Outside the hotel, Jimmy is leaning up against a car with a round-faced mook in the employ of Torrio and Colosimo. The guy has the kind of markings on his left cheek that might give a guy a nickname like "Scarface," only the way they're rendered here, he looks like he slept too long on a wrinkly pillow. Anyway, they make small talk and bond over their service in the war; Pillowface claims he was in the "Lost Battalion," though upcoming revelations put that claim into serious question. Jimmy's curious as to how much money a guy like Rothstein rakes in. Pillowface, flush with insider information and only too eager to show it off, says Rothstein's worth $10 million easy, and Luciano's sitting on half a mil at least. Jimmy is in aw. "They make that much money running card games?" To his credit, Pillowface manages not to give Jimmy shit for his naiveté, and rather just corrects him that it's mostly the gun-running and dope peddling that have made him rich. Jimmy lasers in on the fact that Lucky is the same age as him (and Pillowface) and yet so filthy rich he can buy off judges. Jimmy asks if his bosses are getting into the liquor business too. Pillowface says Colosimo wants to stick with prostitution, but Torrio's certainly interested. "I'm Johnny's muscle," he concedes, "who gives a fuck what I think?" The bigwigs exit the hotel, so Jimmy gives pillowface his regards and introduces himself. Pillowface does the same: "Al Capone." So there's that guy.
The next day, Jimmy, Angela, and the kid are at the cinema, taking in a Fatty Arbuckle silent movie. To the best of my observation, Fatty is battling a familiar foe: flood pants. These were high times for Arbuckle, still a year or so away from being accused of raping and murdering a young actress. But for now, it's all about the laughs. LAUGH at that fat clown! Afterwards, Jimmy and the fam hop around the boardwalk for a bit until he's approached by Michael Shannon and his recognitionally-challenged partner. Michael Shannon, by the way, is "Special Agent Van Alden," so I guess we call him that now.