Back at the hospital, Tara and her boss, Margaret, have an awkward conversation about where Tara's friend can have a discreet abortion. Margaret thinks Tara's friend is actually her "friend," and tells her that if it were Tara, she'd fully support that decision, not because the father's a criminal but because the mother's uncertain about her future, which she knows would be an unstable environment for a baby. Tara, who seemed all casual when she walked into the room with Margaret, is suddenly in serious contemplation.
Jacob's bailed Salazar out of jail, since they have something in common: They both lost someone because of the Sons of Anarchy, and they both want the debt settled. Jacob would like to give Salazar a couple grand now and two later for two hours of his time. Not many folks could turn down $2,000 an hour, so you can't really hold it against him when he leaves his lady to get in the car with Jacob.
Back in the SAMBEL parking lot, it's full-on party time, with kids and adults fighting, drinking, running around, and being all sorts of inappropriate. Liam finishes his boxing with someone and asks who else will take him on. Jax, with a bone or two to pick unofficially, steps up. Trinity looks worried about him and a little turned on as she offers to wrap his hands. Gemma watches the serious flirtation going on and, instead of telling her son that he is hitting on his sibling, she finds herself turned on by it, too, since she invites Clay back to their room, saying she'd rather watch "my man's big dick" than her son defend his honor. Clay can't say no to that, though he does have a little concern about her heart. She gives Jax a kiss on her way out and asks Trinity where her mom is. Maureen ain't much for parties, it turns out. Or maybe she just prefers to party alone, judging by the serious drinking and smoking she's doing inside at her kitchen table.
Liam and Jax knock each other around, which is a perfect time to cut back to Charming, where Tig's no worse for wear but Kozik's bleeding from the eye after their own boxing match. They leave a prospect (who we'll call "Prospect Fail" for reasons to be made clear soon enough) at Lumpy's place, and tell him that Lumpy sleeps in the back room, so he better guard him well. Tig gives Prospect Fail a gun, and he and Tig leave. Another Prospect offers to stay, too, but the Odd Couple won't let him.
Jax is looking well-oiled post-fight, just how his sister likes him, as she congratulates him (a quick shot of a bloodied-up Liam makes it clear what a badass Jax really is) and then offers him the use of the bathroom inside her place, so he doesn't have to listen to his mom and Clay going at it. But, as they're heading back to her place, Father Ashby shows up and asks Jax to get cleaned up and then make his way to St. Matt's so they can have a talk. Jax tells Trinity goodbye, and Father Ashby tells her to put her ma to bed. Which, to Trinity, means covering her up with a blanket where she's passed out on the couch. Then she goes to bed herself with a "Love you, Ma."