Angela finishes her sketch, and Richard, who's been sitting patiently this whole time with his mask off, finally takes a look at it. "This is what I look like?" He asks if it's expensive, but Angela gives it to him gratis. Jimmy returns and carries Tommy off to bed. While he does so, Richard puts his mask back on, and Angela thanks him. Notably, Jimmy fails to tell her about the Commodore and the stroke. He tells Richard they're going to Philly tomorrow. After he leaves, Jimmy is incredulous with Angela that Richard sat for her. "I never know what's going on inside of him," he says. Angela looks at Jimmy like, "No shit?"
At Nucky's place, Margaret stares at the headline in the newspaper: "Prosecutor: Thompson Provided Prostitutes for Republican Voters." Nucky explains to Margaret why this idea -- which he attributes to "Icky," which I guess is the lawyer's name, which is hilarious -- is such a good one. Bringing whores over state lines for the purpose of breaking the law puts him in violation of the Mann Act, a federal law, which means his entire case is now a federal one rather than a state one. Margaret, in her best "You know it's me and not Lucy, right?" voice says that this means Nucky can lean on the Attorney General for help this time. It IS a good plan, provided the AG actually does help. From what we saw last week, I'm not 100% sure that jurisdictional propriety was the only thing keeping him from using his power to save Nucky. Either way, the headline's a winner. Who wouldn't consider voting Republican if they thought it had Nucky-provided whores in it for them? Anyway, Margaret's not thrilled with the idea that Nucky's whoring is splashed all over the front page. "It's a means to an end," he says. He assures her that he had no relations with these women, and she says she believes him. But she also needs $100 for clothes for the children. He hands her the money, and she heads off to bed.