After the credits, we go to Jimmy's hideout, where he's trying to impress upon his Russian hosts that the faster he's out of the country, the happier he'll be. The Russians don't seem too concerned about Jimmy's feelings.
Back at Teller/Morrow Motors (and the clubhouse compound), Tig's coming through the front office. He passes a big pile of paper boxes -- the kind meant to store reams of paper, I mean -- and Chuckie says he's got something to show Tig, but Tig's not terribly interested. Well, Chuckie's first mistake was not asking with an opening like, "I might or might not have some Mexican hookers in one of these boxes. Want to see?"
Tig runs into Opie outside; the younger man is carrying two giant rifles -- KG-9s, according to Tig -- that belong to him and Piney. They will apparently be picking up a third giant weapon later. The gun talk ceases as Unser walks over and tells him he'll be at the station if they need him. Tig cheerfully tells him, "You're the best, Chemo-sabe!" Unser does not find this as amusing as Tig does.
Gemma pounds on the hood of Unser's car and dramatically announces that she's turning herself in. Unser's all, "The hell?" but he's clearly having a bad day health-wise and he's in no mood to attempt to reason with Gemma, so off they go.
Meanwhile, Clay is chatting with Big Otto, who is dishing up exposition: Lenny the Pimp (another one of the original nine members of SAMCRO and fellow prisoner) is tight with the Russian crew inside the prison, so if Otto can get Lenny to talk to his pals and find out where Jimmy O's hiding -- and do it ASAP -- that would be swell. Now that business talk is over, Bobby Elvis moves to the small talk, asking the still-fairly-recent widower how he's doing. For a one-eyed guy who's probably going to death row for his most recent murder (of a fellow inmate, as captured on security camera), Otto's doing okay.