After killing Gil Turner, Bradley hides out in Norman's basement. Her plan is to take a bus out of town. Norma is still worried about Norman's blackouts and decides that he needs something new to keep him occupied. The local community theater is putting on South Pacific and she suggests they both try out for it. Nick Watson isn't too pleased with the pace of his daughter Blair's murder investigation and tells police chief Alex Romero things can change in the town. The police soon get a break in the case and make an arrest. Dylan and Remo aren't too keen on Gil's replacement.
Did You Know?
In this episode Norma (Vera Farmiga
) enquiries about Norman's (Freddie Highmore
) blackouts using her sister as an example. Throughout the series her sister is never seen, but in Psycho II
(1983) the character of Emma Spool, Norma's sister, tells Norman she is his real mother. See more
[ringing up his groceries
You're doin' errands for your mom. Aren't you a dying breed.
Yeah. I guess we're all doing that, too.
Dying. I mean, once we're born, that's what we're doing, right?
References Shadow of a Doubt
Maybe This Time
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Performed by Vera Farmiga See more