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Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller
Original Title: Goodnight, Mother
Director: Tim Southam
Writers: Carlton Cuse,Kerry Ehrin
Released: 2013–2017
Duration: 42min
Video type: TV Episode
Dylan is still in Portland, considering recovering Emma's future with her father Will Decody, unaware her mother was slain by Norman in the motel. Despite initially turning down Norma's request for a 'fake marriage' for access to his health insurance, the sheriff bribes the rehab manager promising a marriage certificate in two months, but then Norman must sign for voluntary admission. Norma can't convince him, and when Norman, who insists to step up as motel manager, finds the faxed papers, he believes his beloved mother is the psychotic killer -as his father tells him in a nightmare- trying to frame him, so mother and son play cat and mouse until Alex arrives.
Episode cast overview:
Vera Farmiga Vera Farmiga - Norma Louise Bates
Freddie Highmore Freddie Highmore - Norman Bates
Max Thieriot Max Thieriot - Dylan Massett
Olivia Cooke Olivia Cooke - Emma Decody
Nestor Carbonell Nestor Carbonell - Sheriff Alex Romero
David Cubitt David Cubitt - Sam Bates
Louis Ferreira Louis Ferreira - Dr. Guynan
Andrew Howard Andrew Howard - Will Decody
Karina Logue Karina Logue - Audrey
Fiona Vroom Fiona Vroom - Vicki Monroe
Dustin Freeland Dustin Freeland - Deputy
Nelson Leis Nelson Leis - Portland Dad
Hannah Levien Hannah Levien - Portland Woman
Sasha Rojen Sasha Rojen - Portland Kid
Elizabeth Weinstein Elizabeth Weinstein - Nurse

This episode was watched by 1.45 million viewers.

Despite Norma's (Vera Farmiga) desperation to get Norman (Freddie Highmore) to sign the papers for admittance to Pine View, the Sheriff (Nestor Carbonell) doesn't take them from her before he drives off, taking Norman to the facility.

Reviews: [2]

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    Wow! What Can I say? I have watched this show from day 1...and let me tell you...this is the best hour it has ever had! The two leads of the show..Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore, are what makes a good show great..and wisely the show chose to focus nearly the entire episode on just them...short of a few minutes.

    Its not that I don't like the other characters, in fact the other two stars..Max and Olivia are fantastic...its just that the stories they are given are normally the weak point of the show. With this episode however..we get the best of the best!

    I truly believe that if you are a fan of the classic Hitchcock film that the show is based on...this episode is a fantastic companion piece and prequel of sorts to the film.If you watch no other episode of the series...Watch this one!!
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    I have seen every episode and I have enjoyed most of them and managed to ignore the drug related stuff that was never engaging or Bradley's bad acting. The most important factor has always been Vera Farmiga. However the soapy, teen aspects of the show had kept me from fully embracing it as a "good" show, but man! this episode has been one of the greatest episodes I have watched in a while. The camera work was flawless and sophisticated. I hate to sound a little snobbish and pretentious but it is undeniable that it has finally found its legs and it has matured into something that can fully embrace its Hitchockness. Its tension and the use of shadows, frames and the way that Freddie Highmore has developed and grown... it is something that gave me real goosebumps. I just didn't know this A&E Show had it. I'm so glad I stuck around to witness this.