At Nucky's home, Sleater is horsing around with Teddy as he returns home with Margaret. She's all smiles until Katy comes into the hallway and Owen starts flirting shamelessly with her. After he goes, Margaret asks to speak with Katy in the next room and proceeds to essentially slut-shame her for carrying on in such a manner when there are children in the house. Katy unfortunately fails to ask Margaret if she and Nucky somehow got married on their way home today in order to satisfy the requirements of this suddenly child-friendly household. She just grits her teeth and takes it. Of course, she gets to hump Sleater later, so let's not feel too sorry for her. (I suppose that's Margaret's line of thinking as well.)
Hospital. Agent Van Alden holds a vigil of sorts outside Agent Clarkson's room. Poor Clarkson looks pink and boiled and deformed after the explosion. Supervisor Elliot and Agent Sawicky stop by, and Elliot is dismayed and sardonic. "How is he still alive?" he wonders. "He loves the Lord," is Van Alden's predictable response. Van Alden is very proprietary over his agent, and he reprimands the other men when Elliot makes a crack about how the Lord doesn't seem to love Clarkson back. "Even the doctors," he sputters, "men of science, agree that his fate rests in God's hands, not theirs" So happy that Van Alden's one character trait is making an appearance here. He begins praying, and Clarkson gasps awake. Van Alden takes his hand (contamination!), and Clarkson looks at him. "I see you," he wheezes out. "I know what you did." Van Alden is taken aback, as he naturally would be. A statement like that could refer to any of a dozen things Van Alden has done or continues to do. Agent Sebso. Lucy. Conspiring with Mickey Doyle. He says he'll go get the doctor. Out in the hallway, he demonstratively looks pained -- Michael Shannon, as subtle as ever -- as the overhead lightbulb starts flickering. Obviously a sign from God.
At the Ritz, Nucky is meeting with a truly impressive cadre of criminals to finalize the Philadelphia liquor pickup. In attendance are Chalky White, Bill McCoy, Arnold Rothstein, Lucky Luciano, Meyer Lansky, and Waxey Gordon. Waxey is disappointingly normal and not the oversized gargoyle I was hoping for. He and Rothstein assure Nucky things will go quite smoothly as the booze is loaded off of McCoy's ships in Philly, loaded onto trucks, and driven to the New Jersey border by Waxey's men -- supervised by "Chaim," who we know as Manny Horvitz's associate Herman. (And given Manny's feelings about Waxey, I can't imagine he'd be too happy to know this.) Lucky and Meyer are to take the liquor from the Jersey border to Chalky's place. Chalky reminds them to honk the horn when they come, as he's not taking any more chances. Lucky initiates some chest-puffing over why Waxey's guys don't stick with them the whole way, but otherwise, it seems like a pretty solid plan.