’s Work” at 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 10.