Jimmy tries to make things right with Nucky, the KKK murderers get justice, and Nucky marries Margaret to avoid her testimony at his trial.

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Jimmy tries to make things right with Nucky and helps him with his election fraud trial and needs help in return in settling his dispute with Manny Horvitz. On Fallon's advice, Nucky proposes to Margaret and admits that one of his motivations, in upcoming addition to loving her and her children, is to keep her from testifying against him in the upcoming federal trial. Although she agrees, it soon becomes apparent that her religious beliefs trump her loyalty to him. Jimmy finds out that he is not the primary heir of the Commodore's estate while Lansky and Luciano decide on entering into satisfying the growing market in heroin. Written by duke1029

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The "Harding Highway" discussed in the episode was opened in 1923 and ran from Penn's Grove 4.26 miles southeast to Atlantic City. Initially it was officially known as Rte. 18S and is currently known as State Highway 48. See more »

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Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson: Et tu, Eli?
Elias 'Eli' Thompson: What?
Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson: Shakespeare, Julius Caesar...
Elias 'Eli' Thompson: [after Nucky's words sink in] There's a character named Eli?
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A Daring new step forward....
13 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I want to say that the Season 2 finale was excellent. It was a brilliant conclusion to a brilliant second season that got much better than it's first season. Now, how about we talk about what everyone else will be talking about...

The show took quite a risky move here. VERY risky and I applaud that they had the balls to do it. Of course, I'm going to miss that character, but I have faith in the writers of course that they will create yet another great season. I just wished that there weren't so many fans complaining. But a daring move it was, but this brings way to new possibilities


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