Meanwhile: let us behold the splendor of Dondo! (And wonder why, once again, we've been saddled with a bad D&D name. You just know Dondo travels with the Rod of Samtaz or something.) Dondo is the alter ego of David Hasselhoff, providing exposition and chin dimples: "Georgie contacted me a few weeks ago, said he wanted to use my best seller -- Saffron Sorority Girls -- to make a new run of his dolls." Tig's eyes bug out in horror and he stammers, "Wait, wait -- dolls?" Dondo, oblivious to Tig's discomfort, says zestily, "Yeah. Life. Sized. Sex. Dolls. They look and feel just like the real thing. It's a huge market." We go back to Tig, who looks haunted by the knowledge that out there is a perversion even he cannot abide. Jax bids Dondo to call Georgie and tell him "Sorority Girl #1" (a.k.a. Lyla) had a change of heart -- to do it for Luann.
Dondo bites into the notion of avenging Luann with all the relish of a drunk having a delicious hamburger: "You're telling me Georgie had something to do with Luann's murder? I know what [it means when the bikers want a 'private chat.'] It means you're going to whack him." Jax and Bobby Elvis crack up before explaining that Adriana La Cerva's presence in season one notwithstanding, the Sons aren't the Mob. "We don't whack people, Dondo," Jax says. Dondo is disappointed: "Well, that's too bad, because I'm not going to hook you up unless you crush that hyper-douchebag's skull. I loved Luann. She mentored me. She taught me that I was more than a big cock." We cut to Tig, whose brain is still broken by the horror of people having sex with dolls. But Dondo is adamant: He wants Georgie dead. The bikers are all, "... Well. If you insist."
Meanwhile, Unser breaks into Tara's office and steals the copies she's made of the letters. He leaves a stack of blank pages in their place, which is baffling and dumb, given that he grabs the blank paper from her fax machine and it would be five minutes' work to make a second set of copies. Then Tara would never know someone had broken into her office, and Unser would still have what he needed. But that's apparently too logical.