Nucky's father dies, prompting Nucky's reflections on life's priorities. He asks Margaret's children to call him dad, he goes to Jimmy and the Commodore with a stunning announcement, and he tells Owen he's going to Ireland. Behind the scenes, it's unclear if this is a conversion or a new ploy: Nucky encourages Chalky to call a strike of the Black workforce in the middle of tourist season, and Eli warns Jimmy that Nucky's smarter than any of them. Angela learns more about Jimmy's work and, at the shore, meets a liberated woman from San Francisco. Van Alden hires a nanny for Abigale.
Did You Know?
The Nanny that Nelson hires speaks an accent somewhat resembling Swedish, and the song she sings to the baby is a common Swedish lullaby about a troll and her children. See more
Nelson van Alden's nanny Sigrid is singing the Swedish song "Trollmors vaggvisa" to Abigail, but that song first appeared in Margit Holmberg's songbook "Nu ska vi sjunga", published in 1943. See more
You're like an onion, Mr. Thompson, the more we peel.
Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson
I prefer to think of myself as an artichoke.
Under the Double Eagle
Written by Josef Wagner
Performed by The Glorious Regina Music Box Vol. 2 See more