Sheriff Romero responds to Norma's 911 call and has a surprising proposal for her concerning the deaths of Keith Summers and Zack Shelby. Even with those recent events now behind them, Norma reacts badly to Dylan's decision to move into his own place. The hotel is not quite open yet but gets its first guest Jake Abernathy, who claims to have been a regular when Summers owned the place. He asks Norma if he can continue with the same deal he had with the previous owner - he will rent the entire place one week, pay cash in advance and require complete privacy. He assures her there's nothing illegal going on. Norma naively agrees. The equally naive Norman meanwhile is happy to see that Bradley has returned to school. His hopes of an ongoing relationship prove to be too much to ask for however.
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The first motel customer shows his driver's license, but pays in cash rather than providing a credit card. Dylan then tells Norma, "He paid in cash, rather than letting me see his driver's license." See more
It's just something that happened. I'm really sorry. I shouldn't have done it with someone... like you.
Someone like me.
Written by Chris Bacon
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