Sons of Anarchy: David LaBrava Says “We’re Killing So Many People It’s Like a Bad Disease”

David LaBrava (Happy) and Niko Nicotera (Ratboy) talk about the final season of Sons of Anarchy where the theme will be blood, death and very few survivors…

By Damon Martin — Editor/Lead Writer

All bets are off and nobody is safe as the final season of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ gets underway on September 9 on FX.  Creator Kurt Sutter has an end game in mind and like every season of the show that means there’s going to be a body count.

But with no tomorrow after the final episode airs in just a few months, the characters that fans have gotten to know and love could all possibly be on the chopping block.

One actor who has been with the show since the very beginning has no clue if he will survive to the end, but he knows most of the members of the Sons won’t see episode 13.

The theme of this final season according to David LaBrava, who plays Sergeant-At-Arms Happy, an enforcer with a certain level of love for brutality, the question for this year remains who will survive and what will be left of them?

“Blood, death, genocide, revenge, I mean it, I’m not playing one bit,” LaBrava told Nerdcore Movement about the theme this season. “The scripts are so amazing. We’re killing so many people it’s like a bad disease.”

Filming is still ongoing in Los Angeles so if LaBrava is already teasing the kind of destruction headed towards Charming already, it’s hard to imagine what the fallout could be for the season as a whole.

Check out this exclusive interview with David LaBrava and Niko Nicotera, who plays Ratboy, as they look towards the final season of ‘Sons of Anarchy’:

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