Norma and Norman's relationship continues to deteriorate as she flatly refuses to tell him anything about his blackouts. In the aftermath of the attack on his warehouse, Nick Ford asks Norma to tell Dylan he wants to talk. When Nick and Dylan meet, Ford gives him only one way to stop an all-out war between the two families. Sheriff Romero informally questions Norman about whether he had sex with his teacher Miss Watson, on the night she died. Norman denies it but Romero has DNA tests that prove otherwise.
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The picture of young Norman in Norma's bedroom is an actual picture of Freddie Highmore
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Here I am, talk.
For future reference, Dylan, in business, as in life in general, pleasantries are an important part of how people communicate. It helps to define common ground.
References Double Indemnity
Written and Performed by Eddy Grant See more