Crime/Drama/Thriller, USA, 2008, 45 min.Synopsis
As the episode opens Jax (Charlie Hunman) is welding at the garage. It appears he has a day job. Club president Clay (Ron Perlman) arrives and hands the club out money. The gun deal with the Niners is complete. Tig (Kim Coates) reveals the two dead bodies still at the warehouse may have his DNA on them (he was seeing both women). Clay is angry. Tig has been in prison before and his DNA will be on the data base. Tig isnt worried. He has some ideas about how to get rid of the evidence that disturb Clay. Like Clay, the rest of the club is concerned.At the warehouse, Deputy Chief Hale (Taylor Sheridan) begins searching and finds the bodies. Clay meets with Chief Unser (Dayton Callie). It emerges that they have had a mutually beneficial "business" arrangement for many years. Unser can't help Clay. The Chief has cancer and will retire soon. He isn't in a position anymore to help the Sons.Hale has a difficult conversation with Jackson (literally Jackson kept riding off and the deputy Chief had to yell at him from his car). The deputy reminds Jackson that he will be chief soon and unlike his predecessor he won't look the other way for the Sons.Jackson visits his son at the hospital. There, he sees old girlfriend Tara Knowles (Maggie Siff). They talk about Able and he says he is glad to have her back in Charming.Opie (Ryan Hurst) is having money worries now that he turned clean. He approaches his Dad Piney (William Lucking) for money but Piney cannot help, he has his own bills. Piney tells him about a protection run but Opie wants to stay clean.At the chapel the club need to organise a murder to take attention away from the warehouse. Clay wants to kill someone but Jackson arranges to get two bodies from the cemetery. The cemetery worker Skeeter (Bob Rusch) agrees but only if they can get a crow eater Emily Duncan (Sherrie Rose) to go out with him. Emily agrees. It appears she is a fan of the club and fan of Jacksons. She will go out with Skeeter if Jackson will go out with her. That deal is made.Darby (Mitch Pileggi) and Mayan leader Alvarez (Emilo Rivera) continue to work together to undo the Sons.
Whilst Gemma (Katey Segal) is visiting Able in hospital she runs into Tara. The doctor suspects (correctly) that Gemma may have supplied the needle with the overdose that almost killed Wendy. The two exchange insults and it is very clear that there is no love lost between the pair.Clay and Opie have a talk. Opie lets him in a little describing his problems with Donna.
Organising the murder is problematic. They run into a police car and several other issues but the murder is created.Clay makes it clear to Chief Unser that they are not friends. He blackmails him into staying on the job for another six months so the club can rebuild.At the shops, Donna (Sprague Graydon) does not have enough money to pay for her groceries. In the parking lot, Gemma appears with the groceries that Donna put back. Gemma tells her that they are a family but Donna does not need any more family. She is invited to dinner regardless.Unser gets straight to honouring the new deal with Clay. Hale is not happy but when he approaches Unser in the barber shop he is quickly put in his place. Unser takes the guard detail off the warehouse and Sons steal the bodies of the two women.Jackson continues to read his fathers manuscript on the roof. But when Gemma arrives he fails to tell her about the book. Ever the loyal matriarch, she searches his place but only finds a wedding photograph that brings her to tears.In the final moments the Sons burn the two women. Jackson looks in on a very ill Wendy (Drea De Matteo). Hale watches as a bike rides by. Opie and Donna eat dinner with their family (it looks like they will not be joining the Sons for dinner). Things are tense. At Gemmas house, the club has a lively dinner and Jackson smiles as his mother kisses his stepfather. The credits roll.Directed by Charles Haid Starring Charlie Hunnam
, Katey Sagal
, Mark Boone Junior
, Kim Coates
, Tommy Flanagan
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