Jimmy's trying to reach Donny as the Russians play a board game and tell him to stop worrying. But, oh, they're not letting him go even if Donny doesn't come back, because they can't risk him turning on them if he gets caught. Jimmy's insulted Viktor would think he's a rat, and Viktor says the only thing that can happen here is to get Jimmy safely to South America, and the only way to do that is for Donny to come through with the money.
Gemma's sitting outside the police station, waiting at Stahl's car when she comes out. She pulls a gun and makes her get in the car, then takes her gun away and drives off. As they're pulling away, Tyler comes out and sees them. It doesn't look like a struggle at all, but she rushes to her car to follow. Gemma asks Stahl what she's doing with Jax, and she replies, "What did he tell you?" Gemma says nothing, which means it's bad, but Stahl assures her Jax's priority is his family. Gemma says whatever he's doing is only going to hurt his family; he just doesn't know it. Then she tells Stahl to kill the deal, or she'll turn herself into the U.S. Attorney and tell him that her statement was all lies fed to her by Stahl. She's sure that agent they're blaming (Stahl's girlfriend, Tyler, remember?) will be more than happy to back her up. Stahl tells Gemma she has no idea what she's stepping on here. Gemma tells her to end the deal, or she'll end her career. She throws her gun in the street and kicks her out. Stahl picks it up with a devilish look after her. Tyler pulls up then and asks Stahl what the hell that was. Stahl won't say, and she also won't let Tyler call it in, even though Gemma's a fugitive. She just tells her to shut up and get in the car. My, what a charmer. I can see what Tyler sees in her.
Jax, looking pretty exhausted by this point (we are halfway through the episode), tells Bobby they just have to find Tara. Bobby thinks that it should be a piece of cake, compared with the journey they all just took to find his son. Unser fills Jax, Bobby, and Clay in on the dead dark-haired woman: She was probably killed just for her car, a gray Lexus. Cut to Salazar sitting in it, calling his aunt Ramona. My Spanish isn't great, but he tells her to tell his mom he loves her. Then he and Tara head into Jacob Hale's office. Tara tries to play it cool, telling the receptionist they need to see Jacob. But the moment Jacob comes out, Salazar pulls his gun and drags Tara into Jacob's office. He tells the receptionist (the actress was clearly hired for her freak-out abilities) to let Charming know "they got themselves a hostage situation." I'm so confused about what's been going on so far, what with the kidnapping of Tara in exchange for money and dead gang leaders.