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"Sunday Best" is the appropriate title for this episode as we see all major characters on Easter Sunday and how different their days pan out. Nucky and Eli have a reunion and seem to be on better terms. Nucky is invited to dinner at Eli's. Margaret and the children meet Eli's wife and children for the first time. The reunion shows Nucky having fun showing the family a juggling trick and Margaret sings an old Irish tune. Nucky and Eli have a heart to heart and eventually Nucky promotes him to manager of the warehouse alongside Mickey. Margaret also spills the details of her marital woes to Eli's wife, but she quickly changes the subject and talks to Margaret about dessert.
Gillian is as bizarre as ever in this episode. In order to come to terms with Jimmy's death, she lures her new Jimmy lookalike lover to take a bath. After some sensuous bathing, she sticks him with a needle of heroin, and drowns him soon after.
We see Gyp Rosetti in his family dynamic. In a dramatic scene in a church, we see Rosetti plead with God. As he is screaming in the church, he is approached by a priest as to why he was so angry. A furious Gyp hits the priest and threatens him as he asks for the church's funds. He also has a deep conversation with Joe Masseria and pleads with him to work together with him. We see a different side of Gyp, a more desperate side, and we see why he is so adamant about taking Nucky out of business. He is trying very hard to make a name for himself in a bootlegging underground world that does not have room for small time criminals.
We also see Richard Harrow having dinner at his lady friend Julia Sagorsky's home and he brings Tommy, Jimmy's son, with him. It seems like he is trying to woo her and fingers crossed they do eventually get together, being that Harrow is a sweet man. He brings both Tommy and Julia to the boardwalk, after a terrible outburst from her father. They take a portrait picture together and later we see him stick it in a memories album. We definitely see how bad Richard wants a family of his own.