A quiet tap at the back door interrupts their needles and lies foreplay, and Clay gets up to get the door. It’s Nero.
We should probably stop meeting like this.
Nero says he’s there to check on Gemma and see if she’s heard anything about Jax. I guess someone forgot to tell the Mexican … he looks horrified and Clay drawls, “I think Bobby tried to call ya.” Gemma walks up and asks Clay for just a minute alone with Nero. Since he’s acting as crazy as his recently-deceased half-sister, Gemma talks him down. She tells him she can’t explain everything, but she’s not back with Clay and she loves him. She kisses him goodbye passionately and shoves him out the door.
At Clay’s, Juice is frantic, ’cause Clay did remove all the paperwork from the air vent. A frantic Juice is distraught while Jax explains to Bobby and Chibs that the paperwork proves Clay was behind the Nomad attacks, since the paperwork was originally in the safe that was stolen from Gemma’s by the Nomads. In frustration and anger, Jax punches Juice, and tells him to go home. After he leaves, Bobby confronts Jax about using Juice to try and expose Clay, when he should have just exposed Juice as a rat to the table. He tries to convince Jax to drop his moves against Clay, telling him he has no real proof of Clay’s guilt without the paperwork. Jax tells Bobby it’s bigger than this Nomad issue, that he believes Clay killed JT but has no proof of that, either, except suggestions in the letters JT wrote to Maureen. He knows that Clay killed Piney and ordered the attack on Tara, but doesn’t have proof of those things either. Bobby looks like he just got gut-punched.
And that would be a pretty significant punch.
Jax walks out and back at Gemma’s, Clay’s pouring some tea when he hears another back-door knock. It’s Bobby, and he tells Clay to keep his gun handy as he walks in. Clay asks if Bobby is going to kill him, and Bobby tells him, no, he’s here to keep him alive, and to sit down. End.
Do we think Bobby knows some super-duper secrets about JT’s death? Who is Donal Logue’s character? Can’t wait to find out next week … thanks for reading!