Once Maureen is gone, Jax says he's heading out to meet some nuns at the orphanage where Abel (supposedly) is. Gemma leaps up and insists upon going, over Jax's repeated objections. Clay tells Jax what we all know: there's no keeping Gemma from this. He only asks that Gemma try not to kill anyone today. She doesn't say anything, but you know she's making no promises. Jax says they're taking Opie with them, while Clay takes Bobby, Happy, and Chibbs to go find this address Maureen handed them. Jax doesn't seem too outwardly concerned with the fact that Clay might kill Jimmy O if he finds him. In fact, if Jax has had any kind of plan for getting Jimmy back to the States alive without telling his brothers about the deal with Stahl, the audience hasn't been made privy to it.
Next, a scene of simple Irish domesticity, as Jimmy O sits at a kitchen table, glass of brandy and ash tray in front of him. Along with seven guns of various style and type. While screams of anguish peal out from the other room. Donny ducks into the kitchen, panting from the effort (torture is HARD!). He produces -- darkly funny parallel alert! -- a similar slip of paper to Maureen's, this one also with an address on it. This one's got blood on it, though. Then Donny and Jimmy talk. About things. Things! You know, typical things. Look, I can't chisel my way through those brogues and neither can you, so let's all just assume that Jimmy plans to do something nefarious at this address and call it a day, huh?
On their way out, Jimmy and Donny check in on their little font of information -- it's Sean Casey, if you hadn't already guessed -- and give him a little parting gift in the form of a bullet through the head. The blood spatter gets all over the crucifix on the wall, kind of negating the point of covering the floor in plastic wrap. Though it does offer quite the obvious metaphor for the role religion plays in Irish strife. Because, see, the blood represents violence. And, like, death and stuff? And the crucifix is sometimes used as a symbol for Catholic shit. Tell me if I'm moving too fast for you.
After the blarney-infused credits, we return to a close-up on the brain goo poking out of Casey's bald head. Nice. Clay and company bust in and realize they're too late. The teeth on the floor let them know he was tortured before he was killed. Chibbs immediately leaps to the obvious conclusion: he's looking for Fiona and Carrie Ann. Clay tells them to call Juice and have them bring the ladies to the alley. Because, yes, I'd forgotten that Juice was tasked with keeping them safe and that's why he wasn't around last week.