With the disappearance of the witness against him, Bobby is released from prison. Returning to Charming after several weeks away, Opie fully commits himself to SAMCRO, demanding revenge for Donna's murder, which Clay convinces him was perpetrated by a Mayan. Thanks to a tip from Hale, however, Jax is well aware Clay and Tig were behind the murder, but decides that keeping the truth from Opie is the best course of action for now. Although SAMCRO are still in financial difficulty, when Cameron and his son Edmond (Callard Harris) propose a lucrative new deal, distributing fully assembled automatic handguns throughout California, Clay is reluctant, wanting to stick to their usual arrangement - they buy wholesale, assemble the weapons themselves, and sell them on. However, Jax ignores his concerns, and brings the proposal to a vote. Meanwhile, at the invitation of Hale's brother Jacob (Jeff Kober), who is sick of SAMCRO blocking economic progress in Charming, the League of American ...
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Albification, the title of this episode, is an obsolete word that means the act or process of making white. See more
During the diner scene with the Hale brothers, Zobelle, and Weston, a piece of black electrical tape continues to appear and disappear from Deputy Chief Hale's radio. The tape, it seems, was supposed to be covering the "Motorola" name, but does not appear in this episode except in this scene. See more
Clarence 'Clay' Morrow
Nobody threatens Sam Crow... brown, black, or *white*. Now why don't you all pile back into your clown car, and head on back to Nazi-town.
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