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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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 episode title, "Paris Green" comes from the artists color paint which has a shade that can only be achieved through the addition of arsenic. See more »

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When Van Alden is baptizing Agent Sebso, we see in alternating shots that Sebso is wearing socks, and not wearing socks as he kicks his legs out of the water. See more »

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Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson: [during an argument with Eli] You know, it's too bad you didn't see Hardeen the other night.
Elias 'Eli' Thompson: What?
Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson: It's an entertaining act, but if he wasn't Houdini's bother, nobody'd give a fuck.
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Back to the Carolina You Love
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Written by Grant Clarke and Jean Schwartz
Performed by Al Jolson
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