Nucky investigates a boardwalk theft; Jimmy scores points with Johnny Torrio in Chicago; Margaret stands up to Lucy.

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Jimmy persuades Johnny Torrio that he should aggressively respond to the Sheridan Brothers Gang about how the territory of Chicago's Greektown will be divided. Luciano finds Gillian's company eases his gonorrhea-caused impotence. Lucy realizes that Margaret is getting more and more of Nucky's attention and tries to intimidate her while Nucky angles with Jersey City boss Frank Hague on how the highway construction allocations will be divided between Jersey City and Atlantic County. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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Crime | Drama | History

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24 October 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Accordng to director Tim Van Patten actor Shea Whigham, who plays Eli Thompson had a stomach virus on the day he had the billy club struggle with actor Vincent Piazza in Nucky's office. According to Van Patten, the actor carried on in a very professional manner despite his discomfort. See more »

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When Jimmy stabs his combat knife into the table the side of the blade is facing Al but when we cut to the over looking at Al the blade's edge is facing him. See more »

Quotes

Margaret Schroeder: When I was a girl in Ireland, a raggedy man would come around every spring with a little Bantam rooster. He'd trained it to peck out "The Mountains of Mourne" on a toy piano hung off his chest.
Lucy Danziger: So?
Margaret Schroeder: Well... the first year he came, we all of us, the girls in that place, we thought it magical. The second year, we laughed behind our hands at the odd man and his tatters, and the third year we didn't even go, because "The Mountains of Mourne" was all that little rooster could ever do.
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References The Taming of Kaiser Bull (1918) See more »

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That Jazz Dance
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Written by W.C. Handy
Performed by W.C. Handy's Orchestra of Memphis
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