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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by bsnelson, Sep 8, 2013.
I don't think we are supposed to know yet.
Hey! Herc got work!
He still sounds more like an east coast Eyetalian, not a Chicaguh guy.
Has Rothstein suffered from the Black Sox scandal yet? (I think it was mentioned a season or two back?) What did finally ruin him?
"I put my getting killed at 13 to 1 against."
We are quite a bit after the Black Sox scandal, that was 1919.
It was a bullet that ruined him in 1928.
and the actress doesn't have any IMDB credit for this season
Neither does Steve Buscemi, FWIW.
As strategies for putting the spark back into a marriage go, that one leaves a little bit to be desired...
But that Fed knows a thing or two about career advancement!
The kid's babe in the woods act could be just the thing that trips up Nucky good.
and I don't need it to go in the mouth.
How about Gillian being off the chemical deep end thanks to the boost from Gip?
uh oh...someone is in big trouble!
Those 2 guys harrow killed at the beginning mentioned something about laying low, the other guy killed at his desk said he was just a middle-man. I suspect a scheme defrauding people of their farms and they had gone after Emma. That was a mistake!
Why is everyone refusing to discuss what happened at the whorehouse?
I'm assuming you mean with the talent agent and Chaulky's assistant? I mentioned it earlier. Not really much to say there, it's pretty self explanatory.
(unless you're talking about Darmity mom, in which case I have nothing to say except I wish she'd just go away)
I was talking about the scene in the courtroom where the judge kept asking what the heck happened that night (when Harrow killed all the people in the whorehouse and took the kid to his GF). Both sides refused to talk about it.
It seemed strange that the judge didn't know. Even stranger that nobody would talk about it.
I think Jillian was simply unwilling to admit in court during a custody proceeding that a) it was a whorehouse and b) she knows anything about gangsters.
Sure, I get that. But the other side should have been more than happy to give as much detail as possible about the events. I guess you could say they didn't know what happened (only that the child came to them with blood all over him), but I can't imagine what happened is a big secret.
Al Capone is such a huggable wittle wascal.
Yeah, his playful banter with the reporter who misspelled his name was adorable.
The actor says that they're showing that Al was a real OK guy and family man when he wasn't in gangster mode.
Hey, if "Downfall" can show the polite gentleman side of Adolph Hitler....
The other side has no claim to the child except that a murder-for-hire guy brought the child to them after slaughtering dozens of people. I don't think bringing that up helps their case in any way.