Jimmy takes a call from Liam, who's been riding with the SAMs. He tells him he's not sure if SAMCRO trusts him, and he isn't sure if McGee has the heart for this. Jimmy doesn't need heart, though; he needs guts and brains. He hang up and kicks a table in the bar he's in, just to show us how very much he needs those things. And, if that wasn't enough, he throws a chair. He, like, really doesn't need heart, y'all. And that's why he's so emotional.
In the office at SAMCRO's garage, Tara's going through files while Chuck babbles about liking it here better than in jail. Outside, Tig and Kozik bicker like they're in love. Chuck tells Tara that, judging by the level of malevolence between Tig and Kozik, there must be a vagina involved. Not that we needed that scene, since we figured out the vagina part earlier when Tig said "her." Tara thanks him and heads outside, where she bumps into Lyla, who apologizes for Ima. Tara says it's not her fault, and she appreciates that Lyla hit her. That's the perfect segue, as Lyla sees it, to ask Tara where's a good place to go for an abortion. She wants it quiet, and off the books, and Opie doesn't know she's pregnant. She might want babies with him someday, but the timing's just not right. She's done this before, though, so it's not a big deal.
Jacob and Darby, sitting in a car. Darby swears the intel he had on the prescriptions was good, and Jacob trusts him and pays up, then offers him a new proposition. Jacob can help Darby show Charming he's turned over a new leaf, and he doesn't even have to get dirty. He just needs Darby to help him get Lumpy out of his gym, since he needs four places to do whatever dirty deed he's planning in a full Charming city block. If Darby's not interested, he can just leave Jacob's money behind. Which, of course, he doesn't.