Get Familiar With Tig, The Lovable Scamp From 'Sons Of Anarchy'

You've always wanted to meet a criminal biker. Here's your chance. Sons of Anarchy has been giving us some pretty neat clips recently that give us background simultaneously into the lives of the characters and the actors playing them through their "Before the Anarchy" webisodes. This go-round, we get privy to the goings on of Tig, one of the more colorful characters in a cast that is riddled with colorful characters. So drop on by, say hello, and try not to get your skull cracked in by this dude. Actually, don't even say hello. That might just piss him off more.

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