Tuesday’s episode of FX’s “Sons of Anarchy” is titled “Crucifixed,” and begins where the last one ended, with Jax following Juice, who he now knows was Roosevelt’s mole in SAMCRO. Juice gets to his house and gets taken in by two cops, supposedly in connection with the attack at Unser’s.
At the garage, Gemma shows up late at night to catch up on work, and Chibs says she can keep him company. They talk, and Chibs tells her Clay still loves her. Bobby shows up and tells Chibs that Jax wants him to bring Chibs up to speed on a few things.
Roosevelt pulls Juice into his office, and tells him Jax knows, but he didn’t tell him. He asks if there’s anything he can do, and a stunned Juice says no, and leaves.
Jax tells Chibs about Juice and the RICO case. Chibs says everything’s falling apart.
Jax: Not for long. I see an end.
Juice tells them he knew about the leverage. Jax says with three members already turning on the club, they can’t let this become public or it’ll scare off their allies.
Bobby: It’s not really a threat. We watch him. We wait until it settles.
Chibs: Yeah, and then what?
Jax: Then we bring it to the table…let him hang himself.
The next morning, Juice tells Jax he knows, and he’s got nowhere else to go. Jax says he knows about the leverage Roosevelt had. Juice says he worked the deal with the feds to protect the Sons, and give them the cartel and the Irish. Jax asks Juice if he wants to earn his way back in, and to do everything Jax tells him to do. Juice agrees, and Jax tells him Clay has been behind all of the bad things that have happened.
Juice tells Jax that Frankie also told him that, but he didn’t believe him, and Clay also knows about him working with Rico. Jax gives him an ultimatum, and Juice says he’s in.
Some of the Sons have the prison staked out, and see the prisoner who killed Opie being released. Meanwhile, Tara gets offered a new job with a pediatrics practice, and they give her a few days to think about it.
At the garage, Jax tells Gemma to keep an eye on Clay. Hale drives up, and Jax congratulates him on the Charming Heights deal. Hale looks nervous.
Jax: Relax, Jacob. You’re my landlord. No one thinks you’re here to buy guns…which, of course, we don’t sell.
Hale and Jax talk about the Charming Heights deal, which Jax is going to secretly bring Pope into.
At the prison, Tara gets in to see Otto. He tells her he’ll make his RICO case go away, but he wants to get one more thing. He gave Luann a crucifix to hold for him, and he wants it back.
Unser shows up at the garage, and tells Gemma he was asked to vacate the premises of his trailer lot after the shootings.
Unser: Apparently, double homicides are bad for business.
Gemma tells Unser Clay is behind the Nomad attacks, and he’s using her to try and get proof.
Jax and the Sons track down Randall Hightower, the former prisoner that killed Opie, but run into T.O. from the Grim Bastards Motorcycle Club. He tells Jax that Randall is paying them for protection, and he’s actually his cousin. Just then Randall comes in and opens fire, then escapes.
(For part two of this article, please click here.)