Norman panics as the sheriff starts a murder investigation, questioning and arresting him after his victims' corpses were found, but his 'Norma side' knocks his softy self out to stand firm in denial, blaming the sheriff for confusing him by 'denying medication' to retract his confession of Sam Loomis's murder. Dylan realizes his mother in law and Norma may be killed by Norman, yet remains protective of his kid brother and hires lawyer Maggie Summers to set up a defense, which Norma(n) claims control over. Romero is recovered and free again.
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After Norma died, Norman felt lonely. And I felt lonely after my kid and my wife took off, so we became friends. You know, but when I say it like that it sounds like, you know, reductive. It wasn't just a-a-a friendship of necessity. I recognized in Norman that he had the soul of an artist.
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