Nucky and Margaret host a lavish New Year's Eve party. He announces to all his associates that he will only be selling liquor to Arnold Rothstein and anyone who wants to buy alcohol will have to deal through him. This angers the vicious Gyp Rosetti, and he alienates everyone involved. Gilliam, who now operates a brothel, wants Tommy to think of her as his mother and requests that Richard not refer to the now dead Angela. Margaret becomes involved in women's health issues in her position in the local hospital. Written by
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The term "Take it on the arches," is a reference to a line spoken by Joe Spinell to Robert De Niro in Executive Producer Martin Scorsese's "Taxi Driver." See more
[changing the subject as he looks at the headline
What do you think of the lady flier?
Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson
She should spread her legs and leave spreading her wings to her husband.
References Taxi Driver
Three O'Clock in the Morning
Music by Julián Robledo
and lyrics by Dolly Morse
Performed by OC See more