Opie did exactly what you are supposed to do when you find out someone, anyone, has killed part of your family. He shot Clay just like he deserved; the same way Clay killed his loved ones, without a care.
I can’t believe Jax shot Opie. I don’t know why he didn’t let him finish Clay off if that’s what Opie wanted to do. At least Jax just shot him in the hand. Doesn’t matter though, that friendship will never be the same. Clay got two in the chest but something tells me he is going to survive. He was calling the shots after the shooting, even as he was being carried out.
Unser should have started prospecting the minute he left the force, he’d be a member by now. He’s done more dirty work than most prospects ever get to see, let alone do.
Jax driving Opie to emergency – he should just turn around and help him finish Clay off. He would, if he knew all the truth; the truth about Clay killing J.T. and trying to kill Tara. He would do it in a hot second.
Opie is over the promises, he’s heard enough. This club has dragged his life over the coals, and his best friend is quitting. Opie is over the bullshit.
Unser fed that Sheriff a bunch of lies, that’s ok, but he should have told the guys it wasn’t the truth when he told the sheriff that he really didn’t know who shot Clay. Bad intel is worse than no intel.
Gemma isn’t too concerned about Clay, die now, die later, either one works for her.
That AUSA is licking his lips at the up and coming sting. I think he is counting his chickens before they hatch.
Tara is starting to see the repercussions of her holding onto those letters. Piney dead, Gemma beaten, what’s next? Tara isn’t upset at all about Clay. No surprise, he just threatened her. Tara should know Jax loves him without having to ask him to say it. He has killed men in front of her, for her. If that’s not love, what is? Tara is right, that was real when she said “if I could stop I would”. Now that’s Love.
Bobby not signing out of Stockton is a big red flag. You don’t sign in and not sign out unless they keep you. Bad sign.
Gemma is weaving a web so tight no one will ever get out. She is playing Tara to get what she wants. Those letters are Tara’s leverage, she shouldn’t just give them up.
If Lenny says Otto made a deal, then he did. Lenny gets his intel from inside, I would believe him.
Tig is making a bad decision based on bad intel, a decision that is going to have repercussions for the whole club. Broad daylight, drive through cafe, not smart. Everyone saw him do it, probably recognized him. Working on emotion is not what men do, men work on logic. Making decisions on emotion will always get you messed up. Better off to sleep on it. Tig should have stashed the bike better and let them drive by. He might have made it away.
Gemma finally gets what she wants, the letters. I doubt she will give them to Clay. Even if she did I don’t think it will stop him, too many people know too much. I knew for sure she would take out any incriminating evidence against herself. The truth is a little overwhelming for her; past memories that were thought dead, resurfacing, reading and remembering, that she was in it from the beginning. Got to be a heavy weight to carry. That is if you have a conscience.
Tig screwed up and now he needs an escort out of dodge. That’s what being in the club is about, backing your Brother up at all times, no matter how stupid a mistake he makes. You back your Brother up against all comers, then sort it out with him later. The guys give Tig an escort home without questioning what he had done. Some cool bike tricks. They got away for now, but they really screwed up, they made a real war with the Niners. Some decisions have repercussions that are so far reaching you would never be able to see it at the moment. Tig should stay off the streets and off his bike, they know what he looks like. Riding to the hospital right after a high speed chase in the same clothes and on the same bike ain’t smart. But neither was the daylight drive through in front of witnesses.
Why is Romeo giving Jax bad intel? We know that Otto ratted. I don’t know why he did that, except maybe he wants the deal to go down.
Aint gonna find Juice, probably getting ready for witness protection.
Tig’s got feelings. Wow. Crying on Gemma’s shoulder, scared of dolls, the whole bit, who knew? He’s got more feelings than Gemma, as far as Clay is concerned.
Gemma is setting up Jax to finish what Opie didn’t, the same way Unser set up Opie. Gemma is telling a tale to suit her needs and Jax is falling for it hook line and sinker. He should be asking her why she stayed with the man that killed his father. Gemma is straight putting the task of killing Clay on Jax. She wants him dead before he can wake up and drag her in it. She is taking a risk, telling the whole truth to Jax and Tara, cause if Clay doesn’t die, you can bet he will let everyone know she is complicit from the start.
Tara is smarter than Gemma, she is smarter than anyone gave her credit for, and more ruthless also. It has been cool to watch her transformation. Or was it a transformation? I am starting think she knew who she was, what she wanted, and how she was going to get it from the beginning. Either way, she is cool. Cool like ice.
Tara knows the truth about the past and Clay knows she knows it. That will be a loose end he will want to clean up when he recovers. They say Clay will pull through the surgery. I knew he would, only the good die young.
Tara shows Jax how to get the job done. Even Gemma is impressed. Yep, beautiful, educated, successful, and a killer – Tara’s got it all. Mom would be proud. She’s got the power, and the power calls the shots.
There is nothing more powerful, than the power of love.