"Sons of Anarchy" is back, and it's crazier than ever.
Last season seemed like it was going to end on a high note as Jax turned himself in to the district attorney for the sake of his wife and kids. Then everything went to hell.
Thinking Tara had betrayed her son, Gemma paid her a visit, and things got a little out of hand.
(That's why you always have to keep mom in the loop, kids.)
The Season 7 premiere, "Black Widower," picks up with Jax finally dropping the good guy facade and getting darker than ever to avenge Tara's death.
Though the entire 90-minute premiere was crazy, here are the five most insane moments:
1. Jax proves himself to Marilyn Manson.
After slicing up another inmate, Jax takes out the guy's teeth and presents them to a high-ranking white supremacist named Ron Tully (Marilyn Manson) in order to strengthen their relationship.
2. Gemma has the mother of all awkward car rides.
Jax still clearly has no idea who was behind Tara's death, and the whole thing makes for a super awkward time for Gemma.
3. The club drags out information.
When Chibs asks a question, you better answer.
The club knows information about a blue Impala they're looking for is being withheld, so, after having a calm discussion where everyone pulled their guns on each other, the boys of SAMCRO chain the wheelchair-bound informant to a bike and drag him down the street.
Amazingly, the guy suddenly remembers the info the club wanted.
4. Juice takes Unser hostage.
After finding Juice hiding from the club in her place, Wendy allows him to stay for a few days. Later, Unser discovers him there, and Ortiz has no choice but to tie him up.
From the worried look on Juice's face, you can tell he knows he's in way over his head.
5. Gemma blames Tara's death on Lin's Chinese gang.
In classic Gemma style, she lies about Tara's murder and blames it on someone else. This leads to a brutal final scene in which Jax tortures and kills an innocent man while "Bohemian Rhapsody" plays in the background, and there's definitely no escape from reality for that guy.
Buckle up, "SOA" fans. It looks like it'll be a wild final ride.
"Sons of Anarchy" airs Tuesday at 10:00 p.m. ET on FX.