Jimmy Darmody, who is kept hidden by Jack Huston, revisits his college days with Angela and Gillian as he mourns the death of his beloved one.
Jimmy Darmody is in a mourning mode in the next episode of "Boardwalk Empire". Following [SPOILER ALERT!] the shocking death of his wife Angela in the November 27 episode, the authorities are looking for Jimmy who is kept hidden by Jack Huston. In his sole state, Jimmy will revisit his college days with Angela and his mother, Gillian.
As Jimmy's whereabouts remain in question, his co-workers will find a solution to handle his "piece". Also in the penultimate episode of season 2, Nucky is upset with Margaret whom he accuses of cheating.
Titled "Under God's Power She Flourishes", the upcoming episode will air Sunday, December 4 at 9 P.M. on HBO. After that, there is one episode left before the show wraps up the second season.
Aleksa Palladino has recently talked about the demise of Angela. Sharing her feelings when learning the fate of her character, she admitted, "It was pretty upsetting for awhile," before explaining, "You put so much life into a character, and I think because we never know where the characters are going, there's so much more room to imagine where they're going."
"It was upsetting for so many reasons but ultimately because the character, I don't think, ever really had a chance to grow. I feel that there was just so much potential of things that could happen."
Revealing an alternate storyline for Angela, Palladino said, "There was originally an idea that she would wind up going to Greenwich Village with Jimmy and become friendly with another woman who was an anarchist. Angela would have been brought into that whole world, which would have been amazing."
She added, "I think what's interesting about her, as opposed to other women in the show is that she's the only woman that isn't looking to gain power through the man she's with, she's looking for her version of power just through herself. It would've been nice to see what that would've been. She was the one that had the potential of being a really modern woman."