9. Juice’s Number May Be Up — After Pirelli killed Frankie, Jax had nothing to take back to Eli, and proof of Frankie’s death wasn’t enough to convince Eli to turn over the rat. No matter: Jax said he knew it was Juice all along. Eli made a half-hearted attempt to talk Jax out of killing Juice, but Jax said there was nothing he could do about it. Juice is as good as dead.
In the final seconds of the episode, Juice hopped into a van, and Jax followed behind him with a loaded gun, presumably to kill him. Fade to black. End credits.
The scenes from next week, however, immediately erased any suspense, as it showed that Juice was still alive and working to save his ass.
10. We Need Tangible Evidence — Those were the words of Bobby again, reiterating that they can’t take out Clay until they have “tangible evidence” that he was behind the home invasions. I hate to beat a dead horse, but no matter how many times Bobby or Jax say that, it doesn’t make it any more true. They have plenty to indict Clay. If this was a court of law, there’d enough evidence to convict four times over. But more importantly, JAX PLANS TO KILL JUICE WITH NO “TANGIBLE EVIDENCE.” Jax had a HUNCH that Juice was the informant, and that’s all it takes to seal the fate of Juice? But with Clay? Apparently, they have to catch him in the act of shooting someone with videotaped evidence. There’s a clear double standard here. Only Jax knows that Juice is the informant, but every member of SAMCRO except for Happy and Filthy Phil know that Clay was responsible for the home invasions. And yet, it’s Juice’s life that is in immediate danger. THIS SHOW MAKES NO F**KING SENSE.