Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Episode 1 We'll do what we can, the rescue crews say, like a TV surgeon prepping an emergency operation in ER I have to make sure I do all the right things," Davis tells the camera, afterwards. We're not talking about some fly-by-night company here. We're talking about one of the highest-end trucking companies in B.C. The patient lives, happily. In future episodes, Davis will run herd over the usual group of newbies, while making sure the veterans are motivated and doing their jobs, all the while keeping an eye on the bills. It's a tough job, and it takes a tough man or woman to do it. (Saturday, Discovery Canada, 2 PT)Click here to Watch------->> Boardwalk Empire Season 4 Episode 1
Boardwalk Empire was created by Terence Winter, who came up as writer on The Sopranos, a lineage that gets more confounding with each season of Boardwalk. The Sopranos's David Chase was keenly attuned to the foolish,
Some fans may find themselves wondering where this is going and whether they want to go there with it. You will (believe me, you will) but just gird yourself for something new, and in surprising ways, something better. "Empire" is richer, deeper, and -- if possible -- even more beautiful. And this does remain very much a thing of beauty and craftsmanship. The huge creative challenge for "Empire's" fourth season is escaping the long shadow cast by the third --
"You can see by the skid marks where he went in back here," a bemused truck company rep says, moments later, "started along the bank and over he went."
The prognosis is not terrific.
"Six-month-old truck," the company rep says, even more bemused. "A hundred thousand kilometres on it. My boss told me, `Don't wreck the trailers any more than they're already wrecked.'"