After about forty minutes of leisurely pacing and giving time over to exposition (not that that is a bad thing for a show just starting out to do), things got real on Bates Motel in the final, bizarre minutes. White Pines Bay has plenty of secrets, and even the cleanest of citizens are part of its dirty underground. But it is Norman this week who makes the strangest turns, on a clear trajectory from his unsettling violence last week to ever-increasing weirdness. And, apparently, the past is not well-buried in White Pines for anyone. Hit the jump for more on what exactly is wrong with Norman.