Gemma's come over to Clay's, early, even. Juice seems less than thrilled by this. But this hasn't really been a season full of thrills for Juicey, has it?
Jax and Tig have pulled up to Pope's storage facility, and Tig hops off his bike to look around. He dimly realizes something's wrong -- "You sure this is the place? I don't see any kennels or pens" -- but it's not until he turns around and notices that Jax has a gun trained on him that Tig realizes how wrong things are. Jax disarms him (the gun and the knife) and that's when Pope and his crew pull up. "Oh, no, no, no, no. Jax, man. Come on," Tig says. "Sorry, man," Jax shrugs. Pope gets out and congratulates Jax for making their meeting on time, then asks Jax for his gun -- "Just a precaution." Tig is not happy about this, to put it mildly, and Jax asks one of Pope's goons to shut Tig up with a gut punch. He then verifies that he's got the paperwork for Charming Heights, and nods at Tig, saying to Pope, "I'd do it in the garage. I spotted a couple of hikers. Sound travels out here." Pope is all, Head into a hard-to-defend spot on the say-so of a man I pressed into handing over a dear friend? Don't mind if I do, tra la la la la la ...
Tig is stripped off his cut, and Jax says, "It all comes around, Tiggy." Tig's response is to spit on him. We see Jax carefuly folding the cut as Pope's people take Tig inside. Then -- surprise, surprise -- Jax takes out the gun he had Juice hide in his saddlebag, takes out his security guard, proceeds to shoot nearly everyone else except Pope, then runs on in to rescue Tig.
As Pope gets to his feet, he chuckles, "This was not our agreement, son." "No, it wasn't," Jax cheerily concurs. He pulls Tig to his feet, unties his hands and passes over the silenced gun, saying, "You kill the man who burned your daughter alive." Pope snaps, "You stupid cracker bitch. You know what happens to whoever kills me, right?" "I'm counting on it," Jax says. Tig shoots, and the kill is fast and clean.