A rough 24 hours for Nucky: Margaret and the children are gone, Eddie needs a hospital, and Eli is in Chicago hoping for reinforcements. Nucky turns to Chalky, who still wants a club on Atlantic City's strip. Gyp turns up the heat, stationing his men everywhere and offering $25,000 to anyone in Chalky's neighborhood who gives up Nucky. Will Chalky protect Nucky? And even so, is that enough firepower to face Gyp with Joe Masseria's men? Gillian snoops in Richard's room, and heroin is burning a hole in Luciano's pocket.
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All the Staten Island bungalows that represented north side houses of Atlantic City's African-American residents were destroyed not long after they were filmed by Hurricane Sandy. See more
[last lines as he unexpectedly emerges from the back of the group
We been on the road for 18 hours. I need a bath, some chow; then you and me sit down, and we talk about who dies, eh?
Is There Still Room for Me Neath the Old Apple Tree
Lyrics by Edgar Leslie
and Lew Brown
and music by Maurice Abrahams
Performed by Albert Campbell & Henry Burr See more