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Jax brings a new proposal to the club with serious consequences.


Adam Arkin


Kurt Sutter (created by), Roberto Patino | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Charlie Hunnam ... Jackson 'Jax' Teller
Katey Sagal ... Gemma Teller Morrow
Mark Boone Junior ... Robert 'Bobby Elvis' Munson
Dayton Callie ... Wayne Unser
Kim Coates ... Alexander 'Tig' Trager
Tommy Flanagan ... Filip 'Chibs' Telford
Theo Rossi ... Juan Carlos 'Juice' Ortiz
Maggie Siff ... Dr. Tara Knowles Teller
Ron Perlman ... Clarence 'Clay' Morrow
Harold Perrineau ... Damon Pope
Rockmond Dunbar ... Lieutenant Eli Roosevelt
Jimmy Smits ... Nero Padilla
Emilio Rivera ... Marcus Alvarez
David Labrava ... Happy Lowman
Billy Brown ... August Marks


Although Roosevelt thinks he has found the home invaders, he is devastated when his own house is raided and Rita is shot and killed. As Jax turns to Pope for help finding out who's behind the home invasions, Pope makes a proposal; if SAMCRO doubles the amount of cocaine they're muling for Galindo, he will use the 9ers to distribute the excess in Reno and Vegas. For this, he offers $100,000 per shipment, and he'll forgo his 50% cut from their earnings. He also offers to kick back 2% of his own profits on the sale to Jax personally. Elsewhere, Clay learns he's healing well and no longer needs the oxygen tank, but has no intention of letting SAMCRO know; Unser remains unconvinced the invasions have anything to do with Pope; Tara goes to see Otto to ask him to reverse his testimony, and Jacob accepts SAMCRO's help with Charming Heights. Written by Bertaut

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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Notice that Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Chibs (Tommy Flanagan) and Bobby (Mark Boone Junior) are all riding brand new Harleys in this episode, presumably a repayment from the IRA king, Galen (Timothy V. Murphy) for using the .50 caliber machine gun on their bikes in the previous episode, Sons of Anarchy: Orca Shrugged (2012). See more »


When Tig shoots Mackey's wife in the head, the slide on his semi-automatic pistol doesn't move back as it normally would to cycle the next round. Also, there's no recoil from the shot and Tig's trigger pull doesn't match the shot. See more »

Alternate Versions

The Blu-ray/DVD contains a 'Creator's Cut' version of this episode, which features three minutes of additional footage:
  • After Jax (Charlie Hunnam) asks Pope (Harold Perrineau) why he continues to sell drugs despite being successful in legitimate business, Clay (Ron Perlman) is having breakfast with Oswald (Patrick St. Esprit). They discuss the recent home invasions, and Clay says the sheriffs don't know Charming like Charming PD did, or like Clay and Oswald themselves do. When Oswald says there is nothing they can do about the situation, Clay points out Jacob (Jeff Kober) only has six months left as mayor. Oswald says he isn't running for office again, but Clay says he has to; after Jacob's Charming Heights failure, Oswald would easily win. Oswald, however, disagrees, asking why Jacob has given a commercial lease to Tara (Maggie Siff). Clay says it is for an escort agency, and was Jax's idea. When Oswald points out that Jax is in charge now, meaning SAMCRO would not be guaranteed to support him in an election, Clay assures him that he still runs things behind the scenes, not Jax, and that he can get Oswald elected. Juice (Theo Rossi) then arrives to take Clay to the hospital. Before he leaves, Clay tells Oswald to "stay the course."
  • After Jax assures Roosevelt (Rockmond Dunbar) that Pope is not behind the home invasions, Tig (Kim Coates), Happy (David Labrava) and Phil (Chris Reed) are burying Mackey's (Jack Conley) body in the woods. Phil asks if they should say a prayer, and Tig says they should; "Hey, baby Jesus, here comes some shit."
  • Immediately after the above scene, Juice and Skeeter (Bob Rusch) are cremating Carla (Wanda De Jesus), with Juice pointing out that now he knows how Tig felt when Dawn (Rachel Miner) was killed.
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This Life
Written by Curtis Stigers, Bob Thiele Jr., and Dave Kushner
Performed by Curtis Stigers & The Forest Rangers
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Release Date:

16 October 2012 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



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16:9 HD
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