Clay gets dropped off at Wayne’s by Juice, and tells Juice to call him and let him know … we don’t get to know what he’s talking about right now.
Wayne begrudgingly lets Clay inside
I just can’t quit you!
but wisely keeps a loaded shotgun on him the whole time. Clay suggests a bribe by implying Wayne can be chief of a newly-reinstated Charming P.D. soon. Wayne declines the offer. Juice calls Clay to let him know that the Nomads are pulling up to Unser Trucking. Clay tells Juice to head back to the clubhouse and hangs up on a distraught Juice. Clay lets Unser know that the Nomads are here to kill him, just before two masked men burst in to the trailer. Wayne, still armed, takes out one with his shotgun and Clay kills the other with his handgun. Wayne unmasks them (these poor bastard Nomads are starting to remind me of Scooby-Doo villians) and sees Go-Go and Greg. At least Frankie was smart enough not to show up. Clay feeds Wayne some story about how he figured the Nomads were spooked by Wayne, and since Clay saw they were all leaving town, he came by Wayne’s on the off-chance they would be making a stop at Wayne’s to silence him before leaving Charming. Wayne points out that the three aren’t smart enough to make decisions like that on their own, but Clay protests that he just killed one of them to protect Wayne — isn’t that proof enough of his loyalty?
I don’t want to believe you, but I’ve had a long day and my puzzler’s sore.
Wayne tells Clay to leave, that he’ll leave him out of it, and Clay doesn’t need to be asked twice.
At the clubhouse meeting room, Bobby’s filling Jax in that Wayne saw scratches on Go-Go and their obvious implication in Rita’s death must be why the three Nomads are leaving town. Gemma busts in, the rest of SAMCRO in tow, telling Jax and Bobby about the two dead Nomads at Wayne’s. Juice doesn’t look so good ….
… he’s suffering from some serious daddy issues right now.
The rest of the Leather Brain Trust figure out that the Nomads have been pulling this shit under their noses, but they can’t figure out who they were working for. The guys decide to look for Frankie and see if he’ll spill the beans about the boss man.
At Wayne’s, Gemma plays the concerned friend while the Sheriff’s Department employees do their CSI stuff. Across the street, Frankie decides he’s seen enough and drives away — surreptitiously — in his cherry-red Trans Am with a glasspack muffler.
I’m sure no one noticed me. My car is completely unobtrusive.
Gemma and Wayne share a smoke while he tells her his cover story about the attack. She apologizes for her former behavior, and he says sorry for telling her she’ll die alone, etc.