Joel McHale's two-episode arc on "Sons Of Anarchy" as a fast-talking con-man named Warren begins Tuesday, Oct. 16, and in an interview with TV Guide, McHale previewed the role, hinting that his character might not survive trying to rip Gemma off.

When asked if his character's odds of survival were high, McHale replied, "Oh no, they are not."

The "Community" star and "The Soup" host spilled a few more details in an earlier video interview with EW. "I got to shoot a gun and then run and shoot, and then jump over an embankment, and I nailed it," McHale said, before mentioning that he was about to shoot a nude scene.

He may have been joking, but then again, "Sons Of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter proved with Walton Goggins' recent cameo that he likes to put his guest stars in compromising situations.

Check out McHale's full interview at TV Guide.

"Sons Of Anarchy" airs Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. ET on FX.

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