Once the burning is over, the two are outside by their bikes, and Jax asks Opie's back, "Want to tell me what happened to Piney?" With a click of the gun, Opie turns around and asks Jax at gunpoint if he'd like to explain, what with being Clay's boy and all. Jax is legitimately confused by the query, and Ope fills him in: "Clay killed my old man." For some reason, Jax has a hard time believing this. Mind you, he's seen Clay drop McGee to his death and he knows that Clay ordered Donna's hit, so why this is a surprise is a mystery, but there it is. Jax is somehow shocked that this happened. Opie shakily reminds us all, "He killed my wife, now my father. Did you know? Did you know?" Jax shouts that he didn't -- and in what is a series first, his vowels stay perfectly American the whole time. Then, because this is apparently the weekly scene in which Jax's brain takes a joyride while the rest of him is still operational, Jax tries to call the murder a "club issue" that needs to be worked out around the table. Opie asks, "What table? You're out, remember?" Then he shoots the front wheel of Jax's bike and heads out.
Cut a frantic sequence where Jax takes the hearse, tries to chase down Opie, crashes the hearse into another car, abandons the hearse, steals someone's motorcycle, then chases down Opie.
We take a break from the chase to watch Grad escort Bobby to his new cell. The noise of the door opening and shutting rouses Juice, who is curled up on the bunk in an adjoining cell. (I really hope that Juice left Chibs a note in the dispensary warning him not to go to the meet. It seems like the kind of last-minute reveal that would be likely on this show.)
Back to the chase, with a breathtaking shot of Opie flying along the street, hair streaking behind him, looking like a modern Viking about to sack and pillage Stockton. Meanwhile, Jax is sort of putt-putting along with his little backward baseball cap.