Sons of Anarchy: How Will Jax Handle His "Emotional Devastation"?

There's no crying in outlaw biker gangs, right?

As Sons of Anarchy roars back for its third season, the leather-clad, gun-running testosterone that has fueled the series takes a bit of a backseat to resolving last season's cliff-hanger: the abduction of Jax's infant son, Abel.

"I just wanted to begin the season showing the emotional devastation of that," creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter tells "Even though these guys navigate in a fairly dangerous world, ultimately what happened to Jax is not in the outlaw handbook."

When the show resumes, Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) is so crushed that he can barely lift himself from the floor to bathe. And even though his fellow club members understand his grief, they also grow frustrated at his lack of interest in retaliation. "We're playing with the idea that perhaps Jax is too deep a thinker and perhaps too sensitive for this lifestyle," Sutter says.

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