Sons of Anarchy Season 7 is only set to premiere in September and show creator Kurt Sutter has already warned SOA fans to prepare for the worst in the upcoming season.
In his video blog Sutter also hinted that Episode 7 will be the game changer of the final series of FX Network's blockbuster series.
While answering fan queries about the upcoming series the show creator spilled some major spoilers including a Red Wedding style shocker and darker episodes after Episode 4, Latin Post reported.
When an SOA fan asked if Sons of Anarchy will feature any Game of Thrones moments with a Red Wedding style thriller, Sutter did not deny it.
"On a scale of 1 to Red Wedding, what are we in for here?" the Twitter user asked.
"Let's just say you'll soon be calling that other episode BED WETTING," Sutter replied.
Earlier, in his video blog Sutter teased major twists during the seventh episode which will bring some sort of conclusion to the final season of Sons of Anarchy.
"We are in the process of breaking episode 7, which is usually a big episode for us," Sutter said in his video blog.
"It's sort of, it ends up being ... the same way a premiere sets in motion the bigger elements of the season, episode 7 tends to bring some of those things to some sort of conclusion, then sets up what will ultimately be some of the bigger story elements that will bring us into the end of the season."
The show has already killed many of its major characters including Jax's wife Tara Knowles-Teller. Fans are speculating about Jax's next move in the aftermath of Tara's brutal murder.
Even as SAMCRO matriarch Gemma, who killed Tara in cold blood, remains untouched, it will be interesting to see how Jax reacts when he learns that his own blood has killed his love.
Juice, who helped hide Gemma's misdeeds, can also face Jax's ire in the upcoming season.
And, if Sutter's hints come true it is possible that Episode 7 could very well feature Jax's revenge against his mother and those who tried to help her.
Sons of Anarchy Season 7 will premiere in September on FX Network. The date, however, is yet to be announced.
Here's the video blog by Kurt Sutter.