Jax is using Pope just as much as Pope is using Jax to reach the ends of each own’s means. Pope is all about business and money. He sure seems to have gotten over the loss of his daughter pretty quick. Way too quick for me, but you know I don’t trust anyone, especially someone with a known grudge against my club. They have to be especially watched.
Lots of money changing hands, big percentages. Money is a powerful tool. I have seen great members turn out to be not so great when some money was put in front of them and they made bad choices. That usually ends very badly.
Nothing like the loss of a loved one, no pain as great as that. And nothing feels as good as exacting the revenge on the person or parties that deserve it.
Roosevelt isn’t going to stop till he finds out who killed his wife. She got a good scratch, so they have DNA which usually closes the case these days. It’s only a matter of time till they figure this out.
Clay is playing the sympathy card with Juice. He doesn’t need that oxygen, he needs someone near him that might try to save him. He needs people to think he’s weak while he gets stronger. He is evil smart. Unser and Clay are playing a game of fish, trying to see what’s what. Clay can not be trusted, he’s gotta go.
Carla is a sick evil twisted woman. Could you imagine walking into your kitchen and finding her in the morning?
Close vote, the table is dividing. Like I said, money is a powerful tool. It can get in the way of what is supposed to really matter. That’s one of the reasons it’s hard to continually put this one thing first in your life. It doesn’t pay any bills. It gives you something else – brotherhood, a family, which is priceless – but you have to be able to see it. Now Greg’s got a bandage on his neck, he ain’t bright enough to cover that up. Tara is more of an outlaw than a doctor at this point. What she is doing is for sure a felony.
The fact that these guys can all have a meeting and talk business without killing each other, backed by the CIA, is one big achievement. In fact, it’s so big, I think it’s safe to say it doesn’t happen too often in the real world. The last time they got together it didn’t turn out too well.
Carla is committed that’s for sure. She’s got real love on her mind. If she can’t have him, then she doesn’t want to live, that’s real love. Real crazy love.
Killing that guard is something that had to happen. His wife was just a casualty of the event and wasn’t supposed to be home. Tig had no problem canceling her contract. She scratched him good though. That’s gonna make people think he got scratched by Rita. Didn’t take them long to find the guard. Pope actually found the guard but no matter, revenge is sweet, and necessary, to close chapters that need to be closed. Jax beating him to death had to be done, Opie was Jax’s pal. A real pal isn’t at your funeral. A real pal is putting the guy in the ground that put you in the ground, then, and only then, he goes to the funeral.
Otto is the only one that can reverse RICO. Only problem is Otto is done with it all. He’s on death row; he’s got nothing to look forward to, except revenge. Don’t make him do something horrible.
Of course Gemma calls Clay to clean up her mess. Clay disposes a body with the ease of taking out the garbage.
Pope is a cold, calculating businessman, careful and thinking ahead. He’s got a five million dollar policy that insures his killer will be killed and his revenge will be exacted. Jax has a similar policy, so does Chibs, Tig, Bobby, Happy, and all the rest of the Brothers. Just being a brother insures that your revenge will be exacted, that your killer will be killed. THEN they will go to your funeral.
Unser laid some truth on Gemma, and the truth hurts. I don’t know what he’s thinking, those two are friends, unless I missed something. One kiss doesn’t mean anything. Maybe Unser is suffering from some kind of delusions. Delusions of Gemma.
I don’t think Roosevelt would have cared one bit if he had killed Bobby. Everyone is changing and getting further away from their own reality. Roosevelt is a good cop, not someone that takes the law in his own hands. He believes in the law, so to run Bobby off the road is out of his realm.
You reap what you sow. Sometimes you reap the whirlwind. That’s when heads go rolling.
Gemma has taken a swan dive off the deep end, out cruising bars for action. I wonder how far she will go.
Tara is a young version of that. She knows Jax is lying to her; they all lie so easily to each other. And when you lie a lot, then you can easily see when some one is lying to you. Clay has been behind this all along. No wonder, he figures if everyone sees it all fall apart when Jax got a hold of it, he would get it back. Clay is in way too deep to live.
You reap what you sow, fear the Reaper.