"The Pony" is quite the, uh, explosive episode of 'Boardwalk Empire,' isn't it? While the wheels spin in the personal lives of our characters, the business end of things just keeps plowing straight ahead.
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'Boardwalk Empire' takes a break from the politicking to celebrate the holy day of Easter in "Sunday Best." But nothing is quite as peaceful and quiet as all would seem -- like the Easter eggs hidden in Eli's front yard, there's troubled hearts and minds buried in every corner.
'Boardwalk Empire' season 3 put in something of a quieter hour this week with "Ging Gang Goolie," as Bobby Canavale's Gyp Rosetti stayed out of the proceedings and Tabor Heights altogether after the tense climax of "You'd Be Surprised." But even with Rosetti licking his wounds, Gyp isn't going to stay out of the picture for long, as this week's "Sunday Best" will show off a bit of his home life! Plus, what does Eli beg of his brother Nucky in the newest clip?
This week's 'Boardwalk Empire' continues the theme of relationships and business and where the two meet, though it doesn't quite match the intensity of last week's proceedings or the thoughtfulness of the episode from two weeks back. It's a lot of table-setting in "Ging Gang Goolie," but damn fine silverware that is indeed.
Well, this had to happen eventually. For five episodes of 'Boardwalk Empire's third season now, we've watched as Gillian Darmody (Gretchen Mol) seemed ever more subtly unhinged after the death disappearance of her son Jimmy, but it looks like the sh*t's about to hit the mattress. One of the latest clips from Sunday's "Ging Gang Goolie" features the erstwhile madame chatting up a gentleman that looks suspiciously like Jimmy Darmody, and well...eww. See for yourself.
HBOThis week's episode of 'Boardwalk Empire' is all about business and pleasure and where the two often -- and sometimes unfortunately -- meet. "You'd Be Surprised" gives some forward momentum on the government side of things, but it's where business gets down to the personal level that's more compelling.
Now that the heat is officially on, and Gyp Rosetti has launched an attack on Nucky Thompson's alcohol enterprise, "You'd Be Surprised" how quickly things are going to spiral out of control for 'Boardwalk Empire's Atlantic City. This Sunday will see the fifth all-new episode of the season, as Nucky petitions Arnold Rothstein (Michael Stuhlbarg) to get involved with the ongoing feud, while simultaneously taking care of some business for his new-found lady love Billie Kent (Meg Steedle). But who's doing the dirty work, according to these new clips from "You'd Be Surprised?"
This week's episode of 'Boardwalk Empire' is about loyalty and toughness and where these two attributes collide -- at least where the men are concerned. Margaret is going to need a different kind of toughness to continue her women's health crusade.
Now that a fourth season is assured, we needn't worry that too much harm is going to come to 'Boardwalk Empire's Nucky Thompson, even as unstable gangsters like Gyp Rosetti (Bobby Canavale) take every excuse to start a conflict. Certainly after his percieved slight in "Bone For Tuna" the heat is quite literally on in their growing conflict. So, what do the first official clips from follow-up episode "Blue Bell Boy" reveal? Who's next in danger of facing Nucky's wrath?
For those of you wondering of HBO's period gangster drama 'Boardwalk Empire' could continue on successfully without one of its leading stars, your inquiries have been answered. The pay-cabler network has officially renewed the Steve Buscemi mob saga four a fourth season, currently airing its third on Sunday nights. But when will we see the new episodes, and is the order a different size than usual, like the recent 'True Blood' and 'Treme' orders?