This episode featured the expected discovery by Chalky White about what Dr. Narcisse's real motives are in Atlantic City. White begins to wonder why heroin started to get bigger in the city and after doing some detective work, Chalky decides to go to the house which is the center of the drug trade in the city. Trusted White associate Dunn Purnsley, who has been working with Narcisse, realizes that he is set to be discovered, kills a man at the house before White could get to him and possibly discover Dunn's disloyalty.
Chalky continues his discovery and arrives at a play that Dr. Narcisse is putting on. White ends up burning two bags of heroin in the street and calling out the good doctor in front of many in the community,which only incenses Narcisse, who ordered Daughter Maitland to keep Chalky occupied later that night until someone comes and kills Chalky. The man that was sent to kill Chalky that night was none other than ... White associate Dunn Purnsley. The plan doesn't go as planned as Purnsley and White begins to fight and as Purnsley is choking White to death, Maitland comes from behind and kills Dunn with a kitchen knife. It seems as if her allegiances are now split between Chalky and Dr. Narcisse.
In other "Boardwalk Empire" business, Nucky's first shipment comes from Florida and comes with a surprise ... his partner Sally Wheet who supervised the shipment. Nucky seems surprised to see her but in the end ends up having relations with Wheet again anyway. You also see Willie, Nucky's nephew, staying with him after leaving Eli's house. Willie finally gets a job in Atlantic City as a lackey for the mayor's office, not a flashy job but a start in the family business that Willie wanted the whole time. At this point, Eli was visited by Agent Knox who told him that if he gives up Nucky, Willie stays out of jail for the murder of his Temple classmate.
Will Eli give up his brother? How will Dr. Narcisse react to the death of Dunn Purnsley? Does Arnold Rothstein have a plan to use Margaret Schroeder-Thompson in New York? And how long before Willie does something else stupid? Check out this quick preview of this week's episode of BoardwalkMore ... Less ...
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