And cut to a woman trading her body. Gemma was back at her house with Clay, sitting on their bed. Clay admitted he was surprised he was there after all he’d done. The only good that came out of the chaos he created, he said, was that it showed him the only thing he cares about is her. He told her he didn’t want to be there unless it’s really what she wants — because he can’t handle losing her twice. I believed him, but it doesn’t mean I think she should take him back. But Gemma had to go through with the plan. She kissed him. That was a fairly brilliant way to make that happen — Clay was kind enough that it wasn’t totally repulsive; Gemma knew she was hurting him in the long run. | SONS OF ANARCHY 5.10 - “Crucifixed” Recap [x]
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QUESTION: The sexual tension between Gemma and Tig is apparent on the show. Is it weird doing those scenes knowing her husband (show creator Kurt Sutter) is watching?
KIM COATES: It’s funny because on the second season, when Tig is all wacked out and Gemma is even more wacked out, it’s very unfortunate. But then these two stars aligned to this moment of attraction, which never really went any further, which was probably a very good thing. I asked Sutter “What is it like watching that?” and he said “It’s just like foreplay. No big deal.” My respect to Katey is fairly huge. We all love her. I don’t think about [the sexual tension] with Tig. I protect Gemma. I love Gemma. I really used to love Clay and now Clay and Tig are on their way out. So, Gemma and me, I don’t know what her answer would be but I adore when I have stuff to do with her. I’m not really looking forward to the point of us hooking up again because I don’t think Tig wants that, but I certainly love working with [Katey]. [x]