Excellent review. The scene between Nucky and Margret was amazing, showing just how incredibly talented Buscemi is because he did it by himself. I can't imagine him not receiving an emmy nod for his work in this series. The thing with Eli and Jimmy, I don't necessarily disagree, but Jimmy doesn't "owe all his positive things in his life to Nucky." The man is clearly intelligent, (Nucky got him into Princeton, I'm sure he had to have been smart for that) and if he wanted too could have made in on his own in Chicago. He probably could have made it anywhere else because of drive and intelligence. He however has something to prove to Nucky, drawing him back to him. I think that has to be the point with Eli although you think he would be more appreciative. It could be that Buscemi has made Nucky a little to likable so it's hard to feel sorry for sappy Eli who without his brother doesn't strike me as someone who would have amounted to much.