Richard Harrow's scene was boss. I'm really liking how his character has grown with confidence. It was a great spot for humor in that episode when Nucky and Eli see the aftermath of Harrow's rampage.
Excellent episode this past Sunday. Seems like Harrow has checked off everyone on his hit list, Totally stealth. I was wondering, did those insurance paper documents he grabbed of the first 2 dead men, lead him to the other guy in that office that he killed after shooting him in the face?. This new Knox character is intriguing, really looking forward to see how he's going to fit in with all this. So that girl who jumped out of a window of a huge hotel half naked with no money, where could she possibly be hiding?
Friday - OutKast / The Replacements / The Afghan Whigs / Shlohmo / GOAT / Flatbush Zombies / Glitch Mob / John Spencer / DJ Falcon / The Bots
Saturday - QOTSA / NAS / CHVRCHES / Temples / Mogwai / Warpaint / DARKSIDE / Ty Segall / Graveyard / Carbon Airways
Sunday - Beck / Disclosure / Motorhead / Little Dragon / Trombone Shorty / Frank Turner / Bombino / Bad Manners / J. Roddy / Scuba
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience ― Mark Twain
That was a pretty good finale
That was a some kind of fucking finale. Huge contrast to how last season ended but somehow way more intense. It's gonna take a bit before I decide how I feel about it.
The last 2 episodes were masterpieces.
i watched the last two back to back. definitely exciting. though i find the whole gillian set-up a bit far-fetched. some detective decided to devote that much time, effort, hair-holding-back, and dick to snagging that confession out of her? really? that is a bit sick. i mean, i knew things were going a little too well for her and that something would happen, but that was all just a bit hard.
i cried over harrow :x that poor guy never catches a break.
so i was also pretty tired by the end, did the brother go to jail or somehow run off to hide?
Eli was sent to Chicago, and was picked up at the train stop by none other than Van Alden/Mueller. Chicago is going to be fun next season.
The boardwalk closes with the next season:
Makes sense. The series seems to be framed by the Roaring 20's. It would probably be a wholly different show after 1929.