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Nero throws in a little Spanish here and there, just to show us that he’s a real vato. He tells Jax that a stint in Chino caused him to re-evaluate his life of crime and turn it into a life of managing crime. When Jax asks Nero about seeing the big picture, Nero throws out the soon-to-be Hallmark card phrase, “Every picture’s pussy, ese.” Awwww … just a romantico at heart, this one. Nero pulls to a stop in front of a group home for disabled children, and Jax waits in the car.
Back in Charming, Unser’s interviewing Wade at the club/shop, and Gemma calls him in to the office to find out what he’s doing. Ally interrupts to ask Gemma to run Tara’s requested marriage license up to Oakland for her, since she has other commitments. Gemma is none too happy about being left in the dark about her son’s wedding.
Nero has a tender moment with a little mohawked guy walking toward him on leg braces and crutches. It’s sweet and sad at the same time.
As Jax looks on at the Hispanic version of his own fatherhood, we see a close up of a Suburban, driven by some black guy who must be tailing them at Pope’s behest. Back in the pickup, Nero and Jax discuss Lucius, Nero’s son, and his spina bifida. Nero says spina bifida is caused by neglect (which may have been true in his case, but is NOT true of all babies born with spina bifida), since Nero wasn’t paying attention to his baby momma, who was using drugs while pregnant with Lucius.
Nero picks up on their tail, and instead of dumping Jax out on a side street, like Jax suggests, Nero leads them on a car chase followed by a bad-ass game of chicken, which the Suburban loses, thereby solidifying his bond with Jax.
In the sexiest hospital in the world,
Opie has come to visit Lyla on set and beg her to watch his kids, Ellie & Kenny, for about a month, while he takes care of some things. She grudgingly accepts, since the kids love her and Opie sweetens the deal with $20,000 in cash. I’m starting to think Father’s Day is not a real special time in central California.
Gemma shows up at DI with Jax’s marriage license and decides to have a “come to Jesus” meeting with her very soon-to-be daughter-in-law. Tara feels like she won the war, and she’s pretty much a sore winner,