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I guess I was wrong about Gemma hitting rock bottom. That happens when she comes out of the bathroom to find Joel McHale gone with her wallet and car keys.
Credits! At Teller-Morrow, CFP is helping Frankie hook up the sweetest custom bike I have ever seen onto a trailer … that he’ll be pulling with his Trans-Am.
Frankie tells a questioning Jax that he’s only leaving because he has to attend a bike show up north that he supposedly goes to every year. Jax implies that he knows that Frankie’s involved with the break-ins so he better not disappear forever before the club can make Frankie … well, disappear forever. Frankie doesn’t take the send-off very well.
Unser checks in on Greg and Go-Go and finds them hastily packing their bags and tuning up their bikes in preparation to leave Charming. He outstays his welcome pretty quickly after he asks Go-Go about the scratches on his chest.
Jax stops in at Diosa Norte, where he finds the ladies almost up and running. Even poor Widow Winston has a smile on her face!
Just as Jax starts feel good about himself, helping out single moms and all, Nero walks in and says he just got a call from Gemma, and she needs help. The guys and Nero race off to rescue her (again). She is ashamed of herself, naturally.
Jax apologizes to Nero for getting him involved in this “train wreck” and Nero has some poignant shit to say in return, like, “respect your mother”, “women like Gemma, they don’t do so well without family”, and my personal favorite, “go easy”. Nero answers his cell to find out that his guys have found the local chop shop, where Gemma’s Escalade is now sitting … and McHale’s there, too. Bobby volunteers to take Gemma home so Nero, Chibs, Tig and Jax can go kick some community college ass.
At the clubhouse, Tara’s in the office again, going through old photos, looking for something to hook Otto with the next time she sees him. Clay walks in, sporting his oh-so-necessary O2 tank, to file some paperwork and apologizes to Tara for disturbing her. He tries to talk to her, but she tells him he’s already dead to her. Unfortunately, Juice is out in the hallway and overhears this exchange. I can only imagine one other time in his life when Juice looked this sad while overhearing something.