With the Commodore using his Coast Guard connections to put the squeeze on Atlantic City's liquor shipments, Nucky reaches out to Washington's new Attorney General, Harry Daugherty, to return a political favor. In an effort to prove his worth, Owen intervenes on a delivery intended for struggling casino operator Lolly Steinman. Two sets of dinner guests clash at Babette's; Margaret sheds her pretense with Katy and the household staff; Lucy chafes at her enforced loneliness. Written by
Did You Know?
The closing credits track, "My Man," was originally written in 1916, but became a huge hit in 1921, the year in which the events of this episode are set. Fanny Brice
recorded a top-selling version of the song that year. See more
In the close up of the gramophone in Van Alden's apartment, the record being played (a 78 speed) was spinning much too slow, more like a 33 1/3 record -- which would not be available until 1948. See more
Performed by Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra See more