Norman resists psychiatric commitment and grimly blames Norma even more bitterly after accidentally finding out she sought to have him committed against his will, yet sees no better alternative to the worse public facility, hence enters but stays aloof of any therapy or patient, even friendly age-peer Julian Howe, who proves a very helpful mentor. Dylan wants a clean future with Emma, hence wants out of the drug business, and is surprised when he reluctantly comes fire his weed plantation assistant that he's already sort of written off himself. Sheriff Alex Romero made all arrangements to have Norman committed as his bride's charge and insists to make the marriage credible, despite the mere registrar's wedding, as a found-out fake could compromise his career as well.
Did You Know?
The "elevator music" that plays when Norman meets Julian during dinner is Franz Schubert
's "Sereneade". See more
The woman in blue sweater behind Alex keeps appearing and disappearing between shots at the restaurant. See more
Dr. Gregg Edwards
Someone is paying a lot of money for you to be here, so you should take advantage of it. No one comes here for the food.