Gemma heads into church and asks Clay why he took all the money out of the safe. Clay blusters, "What'd I tell you about digging into club business?" "It's not club money!" Gemma shoots back. Clay snarls, "That's right. That's my money. And as long as you got enough to take care of the house and amuse yourself, you don't really need to worry about it." Gemma's head snaps back in shock and an expression of pain flickers across her face before she goes on the offense: "Did you really just say that to me?" Clay, who has decided he's in this mess because of bullshit promises he made to his old lady, says, "Maybe I should be saying shit like this to you more often, reminding you that you are not a member of this club, you're an old lady. And don't forget it!" Gemma's voice says, "Okay," but her face says, "So that's how it is, then."
Tara's buckling Abel into his car seat, so Jax wanders across the park to get rid of their picnic trash. As he reaches the can, he sees the homeless woman he met in the cemetery in season one, right before Donna's funeral. They exchange a look of recognition.
Just then, a gray windowless van zooms up next to the minivan. The passenger side door slides open, and a masked man grabs Tara and tidily lifts her into the van. Her screaming, "Oh my God! What are you doing?" alerts Jax. She's fighting, so the door's not yet closed, and Jax quickly whips out his ankle piece and begins chasing down the van. He aims a few shots at the van, which causes it to swerve. Tara's fighting her captors inside, and she gets her hand on the doorframe, bracing to fling herself out, when the van's momentum causes the door to slam shut on her hand. Tara screams in pain. The van pulls over for some reason, and there's a lot of screaming in Spanish, but it's very slow Spanish, as if the people speaking it just learned the words by Googling them. Jax pulls Tara out, there's some gun-pulling, he shoves Tara behind him, and the van takes off. Tara's hyperventilating in pain and fear, and we see her hand, crumpled and black with blood.