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When fugitive Chalky comes to Nucky hunting for Narcisse, Nucky advises him against revenge and hides him. Van Alden and Eli are arrested, and an 1897 Nucky moves up with the Commodore.

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Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson
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Margaret Thompson
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Al Capone
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Lucky Luciano
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Chalky White
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Mickey Doyle
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Valentin Narcisse (credit only)
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Willie Thompson (credit only)
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Gillian Darmody
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Meyer Lansky
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Ralph Capone
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Sheriff Jacob Lindsay
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Mrs. Zeller - Crab Woman
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Chalky turns up at Nuckys doorstep looking for information on Narcisse. Nucky arranges a meeting through Torrio with Maranzano to discuss Luciano's move on Nucky. Mueller and Eli are arrested - in order to avoid prison time both will have to cooperate in retrieving information about Al Capones finances. Back in 1897, Deputy Sheriff Enoch Thompson gets closer and closer to the Commodore. Written by urema

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Crime | Drama | History

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5 October 2014 (USA)  »

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In Season 1, Episode 12, the gravestone of Nucky's wife Mabel indicates she was born in May 1885 and died in 1913. That would mean that, in this episode's flashbacks, set in 1897, that Mabel was eleven or twelve years old. She is obviously quite a bit older than that. See more »

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Elias 'Eli' Thompson: [their identities and crimes exposed, Van Alden and Eli sit in the interrogation room] Look, I don't know about you, but my life is a fuckin' shipwreck!
Nelson Van Alden: [sarcastically] Well, land ho!
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Let's Put Out the Lights (and Go to Sleep)
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Written by Herman Hupfeld
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Disappointed so far
20 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Like most I was so looking forward to the beginning of this final season, last seasons edge of seat cliff hangers were exceptional.

So far this season I have been bored, and left wanting more. This episode was no exception, now considering they have just killed off two central characters has made me say WTF. Although Michael Shannon's character was always a bit of a shaky one in comparison to the first season, part of me is glad he is dead, its almost like the writers didn't know what do with his characters and as such made it up as they went a long. Chalky White was a decent character, and I would have liked to have known how he found himself in prison. I know he explains in in some way but the explanation seems incredibly half assed.

We got to see more of Al Capone which is great and great to see a fellow Liverpudian do well in Stephen Graham. Again I would have liked to have seen the first and second episodes of the season show is rise instead of seeing it in a news bulletin.

I hope for more, and as of yet the show has never disappointed, but so far this season it has. I think the show peaked at season 3 and has never found its feet since.


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