At the Charming PD, Tig and Kozik show up, and Wayne and Stahl inform them that Margaret has returned. They tell the tale of Tara taking a slice at Salazar's girl and how she stayed behind in exchange for Margaret's freedom. Nobody thinks this looks altogether sunny for Tara. Stahl even feels bad enough that she apologizes -- sincerely, even! -- to Tig.
Belfast. The Sons toast the return of their little boy, and it's a pretty festive atmosphere. But it's also time to pack up to head back. On their way out to the truck, Opie and Bobby give a nod towards Trinny and ask Jax if he hit that. He says no, but he declines to reveal why, just saying it didn't feel right. "That'd feel right to me," Bobby leers, and Jax has to push both of these creepers out the door. Trinny then comes up to Jax, and he asks her how she's doing, and it's all still very awkward to watch. He then asks how her mom's doing, which gives us a chance to peek in at Maureen, who is currently sneaking a stack of John Teller's letters -- including the one she was reading earlier -- into Jax's things. As bombs go, it's a pretty effective one.
Meanwhile, Salazar had driven Tara and the recently deceased Luisa out onto a deserted road. He's rapidly unraveling, and Tara telling him Luisa is gone doesn't help matters. There's a moment of silence between them, where Tara is clearly contemplating her next move, but her options are seriously limited, and before she can think of anything, Salazar screams out in rage and slams her down on the hood of his car. He puts his gun to her head, and that's where we leave things off for the week. Best of luck, Tara!