So while I do not love that Gemma has called CLAY to deal with her little corpse-on-the-floor problem, I do love that she got fully kitted out in her power drag (skin-tight jeans, skyscraper heels) and put on her face and did her hair before calling her ex. Gemma has clearly delineated priorities. That being said, she also has a case of the stupids, because what is the last thing you'd want to give an ex who has a proven track record of manipulating people based on the secrets he holds over them? LEVERAGE IN THE FORM OF A CORPSE. Forum posters, start your pool on how long it takes before Carla's body surfaces, it looks like a Nero hit, and Clay brings it up at church all, "How can we go into business with this guy? I'm so concerned for the club!"
Sergeant Jerkstore still isn't dead yet, mostly because Tig couldn't find a length of pipe lying around and mysteriously lacks the wrench skills to just detach a length from the plumbing. This does not speak well of his work as a mechanic. Hey... remember how in Season One, these guys would nominally pretend to work as mechanics in between criminal capers? Who do you suppose is running the shop now? Or have the people of Charming finally accepted that Teller Morrow Motors is pretty much the most erratic repair shop in town? Anyway, I am blathering on about things utterly unrelated to this scene because really, there are only so many ways you can beat a man to death with a snowglobe and Jax has exhausted them all in the first two minutes of his bludgeoning. When he's done, he does look strangely at peace.
The next scene has Tig sharing his plans to bury the bodies, with some extra strategery thrown in by Bobby, who would prefer that the two corpses not be discovered by hikers any time soon. Bobby wanders off and Chibs calls to Tig, "Hey!" He slings an arm around him and asks, "You okay?" Tig takes a drag on his cigarette and says, "Yeah. I am. That was really good for me." Chibs pauses for a moment, then gives Tig an affectionate smooch. It is both adorable and deeply disturbing.