And now, a fun little scene between Nero and Clay in the Morrow household. Clay basically asks Nero what his intentions with Gemma are, and Nero is all, "Look, I've really had a day, here ..." Clay drops it.
And why is Gemma not there? Because the morning's adventure failed to impress upon her that this is what happens when she goes trawling for strange men in bars and so she is back on the prowl.
Jax finally makes it home, asks Tara about her day, and she's all, "I totally did not talk to Otto! So... um. There is that." Jax tells her that she doesn't have to get to Otto, but Tara insists she's the only way to get to Otto, so she's in. Bobby nods approvingly and Tara eats up that ersatz approval. She asks how Oakland went, and Jax is all, "I totally did not beat a man to death with a snowglobe today! So, you know, booooooring." Married people! They never talk anymore.
Oh, wait. Jax wants to go up to the cabin for a few days and decompress. There is that pesky matter of who's going to watch them ... and if Gemma has recovered sufficiently from The Jeff Winger Experience, perhaps it will be her. We shall see in the next episode.
And for the final scene of the night ... Juice drops Clay off and gets a, "You did good today, Juicy," to which Juice replies, "Thanks, Father Figure! I'm totally not half-black!" -- well, nonverbally -- and zooms off. Clay goes inside and the Feeble Old Man act is completely gone as he greets Greg the Peg with a vicious punch, then shouts angrily at the nomads, "Idiots! You weren't supposed to kill her!" And thus the five viewers who were in doubt that Clay was in charge of these home invasions are now disabused of their ambivalence.