‘SOA’ creator Kurt Sutter talks about this week’s shocking death — EXCLUSIVE

It’s been a long time due (many fans say overdue) but we’re still gonna miss seeing Perlman as this character until the Sons of Anarchy series finale in 2014. Speaking of Perlman, you can read the other Entertainment Weekly Online Exclusive interview with the only actor we could ever imagine bringing Clay Morrow to life by clicking here; well worth checking out. Oh, and in case you were wondering, the episode title “Aon Rud Persanta”  is Gaelic for “Nothing personal,” more or less (source: Zack Handlen, The A.V. Club – here’s a link to his excellent review).

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‘Sons of Anarchy’: Ron Perlman talks about this week’s shocker — EXCLUSIVE

EW.com: What’s your fondest memory?
Ron Perlman: I remember the chapel scenes. When I’m sitting on my rocking chair in the old age home and all the other actors are sitting there thinking about great moments in their lives, I’ll be thinking about the chapel scenes with Tig on my right and Jax on my left, me at the head of the table where I’m smoking cigars and we’re making plans, kicking ass and taking names. That’s what I’m gonna remember about the show because that , to me, was quintessential Sons of Anarchy.

Can’t believe they wouldn’t let Ron Perlman take those cool-ass boots from Pacific Rim (Where is my GODDAMNED shoe?!”). Much as we wanted this guy dead–you don’t beat Gemma Teller’s face to a pulp and pass away of natural causes– we were kind of sorry to see him go. Check out the Perlman interview (click the “read more” link above as usual) and the other Entertainment Weekly Exclusive interview with Kurt Sutter for more by clicking here. Oh, and nice practical effects, too. Like Jax said a couple of scenes later: they earned that blood.

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