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Was kind of surprised they killed off Owen, but I couldn't see the two "running away" as the way that both characters leave the show.
Next episode looks great! That's the Boardwalk Empire we all want to watch, none of this sappy, boring bullshit. Definitely looks as if the Harrow is ready to murk Gillian from the promo as well, so I think that's a pretty good guess. Looking forward to seeing some good ol' gun fights.
I was ready to write off the entire show because it's been so mind numbing this season. This episode brought the show back to life. Awesome line at the end with Capone, and a BIG PLUS to no Margaret this episode.
They could've done so much more with Van Alden. I was waiting for him to get mobbed up and start killing people for a living.
I think people liked that scene with Capone at the end, not just because of how he was protrayed, but also because it meant that Nucky now had a fair chance of fighting back. Probably goes without saying, but worth the reminder.
When Gillian walked into the room and up to the tent, I thought Gyp was in there. It makes sense, he's completely crazy.
Even though it was nice to see Harrow kill people, the whole scene seemed so implausible. Almost every guy Harrow saw, he got the 1st shot off on. For the few guys on the staircase who shot at Harrow first, they all missed. At one point, Harrow is literally standing there and just firing at every guy looking at him. It's like they all circled around him waiting for their turn to get killed.
We never found out what Capone got out of the whole deal.
I think Capone's deal is probably involves a plan to take out Torio (sp?) and letting him run the show. He always wanted to "make it big" sorta thing
Earlier in the season I thought Capone would usurp Torrio, and take him out. What the show has shown us is that after Torrio came back from Italy, he literally just wants to relax. From the looks of it he's already letting Capone handle just about everything anyway.
THE ROCK: "What's your favorite donut?"
DETECTIVE #2: "Jelly."
THE ROCK: "Oh, you like jelly. Well, jelly's a good one. The Rock says this; write this down. When you leave here, go down to Dunkin Donuts, get the biggest jelly donut you can find!"
(crowd pops louder)
LAWLER: "Oh, no... this guy's a COP!"
THE ROCK: "Write it down. Hold that jelly donut up, SQUEEZE all the jelly out, squeeze all the-- write it down; you like writing things down-- squeeze all the jelly out, and then-- write this down, you don't want to forget this-- TURN that sumbitch sideways, and stick it STRAIGHT UP your CANDY ASS!"
i enjoyed the finale but this time it felt like they tried to stuff too much into it and end unique points too quickly like Luciano, and Rothstein getting the upper hand on Nucky only to have it taken away with 1 phone call
but it was a good episode, the part with Harrow was a bit fantastical he should have at least gotten shot and preferably critically shot with his final scene being the part with him taking the kid to safety (maybe that will still happen?)
I had it dvr'd and it stopped recording before the show ended, did anything happen after Nucky was pulling a smoke out at the boardwalk? it cut out right when a couple asked him if he was Nucky
This season, the series entered more depressing and psychological territory, and it's likely that Thompson will continue to develop into a more introspective and guarded character, rather than the showy and complacent honcho he once was.
In the end, we see a different Nucky on the same old boardwalk. He has "won," eliminated a volatile enemy and check-mated his most powerful rival. He's back in control of Atlantic City, but he yearns for a certain anonymity. He ditches his signature boutonniere, and declines the doormen at the Ritz.
As he puts it, "I don't want anyone knowing who I am. I don't want anyone looking into my business. I don't want anyone coming near us who we don't already trust."