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post #721 of 1223
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Originally Posted by Slopho View Post

I don't think the writers have done a good job showing how powerful Rosetti is, and why you probably just can't kill him. Same with Remus.

The savvy viewer should at least be able to infer that Rosetti is powerful and connected by his place at the table in the first episode with Remus, Rothstein, etc. I guess there could have been a little more exposition...
post #722 of 1223
I think we'll be finding out more about him pretty soon. Didn't he say he's from Italy? I imagine his ties will be exposed now that he's burned the sheriff.
post #723 of 1223
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Originally Posted by grundletaint View Post

I think we'll be finding out more about him pretty soon. Didn't he say he's from Italy? I imagine his ties will be exposed now that he's burned the sheriff.

Sicily, I believe. I'm sure he has some powerful ties, a guy that unhinged would have been dealt with a long time ago if he didn't.

I eagerly await Van Alden becoming a gangster. His "wife" was pretty awesome too; kinda digging her accent.
post #724 of 1223
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post

His "wife" was pretty awesome too; kinda digging her accent.

Is it required that every woman character be required to show her tits to be on the show? Seems like every woman that is not a minor character has done it. One exception would be Van Alden's first wife.
post #725 of 1223
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Originally Posted by Texasmade View Post

Is it required that every woman character be required to show her tits to be on the show? Seems like every woman that is not a minor character has done it. One exception would be Van Alden's first wife.

Maybe she did, but you couldn't see since she made Van Alden turn off the lights.
post #726 of 1223
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Is it required that every woman character be required to show her tits to be on the show? Seems like every woman that is not a minor character has done it. One exception would be Van Alden's first wife.

It's not TV, it's HBO
post #727 of 1223
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Originally Posted by Anthony K View Post

The gopher was Ben Siegel. Lucky was notorious for bringing narcotics into the United States. In the 70s after the French Connection was busted, the Bonanno Family brought in a faction of Zips from Sicily and started up the Pizza Connection to sell heroin.

D'oh! I didn't catch that it was Bennie Siegel.
post #728 of 1223

I would like to see Chalky's daughter get into crime, some gun-totting bank robberies would be nice.

 

I would also like to see Nucky slowly lose his mind and fuck everything up.

 

And I would like something to develop in the way of Nucky's brother, maybe teaming up with Owen?

 

And was it really a good move making a concession for Rosetti? Won't the others want a piece now?

post #729 of 1223
Yea, it was his way of getting rid of rosetti. He's happy to continue working with the others
post #730 of 1223
BTW, I've had a couple of different people tell me recently that I resemble Charlie Cox (Owen Slater). That's the only celebrity resemblance I've gotten other than Dr. Wilson from House and the dorky love interest from Felicity.
post #731 of 1223
Fucking amateurs. Rosetti is one of Masseria's guys. He is going no where and Nucky sure as hell is not going to do anything to him.

NY is about to explode. Lucky and Benny exchanging gun fire with Masseria's guys will not go without repercussions. I think we will be hearing more and more about Joe Masseria and his organization.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Masseria
post #732 of 1223
Doyal is a good actor. His fear when Richard was waiting in his home was believable. I love his weird voice.

Why would Richard care if people thought Doyal shot Manny?
post #733 of 1223
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post

Doyal is a good actor. His fear when Richard was waiting in his home was believable. I love his weird voice.
Why would Richard care if people thought Doyal shot Manny?

He didn't care much until Doyal was taking credit. That set Richard off and he wanted them to know that HE did it and the REASON why. Don't fucks with Richards peeps.
post #734 of 1223
^^Fact
post #735 of 1223
He had killed 63 people but Manny was the only one he wanted credit for, because it meant something to him and wasn't just another faceless soldier.
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