(dekhlo) Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Episode 4 Watch Online Free 2013

Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Episode 4 Watch Online Free 2013

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Nucky walks out of the opening credits and down a long hall in Florida, same dark silhouette, same weird walk. His friend Bill McCoy welcomes him to town by slicing open a coconut on the patio. Bill wants him to come in on a real estate deal to unload whiskey, saying bigwig Tucker’s excited to meet him. “Most people are, until they do,” Nucky replies, which is up there with his “I don’t know if it is” beneath him quip to Eddie last week about money.

It’s still dreary and snowy in the Harrow homestead as Richard buries not Samson but his pistol. Hugh, Emma’s late husband Gerry’s brother, talks crassly and calls Richard Rick,” but is a good guy who’d like to take care of Emma. He’s there to buy the barn. She’s planning a nursery for the coming baby, and when Richard tries to give her money for the taxes she says she paid them by selling the Hudson. That should be a little heads-up that the person calling about the taxes wasn’t the bank, but Richard misses it. As he clears out the barn he looks at an old children’s book, and looks at light streaming in while birds call and we hear the sound of wings flutter. He takes off his mask and we can feel him take in the air in the lovely silent scene. And then, of course, Carl Billings shows up, with pistol-carrying colleague. The colleague finds Richard’s wallet and the untouched blood money which only makes Billings think he’s stupid as well as grotesque. A flutter of wings, and Richard stabs the associate and goes for his gun, but Billings steps on his hand. Seeing Richard’s unmasked face, he shudders that he’s doing him a favor. And just then badass Emma shoots him in the back.

One moment Narcisse is lecturing young black men about the need to educate themselves to uplift the Libyans. The next minute he’s meeting with Arnold Rothstein and Owney Madden, the white proprietor of the Cotton Club, about moving heroin, promising only to sell to black people. He’s offended when Rothstein Insists on large bills, although Rothstein says he knows he runs the local numbers racket, and didn’t mean to offend him There’s an American flag in the corner of Narcisse’s library. Rothstein goes, and Madden stays behind. Narcisse wants Daughter Maitland from the Cotton Club, which leads to him having to tell Madden that Dickie won’t be returning.Using tongs to put sugar in his tea, which is, set dressers, pouring it on pretty thick (we get it, he’s soft spoken and evil), Narcisse says “God will bring every deed into judgment, every secret thing.” he says, and tells Madden Mr. Pastor’s not coming back.

As the band rehearses slow jazz onstage, Chalky demotes Chalky to busboy duties, and Narcisse brings in gorgeous daughter Maitland. Chalky’s entranced, and appeased when Narcisse says she’s there on approval. It almost looks like a happy ending for these two black leaders, but it’s not, because later Narcisse pulls Dunn aside and acts disapproving of the way Chalky’s been treating him. He wants Dunn to move the heroin. And he has plans for him.

Willie Thompson, college boy, tries to be a Big Man on Campus and impress a girl by getting booze for a college party. He tries to get it from Doyle, who says “Boola boola” to them when Eli says he and his friend are in college.” Doyle turns him down flat and on the way out the impetuous Willie takes a case. Doyle’s guys stop him and Doyle threatens to call his parents. It’s all “don’t take your son to illegal work day,” and after Doyle slaps him, he relents, throwing him a handkerchief for his bleeding mouth. “Take the booze, kid,” he says. The booze makes the basement party a success. Willie protects pretty Doris from overly fresh Henry, and she says she wants to show him something in the library. He seriously wonders what, and it’s makeout city, until the kids burst in and turn on the lights and sing, “By the light of the silvery moon.” Willie can’t take a joke, and starts a fight, but is embarrassed by having his tented pants pointed out to him and runs away. No “happy ending” for Willie tonight.

Nucky overhears a real estate salesman named Walsh selling land at the hotel dining room, and learns that the property Bill wants to sell him is going to be developed.

And Gillian’s back, looking at a rental with the Piggly Wiggly impresario, Roy. Where’s he been living for the past few weeks? We learn he’s getting a divorce, and he sort of but not really asks her to pose as his wife at a dinner party She says, “These rooms won’t do,” to the realtor, because now she wants to make him happy. You know, it would be sort of cool if she found love. I mean, she’s an incestuous murdering grandmammy dearest,but she did have a hard life.