One of the main plot points from this season revolves around an exclusive gentleman's club run by Bob Paris. Paris is a wealthy crime boss and one of the biggest power players in the narcotics trade in White Pine Bay, Oregon. The murder of one of Norma's motel guests leads her to find a USB drive, which contains information relating to illegal money transactions. While Paris tries to recover the drive from Norma, she in turn tries to "play the game" and make some back-parlor dealings with the criminal in order to better her own life.
Then there's Norman. If you thought he was fruit-of-the-looms before, wait until you see him now! Ole' Normy has certainly kicked it up a notch since season two, and his mental instability increases to a point that he becomes several steps closer to the man we know he is destined to become. His blackouts grow more frequent, he begins wearing his mother's clothes, speaking in her voice, and even begins seeing visions of her telling him what to do.