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I think her motivation is always sort of self-serving, but I think at the same time Tara becomes an ally for Gemma, and I think that they grow pretty close out of circumstance.Maggie Siff: Yeah, I mean I think Kurt did a smart thing in that he created a way for them to have a kind of connection that isn’t purely political, and cuts through to something personal, and allows them to connect in a way that’s very personal, in a way that they might not have otherwise.How do we see that come into play in the new season of “Sons of Anarchy”?Katey Sagal: I think in the new season, you see a sort of upheaval of the previous season, and everyone is starting to change their basic nature out of situation, or in my case, yeah, it’s all situation.Less than five minutes later, I was presented with the opportunity to conduct exclusive interviews with Katey Sagal (Gemma) and Maggie Siff (Tara), and naturally I immediately accepted.
We talked about shaping their character’s personal motivations in the new season, the inherent misogyny of biker gangs and how it’s been overcome, and how the characters they play on “Sons of Anarchy” are different than anything they’ve ever done before. Obviously, Gemma is a very strong matriarch, and she’s also got a pretty strong political gender of her own beyond that.
Katey Sagal: Tara gets in deeper than she planned to, because it’s an interesting group of people, and they all sort of do things that they might normally do, and in Tara’s situation she’s jumping into things she might not except for the love she has for him, for Jax.