Morale in SAMCRO reaches a new low after Jax openly defies Clay during Tig's rescue, with the tension even affecting Jax's friendship with Opie, who has sided with Clay in the conflict, unaware of the reasons behind Jax's animosity. In an effort to assert SAMCRO's authority over Zobelle, Clay visits his cigar shop to outline how much protection money he expects. When the League bring Hale evidence of SAMCRO destroying Darby's meth-house, he proves unwilling to act on it, but they also have something else to show him. When Clay learns the county is trying to zone off Oswald's land, and he's reluctantly planning to sell it to Jacob to prevent a huge financial lose, he begins an investigation. In prison, the Aryan Brotherhood attack Otto, prompting Clay to call a meeting to decide how to shut Zobelle down. However, it serves only to further divide the Sons, as Clay and Jax both attempt to influence the vote. Meanwhile, Hale makes a decision about where his allegiances lie.
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The Voice of John Teller
I realized that in my downward spiral of hopelessness I was actually falling into a huge hole created by my absence of basic human graces. The most obvious was forgiveness. If I was wronged by anyone, in or out of the club, I had to be compensated by money or blood. There was no turning the other cheek. When relationships become a ledger of profit and loss, you have no friends, no loved ones, just pluses and minuses. You are absolutely alone.
Written by Curtis Stigers
, Bob Thiele Jr.
, and Dave Kushner
Performed by Curtis Stigers
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