Jax then goes to make nice with Tara, who is broadcasting an angry silence. She finally holds up her left hand with its engagement ring and asks him if he knows what that means. "Yes," Jax sighs. Tara emphasizes that she needs to be able to trust Jax. He protests that it was Opie who hooked up with Ima this time. Tara is all, "This isn't about Opie. It's about ... this. How you guys treat women." Jax argues that Tara can't condemn the whole club, but really -- why not? Tara correctly tells Jax not to stick the club into this discussion, as it's really about respect: "I'm the mother of your son. You hurt me, you hurt all of us." Jax vows he won't hurt her. Tara just turns around, gets into the momvan, and drives off. Gemma comes over and opines theatrically, "The sting of that betrayal ain't going to fade." Jax grunts. Gemma gets in his face and says emphatically, "I'd make sure it doesn't happen again." Hands up, those of you who suspect she's not suggesting that Jax embrace monogamy as a valid lifestyle option.
Clay is looking at the footage that the security cameras are currently recording around the club. He sees Tara's momvan leave, then notices that Unser's truck is parked outside, but it's not moving. Clay heads outside, wakes up Unser, then has a vague conversation with Unser wherein he threatens to set SAMCRO on Unser if anything should happen to him. Unser listens to the threat and it barely fazes him. Whether that's because Unser's already dying of cancer or if it's because he figures a blustering Clay is one playing from a position of weakness is anyone's guess.
Showdown at the Coke-K Corral. Chibs is loading a pistol. He's speechifying, "We know one of you is telling the truth and one of is not. It's up to you two to decide which is which." The prospects look at one another nervously. Happy says, "No one comes out of this room until we have an answer." Hey! I remember when they did this on The Shield, only it was in a railroad box car. The patched-in guys leave the room. Filthy Phil and Rat just look at the gun.
At the clubhouse, Miles is confirming to Clay that "I checked the footage at the warehouse. No one but our guys came in or out. It was all quiet." Clay nods, and then orders Miles back up to the compound after giving back the footage to Oswald's security guy.