Zip! Back to Georgie, who is shocked -- shocked! -- that the Asian investors went ahead and, you know, invested. Neither Bobby Elvis nor Tig really buy this, and they quickly walk him over to his car. As Georgie blithers along, Bobby nods and Tig pops the trunk, then Opie gets Georgie in by means of a blow to the solar plexus. Bobby sighs and says, "There's only one way I'm not going to kill you. You're going to tell me the truth about Luann." Georgie pleads ignorance and Bobby says, with a gentle incredulity that belies the volcanic anger in his expression, "You know nothing?" He shoves a gun barrel into Georgie's mouth and that is enough to get Georgie talking -- "I'll tell you the truth, but you can't kill me! You guys live by your word and shit, right?" Ha -- good one! But Georgie seems to believe it, so Bobby nods and plays along, all the while shaking with rage, and we get the truth: Georgie sent a few goons to rough Luanne up, and when she had the nerve to fight back, the beating went overboard and she died of her injuries. We cut to a heartbreaking shot of Bobby's face. Reader, that was the moment when I became convinced that Bobby lied to Big Otto about one key thing, and he really did love Luanne despite himself. Once Georgie finishes his tale, he points out that Bobby can't kill him. "I know," Bobby says, and he closes the trunk with a sigh that sounds nearly like a sob. Then he nods to Tig and Opie, who made no such promises. They perforate the trunk with bullets.
Back at the SAMCRO compound, those brothers who have been busy playing real-life Call of Duty with the cartel all get off their bikes, looking stunned and exhausted. Clay orders that Kozik's cut be taken back to Tacoma. Juice asks if Kozik has any family, and Chibs mutters, "Brother. San Diego, I think." Juice makes a face and stomps off; Jax orders Chibs to handle breaking the news to the brother at some point. He then turns to Clay and says, in a tone larded through with I TOLD YOU SO, "He almost made it out."