After the death of the Bastards' sergeant-at-arms at the hands of the Calaveras, SAMCRO turn to Álvarez to make things right. When he strips Salazar of his presidency, and Jax flushes his kutte down a toilet, Salazar targets Jax as the focus of his revenge. After learning Maureen's daughter Trinity (Zoe Boyle) is actually JT's, Gemma replaces Tig on the Belfast trip, after Tara and Margaret bust her out of St. Thomas. However, Unser's relationship with SAMCRO reaches a new low after he attempts to prevent Gemma fleeing. SAMBEL president, and Sons co-founder Keith McGee (Andy McPhee) assures Clay that O'Neill is not in bed with Jimmy, but little do SAMCRO know that McGee himself has been bought off, and Jimmy is already aware of their imminent arrival.
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This episode used an Irish rendition of the main theme song. See more
The aerial shots of SAMCRO riding ahead of the Land Rover Defender appear to have been filmed in Ireland whilst the close-up shots of the actual actors appear to have been filmed in the USA. This appears evident as when the faces of the actors are shown, the shots are close and no lane dividing line in seen, and when the rear of the Land Rover is in view, the cargo hold can be seen to be free of passengers. In one shot even front seat passenger Gemma appears absent. See more
[while watching Tig and Kozik argue
God, what is up with those two?
Not sure, but, uh, judging by their level of malevolence, there's gotta be at least one vagina involved.
Due to SAMCRO's visit to Belfast, the intro theme in this episode is backed by an Irish sound. See more
References The Wizard of Oz
The Ballad of the Thoughtful Rover
Performed by The Tossers See more