Bates Motel (2013–2017)
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Gone But Not Forgotten 

Norma's anxiety builds as the bypass is ahead of schedule. Norman obsesses on Miss Watson's death and Bradley's search for father's killer leads to extremes.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Emma Decody
Principal Tom Hutchins
Nick Ford
Remo Wallace
Lee Berman
Amelia Martin
Dr. Helen Ginsberg


Four months have passed since the death of his school teacher Miss Watson and Norman still has no recollection of exactly what happened that night. He remembers being at her house but the next thing he recalls is running down the road in the rain. He visits her grave frequently and on one occasion manages to photograph a stranger standing at her grave. Bradley Martin, who attempted suicide after realizing her dead father was having an affair with a woman using the initial B, is released from a mental institution. She approaches her father's former business partner, Gil, who brushes her off. She decides to take a more direct approach. Norma meanwhile takes on the local municipal council after she learns that work has begun on the bypass. Written by garykmcd

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3 March 2014 (USA)  »

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This episode features Bach's Prelude from Partita No. 3. This piece was also used in August Rush, which also starred Freddie Highmore. See more »


Norma Louise Bates: I'm just a little concerned that you seem obsessed with, uh... morbidity or something. I mean, you spend your days equally mooning over a dead teacher and taking apart dead animals - it's just weird!
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Hollywood [feat. Penguin Prison]
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Bates Motel returns with more twists then ever!
3 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

Bates Motel has always been known to throw multiple main stories around at the same time and draw mass amounts of suspense. let me be the first to tell you that the second season does not disappoint those standards. trouble arises with Bradley that most of us would not see coming. the new bi pass that threatens the motels newly found sturdy cliental base prepares to start construction. Normans Teacher is found dead in her apartment (shocker). there is a 4 month gap from her funeral to the start of this seasons events. Bates Motel got surprisingly popular due to the amount of crazy people in this town and in the first season they remind you of it a hundred percent. To be honest this is one of the best season openers i have ever seen and am extremely excited for the rest of the season to play out.

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