Jimmy arrives from Chicago under his new agreement with Nucky to retaliate against a rival gang element, the D'Alessio brothers from Philadelphia, who've been recruited by Luciano to further Rothstein's Atlantic City interests. He receives a chilly reception from Angela when he gets home, totally unaware that she's involved in a menage a trois with photographers Robert and Mary Dittrich. Gillian uses her access to Luciano to Jimmy's advantage, but Van Alden interrupts Jimmy's plans for Luciano's execution and arrests him for the woods murders with Billt Winslow as his star eyewitness. Despite these circumstances Nucky is confident that Jimmy's path to freedom does not lie with a good lawyer, but through other means. Madame Jeunet asks Margaret to intercede on her behalf with Nucky on the new protection rate she must pay, and the dying Commodore urges Nucky to drop the current mayor and brother Eli as sheriff and switch his support in the critical upcoming election. Written by
Did You Know?
Sophie Tucker (1887-1966), the legendary "Last of the Red Hot Mamas," was a Ukranian born but thoroughly Americanized jazz singer, who belted out songs with the style and personality of Ethel Merman and Bette Midler, who were among the many performers who were influenced by her. Although she did make movies, she was primarily a vaudeville and nightclub singer until her 1965 retirement. She recorded her signature song "Some of These Days" for the first time in 1911, and it was an immediate hit. Portrayed by Kathy Brier, Tucker appears in the nightclub scene in which Nucky proposes the mayor's job to Edward Bader. See more
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A reputation takes a lifetime to build and only a second to destroy.
References Wagon Tracks
Written by Tony Jackson
, Gus Kahn
and Egbert Van Alstyne
Performed by Beligan Band Organ See more