What is Courtney Love’s ‘pivotal’ role going to be on ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 7?

Courtney Love on stage.

Courtney Love on stage. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This past week, it was revealed that Courtney Love has joined the cast of the hit FX show, “Sons of Anarchy.” The series about a motorcycle club, their families and the fictional town of Charming, California where they live is heading into its seventh and final season. Love’s role, said to span several episodes, was called “pivotal.” What exactly does that mean?

The character Love will play is that of Ms. Harrison, a preschool teacher. She will be the teacher for Abel, Jax Teller’s oldest son. Love’s appearance is slated for the 4th episode.

As a preschool teacher, how will the character be “pivotal”? For those following the show, it is no secret that Jax will be on a mission this season to not only make his club legitimate once and for all but also to find out who killed his wife, Tara.

Rumors abound that Jax is going to prison himself for Tara’s murder. Drea de Matteo, the actress who plays Wendy – Jax’s first wife and the mother of Abel – has been bummed up to series regular. In the wake of Tara’s death, these two women could play pretty important roles in Abel’s life and therefore in Jax’s, too.

It is possible that while no one could replace Tara, Ms. Harrison could be someone Jax becomes involved with once he is released from prison. It is also possible that she is affiliated with a rival gang or some other antagonist and is there to stir up more trouble for Jax.

There really is no telling at this point just exactly what her role will be or why it is considered pivotal. We will have to wait for the fall premiere for things to get rolling. “Sons of Anarchy

” will premiere its seventh and final season sometime in late September. Many of the cast will appear in a panel at Comic Con later this month.

Do you see Courtney as a preschool teacher? What do you think her role will be?

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