This episode takes up immediately where the last one left off: SAMCRO and their Mayan counterparts are looking at the tidy stacks of cocaine packages and wondering why there is one missing. Each side immediately begins blaming the other for the missing kilo, and Juice attempts to deflect attention with, "It was all here before ten. I came by after I hit the weed shop and did a walk-through." Alvarez says thoughtfully, "So you were the last one here?" Juice says, "Yeah, I stuck a key of blow down my pants and just walked out. Douchebag." His tone practically screams, "I did, really!" but nobody notices, because Alvarez has just lunged for Juice, and naturally, everyone has to make a big, noisy show of holding each other back.
Clay quickly ends all the hollering and grappling by firing his weapon into the air. He shouts, "Now, killing each other ain't gonna solve anything." Cut to Tig looking at Clay in disbelief; his expression reads, I hardly KNOW you anymore! Everyone quickly leaves so the club leadership on both sides can hash this out. Clay promises to go over the security surveillance -- there are cameras at all the entrances -- but that really doesn't soothe anyone. Alvarez says Rafi, who's logged 15 years as a soldier, wouldn't have taken the cocaine; Jax is equally adamant about Juice. On the one hand, I suppose he has to be: it's a lousy MC leader who sells out his guy at the first opportunity. On the other hand, did nobody notice how weirdly Juice was acting? In a moment of unintentional hilarity, Jax suggests that perhaps Rafi is buffeted by outside pressures nobody knows about. Alvarez responds by reminding us all that Romeo will be here before the end of the episode, so this "Who took the coke?" riddle has to be solved in another 50 minutes. He then makes his exit with, "We find the bitch who did it? It don't matter if he's Mayan or Son, he's dead." Clay and Jax sulk a little, then try to see if they can figure out who it is via deductive reasoning. Here are their premises: "No way it was Juice" and "Miles is too stupid." Therefore, according to the process of elimination, it has to be one of the two prospects who were completely ignorant of what the crates held, Filthy Phil or Rat Boy. Anyway, Jax goes to call Happy. Those poor pledges.
Tara drives her momvan over to Teller Morrow. She's got a staff meeting to get to, and Grandma is going to be watching Thomas until it's over. (Abel is conveniently off-camera with the babysitter, who apparently is not getting paid enough to take both kids to Target.) Gemma asks how Elyda the babysitter is working out, and Tara says, "She's good. Abel likes her. She's teaching him Spanish." Gemma, perhaps thinking back to her last parental visit, says, "Just keep her away from Tig." I don't know; I wouldn't mind seeing Bachman again. Just then, a taxi pulls up and the cabbie asks for $18.25. We see a teenaged girl ask the cabbie to hold on. She locks eyes on Gemma, and Gemma sighs, "Oh, Christ." Tara asks, "Who's that?" Gemma replies, "Half of Satan's spawn. Here -- take the baby."