You've got to give Opie credit: He's in shock, he's in pain, and he's grappling with is a lot of betrayal at once, but he's smart enough to ask what reason Unser might have for telling Opie. Unser lies, "Gemma confronted Clay about Piney. He almost killed her. Beat her bloody. Clay's out of control. You're no stranger to that. He tried to kill you and killed your wife." Opie is on his knees, rocking back and forth and sobbing in front of Piney's body. Unser continues, gently and inexorably, "If you don't believe me, go see Gemma's face, Ask her who did it." We get a terrifying shot of Opie -- he looks like a Viking marauder in the grip of a berserker frenzy -- and Unser says to this mountain of fury, "Clay's got to go, son. Before he kills someone else you love." The episode ends on Opie's steely face.
Well! I personally cannot wait to see whether or not Clay is anything more than a wet smear on the pavement by the end of next week. It should be goooooooood.
Lisa Schmeiser is thinking Opie is one horned helmet away from sacking Oakland. He could do it! Send her mead and flaming longships at firstname.lastname@example.org.