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
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Although Hardeen is not shown as being as good a magician as brother Houdini, in reality he was just as good and created some of his brother's most famous illusions. See more
When Jimmy D puts his son into bed near the end you briefly see his bright blue and red modern underwear. See more
Commodore Louis Kaestner
[annoyed aat Jimmy's indifference to his dog's death
You're a stony little bastard.
James 'Jimmy' Darmody
I'm what time and circumstance have made me.
The Man on the Flying Trapeze
Lyrics by George Leybourne
with music by Gaston Lyle
Performed by Wurlitzer153 See more