Commercials … Gemma and Nero are having a hell of a time trying to figure out what to do.
Stanley Steemer gets carpet cleaner!
Gemma asks Nero about Carla’s story and finds out that she’s his half-sister who was half-crazy and half in love with him. Nero tells Gemma that Carla helped him turn legit, and that his relationship with Gemma stirred up Carla’s feelings, so she stopped taking her meds and this happened as a result. Gemma has to keep Nero calm and tells him no cops, and she’ll handle it so he can leave and pull himself together. She calls Unser, who’s at the Roosevelt home, seeing what he can glean from the crime scene, but when he checks his phone and sees it’s Gemma, he refuses to answer her call since he’s still in a pissy mood after watching Nero go into her house.
At Sgt. Mack’s house, the guys bust in and surprise Mack, but then are surprised by his wife, who must have stayed home from work sick, and her shotgun, which she shoots up at the ceiling to frighten the Sons. The guys quickly restrain both her and her husband, but Bobby is worried that she’s going to be a problem. Tig decides to take matters into his own crazy hands.
Problem solved! (Again, blood spatter avoided here … don’t forget to DRINK!!!)
Bobby & Chibs chastise Tig like they would a three-year-old who steals a cookie while Mack sobs behind his duct tape gag, but Jax keeps calm and says Mrs. Mack is collateral damage. For the man of the house, Jax asks the guys to find a pipe.
Back in the prison infirmary, Tara’s ruse worked. Otto comes in and Tara quickly identifies herself and begs Otto to help out the club and recant his RICO testimony. Otto refuses, until Tara tells him the club is willing to do anything possible to help Otto out in exchange. He suggests she suck his dick.
But I forgot my knee pads.
When she refuses, Otto tells her it was a trick, because he’s never going to recant his testimony, and if she requests a fake checkup with him again to plead for him to help the club, he’ll do something horrible. Tara looks defiant and determined to call his bluff.
Try me … I’ve seen a lot of horrible things.
At the Morrow house, Gemma’s list of clean-up specialists, like her friends list, is apparently very short.
Who you gonna call? Facebusters!
She apologizes to Clay, tells him she didn’t know who else to call, and that she doesn’t want the club to know. Clay tells her he’s going to (cough, cough, wheeze) need a little help with the clean up, but he trusts Juice to help him and keep his mouth shut. Gemma tells him she needs to go see the kids at daycare, and Clay gets her to consent to him coming over later in the evening to check on her.