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With the nun gone, Mason closes the door on Margaret’s goon so he can give her the diaphragms, but tells her she looks pale and Margaret says it’s nothing she hasn’t been through before. If her pregnancy was supposed to be the big, last act surprised, they did a piss poor job of obscuring the foreshadowing.
Mason thinks they don’t need the hospital to continue the clinic, they just need some space. And without the church monitoring their classes they could say whatever they want. Margaret thinks he’ll get in trouble with the hospital but Mason isn’t sure he belongs at that hospital, anyway. Then Margaret pulls a bitch move and tells him that his fiancée wouldn’t agree. (Because Margaret’s the only perfect princess in AC?) Mason tells Margaret that his fiancée’s a lot like her, always telling him to put his money where his mouth is, but Margaret’s not committing to anything, except that they really did work well together.
Nucky’s meeting with McCoy from last season who’s flexing his bigot muscle about Italians. Nucky wants McCoy to go up to Tabor Heights to make a deal with Rosetti to gather some intel. Agree to whatever Gyp wants, just make sure to get as much information as possible. McCoy will do it, but only because Nucky’s asking then he gets off some more anti-Italian bigotry because it’s Boardwalk Empireand everyone hates everyone.
Nelson’s back at the Norwegian restaurant. The owner comes around and tells Nelson that his customers really appreciated the aquavit at lunch. Then Nelson pulls out a bag with lefse that Sigrid baked. The owner appreciates all that Nelson’s been doing for him and apologizes. Huh? Oh, two goons come over and ask Nelson if he ordered a cab. In addition to no sense of humor, Nelson can only process words in their most literal meaning so he just says “I did not.” The goons tell him they have one for him then hustle him out, but all Nelson cares about is if he’s getting arrested. Oh, Nelson. That’s probably the best you could hope for in this situation.
Richard’s with Julia and she’s talking to him about Tommy. Having his grandmother is fine but little boys need fathers. Richard grunts an agreement and Julia takes his hand to tell him it’s good that Tommy has him. They linger a little until Paul stumbles around the corner in a miserable mood. Julia tries to let go but Richard keeps holding her hand. Paul starts harassing Richard about sniffing around the house like a dog, but Richard doesn’t respond. Julia tells Paul she’s going to get him some coffee but Paul starts getting belligerent, barking that he doesn’t want any coffee.