Which is right when Tara bolts behind him, saying, "We have to go!" One of the other bikers hastily throws the tarp over the body so she can't see it, which oddly gallant and/or shrewd (what she can't see, she can't testify about). Jax is all, "What happened?" and Tara hold up the phone and says only, "It's my babies." Oh, has she remembered that she might actually like Thomas? That's the real shock.
The next shot is of Jax and Tara sitting in an observation room off the operating theatre, watching the surgeons put Abel back together again. Jax asks how long it's going to take, and Tara flips into doctor mode: "They run the wire through his leg, up to his heart." Jax marinates in some parental guilt, and Tara brings it to a boil by telling Jax that if his mom was drunk or high, she'll do something so vicious, it can't even be spoken aloud. Jax is all, "I love you, but if Gemma was driving under the influence, don't expect me to hold back during the footrace to see who kills her first."
Speaking of Grandmother of the Year, she comes to in her hospital room and Clay's is the first face she sees. Clay soothes her by lying about Abel ("He's going to be fine, just a cut on the head") and the two of them sort of fall back into the same patterns they had back before Clay used Gemma as a punching bag. Then Clay asks, "What happened, Gem?" Gemma is sobbing too hard to answer, so Clay just rubs her back.
The hospital elevator dings and out stride Happy, Juice, Chuckie & Filthy Phil, who is manfully restraining from saying anything like, "I would have made a much better babysitter. I already have a rear-facing Britax mounted on my bike." The bikers (and entourage) descend upon Chibs, Tig and Bobby Elvis in the waiting room, and really, at this point, the club should just take the proceeds from one of their muling runs and use it to set up the Winston Family Memorial Waiting Room, they're in the hospital holding vigil so often. Anyway, there's some exposition on how everyone's doing (short answer: ALIVE) and we get mutterings about the bikers getting ready to put the hurt on whomever struck out at Jax and Chibs and Jax's family. Yes, the brain trust thinks all these things are linked.
Little Abel's passed out in his hospital bed but honestly, the kid's so placid the rest of the time, it's not like his state is significantly quieter. A red-eyed Jax is keeping vigil by the bed; Tara is lounging in a sort of dull slump, broken only when Margaret the hospital administrator smilingly brings out the unharmed, clean-bottomed and fed baby Thomas. Tara dandles the baby on her knees and Bobby Elvis reluctantly interrupts the family reunion to let Jax know that Unser is here, presumably with information about the hand that Jax gave him earlier.