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Season 2

13 :02x01 - 21

Sep/25/2011
In the second-season premiere, Nucky eyes a real-estate bonanza when it comes to access to Atlantic City, but has his hands full trying to play peacemaker after Chalky has a run-in with the KKK. Meanwhile, Nelson shows his wife around town on a weekend visit; Jimmy mulls career advice from the Commodore; and Al Capone looks to expand the illegal-booze business in and around Chicago.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Dominic Chianese as Leander Cephas Whitlock | Greg Antonacci as Johnny Torrio | Enid Graham as Rose Van Alden | Robert Clohessy as Ward Boss Neary | Kevin O'Rourke as Mayor Edward Bader | Victor Verhaeghe as Ward Boss Fleming | Glenn Fleshler as George Remus | Bill Sage as Solomon Bishop | Josie Gallina as Emily Schroeder | Declan McTigue as Teddy Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: William Hill (1) as Ward Boss O'Neill | Joseph Aniska as Agent Stan Sawicki | Matty Blake as State Trooper | John Bolton (1) as Carl Switzer | Joel Brady as Agent Clarkson | Rony Clanton as Langston | Justiin A. Davis as Lester White | Marceline Hugot as Sister Bernice | John Keating (2) as Ernie Moran | Heather Lind as Katy | Ed Manley as John Wright | Edward McGinty as Ward Boss Boyd | Tracy Middendorf as Babette | Connor Noon as Tommy Darmody | Franklin Ojeda Smith as Deacon Lemuel Cuffy | Natalie Wachen as Lenore White | Kathryn Avery as Dancer | Leslie Flesner as Dancer | Kate Harpootlian as Dancer | Sarah Skogland as Dancer | Emily Tyra as Dancer

14 :02x02 - Ourselves Alone

Oct/02/2011
Despite being publicly embarrassed by legal trouble, Nucky's biggest concern may be holding on to his private army in a battle for control of Atlantic City. Meanwhile, Jimmy pitches a business deal to Arnold Rothstein in New York, but may have more in common with Meyer Lansky and Lucky Luciano; Margaret draws on past experience to retrieve some valuable information; Chalky clashes with a fellow inmate; and an Irish nationalist comes to town looking for support.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Dominic Chianese as Leander Cephas Whitlock | Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | Ted Rooney as John McGarrigle | Eric LaRay Harvey as Dunn Purnsley | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky | Robert Clohessy as Ward Boss Neary | Kevin O'Rourke as Mayor Edward Bader | Victor Verhaeghe as Ward Boss Fleming | Josie Gallina as Emily Schroeder | Declan McTigue as Teddy Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: William Hill (1) as Ward Boss O'Neill | Barthelemy Atsin as Noah Hookway | Steven L. Barron as Vocal Reporter | Jonathan Baston as Cornelius | John Cenatiempo as Scarpelli | Rony Clanton as Langston | Alex Cranmer as Talmer | Thomas Endres as Philadelphia Enquirer Reporter | Truck Hudson as Timothy | John Keating (2) as Ernie Moran | Rob Kramer (1) as Poker Player #1 | Heather Lind as Katy | Mario Macaluso as Incrocci | Trisha McCormick as Eunice | Michael McEachran as Harold | Edward McGinty as Ward Boss Boyd | Jack E. Moran as Sheriff's Deputy #1 | Jeff Norris as Sheriff's Deputy #2 | Jacqueline Pennewill as Lillian | Don Puglisi as Len | Bill Sage as Solomon Bishop | Omar Sharif Scroggins as Harold C. Madison | Samuel Taylor (1) as Paddy Ryan | Joseph Tudisco as Poker Player #2 | Peter Van Wagner as Isaac Ginsburg | Natalie Wachen as Lenore White | Amy Warren as Pauleen | Michael Zegen as Benjamin Siegel
Director: David Petrarca

15 :02x03 - A Dangerous Maid

Oct/09/2011
The Commodore throws his weight around with the Coast Guard to disrupt the delivery of alcohol, which creates an opportunity for Owen to demonstrate his value to Nucky and a struggling casino. Meanwhile, a letter dredges up painful memories for Margaret; Nucky calls in a favor with the U.S. attorney general; Meyer and Lucky learn the price of power; and Lucy searches for ways to cure her loneliness.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | Christopher McDonald as Harry Daugherty | Tom Aldredge as Ethan Thompson | Wayne Duvall as Governor Edwards | Danny Burstein as Lolly Steinman | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky | Kevin O'Rourke as Mayor Edward Bader | Victor Verhaeghe as Ward Boss Fleming | Ivo Nandi as Joe Masseria |
Co-Guest Stars: Pearce Bunting as Bill McCoy | Peter Claymore as Grey-Haired Man | Stephen DeRosa as Eddie Cantor | Greg Harvey as Harrow's man | Andrew Kober as Waiter | Heather Lind as Katy | Mike Lubik as Vitrola delivery man | Tracy Middendorf as Babette | Connor Noon as Tommy Darmody | Jacqueline Pennewill as Lillian | Tracy Sallows as Katheryn Bader | Nisi Sturgis as June Thompson | Amy Warren as Pauleen
Director: Susanna White
Writer: Itamar Moses

16 :02x04 - What Does the Bee Do?

Oct/16/2011
Philadelphia gangsters may prove to be important middlemen for rival factions to get booze into—and out of—Atlantic City. Meanwhile, Nucky's lawyer hatches an idea to expand the scope of his election-fraud case; Owen's munitions experience comes in handy for Nucky; Chalky still feels like a prisoner even though he's out of jail; and Gillian takes advantage of the Commodore's vulnerability while recalling the night they met.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | William Forsythe as Manny Horvitz | Enid Graham as Rose Van Alden | Chris Mulkey as Boss Frank Hague | Jennifer Ferrin as Carolyn Rothstein | Kevin O'Rourke as Mayor Edward Bader | Victor Verhaeghe as Ward Boss Fleming | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky | Lucy Gallina as Emily Schroeder | Rory McTigue as Teddy Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: Sidné Anderson as Bereaved mother | Joseph Aniska as Agent Stan Sawicki | Marilyn Berry as Mrs Mayhew | Joel Brady as Agent Clarkson | Pearce Bunting as Bill McCoy | Justiin A. Davis as Lester White | Devin Harjes as Jack Dempsey | Kevin Henderson as Dr. Carl Surran | Tyrone Mitchell Henderson as Wilfred | Heather Lind as Katy | Christina Jackson as Maybelle White | Skai Jackson as Adeline White | John Keating (2) as Ernie Moran | Rege Lewis as Travis Elkins | Nneoma Nkuku as Widow #3 | Connor Noon as Tommy Darmody | Jacqueline Pennewill as Lillian | Ty Michael Robinson as Samuel Crawford | Bill Sage as Solomon Bishop | Solomon Shiv as Herman "Chayem" Kaufman | Megan Sikora as Philadelphia prostitute's madam | Franklin Ojeda Smith as Deacon Lemuel Cuffy | Linda Thompson Williams as Widow #2 | Peter Van Wagner as Isaac Ginsburg | Natalie Wachen as Lenore White | Amy Warren as Pauleen | DeWanda Wise as Henny Walker | Michael Zegen as Benjamin Siegel
Director: Ed Bianchi

17 :02x05 - Gimcrack & Bunkum

Oct/23/2011
After introducing a surprise speaker at a Memorial Day event, Nucky senses his opposition starting to crumble just as his election-fraud case is about to fall into federal jurisdiction. Meanwhile, Richard has a soul-searching experience in the woods before going back to work with Jimmy, who clashes with Atlantic City's ruling class; and Eli's bridge-burning lands him in a desperate situation.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Dominic Chianese as Leander Cephas Whitlock | Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | Christopher McDonald as Harry Daugherty | Richard Easton (1) as Jackson Parkhurst | Robert Clohessy as Jim Neary | Heather Lind as Katy | Kevin O'Rourke as Mayor Edward Bader | Victor Verhaeghe as Ward Boss Fleming | Lucy Gallina as Emily Schroeder | Rory McTigue as Teddy Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: William Hill (1) as Ward Boss O'Neill | Adam Mucci as Deputy Halloran | Bill Camp as Glenmore | Todd Davis as Alexander | Jon DeVries as Pete | Edmond Genest as Mr. Markham | Leslie Henstock as Hooker #1 | Ed Jewett as Jess Smith | T.J. Kenneally as Charles Kenneth Thorogood AKA "Chip" | Martin LaPlatney as Mr. Darlington | Edward McGinty as Ward Boss Boyd | Tom Morrissey as Mr. Webber | Connor Noon as Tommy Darmody | Jacqueline Pennewill as Lillian | Thomas Toner as Mr. Ennis | Peter Van Wagner as Isaac Ginsburg | Brandon Zumsteg as Brian Thompson

18 :02x06 - The Age of Reason

Oct/30/2011
Bad news from Harry Daugherty in Washington, D.C., could make things tough for Nucky, who assembles quite a crowd to organize a liquor delivery in Philadelphia. Meanwhile, Jimmy talks business with Leander Whitlock but turns to Manny Horvitz to get results; Margaret prepares her son for his first confession; and Van Alden struggles to maintain his composure as a fallen colleague's condition deteriorates.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Dominic Chianese as Leander Cephas Whitlock | Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | William Forsythe as Manny Horvitz | Christopher McDonald as Harry Daugherty | Geoff Pierson as Senator Walter Edge | Enid Graham as Rose Van Alden | Peter McRobbie as Supervisor Elliot | Michael Cumpsty as Father Brennan | Glenn Fleshler as George Remus | Nick Sandow as Waxey Gordon | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky | Lucy Gallina as Emily Schroeder | Rory McTigue as Teddy Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: Brad Aldous as Photographer | Joseph Aniska as Agent Stan Sawicki | Angelo Berkowitz as Driver | Kate Boyer as Chip's girl | Joel Brady as Agent Clarkson | Pearce Bunting as Bill McCoy | Rony Clanton as Langston | Edward James Hyland as Judge Ketchum | Ed Jewett as Jess Smith | T.J. Kenneally as Charles Kenneth Thorogood AKA "Chip" | McKenna Kerrigan as Nurse | Heather Lind as Katy | John Mainieri as Hotel Manager | Connor Noon as Tommy Darmody | Jacqueline Pennewill as Lillian | Julian Rozzell Jr. as Harlan | Bill Sage as Solomon Bishop | Solomon Shiv as Herman "Chayem" Kaufman | Peter Van Wagner as Isaac Ginsburg
Director: Jeremy Podeswa

19 :02x07 - Peg of Old

Nov/06/2011
Margaret has a family reunion; Owen gets even with a rival; Van Alden recognizes the hierarchy of the law; Jimmy wonders how a decision will affect the future.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | Julianne Nicholson as Esther Randolph | Tony Curran as Eamonn Rohan | Robert Clohessy as Jim Neary | Kevin O'Rourke as Mayor Edward Bader | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky |
Co-Guest Stars: Nadia Alexander as Bethany Rohan | Joseph Aniska as Agent Stan Sawicki | Curt Bouril as Clifford Lathrop | Bob Braswell as Pratt | Ralph Byers as Jack "Doc" Kearns | Laurie Dawn as Alfreda Short | Thomas Endres as Philadelphia Enquirer Reporter | Shannon Garland as Nuala Rohan | Devin Harjes as Jack Dempsey | Mark Havlis as Cab Driver | Emma Kenney as Aylesh Rohan | Dave Konig as Reporter #1 | Olan Montgomery as Irish Bartender | Nic Novicki as Carl Heely | Thomas Philip O'Neill as Dick Halsey | Jacqueline Pennewill as Lillian | Tony Rossi as Reporter #2 | Gary Troy as Del Grogan | Peter Van Wagner as Isaac Ginsburg
Director: Allen Coulter

20 :02x08 - Two Boats and a Lifeguard

Nov/13/2011
Nucky turns to Arnold Rothstein for political advice in the aftermath of a personal loss, but Eli remains unsure of his brother's motives. Meanwhile, Angela makes a new acquaintance on the beach and learns more about her husband's business methods; Owen mulls an opportunity to go home; and Jimmy's power play makes life tough for Mickey Doyle.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Dominic Chianese as Leander Cephas Whitlock | Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | William Forsythe as Manny Horvitz | Julianne Nicholson as Esther Randolph | Tom Aldredge as Ethan Thompson | Greg Antonacci as Johnny Torrio | Robert Clohessy as Jim Neary | Glenn Fleshler as George Remus | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky | Lucy Gallina as Emily Schroeder | Rory McTigue as Teddy Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: Happy Anderson as Waiter | Joseph Aniska as Agent Stan Sawicki | Curt Bouril as Clifford Lathrop | Clark Carmichael as Guardsman | Kevin Carolan as Boardwalk Barker | Rony Clanton as Langston | Peter Claymore as Grey-Haired Man | Jonathan Dickson as Delivery man | Robert Dorfman as Max Hirsch | Moira Driscoll as Beach Matron | Kevin Henderson as Dr. Carl Surran | Heather Lind as Katy | Andrew MacLarty as Elevator operator | Edward McGinty as Alderman Al Boyd | Spencer Moses as Ukulele player | Cliff Moylan as Sheriff's deputy | Connor Noon as Tommy Darmody | Thomas Philip O'Neill as Dick Halsey | Charlie Plummer as Michael Thompson | Christiane Seidel as Sigrid | Kristen Sieh as Louise | Nisi Sturgis as June Thompson | Samuel Taylor (1) as Paddy Ryan | David L. Townsend as Arthur Lasch | Peter Van Wagner as Isaac Ginsburg | Brandon Zumsteg as Brian Thompson | Drew Humphrey as Babette's dancer | Kathryn Avery as Babette's dancer | Jennifer Bowles as Babette's dancer | Mark Manley as Babette's dancer | Dieter Riesle as Babette's dancer | Frank Root as Babette's dancer | Doug Sheppard as Babette's dancer | Felicity Stiverson as Babette's dancer | Emily Tyra as Babette's dancer | William Ward (3) as Babette's dancer | Matthew Broadley as Patrick Thompson

21 :02x09 - Battle of the Century

Nov/20/2011
Arriving in Belfast, Nucky and Owen meet with IRA leaders with a barter proposition. Meanwhile, in Atlantic City, Jimmy and his partners broker a deal with George Remus for his “medicinal” alcohol before taking a break to see/hear the Dempsey fight. Margaret frets when Emily’s illness takes a turn for the worse; Dunn Purnsley orchestrates a worker’s strike at the Ritz; Waxey Gordon takes action against Manny Horvitz in Philadelphia; Randolph and Clifford Lathrop grill Halloran about Nucky’s past.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | William Forsythe as Manny Horvitz | Julianne Nicholson as Esther Randolph | Eric LaRay Harvey as Dunn Purnsley | Ted Rooney as John McGarrigle | Robert Clohessy as Jim Neary | Glenn Fleshler as George Remus | Nick Sandow as Waxey Gordon | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky | Lucy Gallina as Emily Schroeder | Rory McTigue as Teddy Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: Adam Mucci as Deputy Halloran | Spencer Aste as Customs official #2 | Curt Bouril as Clifford Lathrop | Peter Bradbury (1) as Food | Scott Burik as Alfred Gordetsky | Richardson Desil as Franklin | Tim Dolan as Western Union Messenger | Samuel Ray Gates as Head Chef | Michael Halsey as Bill Neilan | Brittney Lee Hamilton as Redhead at radio broadcast | Joel Hatch as Dr Edward Holt | Kevin Henderson as Dr. Carl Surran | Angus Hepburn as Daniel Fitzgerald | Rege Lewis as Travis Elkins | Heather Lind as Katy | Christopher McCann as Mortician | Edwin J. McDonough as Priest | Daniel O'Shea as IRA leader | Jacqueline Pennewill as Lillian | Charlie Plummer as Michael Thompson | Laine Rettmer as Brunette at radio broadcast | Ivan Sandomire as Man at butcher shop | Isaiah Stokes as Louis | Nisi Sturgis as June Thompson | Lee Summers as Otis | Justin Swain as Patrick | Amy Warren as Pauleen | Terence Winter as Radio commentator | Brandon Zumsteg as Brian Thompson | Matthew Broadley as Patrick Thompson
Director: Brad Anderson

22 :02x10 - Georgia Peaches

Nov/27/2011
Nucky shows he still has a few tricks up his sleeve by finding another source for booze, so Jimmy and his partners look for a new moneymaker in Atlantic City. Meanwhile, striking workers create a dilemma for the powers-that-be at the height of tourist season; Nucky finds new legal representation; Margaret deals with a guilty conscience; and Manny Horvitz feels slighted by a debt payment.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Dominic Chianese as Leander Cephas Whitlock | Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | William Forsythe as Manny Horvitz | Eric LaRay Harvey as Dunn Purnsley | Julianne Nicholson as Esther Randolph | Robert Clohessy as Jim Neary | Kevin O'Rourke as Mayor Edward Bader | Michael Cumpsty as Father Brennan | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky | Curt Bouril as Clifford Lathrop | Lucy Gallina as Emily Schroeder | Rory McTigue as Teddy Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: Adam Mucci as Deputy Halloran | David Aaron Baker as Bill Fallon | Craig Bockhorn as Dan | Peter Bradbury (1) as Food | Rony Clanton as Langston | Helmar Augustus Cooper as Pastor | Joel Hatch as Dr Edward Holt | Tracy Middendorf as Babette | Thomas Philip O'Neill as Dick Halsey | Jimmy Palumbo as Hotelier #2 | Scott Robertson as Hotelier #1 | Julian Rozzell Jr. as Harlan | Christiane Seidel as Sigrid | Kristen Sieh as Louise | Joseph Sikora as Hans Schroeder | Peter Van Wagner as Isaac Ginsburg | Connie Watkins as Housekeeper
Director: Jeremy Podeswa

23 :02x11 - Under God's Power She Flourishes

Dec/04/2011
Jimmy recalls his time at college; Nucky and Margaret discuss how to make the best of a potentially bad situation.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | Julianne Nicholson as Esther Randolph | Michael Cumpsty as Father Brennan | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky | Gabriel Olds as Professor Noel Pearson | Lucy Gallina as Emily Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: Joseph Aniska as Agent Stan Sawicki | David Aaron Baker as Bill Fallon | Curt Bouril as Clifford Lathrop | Will Cart as Marten Sharpe | Pierce Cravens as Cal Widdecombe | Ben Forster as Carruthers | Joseph Harrell as Sheriff's Deputy #2 | Joel Hatch as Dr Edward Holt | Jeb Kreager as Army Recruiter | Heather Lind as Katy | Randall Newsome as Douglas Wallbridge | Connor Noon as Tommy Darmody | Franklin Ojeda Smith as Deacon Lemuel Cuffy | Dustin Olson as Sheriff's Deputy #1 | Thomas Philip O'Neill as Dick Halsey | Patrick O'neill (2) as Tom | Julian Rozzell Jr. as Harlan | Christiane Seidel as Sigrid | Lucas Wells as LeBarron
Director: Allen Coulter

24 :02x12 - To the Lost

Dec/11/2011
In the second-season finale, the approach of Nucky's trial has Jimmy thinking about reconciliation, while Margaret mulls an offer from Esther Randolph that will have momentous consequences.

Source: HBO
Guest Stars: Dominic Chianese as Leander Cephas Whitlock | Charlie Cox (2) as Owen Sleater | William Forsythe as Manny Horvitz | Julianne Nicholson as Esther Randolph | Eric LaRay Harvey as Dunn Purnsley | Robert Clohessy as Jim Neary | Kevin O'Rourke as Mayor Edward Bader | Victor Verhaeghe as Ward Boss Fleming | Michael Cumpsty as Father Brennan | Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky | Lucy Gallina as Emily Schroeder | Rory McTigue as Teddy Schroeder |
Co-Guest Stars: Adam Mucci as Deputy Halloran | David Aaron Baker as Bill Fallon | Denny Dale Bess as Klansman Informant | Donte Bonner as Chalky's Man #1 | Charlotte Booker as Cicero Landlady | Curt Bouril as Clifford Lathrop | Rony Clanton as Langston | Peter Claymore as Grey-Haired Man | Christian Davidock as Dick Heatherton | Roy Milton Davis as Pony Wrangler | Tim House as Klansman Raider #3 | John Keating (2) as Ernie Moran | Heather Lind as Katy | Trisha McCormick as Eunice | Naomi McDougall Jones as Screaming Secretary | Edward McGinty as Alderman Al Boyd | Ian Scott McGregor as Halloran's attorney | Randall Newsome as Douglas Wallbridge | Connor Noon as Tommy Darmody | Thomas Philip O'Neill as Dick Halsey | Jacqueline Pennewill as Lillian | Christiane Seidel as Sigrid | Dan Sharkey as Herb Crocker | Ian Stuart (2) as Judge | Samuel Taylor (1) as Paddy Ryan | Brandon Zumsteg as Brian Thompson
Warning: Boardwalk Empire guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Crime | Drama
Status: Final Season
Network: HBO ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 19, 2010
Episode Order: 8
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