At Piney’s memorial, Jax walks up to Opie to thank him for having the service, so they could all get closure. Opie reminds Jax that the matter is not closed, and he’s still not thrilled with Jax, not to mention Clay.
All this grief is giving me a bad hair day. Dude, you haven’t had good hair since Remember the Titans.
Gemma returns home to find Clay picking up the rest of his stuff with Unser and a few of the SoA guys, since they figured Gemma would be at Piney’s memorial.
I forgot about Piney’s shindig. Oh well, just another bad decision to blame on Nero and his dick.
Gemma goes into the bedroom to check on Clay, who asks for a ring Rusty gave him. Gemma finds the ring and listens as Clay, with stooped shoulders and an oxygen tank, apologizes without apologizing for everything he’s done. She almost falls for it too, but pushes Clay down when he attempts to console her.
Grow some huevos, cabron! My new guy isn’t this pathetic. Good luck giving yourself those arthritis shots!
Jax meets with the undercover CIA agents (and may I say this is my favorite Danny Trejo role evah!) and brings them up to speed with the problems with the Niners and the Irish. Jax and Danny Trejo both put their dicks out on the table, decide that the relationship is still mutually beneficial, and Trejo releases Bobby Elvis to Jax in exchange for the promise that Jax will not tell SAMCRO about his promises to the feds, nor out Trejo’s CIA affiliation to the street gangs. Bobby is just happy to be out and is scared to ask why he’s now free.
Bobby obviously enjoyed prison food.
While Jax is picking up Bobby, Sheriff Roosevelt is happily passing some time harassing the SoA boys at the clubhouse, asking about the two recent home invasions in Charming, the victims of which were both friends of SAMCRO. Roosevelt wants to know if the crimes were retaliations from Pope’s guys or Niners in response to the Veronica Pope killing. The guys claim ignorance, but Roosevelt warns the guys to put on a lid on their shit because if their wars spill over into Charming itself, he will make “Pope look like an altar boy”.
Happy is not impressed, but he doesn’t strike me as a regular churchgoer. Now, if Sheriff Roosevelt promised to outlaw BJ’s, Happy might feel a little threatened.
Roosevelt’s threats are interrupted by Bobby’s triumphant return, but not before the Sheriff has a quick side conversation with Juice, exchanging a request for insider information if the war will hit Charming in trade for keeping quiet about Juice ratting out the club during the RICO sting.