I don’t think Gemma would be worried for nothing. If she senses danger then there probably is. There has to be something in those letters to make her worry so bad; And Clay isn’t worried at all. Seems like they both have something going on.
Jax. Daddy. Killer. Dealer. Trafficker. Outlaw. Engaged to a Doctor. Works for him. I don’t know why he would tell her about the murders. Tara is on a need to know basis. Why make her complicit? Opie knew enough to just say “no”. I guess I have some trust issues.
So Worski was an undercover cop. His death rocked Linc Potter’s world. Linc knows enough to see the Mayor for who he really is, and real enough to say it.
No wonder the Sons weren’t worried about the Russians. They are in bed with the Galindo Cartel. Mexican Mafia. And now they have carte blanche to do whatever they want.
Cocaine. The Son’s don’t sell drugs. No wonder Jax is pissed. And Clay shouldn’t have made a deal like that without bringing it up for vote.
So Jax is making his own deal to leave the Club. I didn’t see that coming. Neither did Clay. At least Clay is being honest; he wants out, he wants money, and he is willing to sell his soul and integrity to get it.
Now that’s a lot of cash. Cash like that buys freedom, attorneys, you name it. Cash like that could change a man’s mind, especially if he is weak of heart.
Opie and Jax grew up together. Childhood pals. That was deep when Opie said he doesn’t know who he is talking to anymore. Prison can change a man’s way of thinking. I know it seems crazy, Jax thinking about leaving the club, to someone who isn’t in a club. First attach yourself to a group of other personalities, strong like your own, then devote your entire existence to its survival. See if it doesn’t take you on a rollercoaster ride from Hell. That’s normal. If you love it real hard, if you lose sleep, it will rip your heart out. Then some Brother calls you, makes your day, you go on a great run, makes you remember what it’s all about. Makes you feel more alive than ever. Swell your club pride. Ups and downs, just like life.
Bobby is all club. He won’t let that drug deal fly. He knows better. He has been the voice of reason since the beginning, always putting the club first. Piney too. No way those two will let drugs fly, not without a fight. Drugs are a whole new ball game. Dealing with the Cartel, well that’s a whole new sport.
Linc Potter’s men took off. They couldn’t handle the death of their fellow agent. You would think that would make them pissed and even more rabid, but I guess not.
Linc Potter smells something bigger, a bigger fish to fry. He just has to find him.
Oswald doesn’t need that warehouse. Not as much as Clay does. Besides, Clay is a great negotiator.
I didn’t think the Russians were gone for good. Retaliation always happens, at least once. I knew they’d be back. I’m surprised Jax and Opie didn’t see it. They should have been on high alert. They are in deep shit.
Gemma is clever. My old Lady knew she would find what she was looking for, with a serious quickness. The truth always has a way of resurfacing, and always at the worst possible time. I don’t know why she put them back in the drawer. I thought she would have stuffed them in her purse.
Tig trying to convince Bobby to vote the drugs in won’t work. It goes against what Bobby believes in. Clay has everyone on the outside, just like Bobby says. Clay is focused, committed to the task at hand. So is Bobby.
Ever notice how cops always show up at the worst possible moment. Must be a coincidence or something. I don’t know what to make of the new Sheriff. He doesn’t seem like he can be bought.
That was screwed up messing up the clubhouse. Hard to watch. That is sacred ground.
Romeo is a severe badass, no question. He didn’t even flinch when those shots came at him. And how did he know to show up? Now that’s a good friend to have. I keep telling my brothers it’s good to have friends in high places and low ones. If Romeo hadn’t shown up, there would be two less members.
Tara pulled it out of her hat, announcing their engagement at the right time. They needed to be brought out of the dumps, standing in their destroyed clubhouse. Did you see her look when Clay gave her a kiss? She didn’t look happy. And how about Gemma and Unser’s glance at each other, They got history and suspicion.
Somethings up in Charming. Three more dead, the body count stands at twelve.
See you next week.