Who's Going to Die on 'Sons of Anarchy'?
Who's Going to Die on 'Sons of Anarchy'?
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Last season, fans of Sons of Anarchy witnessed the death of Opie's wife, Donna, at the hands of Tig (and Clay) ---which pretty much set the tone and direction for the second season's plot. Unfortunately, it looks like Donna's funeral isn't the last one for the show because SAMCRO will be mourning for yet another loss this season.

Warning: Spoilers Ahead!!!

When we last saw Sons of Anarchy, there was an explosion at the club's garage that seemingly left Chibs (Tommy Flanagan) for dead, proving that no one is really safe from getting blown up even at your own headquarters. From that explosive cliffhanger alone, you'd immediately think that it's Chibs who bites the dust but the good news is that it's not him. The bad news, however, is that it's someone else whom the club cares deeply for. It also sucks that this character is someone we've known and loved since season 1.

According to Eonline.com, the "killing doesn't have a clear analogue in Shakespeare's play Hamlet, which many fans know sets up the general superstructure of the series," so  it's safe to assume that it's not Jax, Clay, Gemma and Opie, who joins several other main characters in having Hamlet roots as confirmed by series creator Kurt Sutter.

I already have a few names off the top of my head, including Chief Unser and Otto, though I'm actually afraid to mention them because it just might come true. I'd hate to see Otto go even though he just recurrently appears in jail but my heart will break even more if it's Chief Unser just because he's my favorite character on Sons of Anarchy. But come to think of it, Unser's death will make sense the most especially after he told Hale about Gemma's rape, about how evil Zobelle is and how he needs to be the "good one" in the police force. That speech alone kind of makes me think that he's bidding farewell already though I certainly hope I'm wrong.
 


-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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