Starring: Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Kim Coates, Mark Boone Junior
Genres: Crime, Drama
NS - S3-E13
Question: What was the symbol Chibs wrote in Jimmy's blood on Stahls car at the end of the episode?
Chosen answer: It was the IRA's symbol (or their "tag"), an upside-down cross in a circle. It was done to frame them for the killings.
Question: So was Jax being a rat and the whole deal with Stahle a set up? ie. did the club know all along that Jax had something going on?
Chosen answer: Jax wasn't a rat. He knew he couldn't trust Stahl, which is why she got killed. The guys followed Jax and the others and beeped the horn, letting them know the job was done. I figure the club knows no government agent would actually be on their "side." More specifically, the club knew all along what was going on. In Jax's letter to Gemma, he explains how it was a club vote. This is meant to be everything Jax discussed with Stahl. He was simply sent to her alone because A) it needed to appear like he was actually ratting and B) Jax had the most to lose.
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Gemma: Jesus! It smells like old socks and pussy in here.
When Jax and his crew meet up with a Hispanic gang to sell them guns and are outnumbered, they run in the station wagon. The run the station wagon through a gate and roll it, destroying the front end, but magically the station wagon's front end appears with little damage afterwards.
Stephen King has a cameo appearance where he plays a character named "Bachman" (one of the guys disposing of bodies). Richard Bachman is King's pseudonym he used for several of his novels.