Norma, nervous about councilman Berman’s death, goes to see Nick Ford and gently “breaks off” whatever sort of professional relationship the two had.
Norman wakes up in Cody’s car, no memory of his confrontation with Caleb. He swears he has never had a blackout before, and asks she not tell his mother.
Emma wakes in bed at the motel with “cupcake boy.” She is embarrassed and slips out, then spends the rest of the episode ducking him. Outside, she finds Dylan passed out in his own vomit, in his truck.
Bradley’s “suicide” made the front page of the local newspaper. Emma is quite upset; Norman tries to put on his “upset face” to not give away the game.
Bradley is staying in Norman’s basement. He wakes her, insisting she tell him what happened. She resists, but Norman won’t help her without honesty. “I killed the guy that killed my dad.”
Season two opens the morning after last season’s finale, with Norma getting a phone call about Miss Watson’s death, and Norman waking up to the news. Norman takes the news really hard. He sobs uncomfortably loud during her memorial, and in the privacy of his room clutches her pearls like a rosary.
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