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Gillian’s not really interested in Luciano’s diseased dick anymore, so she tells him she wants him out. Luciano lollygags that he needs a shower first because he doesn’t quite get that his cock isn’t the draw he thinks it is, but she wants him out of everything and gives him a check for $4,500 to buy him out of the business. Luciano crumples the check up and throws it at her because “What is he going to do with a check?” so Gillian tells him to shove it up his ass for all she cares. Or get Nucky to do it. Then for good measure she gathers up all his clothes and chucks them out the door.
Mason’s sallying on up to the Margaret on a fine spring morning. He’s in a good mood but Margaret’s nervous. She has a delicate matter to discuss with him and would rather it not be in any kind of formal (religious) setting because she needs a diaphragm. Mason figures out it’s for Mrs. Shearer and Margaret agrees then asks for two, actually, one for Mrs. Shearer and one for her.
Awesome, Gillian’s telling another one of her stories which always ends well for the man. Just ask the Commodore. She’s telling someone about giving birth…and it’s Gyp and his goon. Gillian asks Gyp if he has children and he says yes, two girls. His princesses. Goon gets in some factually inaccurate flattery and says they “beautiful like their mother,” but Gyp doesn’t bust out a tire iron, so he must be drunk.
They bond over being parents but Gillian gets lost when she talks about how quickly they grow up. Her eyes get glassy as she tells Gyp that Tommy’s all she has left. Richard comes in to tell her that he’s restocked the bar and Tommy’s asleep but the scene was really to finally establish that the goon’s name is Tonino and for Gyp to permanently establish his villain status by asking if Richard’s there to scare away the mice.
With Richard gone, Gillian “casually” asks if Gyp’s familiar with Babette’s. He is, he ate there once with Nucky before their falling out. Gillian’s “surprised” but still tells Gyp that Nucky’s having dinner at Babette’s, with Rothstein. Gyp isn’t always a none-too-bright hothead and he wants to know why she’s telling him this. She thought he’d like to surprise Nucky, that’s all. Out, out damn spot indeed, Gillian. Be careful what you wish for.
Nucky’s looking at an annuity policy when Eddie comes in. Nucky has a phone call but the caller wouldn’t give his name. Just that Nucky would be happy to hear from him. Nucky acts all bitchy about answering a phone because he’s the not melodramatic brother and snits at the man on the other end, even though the richly patrician voice should have told Nucky it was Mellon.