My house is getting so crowded I might have to watch the show on a TV in the garage. All that yelling, screaming, and crying makes it hard to concentrate.
As if Jax doesn’t have enough on his plate, now Tara has given him another ultimatum and he has to decide right away. That’s one of the things you learn going prospecting, that nothing can stress you out. Everything for you is like water on a duck’s back. There is nothing you can’t handle, no problem you can’t solve.
Clay wants to start things new with Gemma with no lies, which is a ridiculous concept. Gemma is incapable of not lying, as is Clay. The history they have is based on a lifetime of lies to each other and to the world together. They are both such great liars that it is hard to tell who is playing whom, both feeding little bits of info hoping to get more. Clay has a great poker face, like a deer in the headlights. He didn’t know that information about Tara, but that all makes sense to him now, why Otto flipped, why Rico went away, how fast he has to make some moves.
Tara wasn’t careful at all, she thought she wasn’t going to get caught, and she did. Now it’s time to reap the whirlwind – which is exactly what it feels like when you get twisted up in the judicial system, like you are in a spinning vortex. Jax is feeling the weight of it all, that’s obvious. He just shouldn’t let anyone else see it. They gotta figure out a way to get away from the Cartel and get life back on track.
Who is the guy beating Otto? That has to be some relative, or maybe the husband of that nurse. He is somebody who really cares, somebody willing to do something about it. That first hit with the baton would have put Otto in a coma, given him a concussion at least.
Jax is pretty desperate for information for him to trust Gemma, he knows that she can’t be trusted. Just talking to her is an exercise in futility. Jax shouldn’t trust Gemma, that’s a mistake.
Clay needs allies and he’s making moves. He should be grateful for what Tig did. Tig did run Pope’s daughter over out of love, even if it was a big mistake. Clay killed everything he and Tig had and now he is trying to salvage what is left, except there is nothing left. At least Tig is real enough to let him know what he really thinks.
Trouble just follows these guys, and it ain’t just them. Opening day at the Porn Palace and there is still trouble. Nero brings his own trouble, he is from the street. Jax doesn’t have time for nonsense, it’s a much easier solution to give them some guns and move on than to deal with more bullshit. Amazing the cops didn’t show up after Bobby shot that gun… amazing.
Chucky is as weird as ever, definitely certifiable. Juice on the loose searching for info from Clay, the last one Clay trusts, will probably wind up in a mess, Juice isn’t capable of doing things right.
Gemma lies with so much ease it’s scary. Clay isn’t falling for her act, he is playing an act of his own. They belong together; they shouldn’t have turned on each other, they are two of a kind.
Unser made Tara throw up with that story, about not knowing what to do, she knows exactly what to do.
Clay can not let Romeo kill Jax, he has to try and stop that. To Romeo it really is all business and he will kill anyone that stands in his way. Half Cartel half CIA, I would say he has no problem with anything.
Pretty obvious that gun deal was going bad from the start. That was a pretty heavy roll that car took, and then drive away? They don’t make them like they used to.
Nero is a for real cat, he’s a good partner to have. He is willing to go the distance to make sure things turn out his way. Hard to imagine a pimp would fall for any one girl, especially one with as much drama and baggage as Gemma, but love is a fickle thing.
Jax should listen to Clay. I know it’s hard to listen to someone when your heart is filled with hate. Sometimes you have to hear all sides, you don’t have to listen, but you should hear it all and make a decision. Clay told him in no uncertain terms, that Romeo is going to kill him. Jax should listen.
Strange to see Nero at the clubhouse so much, I am amazed Clay doesn’t try to kill him since he is trying to kill everyone else. Nero is fooling around with his wife; I would say that qualifies him for Clay’s hit list.
Tara taking the offer is the smartest thing for her to do. She needs to make an exit strategy.
Who is that guy that has it in for Otto? Otto doesn’t look too happy hearing the news about his next few months of pain.
Jax is going to a lot of lengths to make sure the guns can keep flowing so he can split.
Nero ain’t playing; he shot those guys from his crew like it was nothing. He really likes Jax and is a good partner to have. He has honor.
Bobby couldn’t do anything when they took Jax, there were guns pointed at his head. It would have been certain death to try and stop them. Better to live and regroup.
Jax did a big thing setting all this up so the club can back out of guns and drugs, it’s a pay cut, but now they might live long enough to spend some of the money. It was history making for Jax to vote out guns and drugs, that is what his Father was trying to do. That is the first step to getting away, having the club vote it out.
Clay will believe whatever Gemma tells her, because he wants to. Gemma is wearing the pants in the arrangement for now. I think she always did, or at least Clay let her think she does, either way it worked for them.
Nero is upset but ok with the fact he killed those two guys from his gang for nothing, or at least if for no other reason than just to take back his rep. It is amazing that Clay didn’t kill him at the back door. He did have a gun in his hand.
You cannot stop the inevitable, that’s why it’s called inevitable. Nero is confused, to say the least, which is just the way Gemma likes her men: confused.
Leave Juice in charge and you can be sure things will get screwed up. He left Clay alone, Clay got to the documents and now they are gone.
Juice deserved that knockout and a whole lot more. He’s got it coming. And right or wrong when you don’t fight back, you are out quicker than we can say good bye.
After Jax broke it down for Bobby and Chibs that Clay killed his dad, and tried to kill Tara, that should be enough for them. Jax will never stop until his revenge is exacted.
Bobby is playing both sides, and that’s a dangerous way to play. He shouldn’t cross Jax. He should practice what he always preaches and let the club decide.