Nucky plans to whack Joe Masseria and Gyp Rosetti, Robert stands up to Julia's abusive father, and Owen and Margaret plan to run off together.

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Nucky doubles down on his war with Gyp and Joe, sending emissaries to Chicago to enlist Torrio's help and dispatching Owen to murder Joe at a Turkish bath. The bishop disbands Mason and Margaret's classes; Mason suggests they continue the classes at a store front, Margaret says good-bye. Robert faces down Julia's father and then spends a night with her under the boardwalk. Gyp gets a lesson in rogue waves, and a few cases of whiskey wash up on the Jersey shore. Nucky rejects an idea of Chalky's. Back in Chicago, Nelson's wife distills aquavit and Nelson peddles it to Norwegians. It's only a matter of time before he runs afoul of someone. And what of Margaret's affair with Owen? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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The characters talk about Tabor Heights as a village on the beachfront. Google Maps has a place of that name well inland. See more »

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Arnold Rothstein: [to Luciano] We're on the verge of a war, Charle. You heard it yourself. Nucky Thompson's about to move on Joe Masseria, and until such time as one of them is dead, it would be unwise to venture into any new years.
Meyer Lansky: What if the deal won't wait.
Arnold Rothstein: A deal will always wait, and a fool will always rush in.
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All I Do Is Dream Of You
(1934)
Words by Nacio Herb Brown, Lyrics by Arthur Freed
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Ratchet up the tension to excruciating.
20 November 2012 | by (Los Angeles, United States) – See all my reviews

Prepare to get your heart broke, prepare to get really ticked off and prepare to look forward to the next episodes. If you haven't seen it yet: do so as soon as possible. This is tension creating at its best. If you have seen it: you know what I'm talking about, it's painful yet like a horrific car wreck you can't help but look and be terribly haunted and disturbed by what you see. This is the episode, filled with many shocking and decidedly unpleasant twists, that finally pushed this series into the "great" category (one I reserve for very few). I can now forgive its sometime contrived moments in the past. Enjoy, this is turning into a real barn burner.


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