Norman resists psychiatric commitment and grimly blames Norma even more bitterly after accidentally finding out she sought to have him committed against his will, yet sees no better alternative to the worse public facility, hence enters but stays aloof of any therapy or patient, even friendly age-peer Julian Howe, who proves a very helpful mentor. Dylan wants a clean future with Emma, hence wants out of the drug business, and is surprised when he reluctantly comes fire his weed plantation assistant that he's already sort of written off himself. Sheriff Alex Romero made all arrangements to have Norman committed as his bride's charge and insists to make the marriage credible, despite the mere registrar's wedding, as a found-out fake could compromise his career as well.
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At the restaurant when Norma and Alex finish their first drink, Alex is taking the bottle from the ice and about to pour more wine. However in the next shot, both the drinks are already filled. Also the bottle of wine keeps changing position. It is sometimes on the left side of the white decoration flower and sometimes on its right side. See more
Norma Louise Bates
I've just got - I've got a lot on my mind, and I'm so worried about Norman, and I know - Know this is stupid, but this is the third time that I've been married, and I'm never gonna be good at it, and this isn't even real, so I - I just can't go out in public and act like I'm happy.
[vigorously chopping vegetables
Sheriff Alex Romero
That's what alcohol is for.