Jimmy returns home from work, and clearly he and Angela are still on supremely awkward terms since her attempted fleeing. Jimmy says if he were another kind of man, he'd be giving her more than just the cold shoulder. Also, he feels Tommy is being "disrespectful" to him by not answering him when he talks. Angela says Tommy's afraid of him -- that they both are. She says he's been having night terrors where he screams out at night. Jimmy looks ashamed by this revelation, especially the part about him screaming out in German. He says he wants to protect Angela, and Tommy. He sits her down and tries to explain about his time in the war, but he can only get out half-sentences about the trenches and imagining her next to him. He says they both did things when they were apart -- then he asks her if she was in love with Mary. So it looks like Angela's note didn't pull any punches. Angela only says she was lonely with him gone. Jimmy says he wants them to go back to where they were. Aw, nobody tell Jimmy what this show is actually about. There's no going back. Angela agrees to try, of course, but look at her face.
Out with the Dramatic Catholics and their ceremonial hoo-hah, Margaret, Nan, and the kids join the congregation as they traipse through the cemetery, throwing holy water on all the stones. At least all the children got to dress up in their costumes. While Nan idly asks Margaret questions about what she prays for, Margaret spots one headstone that makes her stop short: It's for Mabel Thompson, and her son Nucky Thompson Jr. "So you have that in common," Nan says, telling Margaret (and reminding us) that Nucky told her about his dead child when they met in Chicago. This is all news to Margaret, of course, and she reacts to it like a giant piece of the Nucky puzzle has finally been put into place.