ByBrian Salisbury, writer at Creators.co
Brian Salisbury

If you didn't see the recent sixth season finale of FX's Sons of Anarchy...well, by all rights you should stop reading this post.

SPOILERS GALORE!!!

Tragedy has always been a major component of Sons of Anarchy. In fact, so often the story structure of the series has resembled a Shakespearean tragedy. But, you know, with motorcycles.

During the season six finale, one character in particular met a rather tragic end. Well, perhaps brutal is a better word for it. In a recent interview with THR, , who plays (played) Tara, talked about her character's violent exit from the show.

She talked about getting the news from show creator ...

"We sat down to have a chat about what Tara's arc would be for the season, and there was something about the way he sighed, and I was like, "You're not killing me off, are you?" and he said, "Well, darling," which is the way Kurt talks, and that's when I knew."

And even though she hates to watch herself perform, Siff stated that she couldn't help but watch this episode.

"I hate watching myself! (Laughs.) I honestly don't often do it, but I did want to see that episode just because it was the finale, in more ways than one for me, and I thought it was important to watch it put together."

Overall, she said she was happy with her character's demise.

"As an actor I feel like it's an amazing way to go out, it's like a lot of fireworks. And I know that it's going to be a huge part of what the life of next season is, and that's very gratifying."

Read the full interview here

Did you see the episode? What did you think?

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