Created by the man behind the bada-boomtastic gangster drama The Sopranos, HBO's original series Boardwalk Empire stars Steve Buscemi as Nucky Thompson, the gangster who oversaw the rise of Atlantic City. Also in the cast are Kelly MacDonald, Aleksa Palladino, Paz de la Huerta, and Gretchen Mol, none of whom are strangers to on-screen nudity. Irish nudecomer Heather Lind joins the nude cast… Become a Mr Skin Member and get the full review
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|Margot Bingham as Daughter Maitland||Nude||breasts, butt||1||8|
|Erica Fae as Charlotte||NEW - Nude||breasts, bush, butt||2||12|
|Kayla Ferguson as Doris||Nude||breasts||1||8|
|Lisa Joyce as Mary||Nude||breasts||1||3|
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|Aleksa Palladino as Angela Darmody||Nude||breasts||2||8|
|Christiane Seidel as Sigrid||NEW - Nude||breasts, butt||3||13|
|Paz de la Huerta as Lucy||Nude||breasts, bush, butt||5||13|
|Jo Armeniox as Mrs. Pastor||Nude||breasts||2||8|
|Kathryn Barnhardt as Woman||Nude||breasts, bush, butt||2||8|
|Anne Bergstedt Jordanova as Gillian's Prostitute||Nude||butt||1||5|
|Ashley Wren Collins as Hotel Maid||NEW - Nude||breasts||1||3|
|Bethany Kay as Margery||Nude||breasts, bush, butt||1||3|
|Maddie Jo Landers as Nucky's Girl||Nude||breasts||1||6|
|Georgia X. Lifsher as Kitty||Sexy||thong||1||10|
|Heather Lind as Katy||Nude||breasts, butt||2||8|
|Emily Meade as Pearl||Nude||breasts||1||2|
|Julianne Nicholson as Esther Randolph||Nude||breasts||1||4|
|Jessy Smith||NEW - Nude||breasts||1||4|
|Meg Chambers Steedle as Billie Kent||Nude||breasts, butt||2||13|
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Nucky (Steve Buscemi) reflects on his greatest regret from the past, when he pimped out Gillian (Gretchen Mol) when she was only 12 years old. Nucky, however, is not the focus of this episode, as we bid farewell to two of its most memorable characters.
Van Alden (Michael Shannon) finally goes out in a blaze of glory, attacking Capone (Stephen Graham) and attempting to take him down by revealing his true identity. Instead, it's undercover agent Mike (Louis Cancelmi) who kills Van Alden to save Capone, and Capone finally turns the ledgers over to Ralph (Domenick Lombardozzi) for safe transport to Cicero. Eli (Shea Whigham) fesses up to his true identity as well, telling Capone that this was a federal sting, sparing his life in the process.
Chalky (Michael Kenneth Williams) isn't so lucky, though. In exchange for the safe release of Daughter Maitland (Margot Bingham) and her daughter, he turns himself in to Narcisse (Jeffrey Wright) who kills him. Chalky dies, however, before discovering if Narcisse would honor their agreement.
There's also a quick scene of nudity in the episode when some feds walk in on a guy banging a hotel maid (Ashley Wren Collins) whose big boobs are flapping with excitement!
More flashbacks to Nucky's (Steve Buscemi) childhood this week, as we continue to get bits and pieces of his sordid history. As Nucky in the present finds himself alone and without his allies, he begins to contemplate his youth and where he may have gone wrong.
Meanwhile, Van Alden (Michael Shannon) is coming to the realization that the feds are trying to use him to get to Capone (Stephen Graham) via his ledgers, which Van Alden, as George Mueller, has access to. Eli (Shea Whigham) is also feeling the heat from the feds, who know that he killed Tolliver (Brian Geraghty). An alliance with Van Alden feels possible for Eli, all hope is dashed when he is reminded of his drunken encounter with Van Alden's wife Sigrid (Christiane Seidel), which we're treated to in a flashback where she bares her left breast while getting it on with Eli in the kitchen!
In the mental hospital, Gillian (Gretchen Mol) is attempting to convince the doctors that she is cured, especially after seeing what they've done to Charlotte (Erica Fae) who opens her robe to show Gillian a large scar on her abdomen, and also gives us a look at her spectacular breasts! The doctors, however, call her bluff, telling her that if she were "temporarily insane," she wouldn't be able to comprehend such a state.
Nucky (Steve Buscemi) sees his tenuous partnership with Joseph Kennedy (Matt Letscher) dissolve completely, with Kennedy refusing his offer and heading out of town, leaving Nucky with very few options. Following a flirtation between Kennedy and Margaret (Kelly MacDonald), Nucky begins to look at her with new eyes, allowing him to play right into her hands, and help her sort out her financial issues.
Van Alden (Michael Shannon) meanwhile is still working as a bodyguard for Capone (Stephen Graham) under the name George Mueller, but a chance encounter with Lucky Luciano (Vincent Piazza) blows his cover. When Capone discovers his true identity, he nearly has him killed but decides instead to let him live, which seems like good news until a snitch named Mike D'Angelo (Louis Cancelmi) recognizes Van Alden's photo, and alerts the authorities to his whereabouts.
The episode's only nudity comes courtesy of the lovely Jessy Smith, who plays a burlesque dancer whose right breast is revealed when her pasty falls off as she practices! Sometimes, it's the little things that make the biggest difference!
At long last, Nucky (Steve Buscemi) is reunited with Margaret (Kelly MacDonald) after two seasons apart. Margaret is in some hot water over her boss' suicide, and the revelation that she was involved with Arnold Rothstein (Michael Stuhlbarg), namely the fact that he's been dead for two years, yet continues to have money regularly debited from his account.
As Chalky (Michael Kenneth Williams) wastes away in his cell, his suspicions that Narcisse (Jeffrey Wright) was responsible for his incarceration grow. He also reflects on his early life, and the nagging guilt over Maybelle's death, for which he holds himself solely responsible.
Nucky, meanwhile, takes his begrudging partnership with Joseph Kennedy (Matt Letscher) to the next level by bringing Kennedy down to Atlantic City and showing him the town! Kennedy takes every opportunity he can to show Nucky that he's the boss, and even a trip to a burlesque show, complete with the lovely Georgia X. Lifsher shaking her stuff in a pair of tasseled pasties and thong, isn't enough to boost Nucky's confidence in his new business partner.
Nucky (Steve Buscemi) has his sights set firmly on the end of prohibition, and meets with an enterprising businessman named Joe Kennedy (Matt Letscher) to help finance Nucky's plan to sell legal alcohol once again. We also learn that Eli (Shea Whigham) is still alive and working for Al Capone (Stephen Graham) in Chicago. Capone's fortunes take a turn for the worse, however, when a man named Elliot Ness (Jim True-Frost) raids one of his warehouses, acquiring twenty thousand dollars in booze and cash.
Meanwhile, Gillian (Gretchen Mol) is not adjusting well to life in the hellish mental hospital where she remains confined, bartering all of her most valuable possessions for things like a pen and paper. She also finds herself at the mercy of a ruthless warden (Mary B. McCann), who routinely ogles Gillian and the other women while they are naked, and informs them that they are "naughty girls."
Still estranged from Margaret, Teddy, and Emily, Nucky (Steve Buscemi) finds himself becoming enthralled with Sally Wheet (Patricia Arquette). And who could blame him? This sexy seductress looks positively porkable in a cleavage baring bra! She looks even better when she lays down with a shotgun, placing it right in between those sensational skin sacks of hers! Too bad we don't get to see them on this episode!
Unfortunately, Agent Van Alden (Michael Shannon) isn't faring any better with the ladies on this episode! After standing up to Al Capone (Vincent Piazza) and coming clean to Dean O'Banion (Arron Shiver), Van Alden goes to see his usual fling, Mrs. Mueller (Christiane Seidel). Though he manages to coerce her into sleeping with him by throwing a bunch of cash her way, the bliss is short-lived as she tells him that she and her husband's relationship is on the mend, leaving him out in the cold! Thankfully, she takes off her top before things get too heated, giving us one last chance to see her petite peepers!
After going six whole episodes without any skin, season 4 gets back on track with this week's episode. Willie (Ben Rosenfield) continues to be a thorn in the side of his Uncle Nucky (Steve Buscemi). After letting his best friend take the fall for his inadvertent murder of another student, Willie's increasingly reckless behavior has gotten so bad that Eli (Shea Whigham) has had to take Nucky aside and tell him to straighten Willie out, or else he will be forced to do so himself. One of Willie's best decisions in the episode involves him sleeping with a young girl played by Kayla Ferguson, who gives us a nice look at her fun bags as she sits in bed topless after their encounter! That ought to please your willy!
Meanwhile, the relationship between Chalky (Michael K. Williams) and Daughter Maitland (Margot Bingham) continues to heat up! However, it is also keeping Chalky so distracted that he fails to notice when Valentin (Jeffrey Wright) takes control of not just Dunn (Eric LaRay Harvey), but the entire Northside. But who could blame him for being distracted when Margot Bingham's got such delicious dingers! She also gives us a glimpse of her glutes after the do the deed! They should think about renaming her Daughter 'Bateland!
Season 4 opens with Nucky (Steve Buscemi) extending an olive branch to Joe Masseria (Ivo Nandi) and Arnold Rothstein (Michael Stuhlbarg), assuring them that he's quite content with the amount of power and territory he currently possesses. Meanwhile, Gillian (Gretchen Mol) finds herself back in court having to fight for custody of her grandson, and the judge quickly becomes fed up with her lies.
This season also looks as though it's going to be focused more on Chalky White (Michael K. Williams), his newly acquired Onyx Club, and the increasing tensions between black and white. In one sensational scene, Dunn (Eric LaRay Harvey) begins to have sex with one of the showgirls, Alma (Jo Armenioux), who shows her sensational snoobs as they get it on! The scene ends badly though, with Dunn killing her talent scout husband. There's also a terrific topless scene from Maddie Jo Landers, who bares her boppers while talking with Nucky in bed! It looks like this season is off to a terrific start!
Gyp Rossetti (Bobby Cannavale) is back in New York City, and his boss is unhappy about the mess is Tabor Heights. He’s not getting any relief at home either, with his wife and mother-in-law henpecking him at every turn. But just when Joe Masseria (Ivo Nandi) is ready to get rid of him for good, Gyp promises he will take out Nucky once and for all and turn Joe from boss into king.
Nucky (Steve Buscemi), Margaret (Kelly MacDonald), and the kids head over to Eli’s (Shea Whigham) for Easter Sunday, and the brothers are closer than ever to patching things up. Margaret takes the opportunity to confide in June (Nisi Sturgis) about her troubled marriage to Nucky, since June is full of gratitude for their support.
Gillian (Gretchen Mol) uses the holiday as an excuse to spend quality time with her latest boytoy who happens to look exactly like Jimmy. Roger (Billy Magnussen) arrives at the whorehouse and spends the day dancing a mattress jig with Gillian. But when he is later relaxing in the bath, the still topless Gillian stabs him with a syringe full of heroin and pushes him under the water. At least he went out with a bang!
Fires have been mysteriously staring on Nucky’s (Steve Buscemi) property, and Margaret (Kelly MacDonald) assumes that Teddy is behind the hijinks and punishes him. When Owen (Charlie Cox) later finds the vagrant actually responsible for starting the blaze, Margaret starts to doubt her decision making process and finds comfort in a greenhouse hump with the hired help. Lucky Owen.
Meanwhile, Harry Daugherty’s (Christopher McDonald) attempts to bring down liquor gives Nucky an unlikely ally in Ester Randolph (Julianne Nicholson). Now that they have a common enemy, it is in their best interests to work together.
Business is booming at Gillian’s (Gretchen Mol) brothel, but Lucky Luciano (Vincent Piazza) is trying to get the prostitutes to sell heroin on the sly. His belle de jour (Anne Bergstedt Jordanova) listens to his speech while baring her buns in bed, until Gillian bursts in and breaks up the pillow talk. When Gillian later goes for a stroll on the boardwalk she meets a young man who shares a striking resemblance to Jimmy, and takes him home for a freaky walk down mammary lane. She may call him James in the afterglow, but all eyes are on her topless treats as she enjoys a post coital cigarette. Smoking hot!
Nucky (Steve Buscemi) needs to get rid of Gyp Rossetti (Bobby Cannavale), since he has managed to block the liquor route to New York. Rothstein (Michael Stuhlbarg) wants the booze to keep flowing, but is reluctant to go up against Rossetti lest it damage his delicate truce with Mafioso Joe Masseria (Ivo Nandi). And when Gyp approaches Rothstein personally to take over as supplier, Rothstein agrees to cut Nucky out of the loop.
Margaret (Kelly MacDonald) is putting all of her time and effort into starting the women’s clinic, but when she catches Nucky buying a new dress for Billie she is pretty peeved. Still, she’s willing to keep her mouth shut as long as Nucky keeps providing the funds for the good life.
New York gangster Bennie Siegel (Michael Zegen) gets the idea to take out Gyp personally as a favor to Nucky, and plans an ambush at the local hotel. Meanwhile Gyp is engaged in some kinky S&M sex with the trampy local waitress (Kathryn Barnhardt) who trots out her tatas, tush, and bush during a montage of hump positions. But when Bennie bursts into their room with guns blazing, the doomed dame meets her untimely end as a human shield. Thanks for the mammaries!
After Sherriff Sickles' murder, Nucky (Steve Buscemi) instructs his crew to take the dangerous back roads to New York City to avoid Gyp Rossetti (Bobby Cannavale). Eli (Shea Whigham) is still angling to regain his status amongst the crew, but Nucky refuses to forgive him for his past misdeeds. Instead he puts Owen (Charlie Cox) in charge of the operation, and soon finds out that Rowland Smith (Nick Robinson) has been stealing booze from their stockpiles.
The New York City gangsters are getting in deep with heroin sales, and Lucky Luciano (Vincent Piazza) is stuck in the turf war. Gyp Rossetti is planning an ambush on Nucky’s latest shipment with the help of the new sheriff, and Eli manages to find out on his own reconnaissance. Unfortunately, he isn’t able to get word to the convoy in time, and the whole crew is massacred on the road by Tabor Heights.
Owen may be having a tough time at work, but things are going pretty swell in the bedroom thanks to Nucky’s ex maid, Katy (Heather LInd). She brings out her succulent swingers and sweet seat to mount up on Owen while he takes a phone call from the boss. Suddenly getting slammed at work doesn’t seem so bad!
Nucky (Steve Buscemi) is having nightmares every night, and he can’t get hold of Billie (Meg Chambers Steedle) to schedule a little tension relief. He does manage to make a brief peace with Gyp Rossetti (Bobby Cannavale) by letting him stay as his guest in Atlantic City and promising to send him home with a month’s supply of liquor. But all of his hard work goes down the tube when Gyp misinterprets a note from Nucky as an insult and kills Sheriff Sickles (E.J. Carroll) in retaliation.
Mickey (Paul Sparks) has been telling everyone that he killed Manny Horvitz, and when word gets back to Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) he decides to take matters into his own hands. He forces Doyle to confess his lies to Nucky, and then reveals he was the one who killed Horvitz to avenge Angela’s death. Nothing business, just personal.
Meanwhile Van Alden (Michael Shannon) is having a tough time fitting in with his new co-workers who are constantly making him the butt of their practical jokes. Thankfully he gets some butt of his own at home with his nanny turned wife Sigrid (Christiane Seidel). She climbs on top of him and bed and strips off her nightgown to bare her itty-bitties and buns. Now that’s a babely sitter!
Eli (Shea Whigham) gets released from the slammer, and is surprised to find Mickey Doyle (Paul Sparks) waiting for him with a ride home and a job offer. Eli takes the lift but is not too interested in getting mixed up in his brother’s business again. But once he sees that his family has been struggling for money in his absence, he reluctantly goes to work at Mickey’s warehouse.
Gyp Rossetti (Bobby Cannavale) finds an isolated gas stain on Nucky’s trafficking route towards New York, and strong arms the local sheriff into blockading the pumps. When the liquor convoy stops that evening to fuel up, they are unable pass and are forced to head back to Atlantic City.
Meanwhile Nucky (Steve Buscemi) is wrapped up in his love affair with Billie Kent (Meg Chambers Steedle), but his obsession with her is starting to interfere with business. Since Billie likes to be undressed as often as possible there sure is a lot to be skinterested in! When she trots out her T&A to answer a flirtatious phone call in front of Nucky, he’s steaming. But her flapper fundoodles will have you creaming!
New York gangster Gyp Rossetti (Bobby Cannavale) is headed to Atlantic City, and when he has car trouble along the way, he beats to death a good samaritan for daring to imply he can’t help himself.
Meanwhile Nucky (Steve Buscemi) is knee-deep in violence himself while interrogating a young man who has stolen liquor from Mickey Doyle’s (Paul Sparks) warehouse. After the thief confesses, he is quickly dispatched by gun-for-hire Manny Horvitz (William Forsythe).
Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) is planning a King Tut themed New Years Eve party, and meddling in city affairs as a board member for St. Theresa’s hospital. But when she suggests a women’s wing be built to help uneducated mothers, the head doctor is insulted at her audacity.
Gillian (Gretchen Mol) is putting her talents to use by running a high-end brothel, with Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) as her right hand man. She’s also raising Tommy and has managed to convince him that she is his mother, instead of the dearly departed Angela. Richard is still mourning Angela’s death though, and finally gets his revenge with a surprise shotgun blast to Manny Horvitz’s face.
Nucky has a terrible New Years Eve party with the disillusioned Margaret and greedy guests, but when he returns to his rooms at the Ritz, the perky performer Billie Kent (Meg Chambers Steedle) is waiting in bed for him. Her flapper funbags are just the pick me up Nucky needs to continue his tough work. Boob-legging at its finest!
Nucky’s (Steve Buscemi) Irish whiskey shipment arrives and begins to flood Atlantic City at bargain prices. Jimmy’s (Michael Pitt) tentative control over the city is slipping, as the black workers continue to strike and Nucky’s cheap whiskey is in demand. Jimmy tries to negotiate with strike leader Chalky (Michael Kenneth Williams) but is unable to meet his terms. Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) visits Emily (Lucy Gallina) in the hospital and learns that she will live but be crippled forever.
Jimmy is still refusing to pay his debt to Manny Horvitz (William Forsythe) but sends Mickey Doyle (Paul Sparks) to pay him with extra liquor instead of cash. Manny decides a pound of flesh would be better and goes to Jimmy’s house to teach him a lesson. He grabs Angela (Aleksa Palladino) and waits for Jimmy to come out the bathroom. When the door opens, Manny shoots and we get two surprises- it’s Louise and she’s naked! We get a quick look at Louise’s targets before she hits the floor, courtesy of Manny's pistol. Jimmy has already left town, so Angela is shot as well. Hey Louise, say hello to my little friend!
Van Alden’s wife, Rose (Enid Graham), refuses to see him. Nucky’s (Steve Buscemi) rivals decide the only way to gain his power is to have him killed, so Al Capone (Stephen Graham) hires a hit man to take Nucky out. Jimmy (Michael Pitt) is unsure about the hit on Nucky but Gillian (Gretchen Mol) advises him to stay strong.
Gillian has other things on her mind since she has secretly started seeing Lucky Luciano (Vincent Piazza) again. Gillian lets Lucky see her blinker as they argue loyalties in the bedroom. Gillian’s left bullet will make you bring out your Tommy gun!
Assistant US Attorney Esther Randolph (Julianne Nicholson) comes into town to prosecute Nucky and immediately makes waves with Van Alden. Desperate to get back to her old life, Lucy goes to Nucky with her baby. Knowing the value of leverage over a prohibition agent, Lucy tells Nucky that Van Alden is the father. After calling Van Alden to his office, Nucky tells him that he will be his eyes and ears in the Bureau of Prohibition. Van Alden returns home to find that Lucy left their baby with a neighbor and moved out. The hit man hired by Capone shoots at Nucky, but the bullet only goes through his hand. Prohibition Investigator Lathrop (Curt Bouril), who has been following Nucky, kills the hit man before he can take another shot.
Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) goes to Brooklyn to visit her estranged family. When she returns home, she talks to fellow Irishman Owen(Charlie Cox) about homesickness and the two end up doing a mattress jig.
Nucky (Steve Buscemi) still has some power in Atlantic City and it’s growing stronger with the Commodore missing. With Gillian’s help, Jimmy (Michael Pitt) is trying to pick up where the Commodore left off, but the old men who favored his father aren’t so respectful of him.
Eli (Shea Whigham) comes crawling back to Nucky now that his revolt has failed, but Nucky just laughs at him. This starts a fight that is only broken up when Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) intervenes with a shotgun. With all his plans falling apart, Eli loses his cool and kills ward boss O’Neill (William Hill) when he asks about the Commodore’s absence.
Everything ends on a high note as the nudecomer maid, Katy (Heather Lind), shows us her dusters before getting into bed with ex-IRA bodyguard Owen(Charlie Cox). Her bombs end the show with a bang!
Things are going swell for the Commodore (Dabney Coleman) as Gillian (Gretchen Mol) strips down to reveal her rack and rear. Gillian’s swinging shakers are so sexy that the Commodore suffers a stroke. Stroking is guaranteed when Gillian brings out her perky peepers!
With the Commodore out of commission, Nucky’s detractors scramble to stay on track. Meanwhile, Margaret(Kelly Macdonald) seems to be forgetting her humble origins as she orders the staff around and denies them a raise. Don’t worry Margaret, Gillian already gave us a raise!
Chalky (Michael Kenneth Williams) finally gets out of jail and looks for revenge against the men who set his warehouse on fire. Van Alden (Michael Shannon) is drawing suspicion from the FBI for handling too much confiscated cash and from his wife for never being at the boardinghouse where he supposedly lives. Nucky (Steve Buscemi) gets some help from the IRA to blow up Doyle’s warehouse, and Gillian gets some revenge on the paralyzed Commodore for abusing her when she was young.
Lucy (Paz de la Huerta) is not happy being hidden from the world because of her pregnancy, but who cares about that… the boobs are back! Lucy shows her mams and muff checking out her pregnant body in the mirror, then turns around to gaze at her sweet seat meat.
The Commodore (Dabney Coleman) advances his plans to take over from Nucky (Steve Buscemi) by buying up his supplies of liquor. The few suppliers still loyal to Nucky get their ships seized by the coast guard. Nucky’s downswing continues as he gets no help from the Attorney General on his election fraud charges.
Jimmy’s (Michael Pitt) loyalty is wavering between his biological father, the Commodore, and Nucky, who has treated him as a son. Lucy contemplates suicide, but the delivery of a phonograph from Van Alden (Michael Shannon) manages to lift her spirits.
Cheer up Lucy, at least our pants are happy!
The 19th Amendment passes, giving women the right to vote. Nucky (Steve Buscemi) and Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) celebrate with champagne; trying to put an innocent face on his plans, Nucky pushes Margaret to speak on behalf of his political friends to the League of Women Voters.
Champagne corks aren’t the only things popping, because the nudity is back in this episode! Angela (Aleksa Palladino) brings out her bon-bons while waxing the kitchen table with her husband Jimmy (Michael Pitt). That wood needed a good polishing!
With Val Alden’s (Michael Shannon) case and reputation falling apart, he drowns his sorrows at a speakeasy, where he meets down-on-her-luck Lucy (Paz de la Huerta). Back at his place, Lucy shows off her biscuit and beans while saddling up for a ride on creepy FBI guy Van Alden. Those are some Secret Services worth paying taxes for!
Mary (Lisa Joyce) tries to convince Angela to run away with her to Paris and leave Jimmy. Chalky (Michael Kenneth Williams) helps Nucky out by getting rid of the D’Alessio brothers but lets Lansky (Anatol Yusef) live so he can tell Rothstein who’s in control.
The skin is back! Paz de la Heurta always delivers the full enchilada!
All is not well in Atlantic City. While Eli (Shea Whigham) is recovering from his gunshot wound, rumors about corruption in the sheriff’s office are swirling. Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) realizes how much her life has changed when her previous employer at the dress shop asks her to sway Nucky into decreasing the shop’s payoff money. Jimmy (Michael Pitt) comes back into town with solider pal Harrow and immediately gets assigned to bump off the D’Alessio brothers, Nucky’s rivals. Meanwhile, New York boss Rothstein (Michael Stuhlbarg) is plotting with the D’Alessios and Doyle (Paul Sparks) to get rid of Nucky and take over his business.
Angela (Aleksa Palladino) and Jimmy are reunited, which cuts off her steamy she-bop with her lover Mary. The honeymoon doesn’t last too long, though, because Van Alden (Michael Shannon) quickly arrests Jimmy for his role in the heist. Margaret is getting used to the finer things, using her newfound power with Nucky to score an expensive dress.
Sebso (Erik Weiner), Van Alden’s right hand man, drives the heist witness to New York but stops midway to shoot him in head. Turns out Nucky had an inside man in the FBI all along. The episode ends with a botched assassination attempt on Nucky by the D’Alessio brothers, in which an innocent woman gets shot.
No nudity this time but some sexy lesbo lip locking makes life a little easier.
Having suffered a leg injury in the war, Jimmy (Michael Pitt) goes to see a doctor, were he meets fellow soldier Harrow (Jack Huston). Nucky’s elderly father Ethan (Tom Aldredge) falls and breaks a leg, prompting Eli (Shea Whigham) to take him while Nucky (Steve Buscemi) suggests an old folks’ home.
Lucky convinces disgraced distiller Doyle to rob Lolly Steinman’s casino with a big cut going to boss Rothstein in New York.
The FBI finally gets a break in the whiskey heist case when bit player Winslow gives up Jimmy and Al's names in exchange for a lighter sentence.
The truth comes out about the real reason Jimmy’s wife Angela (Aleksa Palladino) stayed behind- she’s in a secret lesbo relationship with Mary (Lisa Joyce)! With her husband out of town, they get in bed to skindulge in some succulent sapphic shagging.
Nucky gets to show his softer side to Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) by confessing his father’s cruelty to him as a child. Jimmy’s revenge against the man who cut Pearl is completed with a little help from Harrow and a rifle across the street.
Touring his father’s old house, Nucky runs into belligerent and abusive Ethan, prompting Nucky to pour turpentine on the floor and burn the whole place down.
The episode ends with a fire, but the hottest parts by far are from lady lovers Aleksa Palladino and Lisa Joyce grindin’ gazongas!
To make up for the lack of nudity in last week’s episode, Boardwalk Empire brings out the big guns this week. Lioness Lucy (Paz de la Huerta) shows full frontal as she scratches Nucky (Steve Buscemi) to mark her territory. She can show us her pussy cat anytime!
To avoid getting pregnant by Nucky, Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) gets some family planning advice to use Lysol. Jimmy (Michael Pitt) and Al Capone’s (Steven Graham) hot tempers are making it hard for them to work together.
Lucky lives up to his name as he gives Gillian (Gretchen Mol) the love gun. Seeing Gillian’s perky pink peaches as she gets it doggy style will have you howling!
Then things get all Fatal Attraction as Lucy spreads her legs to show Margaret her bearded clam. Margaret finally shows her twin peaks while changing, but tit’s unfortunately the work of a body double.
New York boss Rothstein tells Lucky that the broad he’s been banging is Jimmy’s mother, not his wife. After accepting Nucky’s offer to move to a nicer area, Margaret realizes she’s been relocated to “mistress’s row” where all the gangsters’ side pieces live.
To get revenge for Pearl’s death and take out his competition, Jimmy and Al Capone shoot up Sheridan and his gang.
Nucky gives Margaret the cold shoulder to get his butter churned by a prostitute with sweet milk cans, and Van Alden’s (Michael Shannon) obsession with Margaret is starting to get freaky!
Jimmy (Michael Pitt) is staying in Chicago with an increasingly dangerous Al Capone (Steven Graham), while Lucky Luciano (Vincent Piazza) is on Jimmy’s trail for his part in the whiskey heist. Working girl Pearl (Emily Meade) flaunts some puffy peaks in bed with Jimmy, and Lucky gets extra lucky when he see Jimmy’s mom Gillian (Gretchen Mol) dance topless onstage. When Gillian shows off her spotlights, pants give her a standing ovation!
Whiskey supplier Chalky (Michael Kenneth Williams) continues the search for the man who killed his driver. He suspects the KKK, doesn’t know it was his rival Doyle that’s trying to bring him down. Nucky only has eyes for Margaret at his birthday party, even when a nearly nude Lucy (Paz de la Huerta) pops out of a birthday cake for him. Party girl Lucy will have you putting icing all over her cupcakes!
Breast of show: Gretchen Mol topless on stage will make you bring out your mono log!
Simon, the only witness to the heist, is still alive and Nucky (Steve Buscemi) wants him out of the picture. Eli (Shea Whigham) tries to bump him off, but is interrupted by Van Alden (Michael Shannon). Van Alden takes Simon to New York City, but because of some rough treatment on the way he ends up dead. His last words are about a man named Jimmy (Michael Pitt).
Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) gets a job at a dress shop, thanks to her admirer Nucky. Nucky is expanding profits by having distiller Chalky (Michael Kenneth Williams) dilute the whisky. Lucy (Paz de la Huerta) is expanding pants by making Margaret undress her to try on lingerie. Lascivious Lucy gives us full, banging breasts, buns, and bush while shimmying into and out of see-through panties.
Jimmy gets fingered for the heist and has to leave town. Mr. Skin wishes that his fingers would stay where they belong…in that lezzie lingerie scene earlier. Jimmy heads to Chicago, but his wife has other plans and stays behind.
Paz de la Huerta’s ample assets will have you jonesin' for some de la Squerta!
Agent Van Alden (Michael Shannon) is on the case trying
Boardwalk Empire starts out heavy, with whiskey runners being robbed after falling for the old “dead guy in the road” routine. Then we’re off to the Women’s Temperance League, where 'Nucky' Thompson (Steve Buscemi) is giving an inspirational speech at an anti-alcohol rally. The next speech he gives is in the back of a nightclub to the mayor and other leaders discussing how to keep the city wet during prohibition. Mr. Skin likes it wet too!
At an illegal distillery, hidden underneath a funeral home, we get frontal from a girl in the morgue keeping the cold slab hot by showing full funbags and furburger.
Nelson Van Alden (Michael Shannon), a senior Prohibition enforcement agent, keeps tabs as Nucky meets with various gangsters from New York and Chicago. Nucky’s making deals to spread the booze around.
Later, in bed, Nucky’s girlfriend Lucy (Paz de la Huerta) shows her rib bumpers as she rides him reverse cowgirl. After she dismounts we see her grand glutemou and slim trim. Those are some canyons worth yodeling into!
Jimmy (Michael Pitt), the driver who’s looking to move up, set up the robbery to gain favor with Nucky. Jimmy and young Al Capone (Steven Graham) accidentally shoot up the whiskey buyers.
Paz del la Huerta takes the cake in this one. Her jiggling jugs will have your whiskey straight up!
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