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Eli and Mickey are up in Tabor Heights talking to the new sheriff about what went down with Rosetti. State troopers were there to investigate but they’re gone now, as is Gyp. The sheriff is a little too glib for Eli’s taste so he reminds the sheriff that 11 men died so maybe he should ease off on the quips. This panics the sheriff enough to back off, saying it was just supposed to be a robbery, nothing more, because he’s a sheriff for Pete’s sake.
Mickey wants to know if Rosetti left anything behind. The sheriff gets off one more quip but Eli doesn’t punch him because Mickey could have been more specific. He’s asking about the hooch. Nope. Disappointed, Eli tells the sheriff that if he even gets a whiff of Rosetti coming back to Tabor Heights, he calls Eli immediately. With enough of his old bravado back, Eli leaves but Mickey hangs back to ask a very important question. Is it true Rosetti was wearing a dog collar? Then Mickey giggles as he leaves because he’s not judging.
Nucky’s in New York at Means’ hotel room but there’s a fish in the bowl and a maid cleaning up. No one’s in that room because the last guest checked out the night before. And it wasn’t Means. It was a French woman because the maid, rather disgustedly, can still smell her perfume.
Before Nucky can get in a wobble, George Remus shows up which always means a good time. Nucky tells Remus they’ve been stood up and Remus says Remus can see that. Then he wonders if they have the wrong day. Never one not to snot back at another person’s idiocy, Nucky points out that they both wouldn’t make the same mistake. Remus thinks they should call but Nucky doesn’t have his number, Remus does.
Remus goes to make the long distance call to DC from the room phone because cells weren’t invented, yet, but Nucky thinks something’s hinky with Daugherty. Remus doesn’t agree so Nucky has to remind him about the Senate sub-committee investigating just how corrupt Daugherty is.
Not realizing that Remus is very sensitive about his phone privileges, the maid tells him the room phone is for guests only. Remus ignores her because Remus is making a call. She threatens to have the hotel detective take care of it. Nucky suggests they call from the lobby but Remus does not like maids threatening him and taking away his phone privileges so he says he’s going home. Curious.
Down in Washington, Daugherty’s addressing the Boy Scouts of America and telling the racist tale of the “Honest Injun.” Smith, looking every inch like a fat Crispin Glover circa Willard, starts sweating at the word “honest.” Daugherty finishes his story then joins Smith back at the dais as the Scoutmaster General (?) gives his own speech.