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With the death of his parents, young Tommy Darmody now lives with his opportunistic grandmother, Gillian (Gretchen Mol), who runs a gentleman's club, where Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) looks after him when he isn't putting his sharpshooting skills to use--thanks to Huston's fine work, Harrow remains surprisingly sympathetic for a man who claims to have killed 63 people (the same could be said of Stephen Graham's Al Capone, who dotes on his son). As ever, Boardwalk Empire is bursting with even more plot, but not everything works, like the Chicago misadventures of Michael Shannon's former Fed Van Alden, who segues from salesman to alcohol distiller. Shannon holds up his end of the bargain, including a spectacular office freak-out, but his storyline remains stranded from the central activity for too long, though he does finally connect with Capone toward the end, while the massacre of the finale sorts out the not-completely-bad guys from the totally irredeemable ones. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
I could say that Steve's a friend of mine because I've bumped into him a couple of times and he has a house that is almost directly behind mine in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Read morePublished 13 hours ago by Guy M. Lewit
Been watching the series since I got the first series. Do not have HBO, but always heard this was a good show. I love stuff about the 1920's. On the second season right now. Read morePublished 1 day ago by chuck b.