Cut to Clay frantically trying to call off the hit, despite being told repeatedly by Romeo and Luis that such a thing isn't possible. During the phone call between Clay and the two cartel honchos, Romeo and Luis do a lot of eye-rolling and silent miming of laughter to indicate that Clay is totally screwed. Also, they could call off the hit if they wanted to... but they don't. Instead, they figure they'll just let the hitman (AKA "The Collector," per the closed captioning) know that Jax is with the target, and he's armed.
Clay then storms out and dispatches Tig to chase down Jax. This being Tig, he does not ask questions. Chibs then hits up Clay to let him know that Juice is MIA. Clay figures Roosevelt's got Juice, but since the club hasn't heard from Lowen, that's not likely. Opie offers to look for Juice up at the cabin. Besides, he should check in with Piney. It is a good thing Clay is wearing sunglasses because otherwise his eyes would be bugging out like a cartoon character. Instead, he's all, "You should stick around! There's pie!" Actually, there's no pie. Which is a pity. And yet Opie lingers, although he gives Clay a sideways look. (I dearly hope this pays off in a future episode.)
Jax is filling up the van at a gas station, sticking his tongue out at the boys to make them laugh. A California Highway Patrolman pulls up right as Tara grabs Abel for a bathroom run. Tara tells him to relax -- "We're civilians" -- and heads out. In the spirit of getting away from it all, Jax then leans into the van and turns off his ringing phone. As he does, a disembodied voice asks, "How'd you like it?" Jax drops the phone in surprise and squeaks out, "Excuse me?" The motorcycle cop says, "My daughter wants one." Jax calms down a bit and says, "Oh! Uh, my old lady loves it. It's hers." The cop nods, as if wanting a minivan is incomprehensible to him. Jax then asks how fast the BMW 1150 the cop's riding is. "Fast enough," shrugs the patrolman. He asks, "You ride?" "Yeah," Jax says with admirable understatement. He and the patrolman talk motorcycles for a bit more, and you can practically see the revelation dawning as Jax realizes plenty of people share his passion for riding, yet do not want to kill him. It is like he has just glimpsed a view into a parallel universe.