By Bobby Pollier, EnStars | Sep 23, 2012 02:25 PM EDT
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The second season of HBO's hit series "Boardwalk Empire" had halted in a bloody and mourning manner leaving fans in wonder. However, the show is back and excitingly kicked off its third season with "Resolution" on Sept. 16. Fans of the hit gangster drama will be happy to know that the network has already rolled out the plot details for the next few episodes.
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In a battle of the lands, there will be a plethora of quality storylines that will continue to unfold in the series: Al Capone looks to be getting involved in the North vs. South showdown against the Irish mob, Lucky Luciano is feuding with Joe Masseria in the New York heroin trade, and Gyp Roseti and Arnold Rothstein are fighting over the New York booze. Nucky Thompson is also facing trouble in the Washington, D.C. area. Eli, Nucky's brother, is back in the mix as well after being released from jail.
According to HBO, the following are the synopsis' of the next two installments of "Boardwalk Empire" season 3:
Episode 3.2: "Spaghetti & Coffee," premieres Sept. 23rd at 9 PM ET
Mixing business with pleasure in New York, Nucky bristles at the collection tactics of Gaston Means, a "special investigator" with ties to Attorney General Harry Daugherty. At St. Theresa's, Margaret is troubled when her altruism is met with resistance by both a patient and an idealistic doctor. Gyp extends his stopover in Tabor Heights, a town halfway between Atlantic City and New York, with an eye towards establishing a strategic foothold. Chalky and his daughter Maybelle fail to agree on her future with Samuel; Eli gets a new boss and faces new realities at home; a major liquor shipment takes an unexpected detour.
Episode 3.3: "Bone For Tuna," premieres Sept. 29th at 9 PM ET
Margaret is accompanied by a reluctant Nucky to receive an honor from the church, and she finds a new audience to unveil her idea for a women's clinic. Meanwhile, Rosetti finally makes a deal to get a shipment of liquor; Richard puts Mickey in his place; and in Chicago, Van Alden finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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