Offerings accepted or spurned: after club-wielding thugs fail to bring the striking Black workers back to their jobs, Jimmy asks Chalky for his demands; Jimmy sends Mickey to pay his debt to Manny with whiskey; Margaret shows her devotion to the Church in hopes that Emily will walk again. Nucky fires his lawyer and goes to New York City to hire a new one; Esther Randolph rehearses Van Alden for his testimony; Raymond places a call; and, Angela tells Jimmy a joke before inviting him to bed. Written by
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In the church where Margaret is praying for Emily's recovery, to the left of the sanctuary there hangs an image of the "Divine Mercy" Jesus, common in Catholic churches nowadays. However, that particular devotion began in the late 1930s and only reached the United States in 1941, 20 years after the events depicted. See more
[referring to Jimmy's peace offering
He tries to kill me and fails, and now he sends $5000 worth of piss water to get out of it.
He's paying his debt is all.
"He who dies pays all his debts.
I Was So Young (You Were So Beautiful)
Written by George Gershwin
Performed by Peter Mintun See more