Fall Pilot Season: Sons of Anarchy
I see where she gets her looks from. The doctor recommends to Gemma that she say something encouraging to Drea De Matteo, whose name, it turns out, is "Wendy." Gemma's like "Oh hell no, I'm not talking to that crank whore!" and then we learn that this doctor and Gemma have some messy history, and that they don't like each other too much. Something tells me Gemma doesn't like any girl who gets close to her Jax, no matter who she is. We also learn the doctor has a trampy tramp stamp, courtesy of Gemma lifting up the back of her scrubs as she walks away, which is just about the most enraging non-violent thing I think I've ever seen anyone do to someone. Tara remains cool about it and informs Gemma that she leaves it there so she'll always know those days are behind her. Ha! Get it! Behind her! 'Cause it's on her back! Gemma calls her a bitch and walks away, which seems to be how she ends most conversations.
The Sons are about to embark on their Mayan invasion, when Jax swings by Opie's house to pick him up. Opie's wife figures out what he's about to do and completely loses her shit, so Jax is a real stand-up guy about it and offers to do the job for him. Opie agrees, and hands the professional grade explosives to Jax, who likely doesn't know what the hell he's doing. It's still a nice gesture that Jax made, I suppose. A nice gesture that could get all the Sons blown up, but still a nice gesture all the same. Why doesn't this kid just go to veterinarian school or something?
Clay's not thrilled about Jax doing Opie's work for him, but he doesn't have time to argue about it, so onward they charge to Mayan country, with the rest of the gang.
Now we're in some amazing nightclub, where an Asian Elvis is rehearsing. Half-Sack and Big Burly Biker are haggling with the club owner over being double-booked with Asian Elvis. Apparently in addition to gun-running bikers, they are also entertainers! The club owner tells them there's nothing he can do, because tourists love Asian Elvis, and walks off. Asian Elvis is officially toast.
Cut to the gang's infiltration of Mayan headquarters, inter-spliced with uneventful shots of Abel's surgery. Fortunately, Mayan headquarters is deserted for the moment, so the Sons have a good time going through everything and setting up the explosives. Then we cut back to the amazing nightclub, where Half-Sack is beating the living hell out of Asian Elvis, who does not break character once, even while being kicked to death. He is a true entertainer and a rising star.