Nucky's flirtatious phone call with Sally Wheet gets interrupted when Chalky White and his men lay siege to the Albatross. Pointing his gun at Nucky, Chalky confronts him about Narcisse's takeover and subsequent partnership with Nucky: He wants Narcisse dead, and will stop at nothing to make that happen. Nucky assures him they want the same thing. "Oh, I know you want it now," Chalky snarls.
Richard Harrow testifies in court that he's certain the body Gillian cremated was not Jimmy's: "I fought beside him. You don't forget that." The defense attorney attempts to discredit Harrow's testimony, on the grounds he only has one eye. Gillian, unhinged, shouts that there's no body; she can't be charged with murder without one. As she's led from the courtroom she seethes, "Why does a man get to do anything he wants?"
In Washington D.C., J. Edgar Hoover is surprised with Agent Knox's continued success, though he remains skeptical of an organized criminal conspiracy. Knox takes the opportunity to confront Hoover about their long-standing rivalry and Hoover's wish to see him fail. Ignoring Knox's barb, Hoover suggests Knox start calling him "Director Hoover."
In Chicago, the Capones, Nelson Van Alden and Johnny Torrio discuss the recent attack on the Hawthorne Inn. Torrio is certain it was Hymie Weiss retaliating for O'Banion's murder: "Who else could it be?" Al however, remains unconvinced of that assessment, suspicious of Torrio himself.