Poor Lucky Luciano. He's in a jail cell, somewhere in the city, beat up and weary. Magaddino and Moceri are working him over, interrogating him. It looks like they haven't let him sleep in days. His smile is more cockeyed than usual, and even worse, his hair is starting to curl. Get this man some pomade, for God's sake! He's starting to resemble Nick from New Girl. Normally that would be a good thing, but, needless to say, Nick from New Girl would not hold up well under these conditions. The cops are all "we are the law" about things, and Lucky eventually offers to get his hands on "50 pounds of white" to give them. His? He's all "Fuck would I give you mine for?" They really seem to want HIS stash, though. Lucky wants assurances if he does such a thing, but they tell him the best he can hope for is to take a chance that things won't get worse.
"I got the broad here." This is how Gillian's presence is announced to Gyp Rosetti. This is why you should play it cool if Nucky Thompson decides to kill your son/lover. Lessons for the future. She and Rosetti continue this dance of who's in control here. She tries to connect with him via family, asking about his daughters ("How old are they?" "Sixteen and fourteen, I think") and bringing up her little guy, Tommy. He's still being super disingenuous with her, though. She makes a play to take Tommy and leave, but he shuts her down. "You don't have to worry about me," she assures him. Gyp: "Jeez, Red, I hope not." He promises her that they're going to get everything settled with Nucky, and then "you and me, we'll show this town how it's done." He's gonna set her up, treat her like a queen, put her on a pedestal.
At this, she senses something in him, so she tries something out. "And where are you?" she asks, while she's on this pedestal. So he kneels down in front of her and says, "I'm way down below. Like a little bug crawling around on your toe." So it's like that with Gyp. "I could crush you," she says. He's, um, into it. Obvs. She asks him if that's what he'd like, but he backs off. "I'm just having some fun," he says. She assures him that people are allowed to have fun in whatever way they want, without shame. I think he'd like some shame, to be honest. "You're a pistol, Red," he says. "Then why don't you pull my trigger and see what shoots out." And ... look. I know recapping two shows at the same time causes certain boundaries to bleed into each other, but this ISN'T American Horror Story, right? That line was scripted by pariah of good taste Ryan Murphy, was it not?