Friday November 11, 2011
Unser’s cleaning up the mess, again. What their lives’ would be like without their own personal law man, I don’t know. I just know every outlaw club in the country should have their own cop to cover the bases and clean up the messes.
Gemma has a good idea why Clay took that money; she’s not dumb. She’s been around the block once or twice. The writing is on the wall, but knowing it and proving it are two different things.
I would say Clay is for sure, one of, if not the most, evil men, I have ever come across. Killing your stepson’s wife, the mother of your grandkids, that’s low.
Jax and Tara are getting a glimpse of what life could be like…free, just them, not a real worry in the world, not the club, not the cartel, not the danger.
Clay looked like he saw a ghost when Gemma told him Jax was with Tara. He held his composure very well, but he looked like his heart stopped. He can’t stop what he started. The cartels play for keeps. Sending Tig after Jax will be a wild goose chase with Jax having a ten hour lead.
Jax dealt with that CHP well, especially after he got freaked out. You let them set the pace, if they are polite, you are polite, but you can never take shit from anyone.
Sheriff Roosevelt is trying to redeem himself, a little late, but he is trying. He has figured out the AUSA is a piece of shit, a lying conniving manipulating man, out to exact the end to his means, no matter what laws he breaks. That part of the show is real.
Clay is unraveling, Gemma can see something is up and she is going to keep pushing that envelope. She knows Clay killed Piney and she has a good idea he took that money to kill Tara. Clay is done with her questions, she is just an old lady; an old lady that is complicit and knows all his secrets and what can bring him down. I think Clay should be treating her like a partner, she did help him get where he is. They killed JT together. How quick things can change, especially when you’re in too deep.
They bungled the hit on Tara and made it a kidnapping, but Jax saved the day. He kept his cool, took aim and stopped that vehicle. Tara is screwed, her hand is crushed. Those dudes might have spoken Spanish, but they were white, not Mexican military.
At the hospital, Gemma knows it’s Clay who did this. The club is in too deep and they know it, you can see it on their faces. Wheels are turning and they need to stop, but they just keep on turning. They think all this shit is from the cartel. Imagine what will happen when they find out its Clay. Everything you live for, your ideals, your reason, out the window. What do you do then? When the thing you believe in most, the men you believe in most turn out to be nothing at all. Not worth shit. What do you do then?
Juice is a piece of shit, I don’t know how he lives with himself. How can he wake up day after day and look himself in the mirror? I don’t know. He thinks he can redeem himself by only ratting on a few to save his own ass and then save the club, but nothing can redeem Juice, nothing.
Laroy ain’t playin. When you come charging into a Niner bar, you get fired upon. Makes sense, especially after three of their guys got killed that morning. Alvarez believes in an eye for an eye. Rafi’s dead, a Niner’s dead. Those relationships are over.
Tara’s exit strategy is gone. All she has left is to be an old lady. Her hand is crushed with a lot of nerve damage. She is a surgeon, or was. No one is going to hire her now. She blames Jax and the life for all of this happening to her.
Gemma called it exactly, Clay got a refund for the hit not going through. There is only so much Clay can take until he snaps, which is not a lot. I cannot believe he beat the shit out of Gemma. That was not smart. How will he explain that? Jax is not going to understand it at all. Clay is evil personified.
I am amazed the club isn’t taking notice of Juice talking to the Sheriff all the time. He shows up and wants to speak to Juice so he can apologize, trying to find some justification. Sheriff needs to figure which side of the fence he is on.
Jax coming clean doesn’t mean anything to Opie. Opie stayed after Donna was killed, and he came back for Jax after he wanted out. There is no way he will understand Jax leaving. Opie needs Jax in this club.
Jax has to play the cards he has been dealt and tough it out. Telling Opie to go patch things up with his wife and dad, to hang onto his family, the club, this is what Jax needs to do. He needs to hang onto his family, all of it, Tara, the boys, AND the club. They are Jax’s family. He just has to get the cartel out of his equation and he will be better off. Get back to the basics.
Gemma is tough, nothing’s broken. Her face is bashed in, she knows what has to be done, and she will give that executive order. Clay has got to die, at the hand of a son, her son.
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Wednesday November 2, 2011
Sons don’t kill themselves, men don’t kill themselves. That is a coward’s way out.
Jax is right, the club would vote Juice out, he can no longer be trusted. There is a big difference between thinking about hanging yourself and actually doing it. Nothing could, or should, ever make you want to be dead. Even if you were standing on a corner in the rain at three in the morning, strung out with a big dope habit, waiting on a dealer that is not coming cause he is watching a re run of a Lakers play off – it is still better that being dead. At least you’re still in the game, you can turn it around. Now Chibs is going out on a limb for Juice. He better keep a good eye on him. Juice is a liar, a rat and a coward and that is a fact.
Now it’s Clay reaching for straws. Very Presidential the way Clay is convincing Galaan to do the deal, especially when Galaan’s initial instincts are right about the cartels. They play a different game. The Irish are like classy arms dealers, going to church, respecting women and children. Cartels don’t respect anything. Although neither one should be messed with, unless you are also ready to go the distance.
That Sheriff blew Juice’s cover. How is he going to drop a bunch of burner phones on him in the middle of the yard? How could no one see? Insane.
That Hospital administrator is really hoping for Jax and Tara to split up. Tara and her bonded when they were kidnapped. Everyone is in everyone else’s business, everywhere.
Tara looked in that envelope and all the blood rushed out of her face. Now she does have something to worry about. Somebody got those letters, no good.
The US Attorney is as crooked as can be. Setting up Juice, and even going so far to set up the Sheriff. He is lying and manipulating Otto and everyone is just a means to his end. He doesn’t give a damn about the constitution or human rights. That shit goes on every day, everywhere.
Laroy is from the street, he ain’t scared. He knew enough to bring some soldiers to the meet way out in the middle of nowhere.
Gemma finding Piney dead is a big thing. That is like losing her big brother. It is easy for her and Unser to figure out that Clay did it. He lied the night before about being in the clubhouse. Gemma is always protecting Clay. He is all she’s got. Unser has a point though, Clay is beyond saving. He is on his path and he is going to see it through. Unser can clean it up, again. He might get another big kiss.
Now that’s a fire fight. The Cartel is straight militant and the Niners are full on street war fare. Lobo came prepared; they blew a hole in the wall and made an escape route. That’s preparation.
Jax pulled some Presidential shit saving the Niners. He’s right, this isn’t Mexico; they are not kings, these rules are different. When in Rome….or Stockton
Piney was bluffing and it got him killed. He never saw any letters. Tara never showed him. Clay isn’t taking any chances. Get in his way and you are dead, doesn’t matter who you are.
Tara was right not to show Jax those letters. Let him find them on his own. She doesn’t want to be the one to fuel that fire. That might create a bad feeling that won’t go away. Tara has an escape plan in motion. I don’t know why Gemma wouldn’t want her grandkids away from this mess. Jax is exactly correct in thinking to get his family as far away as possible from all of it.
Otto can not believe the charter lied to him again. This might push him over the edge. Linc has no boundaries, no morals, no code.
Bobby knows the club needs Jax to survive. He saw that today when Jax saved Laroy.
Jax let Clay know what’s up. Better not talk about his woman like that, and they need an exit strategy. If they don’t start planning an exit strategy, they will probably end up dead.
Juice flipped when he saw the war room the feds have. He’s a rat and so caught up in everything he is supposed to be against, that his head is spinning. He is dumb enough to believe the cops and think he can make things right, but he can’t. He crossed lines, and I think when Chibs and the club finds out he will be dead.
Gemma knew she had to confront Clay with Piney’s death to try and save Tara. Gemma can plead all she wants, but Clay is an evil bastard. He doesn’t give a shit. He will lie right to her face, and anyone else that gets in his way. And now Gemma gave Clay the info when and where to get her. Clay is the world heavy weight champion of liars.
Jax is going with Tara. This is a good thing. It’s time for him to take responsibility for his family.
Clay on the phone. I don’t wonder who he is calling, not at all, he is calling the Cartel.
Good thing Jax is going with Tara.
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Thursday October 20, 2011
So Juice is turning to prayer? I guess when all else fails….
God might forgive him, but I don’t think the club will. He broke every rule there is. He killed a member to cover up his lie, informed on the club, cooperated with the police, and lied to his brothers. The only thing he didn’t do is sleep with a brother’s old lady…just give him time.
Tara’s citizen mechanism kicked in. “Normal people call the police when they get death threats.” Except Gemma is right, Tara’s life is anything but normal.
Alvarez has quite an operation – naked ladies packing bags and filling tortillas. Sounds like a band the kids listen to. No one would think to look in a bag of tortillas. Just another delivery, pass the salsa.
These guys go from situation to situation. That wasn’t just a hit, those guys were serious. Running over your own man? That’s brutal. This show is continually cranking up the throttle.
Juice walks around like he is scared of getting caught. It’s way visible. He just can’t handle it.
Alvarez is a straight up soldier. Smoking a cigarette and having a conversation while he gets sewn up. That’s tough. And cool as a cucumber. Bullet holes ain’t fun.
Another cartel, Lobo. Pissed off and looking for blood. No good.
Tara is turning out to be a little Gemma. She doesn’t seem conflicted at all. She can’t stand being near Clay. Her radar must be up.
The guys pull up and do a home invasion, in their patches? Maybe they should have left them on the bikes. They walk in, murders are committed, and no witnesses?
Tara ain’t stupid, she can figure it out and see if Gemma is lying at the same time. Drugs, cartels, maybe she wants to rethink this. This IS why everything is happening to her, good and bad.
Eli is a clean cop and that AUSA is a dirty piece of shit. Corrupt to the letter, breaking the law to enforce the law. Threatening Eli with a complaint on his record unless he breaks the law. Coercion at a high level.
Alvarez knows who they are dealing with – people that would write a threat in the blood of the children. I would say it’s time to get out now.
Juice is lying. Clay is Lying. Unser is lying. Gemma invented lying. It seems to be an epidemic. Better get a better plan, Clay ain’t playing. He will kill Unser in a minute.
Opie seems surprised that Lyla split. She doesn’t want to be a mommy, she wants to be porn star.
Bobby is challenging the leadership, he has had enough. Clay seconded his own vote to out him. That took Bobby by surprise. Be careful what you wish for, running the ship ain’t easy.
No one is picking up the phone because no one wants to talk to anyone else. They’ve got nothing to say.
Tara wants to believe Jax so bad. Jax wants to deliver even badder.
Juice really messed up now, suicide. That is one messed up kid. That’s a coward’s way out.
It’s a club divided.
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Friday October 14, 2011
One kilo light. That’s not good, not good at all. Especially when those drugs belong to a cartel. The hole’s getting deep. Alvarez looked a little nervous talking about the cartel. That’s not good. Got to be bad if Alvarez is nervous. They want answers, time to call Happy.
Dawn? Tig’s daughter? I didn’t even know Tig had a daughter. Gemma sure knew. Half of Satan’s Spawn. Who’s the other half? Do I even want to know? That was a fake crying act if I ever saw one. Dawn is trouble, that’s plain to see.
Faked those Prospects out. Fear is an incredible tool when you know how to use it. Maybe they can scare the Prospects into confessing. Maybe they could, if they did it. They didn’t do it, so there is nothing to confess. How long is Juice going to stay quiet? His hole is just getting deeper and deeper.
Ima’s not too popular with the Ol’ Lady’s. When she hits the screen, the house goes wild, cat calls, whistles, Me AND my Ol’ Lady want to see Tara rip her tits off. We’re hoping to get that in the box set.
Piney has plenty to drink about, at nine AM, or anytime. He’s a professional, he can handle it. Gemma is the Mother eternal, to everyone, “Stop drinking, watch the kid.” Cool.
Gemma and Tara lying to Lyla- that must have not felt good. Some lies take years to uncover, some minutes. Ima better keep that .38 close, Tara is a killer. And if Tara won’t or can’t, I think my Ol’ Lady will volunteer.
Russian Roulette is an answer, maybe not the best answer, but it’s a start. Filthy Phil couldn’t handle it, spilled his cookies. Rat is overthinking this shit. It’s easy, put the gun to your head and pull the trigger, simple.
These guys go from one situation to another. Domestic issue at the clubhouse? I think that would take a back seat to the cartel on the way with a missing brick. Dawn is playing Tig for cash. I don’t think Tig minds. This is a new side to Tig, human. Dawn is like a grifter. Except she’s hitting family, not unknown people.
Piney’s got a mean right hook. Knocked Opie to the ground, now that ain’t no easy trick; Opie is a big boy. You can take the porn star and put her in the kitchen, but there’s no telling how long she will stay there. Lyla is a porn star and Opie is trying to make her Donna. Maybe she doesn’t want to be a Mommy again. I think having an abortion says that. Opie ain’t having it, that’s a deal breaker.
The sting of betrayal doesn’t fade quickly, I don’t know if it ever goes away all the way. Trust is a heavy thing, it’s like virginity, once it’s gone, it ain’t coming back.
Clay breaks every code in the book. He just told Unser if he goes down, he won’t be keeping his mouth shut, that he will be taking him down with him. That is the furthest thing from the Outlaw lifestyle. Clay is a ruthless killer, out for himself. Stand in his way, you end up dead.
Chibs is talking straight wisdom. You know what it’s about when you sign up. If we get rid of the rules, then we are just like everyone else. This is a tough life, club life, it’s not for everyone, or everyone would do it.
Juice is freaking out ‘cause he is responsible. I don’t know how long he can let this go on. He has to get his hands on that brick and put it back. Romeo is on the way, time to find that brick or give him a body. Some times the herd needs thinning, but not this way.
Wow, I’m in shock. Juice killed a member in good standing, to cover his lie. And the club believes him. And why not? Miles is too dead to plead his case. Miles was behaving correctly. He didn’t take matters into his own hands, he was going to let the club decide. Juice went from goat to hero, and how about Happy killing a dead guy. Psycho.
Opie can’t believe Miles did it, that’s his boy. It solved half of Juice’s problems, now he just has informing on the club to deal with. Bad, very bad.
Clay is pure evil. He is going to have Romeo kill Tara. That’s heavy, he will stop at nothing. His survival instincts are intact. Jax doesn’t trust Clay one bit. And why should he? Clay lies effortlessly, he will smile to your face, while he stabs you line back.
Jax is real. He handled Ima, gotta protect his family.
Unser is taking precautions, leaving that note. It’s the only way he can involve the cops.
Gemma is the eternal mother, to all of them. Clay is the eternal killer.
Wow. Can’t wait for next week.
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Friday October 7, 2011
Otto knows Bobby was with Luann. That’s not good. Sleeping with your Brother’s wife. That’s how you get ousted. Quick.
Trust. Not a lot of that going on in Charming. The trust doesn’t have to be broken, just the thought of broken trust is enough to destroy everything.
Juice knows that Sheriff is reaching out of his jurisdiction. Too bad the Sheriff doesn’t.
Money changes everything. Will it change Tara’s opinion? I don’t know if it will change her opinion, but it will probably help her get on board. Holding all that cash, you can tell her head is spinning. Any old lady’s would.
Bobby looked like he saw a ghost when the club started talking about Georgie and Luann. Bobby is all club and he broke a major rule. Gotta be eating him from the inside out.
Piney aint playing around. He wants the drugs to stop. He will do any thing necessary to make that happen.
Anything that brings too much heat is bad, anything. Heat ain’t no good. It gets too hot, you gotta get out. Piney is playing hard ball and Clay is tripping. Piney can unravel everything Clay has done if he really has those letters. “Contingencies in place.” Now that’s thinking. You have to think hard when your dealing with a known killer, and that killer is your brother.
Otto turn on the club? No way. I don’t see it. DNA. That shit don’t lie. Bobby shouldn’t have been banging his brother’s girl, he wouldn’t be worried now.
WOW. Clay admitting he killed JT. Gemma didn’t seem at all surprised. Clay’s right, Jax finds that truth out and Clay’s head will be off his body. Gemma is complicit. And being complicit years ago comes with a no back out clause. She better stay with the program. Too late to turn back now. Unser is in it also. He covered up their lies in the police report. They made that decision long ago. Can’t back out now. Too late. Clay wants the letters, Gemma wants the letters, and they both want Unser to find them. Who will get them first?
Lyla is fine. When she comes on the screen all the brothers in the house go crazy, some of the old lady’s too. I don’t know what the hell Opie is thinking. Lyla don’t want no baby, she’s a porn star. She wants to party. Can you blame her? You can take the porn star out of porn and stick her in the kitchen…if you want a handful of trouble. Better off to let people be who they are, not who they aren’t.
Dondo wants Georgie dead, the club wants Georgie dead, sounds like Georgie is gonna die.
Unser found the letters. I knew he would. He also figured out he got played by Clay. Too bad they’re copies. Guess Piney isn’t the only one with contingencies in place. Trust. Or the lack there of.
I knew that AUSA is a piece of shit, but maybe that’s just my disposition. He is just as dirty if not dirtier than anyone else. He lied right to the Sheriff’s face about his involvement. He’s going to hang him out to dry with the rest of them.
Unser and Gemma are having second thoughts about their involvement; too late for that now. This is the past, a past that can destroy everyone. Better get with the program. Clay is going to protect both of them. That means killing anyone that can spill the truth. Anyone and everyone.
Juice is done. He lied and stole from the club. He would have done much better to just tell the truth and see how far that would have taken him. Probably farther than he thought. Or he should have just quit. He is digging a hole that is getting so deep he will never see the light of day. I guess he thinks he is smarter than the rest of the club, and the Mayans, and the Cartel. Should have just told the truth. The truth would have set him free.
Opie slept with Ima? My old lady freaked. She hates Ima. Home wrecker. Or just another porn star looking to have some fun? You decide.
Georgie might be valuable yet. Asian backing to save Charming? Might keep him alive a little longer.
Gemma lied to Clay about the letters to protect Piney and Tara, and Clay already knew the truth. Now he can’t trust Gemma. Lot of that going around.
Ima is radical. Ain’t no shame in her game. She slept with both Opie and Jax. She is Lyla’s friend, so that ain’t cool, not at all. No honor in stabbing your friend in the back.
Bobby and Otto. Bobby should have begged his forgiveness and told the truth. Jax told Bobby to tell Otto they needed Georgie longer. Bobby should have listened.
One brick light. Somebody stole it. And they better figure it out before the Cartel comes back. There’s trouble in Charming. Big trouble. And it’s only getting bigger.
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Friday September 30, 2011
Well, the ball is really rolling now.
I wonder what Jax is writing in that journal. I mean a journal is your daily thoughts and movements. His daily thoughts and movements could incriminate him and countless others. Nothing is to be written down. But that’s just one man’s opinion. Good choice Tara, you don’t want to know more, it’s way too early in the morning. Or anytime.
Gemma is pissed at Clay, that’s easy to see, with her giving Clay the cold shoulder. She can’t stay mad though, he’s all she’s got. All she has invested in over the years. She would rather try to fix the problem, I think. Can’t tell yet.
Some nice crates the guys are building. They could all just become carpenters. I hear there is big money in custom furniture.
Rolling down the road like an Outlaw Convoy- eighteen wheeler in the middle, flanked by patches, a van, not too conspicuous, looks real good though.
So SAMTAZ is controlling the truck stop, and dealing out of it at the same time. Armando from SAMTAZ is right, it’s not Clay’s call what another charter does, not his business. And it’s kind of hypocritical, saying they can’t deal, when our guys are there to mule a load of coke. Coke Crank, ain’t no difference to me. I have seen it destroy good men, families, all of it. And muling, dealing, what’s the difference? That load is going to touch thousands of lives, with a hundreds going down the drain. That’s a big, bad responsibility. Bobby is right, muling is dealing. But that’s just one man’s opinion.
Gemma and Rita? Now that could be a dangerous team. Heading up the committee against Charming Heights. The Sheriffs wife and the Outlaw’s Old Lady. Gemma is impressed with Rita, you can tell. That US Attorney, pretending to be in zoning to let Gemma in on that info about Hale and the vote on imminent domain. Guess he just wants to stir the pot a little. Or maybe he has taken a genuine dislike to Mayor Hale. I know I did. Gemma’s wheels are spinning. Maybe there is light at the end of the tunnel.
It’s good to see the Sons riding so much this year. Clay is having trouble with his grip, and he needs it. Remember when he tied his hands to the handle bars? That’s insane.
Our guys seem pretty comfortable in their patches, but I would imagine if they can’t wear them in Charming then they probably can’t wear them anywhere. If they were being followed by the feds, that’s a violation. Gotta think, gotta be careful.
See, SAMTAZ is being followed by the cops in that red van. That’s quite a road block; Outlaw style. They had to have that set up and have everything in place, just waiting for the right time to blow up the gas cans. Lotta holes in the dessert.
They gotta go find this old member Reggie, sounds like he will have some answers as to how shit got upside down in Tucson.
That AUSA is not going to stop, ever. He is putting all the pieces together, setting his traps. He’s paid to take his time and to be thorough and that’s exactly what he’s doing. Being Meticulous. Getting the lowdown on Romeo, ex-military, his first in command, his right hand now.
They found Reggie quick, Chibs ain’t playing, “No, no no no” I don’t think Tig would have cut the rabbit. He would cut a guy’s throat in a hot New York second, but hurt an animal? I just don’t see it. What a story, banging one guy’s wife, then another guy using it as leverage against you? That’s not how Brother’s act. Not even how friends act. It just ain’t done.
Piney should have been nicer to Tara when she came to him for answers. Now, he needs answers and she doesn’t trust anyone. This is bad history, and Tara knows the truth.
JT was killed before the big gun meeting in Ireland, where he was going to try and stop the Sons involvement in the gun business altogether. Money is a strong persuader. That’s how people end up dead, cutting off other’s people’s cash flow. Piney is digging up the answers, and Gemma is trying to keep them shut. Piney doesn’t care anymore, and that’s dangerous. Gemma is giving Piney good advice. Leave it alone.
So, SAMCRO was right. Reggie spilled his guts and those guys got kicked out. Money changes everything. Somebody said that once.
Gemma put Tara in the gold club. Now it’s Rita’s turn to be impressed. Money does that, it impresses.
That AUSA is an evil bastard. It looked like he enjoyed telling Otto that Bobby was not only banging Luann, he might have been the one to kill her. Otto took that hard.
Romeo ain’t no joke. Serious, militant. Just taking precautions? Seven hundred thousand dollars worth. Now that is serious money. And Romeo doesn’t trust anyone, not more than he has to.
The Sons didn’t look happy looking at that pile of coke. It’s a different game. That pile of coke will touch thousands of lives, sending hundreds down the drain. Maybe it’s settling in just how deep they’re in. Real deep. Too deep. But that’s just one man’s opinion.
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Friday September 30, 2011
So a whole lot of shakin’ going on.
No, I don’t think AUSA Linc Potter is John Teller. John Teller is dead, that has been established. Don’t you think when Gemma ran into him, outside the flower shop, she would have recognized him? Of course she would have. John Teller is long dead. What is not exactly clear, is who killed him, and exactly how he died. Obviously Clay and Gemma know the truth, possibly Unser. I don’t think even Piney knows what really happened, that’s why he is searching for the truth to try and save the ideal he believes is his club. Tara knows. She read the letters. It has to be eating her up; wanting to tell Jax the truth, knowing it will destroy him.
As to Juice, I don’t think it matters that his dad is black. His dad is not trying to be in the club. Happy is not black. He is Spanish and Italian or something. Remember when the Sheriff asked, “Why you ain’t got no Brothers on your wall?” and Piney answered “That’s cause we ain’t got no Brothers on our wall.” There are no black members in the Sons, or in the big major clubs in real life. This is known and established. That’s not cause the clubs are racist. The big major black motorcycle clubs, which we are friends with on the show and in real life, don’t let whites in their clubs. Neither do the big major white clubs let blacks in. These are two different sets, even if they all ride Harley’s.
Yes, It’s obvious the boys are in way too deep, and Bobby is clear on this. He is all for the club, hands down, that’s it.
No, there is no cure except keep watching.
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Wednesday September 21, 2011
Tara is nervous around Clay, that’s obvious. Her radar is up and working.
Kozik must have been crazy to leave those guns and to play basketball? I guess I don’t get that cause I don’t play sports, never did. I had a bike early and that took over my life. Figures I would end up where I did. Makes sense he got knocked out and robbed. I doubt those neighbor kids really wanted to just play basketball.
Romeo Parada, head of the Gallindo Cartel. That AUSA Potter sure has a lot of intelligence. I wonder where he gets it.
The cops have a plan for Juice, gonna start rattling his cage. I hope that goes nowhere.
I like Tig’s attitude. He’s right, being the Sergeant at Arms he needs to be where ever there is a problem. Forget about being the ammo bitch, that’s for the prospects to do.
Bobby is so cool. He always sees right through the bullshit. He got Clay to come clean about Jax leaving the club. So Clay is going to endorse Bobby for the President, even after he made a deal with Jax to give it to Opie. Gave his word. HA! His word only means something to himself. Clay is straight up ruthless.
Gemma is on the trail to find those letters. I bet she finds them too. She is just a “get it done” kind of person. Gemma gets caught red handed by Nurse Ratchett; she is pissed at Unser.
That was some real cowboy and Indian shit, torturing that guy with flesh eating ants. Clay actually did that guy a favor by putting him out of his misery. He pissed off the gods though. Clay has no problem giving his word to that Indian chief. Looks like Bobby realized Clay’s word don’t mean shit. He just watched Clay give his word to the Indian chief in a straight up lie, right after he gave Bobby his word about the gavel. Sure looked like Bobby saw it.
Nice to see the boys riding a lot this year. Kozik better dump that bike, or at least change the plate. You fire on an officer in California, they tend to get more than a little pissed.
Those kids gave up the guns quick. Smart move. They wouldn’t have lasted long -
Vivica is a straight badass. Everyone is ducking for cover and she doesn’t flinch, just grabs that AR and takes control. Badass.
Tara is not only beautiful, but smart. Make copies right away and stashes them. That’s how you protect your interest. Same thing Gemma is trying to do, protect her interest. Same thing Tara is trying to do, protect her interest, Jax.
Gemma had that folder in her hand already. I am surprised she didn’t get up and grab it out of Tara’s hand, she knew what it was.
So Juice’s father is black. Big deal; his dad isn’t trying to get in the club. That cop doesn’t know what he is talking about. Unfortunately it looks like Juice doesn’t either. That Sheriff is just feeling him out. Juice could have shut him down, went right to the club, played the cards.
Piney shouldn’t have gone to Gemma about Clay and the club’s business. It’s hard though, they have long history. Piney was in the club first, knew Gemma when she was with JT.
Jax lied to Opie. No good. You can NOT lie to your Brother. Ever.
6-5. The vote passed- also no good. Shit like this separates men. Deep seeded beliefs decide which direction the club goes, and which direction it does not.
Clay’s not playing, not with anyone. Whoever steps in his way gets killed. Doesn’t matter who it is. Did you see the fear in Gemma’s eyes? She knows who he is. A straight up killer.
The shit is getting thick. And bloody.
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Thursday September 15, 2011
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.
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Wednesday September 7, 2011
Coming out with a bang. Great music – my Old Lady stood up and started dancing.
There is nothing like getting released. Rolling it up, walking down that aisle for what you hope will be the last time. It all seems surreal, until the SUNLIGHT hits you, and you feel the warmth outside, breath that fresh air, and you know it’s really happening. Been there a time or two myself. I always tried to come out a better man. And I always did.
Otto looks like hell, but death row will do that to a man. As you can see, there is no place a man can not be reached, even on the row. I don’t know if that razor blade came from an enemy or a friend, but either way knowing Otto has had enough.
Now that’s a home coming! Brothers waiting outside; bikes ready to go. Cool. From three hots and a cot, to patch and bikes, brothers, and right back in it. Way cool.
So Jacob Hale is taking over. Charming Heights? Looks like a clear cut situation to me, and that means development, population, and traffic. I don’t think the Son’s will let that happen.
So who’s this new Sheriff, Sheriff Roosevelt? Where’s Unser? I don’t think Sheriff Roosevelt will go on the payroll, just a hunch.
Wouldn’t it be nice if the government could differentiate between Motorcycle Clubs and street gangs? They just dump us all in one pile of undesirables; that way we are easier to prosecute under the Patriot Act or what ever else they can think of.
Piney is right, history needs to stay in the past. That is a tough trick to turn, as history has a way of repeating itself…..or rearing its ugly head at the worst possible moment.
Jacob Hale looks as if he is up to the same old shit, lining his pockets, trying to manipulate the system.
Combat pay, wow. I have never seen or heard of that. Most members I know are broke or working regular jobs. It’s a different time, and beyond that we are not on a TV show. Real guys are so individual it would be nearly impossible to get them to work together on anything.
New guns, new customers, new connections, new deals brings new problems. Could also mean a big new payoff, which must be the plan.
Gotta love Happy – kicking that cop car. Lucky they didn’t run him over. That was a cool trick, slowing them down so Clay could get away. Truth is, it would be the cops’ word against the Sons, and the cops always win those match ups, even when they lie.
New deals, mean new cops with new investigations. The US Attorney Linc Potter looks serious. That’s quite a war room. An ongoing investigation, with multiple agencies, that means trouble. These guys are paid to take their time and build a case, and win it. And they get paid by the hour. More cops, means more manpower, more man hours, and trouble for our guys.
The Russians are up to something, they ain’t no good, that’s plain to see. I just can’t put my finger on exactly what.
Release from prison sex – there’s nothing like it. And that’s all I’m gonna say on that. My Old Lady is spouting off and earful right now, but most of it is unprintable.
Clay might not have much longer as the President, but the reality is, the more years you have in the club the more respect you command.
Gemma is great, positive, supportive, logical, on the mark. She is right, Unser deserves more. What he did for the Sons with Stahl, that was above and beyond the call of duty.
So, Jax is thinking differently. Having kids will do that. Prison will do that; make you look at life from a different perspective. In reality if you love the club, it can rip your heart out and take you on a roller coaster ride you could never imagine, so these thoughts are normal.
Cool way to propose, having your boy do the dirty work. And in my humble Old Lady’s opinion, it is way overdue.
Tara asking how this all works? It works cause you make it work. We got a bunch of young men in our charter that work jobs, make babies, and raise families. Just got to have your priorities in order.
Jax leaving the club? No way. I don’t see that. He’s just thinking different cause he just got out. He has an exit strategy. Fear? Greed? That’s not the club I’m in, but then again we ain’t on TV.
Unser might have thought he was out of it, out there in the woods, in his trailer, but life ain’t over yet. He has work to do, and Clay will see to it, you can believe that. And from the looks of it, not a moment too soon. He looks like he was out there waiting to die.
Otto had a plan all the time. Looks like that prison guard is on the payroll. Otto slipped that scalpel in that Russians ear like a knife through butter. For Jax.
Good to see Clay and Alvarez still working together. The Sons have enough enemies, nice to have a friend here and there.
There is nothing like exacting your revenge. Jax hit Putlova in the same three spots that he got knifed. It’s only business.
So, the truth is in those letters. That truth looked like it shook Gemma up a bit. The truth always shakes people up, and rears its head when it wants to, at the worst possible moment.
The Sons are back. Back with a vengeance. And it’s about time.
I hope you are well, laughing with your loved ones.
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