Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Episode 7 Nucky informs the gentleman that his affairs concerning the land deal would be handled by Sally Wheet when he's not in Tampa. The night before, Nucky and Sally had relations so whether Nucky is thinking clearly and can trust Sally is still to be seen.

Down in Tampa, Nucky connects with the sassy bartender Sally Wheet (Patricia Arquette). Their affections for one another begin with a drinking game that gets them totally soused, which leads to an all-out fist fight and then primal sex. Suffice to say Wheet had to coax the not-so-subtle lust within Nucky out with a few punches to the head because he’s dealing with some existential and melancholic woes. In the end, Nucky makes his deal with land deal with Lansky, McCoy and Petrucelli, but tells the Tampa men, Wheet will be overseeing everything and reporting back to him. Perhaps the most important moments of these scenes is Nucky questioning who he is. One of his closest friends Eddie Kessler has died and all he can think about is if someone got to him and if he needs to be worried. What kind of person does that make him? Nucky doesn’t get much time to find out as the no-nonsense Wheet can’t stand this kind of self-pitying introspection and literally knocks him out of it.

Another reunion takes place too. Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) returns to Atlantic City and tries to confess his sins to Paul Sagorsky (Mark Borkowsky). He admits he killed all those men to save the little boy Tommy Darmody (Brady Noon), but Sagorsky’s no fool and knows this all too well. Reeling off the news that he is dying (Sagorsky was an inveterate drunk all his life and his liver is failing), the father encourages him to get over the past and return to his daughter Julia (Wrenn Schmidt) and Tommy. Richard returns home and Julia tentatively takes him back, and he makes quite the little family along with the children. Let’s hope Gillian Darmody (Gretchen Mol) doesn’t disrupt it later in the season with her custody battle. Though she has her heroin addiction to deal with first.

Having lost J. Edgar Hoover's (Eric Ladin) confidence—when Kessler died, that was the end of their informant in Atlantic City—FBI Agent Warren Knox (Brian Geraghty) has to beg for one more shot at infiltrating Nucky’s bootlegging operation. Already undercover as a crooked hayseed FBI agent, Knox finds a new way to gain Eli Thompson’s (Shea Whigham) trust. Knox pulls the innocent "Is there anything I can do to help?" and in fact there is. Eli can’t access the deposit box that Kessler stored cash transactions, so Knox abuses his position of power, secures the money and begins to earn Eli’s confidence. If/when this backfires, this could set up yet another come to Jesus between Nucky and Eli who have now mended their past transgressions.


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