Gillian plots revenge for Jimmy's murder, Billie gets a screen test, and Nicky approaches cabinet secretary Andrew Mellon with an offer he can't refuse.

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In the foreground, Nucky makes a play to derail the Attorney General, and Gillian puts a revenge plot in motion. Around the edges, Margaret accompanies Owen to the countryside to look for a pony for Emily and then has a personal conversation with Dr. Mason, Nelson (with his wife's help) finds a new vocation, O'Banion takes his case against Capone to Johnny Torio, and Nucky has to sort things out with the plucky and independent Billie. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Crime | Drama | History

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4 November 2012 (USA)  »

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The character of Esther Randolph is based on Assistant United States Attorney General Mabel Walker Willebrandt (1889-1963), sometimes referred to as "Prohibition Portia." See more »

Goofs

Sigrid (Christiane Seidel) claims "Syttende mai" (May 17) is the celebration of when Norway became free from the Danes. This is incorrect; it is the celebration of the signing of the Norwegian Constitution on May 17, 1814. See more »

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Eddie Kessler: [nervously] I don't quite know how to say this...
Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson: [sarcastically] Just start yammering like always.
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References The Sheik (1921) See more »

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Who's Sorry Now
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Written by Ted Snyder and lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby
Performed by Karen Elson, accompanied by Vince Giordano and His Nighthawks Orchestra (as Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks)
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Where is Chalky?
5 November 2012 | by (London) – See all my reviews

As an avid fan of The Sopranos, it's good to see writer and creator Terence Winter and director Tim Van Patten team up and follow a gangster related theme with Boardwalk Empire. They make some of the best episodes of the series; A Return to Normalcy, 21, Two Boats and a Lifeguard, To The Lost

"The Pony" follows the aftermath of lookalike-Jimmy's death, which leads to a great stand-off scene between Nucky and Gillian. We catch up with Van Alden as he is meeting with the Chicago crew and installing a whiskey-set at home. Sigrid is helping out; the Norwegian 17th of May is coming up. The Thompson brothers have made peace (for now?), but still has to deal with season 3 villain Gyp Rosetti (great scenes in last weeks episode, church preach and with Masseria). Harrow is still looking out for/after Jimmy Jr, but will he stay on Gillian's side? Nucky is accused for being an interlope.

But where is CHALKY WHITE in all this? He had a great storyline going on with the Ku Klux Klan in "Anastasia" and "21".

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