Van Alland remains suspicious of Sebso, the dying Commodore seeks a rapprochements with illegitimate son Jimmy, and Margaret leaves after a domestic argument with Nucky.

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Arnold Rothstein
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Al Capone (credit only)
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Lucky Luciano (credit only)
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Van Alland remains suspicious of Sebso and his story of murdering a star witness in self-defense. Sebso asks Nucky if he can help and he's directed to a distillery to bust with unexpected results. The dying Commodore seeks a rapprochement with illegitimate son Jimmy and the attending doctor reveals some unexpected information. Angela expects to leave for Paris with her son and Mary, but she must change her plans. Margaret leaves Nucky after a domestic argument with him when she feels that the city treasurer is only using her. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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Crime | Drama | History

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The scene set in the Shinese restaurant with Michael Shannon as Agent Van Alden is the first time the actor ever had his mother on set watching him on a movie set. See more »

Goofs

In the scene where agent Van Alden finds a congregation by the river while searching for a bootlegging operation, as he approaches the congregation one of the parishioners near the river is wearing Croc's. for shoes. See more »

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Gillian Darmody: [to Jimmy about the Commodore] I told the doctor that I'd meet him at your father's house. No one deserves to die alone.
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Il Trovatore
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Written by Giuseppe Verdi
Performed by Boardwalk One Man Band
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