A quick recap of the show's first three seasons.
Recapping events from the fourth season of the series.
When Norman is found wandering and talking to himself, he is held in a psych ward, forcing Norma to take action to get him treatment. Emma's transplant surgery brings her mother into town.
As Romero does a significant favour for Norma, Norman begins to fear and suspect his mother of something horrible. Emma's recovery has Dylan thinking about his future.
Both Norma and Norman try and have difficulty with him being at Pineview while she begins to see some benefits of her marriage to Romero. Dylan prepares for a new part of his life.
Norman is itching to escape Pineview and his new friend gives him ample help. Norma begins to appreciate married life with Romero, but he learns something that could jeopardise it. Dylan makes a big decision about his future with Emma.
Norman begins to cooperate in therapy, which piques Dr Edwards to take a closer look. Dylan prepares for a new life with Emma by applying for a new job. Looking to have a window fixed following the break-in, Norma crosses paths with Chick, unaware of his connection to her family.
Edwards digs further into Norman's psyche by exploring his past. As Dylan prepares to move out, Norma finds herself choosing to give up Caleb to Chick in order to keep him from telling everyone about the sexual relationship she had with her brother.
Norma's happy life with Romero is threatened when Norman discovers their marriage and makes a plea to return home. Beginning to suspect the worst, Dylan begins asking questions about the whereabouts of Emma's mother.
Norma hesitates to tell Norman about the true nature of her relationship with Romero and his attitude since his return doesn't help her predicament. Meanwhile, Dylan and Emma visit for the holidays and Rebecca gets stopped before she can leave Pine Bay.
Norma and Norman try to reconnect as they make plans for the future. Dylan and Romero decide to take action.
Norman organizes a special event for his mother. Romero experiences some pressure over his actions.