Juice walks inside and asks, somewhat shaken, "What happened, Clay? What'd you do to her?" Clay says evasively, "Same thing I always do," which, strictly speaking, is not true, because Tara is actually alive, unlike many of the women on this show who had the misfortune to be associated with men Clay wanted dead. ANYWAY. The point to this scene is that Juice has finally realized that a) he backed the wrong alpha dog in the club, and b) once again, a father figure in his life has proved unreliable-to-wholly-gone.
And now we find out from the helpful chaps at the chop shop that Joel McHale is "part of a crew that scams older broads, jacks their shit." Nero nods a head at Jax and indicates that things might get messy. "Don't do it here, eh?" asks the head ... chopper? Chop-shopper? Whatever, he's the spokesman for the crew and all he's asking is that SAMCRO beat down the MILF-bilker elsewhere.
Fortunately, Joel McHale agrees with this plan, as he's just stolen a car and is trying to get away from the Sons. But by the laws governing the SAMCRO universe, car never outruns motorcycle, so it's a matter of minutes before he's apprehended by a convenient arroyo. And then there's some fisticuffs and Joel McHale is $3000 lighter than he used to be, and honestly, this is nowhere near as funny as it should have been. I just deleted a long, comedy-nerd hypothesis for why this was, but honestly, we're all better off not slogging through the grim business of people telling you why something tickles the funnybone. And we are also better off having wrapped up this segment of the "Gemma Teller: The Downward Spiral" chronicles.
At the clubhouse, Greg the Peg pulls up to tell Clay that Unser swung by and totally noticed those gouges on Go-Go's neck and chest. Clay takes this about as well as can be expected, and then has to deal with Greg following up, "Jax rattled Frankie. He and Unser both know we did the break-ins. They're coming after us." Naturally, Frankie and Go-Go would like to deal with this by killing Unser, because why wouldn't that totally calm everything down? Naturally, Clay is on board with this: Because Unser "knows everything," he's got to go, so why don't the nomads all meet Clay at Unser's Airstream in two hours? The four bikers can then pool their resources and figure out how to take down one stoned, cancer-riddled old man then. Oh, wait -- Clay just said, "I'll get there first, make sure all the weapons are out of reach." And we all know that Unser's trailer is filled with nothing but weapons, so either Clay's going to persuade Unser to do a lot of decluttering ASAP or he's setting up the nomads.