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Ask Ausiello: Will Venus make a return, and insight on Tara/Otto story arc.

Check out what Ausiello had to say when asked about Sons of Anarchy in his latest edition of Ask Ausiello!

Question: I heard a rumor we have not seen the last of Walton Goggins’ Venus on Sons of Anarchy. Please tell me the rumor is true. —Greg
Ausiello:
Not only are we going to see the gender-bending dynamo again, SOA creator Kurt Sutter reveals, “I’m pitching a Venus spin-off to FX!” All kidding aside (and yes, he was kidding), Sutter hopes to have Venus back — possibly as early as next season. “My hope is to keep some of this Diosa world alive,” he says, “and there’s no reason why we can’t have him back, because it was pretty fantastic.”

Question: I heard a rumor we have not seen the last of Walton Goggins’ Venus on Sons of Anarchy. Please tell me the rumor is true. —Greg
Ausiello:
Not only are we going to see the gender-bending dynamo again, SOA creator Kurt Sutter reveals, “I’m pitching a Venus spin-off to FX!” All kidding aside (and yes, he was kidding), Sutter hopes to have Venus back — possibly as early as next season. “My hope is to keep some of this Diosa world alive,” he says, “and there’s no reason why we can’t have him back, because it was pretty fantastic.” RELATED | Sons of Anarchy Spoiler: Another Major Death? Question: Something’s been troubling me about Sons of Anarchy, and hopefully you can help. When Tara visited Otto in prison, were we supposed to infer that she ultimately gave him what he wanted (sex!) in exchange for the intel? I seriously hope not. The Tara I know would never go there. —Samantha Ausiello: I had the same worry. Thankfully, Sutter — who plays the incarcerated SAMCRO member — put those fears to rest. The EP points out that viewers “saw Otto leave” at the end of the scene. Furthermore, “The reason Tara [later] lied [to Jax] is because she failed, and she doesn’t want to feel like she’s letting Jax down. She half-lied. She also knew that if she told Jax exactly what [Otto] said, Jax would say, ‘F–k it. You’re not going in there again.’ She didn’t want to reveal that because she wants another crack at Otto.” And she’ll get it. Sutter confirms that the Otto/Tara arc “will all play out” at season’s end.

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E!Online: ‘Ablation’ “Is a big one that cannot be missed.”

Check out what Watch with Kristen had to say about next week’s Sons of Anarchy!

Brad in Nashville: Sons of Anarchy is killing it this season. I need to know about next week’s episode!
It’s hard to imagine SOA getting any better, but next week’s episode is a big one that cannot be missed. A major secret will be revealed, and…wait for it…there’s a kidnapping! And based on the circumstances surrounding the abduction, we fear for the life of the individual who gets snatched up. We can’t wait to hear what you fans make of it!

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Ask Ausiello: Clay & Jax’s cat-and-mouse game “It’s going to end abruptly and quickly.”

And so the anticipation builds! I like it!

Question: Any intel on who dies tonight on Sons of Anarchy? —Jeff
Ausiello: No solid intel, but exec producer Paris Barclay said something at the show’s premiere earlier this month that has taken on a whole new dimension in the wake of the death buzz. Asked how much longer Clay and Jax’s cat-and-mouse game would go on, the writer/director responded, “It’s not going to go as long as fans of one of them would like. It’s going to end abruptly and quickly.” Hmm…

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Leanne’s Spoiler List: Coming Deaths Will Be For The Greater Good, Says Exec Producer Barclay

Don’t miss what Leanne’s Spoiler List had to say about the upcoming deaths this season on Sons of Anarchy!

Sons of Anarchy: Death is coming for the fellas of FX — and it certainly won’t be pretty. Producer Paris Barclay says that there will be “quite a few empty seats at the table” by season’s end. Yikes! And unfortunately, star-slash-baddie Ron Perlman fears he might be one of them. “I’ve worried [about being killed off] pretty much for the last three seasons,” Perlman says. “My deeds get more and more dastardly, and more and more heinous. I’m fodder, baby. A lot of people want to take me out, and not for coffee.” [Insert your version of “oh snap!” here.]

Losing Clay would be a major bummer, but Barclay says this season’s deaths will all be for the greater good. “We’re starting to develop the story of Jax (Charlie Hunnam) really taking control of the club,” he says. “There are going to have to be certain transitions to make that happen, and that’s what you’re going to see in Season 5.” Looking forward to it!

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SOA Tidbits: Exec Producer Barclay on the High Body Count This Season; Maggie Talks Jax & Tara’s Inevitable Wedding

In the latest edition of Ask Ausiello, he had this to say about the amount of causalities this season is going to rack up. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m so not ready for that!

Question: Do I need to prepare myself for a high body count on Sons of Anarchy this season? —Gerald
Ausiello: Yep. And unlike Season 4’s relatively benign list of casualties, Season 5 will whack “people you’re very attached to,” warns exec producer Paris Barclay. “I’m not naming names, but this is the season where the reckoning has to come… You’ll have to say goodbye.”

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Maggie Siff spoke with Vulture on Sons of Anarchy, Riding Motorcycles, Tight Jeans, and Cleavage. During which she mentions Jax and Tara’s inevitable wedding. Definitely worth a read, especially if you want more insight into Tara’s darker path this season.

Tara and Jax are raising two kids together, so it’s probably not too much of a spoiler to talk about the inevitable wedding.
“I liked that scene. Getting married by the seat of your pants in a brothel is so unromantic, but I felt that the scene, the way it was written, was actually very sweet and moving and got something about the show that I love. The spirit of family comes through. The circumstances are gnarly, but you always have to have escorts and prostitutes running around on Sons of Anarchy. [Laughs.] Tara doesn’t feel threatened by other women these days, I have to say. She’s more confident in the relationship and should anything transpire with any of the scantily clad ladies, she can handle it. She laid down the law with Jax in season two or three, so he knows that’s not okay. I think Kurt [Sutter] has done an interesting job of making the question of marriage and partnership a real one.”

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While you’re at it check out more great reads about the fifth season of Sons of Anarchy below!

Show creator Kurt Sutter talks ‘Shades of Grey’ in New Season with BuzzFocus and then talks Outlaws, Loyalty, and Racial Stereotypes with Complex.

While Maggie Siff discusses whether Tara is the new and improved Gemma with Zap2It.

TVGuide: An Impromptu Wedding, Revenge and a Life-Altering Statement of Allegiance.

That “impromptu wedding” wedding could prove my Jax/Tara episode two theory right, but who can really know for sure with Sons? Am I right? I have to say though I’m both excited and intrigued by the Opie tidbit. What do you guys think?

I’m so excited for Sons of Anarchy to come back. Please give me some spoilers! — Chris
ADAM: Gangster Damon Pope (guest star Harold Perrineau) will quickly exact revenge on Tig, who killed Pope’s daughter, in a scene that will be burned in your memory. Is there any good news? Yes! An early episode features an impromptu wedding and Opie will re-dedicate his loyalty to Jax with a life-altering statement of allegiance.

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Ask Ausiello: Sons of Anarchy S5 Premiere…Holy Crap. + Episode 2 Jax and Tara ‘Bliss’?

Who’s ready for September 11th?!

Question: I saw on Facebook that you watched the first two episodes of Sons of Anarchy‘s new season. And… ? —Kevin
Ausiello: And… holy crap. Something ghastly happens in the Sept. 11 opener that raises the stakes in the war between Damon Pope (a frightening Harold Perrineau) and SAMCRO tenfold. On the bright side, the incident in question could land an underrated member of the show’s ensemble if not an Emmy nomination in 2013 than certainly a place in the kudos conversation.

Question: Any Sons of Anarchy scoop on Jax and Tara? —Megan
Ausiello: As much as parts of the premiere made me turn away in utter despair, there’s a sequence in Episode 2 featuring Jax and Tara that had me looking on in pure bliss. I laughed, I cried, I scratched my head in disbelief that Charlie Hunnam and Maggie Siff have never been nominated for an Emmy for these roles.

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