Nucky asks why he did it, and Richard answers simply: "Angela Darmody." Nucky is incredulous and asks, "Not her husband?" Interestingly, Richard says of his friend, "Jimmy was a soldier. He fought. He lost." Wow. Talk about not taking it personally. Nucky could take notes. He wants Richard to confirm that he and his family are safe. "You and Mrs. Thompson were good to me," Richard says. "You have nothing to fear." Does anybody else on this whole dumb show actually value kindness like Richard does? Maybe that's why I like him so much. Nucky can see he's being honest; this is one guy he won't have to threaten or buy or have eliminated. Must be a relief. So he embarks on a different line of questioning, asking Richard how many people he's killed. "Sixty-three," Richard answers quickly. Nucky asks if he thinks about any of them. Richard: "You know the answer to that yourself." Poor Nucky. Not the killing kind. Richard leaves him with that thought.
At St. Theresa's, Margaret is giving Dr. Mason the play-by-glorious-play of her maneuver with Landau and the bishop. She seems awfully proud of herself (with good reason) and positively giddy at the look on Landau's face when she did it. He says he's amazed she pulled it off. "I'm sure you intended that as a compliment," she says. These two! He even tells her he changed the tobacco in his pipe, like she told him to. What a team! They make it down the hall to the room that is to be the St. Theresa's Women's Clinic. Right now, it's full of discarded furniture and junk, but if you think that's stopping Margaret Thompson, you're insane.