While most SAMCRO fans were focused on FX's Sons of Anarchy's panel discussion at the 2013 Comic-Con convention a couple weekends ago, it was actor Mark Boone (Bobby) who spoke behind those very curtains to gave some juicy details on his character, who many had speculated would quit the club.
Last season saw SAMCRO's cutting out his patch in frustration. However, with many of the show's loyalists questioning Bobby's future with the Sons, Boone undoubtedly put their minds at ease by dishing to Daemons Media that Bobby will ultimately be staying put.
"Just because he took off his officer's patch doesn't mean he's leaving the club. You can't really leave that club that easily. I mean, he is the senior member, now, the senior member in that club," he said.
The 58-year-old reassured that it was his character's duty to stick around due to his heart and experience.
"Now that Clay is out, you know, we lost all the, all the original nine are gone. Bobby's the oldest cat around. So I don't think if-if you, if you followed Bobby's character, he's not really the kind of guy to give up that easy," Boone added.
Latest chatter on season 6's 90-minute premiere episode
Sons of Anarchy is set to return for season 6 on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 10/9 p.m. Central on the FX network. Be sure to keep checking back for more of the latest details on the program. Boone's video clip can be watched below.