‘Sons of Anarchy’ Boss Wants His Twitter Back

Kurt Sutter (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Kurt Sutter (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Kurt Sutter wants his twitter back.

The always outspoken “Sons of Anarchy” creator abandoned his popular and controversial social media postings last month – and left 52,000 followers hanging – after being called out for publicly slamming “Mad Men” creator Matt Wiener.

“I’m looking for a graceful re-entry into Twitter that doesn’t make me look like a complete f–king douchebag for pulling the plug,” he wrote in a recent blog post.  “Truth is, I miss the fan interaction and since my Facebook hacking, unplugging from Twitter has been counter-intuitive to keeping an SOA presence in social media.  Also, how else will those moronic, archaic cave dwellers at the Television Academy know what I’m thinking.”

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Sutter – who is well known in Hollywood for his quick temper and unfiltered opinions – also thinks he may have found a creative way to get people to tune in for Tuesday night’s Season 4 “SOA” premiere (FX, 10/9c).

If ratings beat last year’s debut by ten percent or more, he will fly two random fans to Hollywood to watch a future episode at his house!

“I will pick a loyal SutterInk Twitter follower (I’m not tweeting but my account is still active) and a SutterInk blog follower — fly you and a guest out to Los Angeles, put you up in a non-sh-thole hotel and invite you to my house to watch episode 410 of Sons,” he writes.

“I believe that is Thanksgiving week so I might even be able to convince a few cast members to join us.  Perhaps we’ll call it a party.  My wife, not only is she beautiful and loving, she puts out a nice spread.”

Sutter’s show drew 4.3 million viewer during it’s season three finale.

Wanna keep up with the drama?  Read Sutter’s blog here.  And follow him on Twitter at @SutterInk.

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