SAMCRO rolls up and meets with August, and the bikers who are present -- Jax, Chibs, Bobby Elvis and Happy -- reluctantly disarm. They learn that Laroy's no longer in charge and that Pope would like these two crews to work things out. Jax enters in good faith; Spider-Man decides now would be a fine time to pull the gun. And that is when he discovers the gun is empty. Jax promptly beats Spider-Man into the ground and has to be pulled off the young man. As August props up Spiderman, Jax says, "I thought you pulled weapons." "I did," says August, and promptly blows out Spider-Man's brains. He then shrugs, "[Spider-Man] didn't really want to be in charge anyway," then turns over leadership of the One-Niners to Spider-Man's friend in the striped shirt, whom we learn is named Tyler, and tells Tyler to pass along the new and lasting peace between SAMCRO and the One-Niners. Chibs asks of August, "What the hell is this?" but Jax is the one who answers, quietly, "This is Pope letting us know he's the one who decides who lives and dies." Spider-Man joins Laroy in the metal locker.
Clay is sitting in his new bachelor pad, brushing off Juicey's mother-henning, when Tig comes in. The old sergeant-at-arms sits down and says, "I... uh... murdered an innocent girl." Clay refuses to take any responsibility for that with, "The lie was to protect Ope and the club, not you." Tig points out, "I was with you in the hospital every day for three weeks. You should have told me the truth, Clay." Clay claims he didn't know how. But before this conversation can get anywhere near sincerity or resolution, Tig's phone rings. It's an Oakland detective who claims to have stopped Dawn for a DUI. He's got a brother-in-law who's a Grim Bastard, so in some sort of biker solidarity move if Tig picks up Dawn himself, they won't charge her. So this conversation's on hold until Tig gets back from O-town with his squiffy daughter. As Tig leaves, Clay looks at a photo of himself with Tig -- both men very young -- then sighs.
We have a short scene where Roosevelt and his deputy deliver some exposition: They have witnesses that confirmed Tig's the one who killed Veronica Pope, they have witnesses that have confirmed Jax and Tig's shooting at a One-Niner on the road, and they are not all that keen on letting a bunch of homicidal bikers stroll around randomly shooting up people without consequence.
Tig pulls up to the Oakland yards and meets up with Detective Goodman, presumably of the Oakland PD. And now, Tig learns the hard way that you can't just trust some random dude on the phone to say he's palsy-walsy with the Grim Bastards and have him do right by you, because, in fact, this cat's on the Damon Pope payroll. Tig is cuffed, the cuffs are attached to a chain, and he's walked over to the metal locker where the remains of Spider-Man and Laroy are. The locker is currently closed.