Anticipating backlash, Jax goes into high gear with his own agenda.

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Anticipating backlash, Jax goes into high gear with his own agenda.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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When Juice is searching in Clay house you can see a magazine with a cover from the show "The Newsroom" See more »

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Rita's Certificate of Death lists her mother under her apparent married name of Mrs C. Jones instead of her maiden name, and shows her date of death as 'Roosevelt' instead of the month, day and year. See more »

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Eli Roosevelt: You suddenly struck with a conscience?
Jackson 'Jax' Teller: No more than you, Sheriff.
Eli Roosevelt: Don't compare our guilt.
Jackson 'Jax' Teller: Hey, brother. Once you cross the line, there is no comparing. There's just that side of the line.
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References Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (1972) See more »

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We love Jackson but in this episode we don't have to like him
14 January 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Jackson is really not very nice this episode. After discovering that Juice is the rat, he basically bullies him into helping him prove Clay is a traitor. Juice must comply or face Mr Mayhem. Jackson also goes back on his word to the leader of the Grim Bastards not to kill Opie's killer. This in turn makes Bobby angry because it throws away a decade of peace. Jackson thinks Bobby would feel differently had he seen Opie being killed. It's a good point but Jackson isn't finished. He offends Chibs by asking him if he has his back. He tells Unser he must earn his keep for parking the trailer in the MC yard (like Unser hasn't done enough for the club). Unser promises to brush up on his pole dancing, Finally Jackson arrives home to see Tara very upset. Otto has killed a nurse and she might be charged as an accessory. When he promises to help in the same way he always does. She tells him "that is exactly what I am afraid off". I can't really blame her....great viewing though.


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