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Norma Bates ist eine fiktive Figur, die der amerikanische Autor Robert Bloch in seinem Thriller Psycho geschrieben hat. Sie ist die verstorbene Mutter und das Opfer des Serienmörders Norman Bates, der auf ihrer Grundlage eine mörderische. Norma Louise Bates ist die alleinerziehende Mutter des jährigen Norman Bates. Die sprunghafte. Norma Bates zieht nach dem Tod ihres Mannes mit ihrem jährigen Sohn Norman von Arizona nach White Pine Bay, Oregon, wo sie bei einer. Die Rede ist natürlich von Norma Bates, der Mutter des späteren Psycho-Killers Norman Bates. Die emotional-instabile Persönlichkeitsstörung vom Borderline-. Norma Bates, die unter einer Borderline-Persönlichkeitsstörung leidet, ist eine extrem kontrollierende und besitzergreifende Mutter, die ihren Sohn mit.

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Norma Louise Bates ist die alleinerziehende Mutter des jährigen Norman Bates. Die sprunghafte. Die Rede ist natürlich von Norma Bates, der Mutter des späteren Psycho-Killers Norman Bates. Die emotional-instabile Persönlichkeitsstörung vom Borderline-. Norma Bates ist eine fiktive Figur, die der amerikanische Autor Robert Bloch in seinem Thriller Psycho geschrieben hat. Sie ist die verstorbene Mutter und das Opfer des Serienmörders Norman Bates, der auf ihrer Grundlage eine mörderische. norma bates

Romero came to stay at the motel, and Norma nursed a cut on his eye. He told her that Nick is in the drug business, and later that one of the council's members, who she specifically disliked, was dead.

The Escape Artist. Norma stopped her business partnership with Nick. Christine convinced her that she should replace the late councilman Lee Berman on the council.

George helped her achieve this goal, telling her to focus less on the city facts and more on herself, the "best part".

Norma did a short interview with the mayor, and later found out that she was officially a member of the council. She then took Norman to get his driver's license, only for Emma to call her and inform her that Norman had experienced two blackouts recently.

Worried, Norma prevented Norman from getting his license by revealing this fact as it would be unsafe for him to black out while driving.

Norma drove Norman home, and he made her pull over to let him out. He angrily told her that he was walking home, and she accepted this.

Norma became very worried about Norman, and eventually tried to convince Cody not to tell the police about Norman's blackouts.

Norman was later released, and asked Norma about his blackouts. She told him not to ask her again. Presumed Innocent. Norman began to act "distant" from Norma due to being upset over her refusing to tell him about the blackouts.

Nick showed up at the motel and asked Norma to arrange a meeting between him and Dylan, so Norma visited Dylan at his office.

Dylan told her to stay away from Nick. Norma told Nick that she couldn't find Dylan. Norma later went to George's house, but left after admitting that she wasn't "educated or nice or anything".

At home, she argued with Norman about the blackouts, and he locked himself in his bedroom. Norma went to George's house.

Norma asked Dylan to do this; he was reluctant. Norma, under stress, later insulted George and kicked him out of her house.

As he drove away, she tried to make up for it, but he left anyway. Romero revealed to her that he found evidence connecting Norman to the Blaire Watson case.

Norma told him about the kidnapping, and he promised to find Norman. The Box. Norma was reunited with Norman after Dylan and Romero found and saved him.

Determined to leave White Pine Bay, she bought three tickets for a plane ride to Canada for herself, Norman, and Dylan.

When she told Dylan that she bought him a ticket, he was pleasantly surprised, and they embraced. Their conclusion was that Norman was innocent, because he saw a vision of Norma telling him that she did it.

The Immutable Truth. Noticing how Norman had been sleeping in the same bed as Norma, Dylan told her that it wasn't right as Norman was years old.

When she decided to set some boundaries, he acted coolly towards her. She received news that her mother has died and initially she didn't show emotion but then softened.

When she dropped Norman off at school, he refused to go in so she unbuckled his belt and forcefully pulled him out of the car. Norman ran home after hallucinating Miss Watson while in the school cafeteria so Norma decided to homeschool him.

That evening Norma gave out to him when she caught him spying on new guest Annika Johnson through an open bathroom window.

He later found her crying on her bed but she told him it was because of her mother. He got into the bed with her. A Death in the Family. When Norma noticed that Annika had failed to return home the previous evening, she suspected Norman had something to do with it but he denied it.

Emma later revealed that Norman was the last person with Annika as he offered to show her into town. She and Emma investigated Annika's vacant room and she found an invitation to the Arcanum Club.

That evening she posed as Annika in order to gain access but was turned away when she didn't know the password.

She snuck in over a wall and peered through a window, where she sees two men surrounded by naked women and realizes it's a gentlemen's club.

Sheriff Romero catches her and she tells him about Annika's disappearance and that Norman was the last person to see her. He told her to go home and while driving home she saw the sign for the bypass and mowed it down with her car.

The Arcanum Club. After a body was found in the marshes, Romero asked Norma to come to the morgue to identify the body.

She confirmed that it wasn't Annika's. She decided to go to a business course at a local community college, but entered a psychology class instead, where she met teacher James Finnigan, who offered her his future assistance.

When Norman became increasingly frustrated that she didn't trust him a hallucination of Norma told him to take a bath.

He did so hoping to recall the events before Annika's disappearance, nearly drowning himself in the process. Norma saved him, then locked up the motel as Annika arrived and stumbled into her arms, having sustained a fatal gunshot wound.

She gave Norma a USB drive and told her to use it for her and Norman before she succumbed to her injury.

Norma was adamant to learn what was on the flash drive but it was password protected. She asked Dylan to help with the encryption, which led to Norman becoming paranoid about their secrecy.

When he told her that he and Emma were going on a picnic she told him that he couldn't have sex with Emma due to her ailing condition.

When Emma learned this she was furious. While driving on the open road, she was forced off it into a field by Bob Paris' man, who told her she had something that belonged to Paris.

Her car was sent away for repair. Dylan was contacted by the hospital and collected her, but was surprised when she didn't mention Caleb.

She went to lunch with James Finnigan and he gave her his card, telling her to contact him any time she needed to talk.

Dylan later told her that he had discovered what was on the flash drive and she went to Romero, asking if she could trust him.

She agreed to meet with Bob Paris but struck a deal with him about the bypass in exchange for the flash drive. When she returned home, Dylan and Norman wanted to talk to her.

Dylan admitted that Caleb was back in town, staying at his cabin and was truly sorry for what he did to her. Norma stormed upstairs, packed her suitcase and grabbed a gun.

She ran out of the house, got in her car and told Dylan to take care of his brother, before driving off. The Deal. Driving on the open road with tears in her eyes, Norma received several texts and missed calls from Dylan, who told her that Norman was freaking out and he needed her to come home.

Norma drove to Portland where she went into a boutique to purchase new clothes, acting rudely to a shop assistant. She also traded in her car for a newer model and booked a room at a motel.

She had a recollection of being a child and hiding under the porch of her house while her parents fought and Caleb confronted her.

She headed to a bar where she was chatted up by a young man and said she had run out on her wedding.

They danced together and then went out to his truck, where he attempted to assault her before she spat in his face and escaped.

She decided to phone James Finnigan to ask if she could visit him for a chat. When she arrived, he gave her some tea and toast and she soon told him about Norman and parts of her past.

Realizing she may have said too much, she tried to leave but James grabbed her and brought her upstairs to his room.

She tried to kiss him and he told her he could lose his job. She kissed him again and he didn't hold back. The following morning, he awoke to find her dressing and she said she had to go home and be a mother.

When she returned home, she woke Dylan and Norman up and told them she was going to see Caleb. When they arrived at Dylan's cabin, Norma approached Caleb's van and turned to leave when she saw him, but he broke down in front of her, apologizing for how he treated her and she hugged him back and cried.

Norma Louise. Norman accompanied Norma while she collected her cellphone. When they returned home, Norma found Romero waiting for her and he told her he needed the flash drive.

She later collected him from outside a bar and brought him back to the motel, where she put him in bed in one of the rooms.

James Finngan called to the house asking to meet Norman, so Norma brought him down to the basement and introduced them. Norman asked for them to be left alone so Norma went back upstairs.

Norma went down to the basement to comfort Norman. As she prepared dinner, Dylan told her about Norman making breakfast while dressed in her nightgown and said that he needed help.

When she went outside for some herbs, she saw Caleb, who brought her some flowers. She invited him inside for dinner and asked Romero to join them as well.

Later that night as she slept, Norman entered her room and caressed her thigh. The Last Supper. The following morning, Dylan told Norma that he would return to the farm to work on the barn, but still wanted to discuss Norman with her.

Norma went into Norman's room to talk to him but he said he had to go down to the motel office to help Emma. They were interrupted by noise from outside and when they went to look, they saw construction workers digging.

When Norma went outside to confront them, they told her they were installing the pool she requested.

She was absolutely delighted when Romero arrived with her old car, which he bought back, and she kissed him before running up to the house to tell Norman.

Norman later found Norma in her room and confessed that he may be sexually attracted to her, but Norma said that what he was feeling was completely normal for someone his age and they embraced each other.

Romero confronted her about how her late husband Sam died, but she told him that he had died in an accident in their garage. Not believing her, he said goodbye and walked away.

After trying to talk to James Finnigan, who had been badly beaten up by Bob Paris and his men, Norma confessed to Norman that she had told James about him killing his father and said that he was killing her as well, which infuriated Norman.

The Pit. Norma decided to visit Bob Paris at home and said that she would hand over the flash drive. She pleaded with him not to say anything about Norman but he told her to talk to Romero.

She went to the police station but Romero wasn't willing to hand over the flash drive and Norma said that she thought she could trust him.

Norman returned home to find her in the basement clearing away his taxidermy and tools and questioned her. She told him she didn't want the investigation into his father's death to be re-opened and that it would look bad if his taxidermy tools were found lying about.

He grabbed his knives and shouted at her, before she told him to go to his room and stay there. That evening, when Romero returned home he found Norma in his ransacked house and she said that she didn't want Norman to be taken from her.

Romero told her he had handed the flash drive over to the DEA and it led to a struggle between them in which Norma slapped him across the face and he pushed her up against the wall before she started crying.

He attempted to get the truth again about Sam Bates' death but Norma stuck to her story that she had killed him with the blender in self defense.

She told Romero not to touch her and left. She went home and started shoveling dirt into the pit before breaking down. Caleb arrived and told her about the time that Norman found him at the motel and in Norma's persona told him that he had raped her.

He said that Norman would end up hurting someone and didn't want it to be her. The following morning, when Dylan returned to the house he found a guitar on the coffee table and asked where it came from.

Norma told him that Caleb had dropped it off and was leaving town. She also said that she had an appointment with a mental facilityso that Norman could get help, and checked in on a sleeping Norman before she left.

While visiting, she asked the co-ordinator Vicki Monroe how often she could visit Norman and was told she could do so whenever she wanted.

After returning home, Norman greeted her and she asked if they could talk. She told him where she had been and that she was worried about him.

He felt that she didn't care about him any more and stormed up to his room. While closing up the motel office that evening, Romero dropped by and attempted to make amends.

Norma said that she didn't want Norman to be taken away from her. When she went upstairs to check on Norman, she saw that he was trying to conseal a suitcase under his bed.

He refused to be committed to the mental facilty and told Norma he loved her, but that Bradley was waiting for him.

They argued on the stairs and when Norma tried to pull the suitcase away from him, she tumbled down the stairs with it.

Norman gathered his belongings but Norma managed to rouse and knocked him out with a doorstop. She dragged him down to the basement and tied his hands and legs up.

Going back upstairs, she locked the door and phoned Dylan for help. When he arrived, she told him Norman was in the basement tied up but when they went to investigate, he had escaped via a small window.

Norma said that he was talking nonsense about Bradley being alive and Dylan admitted that she had faked her death.

After Norma learned that Norman was in a psychiatric until in Willamette County, she headed there and met a doctor who was concerned that Norman was dangerous and should be kept in for hour evaluation also telling her that since she failed to get help for her son she could be seen as neglectful.

Desperate, Norma went to the Pineview Institute in the hope of getting Norman admitted but learned there was a long waiting list.

As she was leaving, she met the resident doctor Gregg Edwards and he gave her his card. When she took Norman home, he made her promise not to send him back to a psychiatric hospital and told her about the "dream" where she killed Bradley Martin.

The following morning, she phoned Romero and paid him a visit, asking him to marry her since he had insurance and she didn't, but he turned her down.

A Danger to Himself and Others. Norma phoned Gregg Edwards with a request to have him see Norman and told Norman that he had another blackout before falling asleep.

Norman questioned her about locking him in her room but she reassured him there was nothing going on. Over breakfast, he questioned what she was up to but she wouldn't say anything.

When Romero called to the house, Norma told him she was desperate to get Norman into Pineview and he believed she was scared to be alone in the house with Norman.

Romero managed to get Norman admitted and agreed to marry Norma, telling her the consent forms were being faxed to her. However, they were sent at the same time Norman was checking new guests into the motel and he discovered the forms.

This caused him to flip completely and he accused her of killing Audrey Decody and moving the body from the freezer.

He chased her through the house and as he held a gun in his hand, she tried to get him to drop it but he pushed her away and she barricaded herself in Dylan's room and phoned Romero for help.

A few hours later, checking if the coast was clear, she headed downstairs, grabbed a scissors from a drawer and found the laptop on playing a DVD.

When she called for Norman, she got no answer and eventually found him in the basement where he tackled her about the consent forms.

Romero arrived and proceeded to take him away, but Norma finally got him to sign the consent forms.

Goodnight, Mother. Norma and Romero married at City Hall and at first she was reluctant to let him move in, but he said they had to act like a married couple as word would soon get out.

She also attempted to see Norman but wastold there was a hour waiting period. Romero suggested going out for dinner and they chatted about past relationships.

Norma ended up getting tipsy and when they got home, he carried her up to bed and said goodnight, joking referring to her as "Mrs.

Romero" but she said she was keeping her own name. She eventually told Dylan she had married Romero and Dylan told her she was doing the right thing having Norman committed.

Later when Norma visited Pineview, Dr. Edwards permitted her to see Norman but their reunion did not go well as he was cold and distant, telling her he would never forgive her.

A dejected Norma returned home and as Romero comforted her, they kissed. She said it was what she wanted and he carried her upstairs.

As Norma and Romero cleaned up after the break in, Norma wondered who would break in as she kept a low profile and thought Bob Paris had something to do with it, but Romero reassured her that it wasn't him, saying that he was still being blamed for the clampdown on the drugs in the town.

She went to a hardware store to enquire about fixing a window and was followed by Chick. When Chick showed up at the house claiming to be from the hardware store, Norma was suspicious of him because of his injuries but let him in.

They examined the window and he said that he could draw a few ideas. Later that evening, he returned to the motel and mentioned that Dylan was his neighbor and also mentioned Caleb, who Norma said was her brother.

Feeling uneasy, she excused herself and went up to the house. After Romero arrived home, Norma told him she had found an artisan and asked him if he killed Bob Paris.

Romero didn't answer but the look on his face said it all. When she asked why, he told her he had to. The following morning, Chick arrived at the house but his attitude had changed as he told Norma that he was looking for Caleb since he left town with his wife and child and he knew that Dylan was the result of Caleb raping her.

He told her to have a think about what he said and asked if she wanted revenge against her brother.

Still concerned about Chick's threats, Norma attempted to get in contact with Caleb but found that his number had been disconnected.

When Dylan returned from visiting Norman, he informed her that he would be leaving town in a few days. She ended up having a tense meeting at a diner with Chick and finally managed to contact Caleb and told him how upset Dylan was when he left town.

Before she hung up, Caleb told her that he loved her but she couldn't bring herself to say the same to him. That evening when she met Chick on a bridge she attempted to shoot him but found that she couldn't.

She returned home in a bad mood and shouted at Dylan. She had cooled off by the time Romero returned but wasn't pleased when Chick arrived with the repaired window.

She told him to go ahead and do his worst as she wouldn't back down. He left without a fight and a confused Romero asked what was going on so she told him everything about her past.

She then told him to pack a bag and he asked where they were going. The Vault. After having sex with Romero, Norma decided to make some home improvements and he gave her the bag of Bob Paris' money, telling her to use it on the house.

When Norman phoned, he didn't let on that he knew she and Romero were married and told her that he was coming home.

Later when Dylan found her in Norman's room sewing some new drapes, he tackled her as to why Norman had Emma's rabbit toy in his room along with Audrey's letter.

However, Norma refused to admit that Norman was dangerous. When she visited Pineview, her reunion with Norman didn't go well as he was very distant with her.

He asked her if it was her husband's idea to keep him there and showed her the newspaper clipping he had found of the two of them together.

She attempted to cover her tracks by saying the marriage was just for show so he told her to prove it by allowing him to come home.

As she arrived home, she informed Romero that Norman would be coming home and he wasn't happy. The following day she collected her son from Pineview and brought him home.

There's No Place Like Home. He finds some hope for redemption when he meets and falls in love with a young woman named Maureen Coyle Diana Scarwid , but "Mother" eventually wins out and kills her.

Tracy finds Norman and tells him the truth about his parentage, and Norman destroys Mrs. Spool's corpse, attempting to break free of "Mother"'s control.

He is arrested and sent back to the institution, but proclaims that he is finally free. The fourth and final film in the series, retcons the revelations of the second and third film, supplying that Norman's father was stung to death by bees, removing all references to Emma Spool and retelling much of Norman's and his mother's past from the original film.

It is implied in the film that Mrs. Bates suffered from schizophrenia and narcissistic personality disorder , which Norman inherits.

Norman has been released from the institution and is now married. When Norman finds out that his wife, Connie Donna Mitchell , is pregnant, he decides to kill her to prevent another of his "cursed" line from entering the world.

He relents after his wife professes her love for him, however, and decides to rid himself of the past once and for all by burning down his mother's house.

During this act, he sees visions of his mother mocking and tormenting him, but perseveres and destroys the house.

At the end of the film, he is finally free of his mother's voice, which demands to be let out. A crying baby is heard, signifying the birth of Norman's child and his freedom.

The television spin-off movie and series pilot changes the backstory between Norman Bates' parents here named Jake and Gloria Bates prior to the events of Psycho.

In this continuity, Mrs. Bates killed her husband because she thought he was cheating on her. She then lost her mind and spent all her time staring out her bedroom window, wearing black funeral clothes while waiting for him to return.

Twenty-seven years after the events of the original film, Norman Kurt Paul dies of old age in the asylum, leaving his motel and house to his friend and fellow inmate, Alex West Bud Cort.

Alex comes to believe that the motel is haunted by Mrs. Bates' ghost. He eventually discovers that the "haunting" is a ruse perpetrated by bank manager Tom Fuller Gregg Henry , who is trying to scare Alex into selling him the motel so he can renovate it.

Norma is portrayed in the series by Vera Farmiga. This, along with several other traumas Norman suffered as a child, results in his developing an alternate personality, "Mother", who kills anyone whom she believes poses a threat to him or gets in the way of their relationship.

On the show, Norma's middle name is Louise. The vehicle is later inherited by Norman who takes over ownership of the car in the final season after her death.

The motel's former owner, Keith Summers W. Earl Brown breaks into the Bates' house and rapes Norma. Norman intervenes and subdues Summers, but Norma kills him in a fit of rage.

She and Norman then dispose of the body. In this continuity, Norma has another son, Dylan Massett Max Thieriot , who was conceived when she was raped as a teenager by her older brother, Caleb Calhoun Kenny Johnson.

When Norman's sanity begins to deteriorate, Norma marries the town sheriff, Alex Romero Nestor Carbonell , so she can use his insurance coverage to pay for Norman to be treated in a mental institution.

Romero arrives at the house in time to revive Norman, but finds that Norma is already dead. Meanwhile, Norman cannot bear losing his mother, so he digs up her corpse and assumes her personality to preserve the illusion of her being alive.

Two years later, Norman is running the motel and living alone in the house with Norma's corpse, which he keeps frozen and preserved in the cellar.

Romero, who is in prison for perjury, sends a hitman to kill Norman, but "Mother" takes control and kills the assassin.

When Sam's mistress Marion Crane Rihanna checks into the motel, Norman fears that "Mother" will kill her, and tells her to leave and never come back.

Sam soon arrives at the motel looking for Marion, and "Mother" convinces Norman to stab him to death in the shower. Dylan comes to see Norman after learning of Norma's death, and they get into a fight that ends with Norman assaulting his half-brother at "Mother"'s instigation.

Terrified of what he might do, Norman calls and confesses to murdering Sam. When Romero - who had earlier escaped from prison - takes Norman captive, [20] "Mother" urges Norman to kill him, but not before he confronts Norman with the reality that he killed his mother.

After Norman finally admits to himself that he killed Norma, "Mother" appears to him and tells him she is leaving, as there is no longer anything she can protect him from.

When Dylan tells Norman that Norma is dead, Norman attacks him, forcing Dylan to shoot him in self-defense. As he dies, Norman sees a vision of his mother embracing him.

Norma Bates is the fictional counterpart to Augusta Gein, murderer Ed Gein 's mother; a domineering, fanatical woman who preached to her sons about the innate immorality of the world and her belief that all women apart from herself were whores and instruments of the devil.

Norma is not strictly a character in the novel by Bloch, and her presence is indicated only as a voice and a corpse in the first three Psycho films.

For Psycho , Alfred Hitchcock hired six uncredited people to play the mother. The voices were thoroughly mixed, except for the last speech, which is all Gregg's.

Olivia Hussey was directly offered the role. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bates Motel TV series.

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Nagroda Laurela. Bates Motel film, Bates Motel serial, Lata At the end of the film, he is finally free of his mother's voice, which demands to be let out.

A crying baby is heard, signifying the birth of Norman's child and his freedom. The television spin-off movie and series pilot changes the backstory between Norman Bates' parents here named Jake and Gloria Bates prior to the events of Psycho.

In this continuity, Mrs. Bates killed her husband because she thought he was cheating on her.

She then lost her mind and spent all her time staring out her bedroom window, wearing black funeral clothes while waiting for him to return.

Twenty-seven years after the events of the original film, Norman Kurt Paul dies of old age in the asylum, leaving his motel and house to his friend and fellow inmate, Alex West Bud Cort.

Alex comes to believe that the motel is haunted by Mrs. Bates' ghost. He eventually discovers that the "haunting" is a ruse perpetrated by bank manager Tom Fuller Gregg Henry , who is trying to scare Alex into selling him the motel so he can renovate it.

Norma is portrayed in the series by Vera Farmiga. This, along with several other traumas Norman suffered as a child, results in his developing an alternate personality, "Mother", who kills anyone whom she believes poses a threat to him or gets in the way of their relationship.

On the show, Norma's middle name is Louise. The vehicle is later inherited by Norman who takes over ownership of the car in the final season after her death.

The motel's former owner, Keith Summers W. Earl Brown breaks into the Bates' house and rapes Norma.

Norman intervenes and subdues Summers, but Norma kills him in a fit of rage. She and Norman then dispose of the body.

In this continuity, Norma has another son, Dylan Massett Max Thieriot , who was conceived when she was raped as a teenager by her older brother, Caleb Calhoun Kenny Johnson.

When Norman's sanity begins to deteriorate, Norma marries the town sheriff, Alex Romero Nestor Carbonell , so she can use his insurance coverage to pay for Norman to be treated in a mental institution.

Romero arrives at the house in time to revive Norman, but finds that Norma is already dead. Meanwhile, Norman cannot bear losing his mother, so he digs up her corpse and assumes her personality to preserve the illusion of her being alive.

Two years later, Norman is running the motel and living alone in the house with Norma's corpse, which he keeps frozen and preserved in the cellar.

Romero, who is in prison for perjury, sends a hitman to kill Norman, but "Mother" takes control and kills the assassin.

When Sam's mistress Marion Crane Rihanna checks into the motel, Norman fears that "Mother" will kill her, and tells her to leave and never come back.

Sam soon arrives at the motel looking for Marion, and "Mother" convinces Norman to stab him to death in the shower. Dylan comes to see Norman after learning of Norma's death, and they get into a fight that ends with Norman assaulting his half-brother at "Mother"'s instigation.

Terrified of what he might do, Norman calls and confesses to murdering Sam. When Romero - who had earlier escaped from prison - takes Norman captive, [20] "Mother" urges Norman to kill him, but not before he confronts Norman with the reality that he killed his mother.

After Norman finally admits to himself that he killed Norma, "Mother" appears to him and tells him she is leaving, as there is no longer anything she can protect him from.

When Dylan tells Norman that Norma is dead, Norman attacks him, forcing Dylan to shoot him in self-defense.

As he dies, Norman sees a vision of his mother embracing him. Norma Bates is the fictional counterpart to Augusta Gein, murderer Ed Gein 's mother; a domineering, fanatical woman who preached to her sons about the innate immorality of the world and her belief that all women apart from herself were whores and instruments of the devil.

Norma is not strictly a character in the novel by Bloch, and her presence is indicated only as a voice and a corpse in the first three Psycho films.

For Psycho , Alfred Hitchcock hired six uncredited people to play the mother. The voices were thoroughly mixed, except for the last speech, which is all Gregg's.

Olivia Hussey was directly offered the role. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bates Motel TV series. Season 1. Episode 4. April 8, Season 2.

Episode 3. March 17, March 24, Episode May 20, Episode 1. That evening Norma gave out to him when she caught him spying on new guest Annika Johnson through an open bathroom window.

He later found her crying on her bed but she told him it was because of her mother. He got into the bed with her.

A Death in the Family. When Norma noticed that Annika had failed to return home the previous evening, she suspected Norman had something to do with it but he denied it.

Emma later revealed that Norman was the last person with Annika as he offered to show her into town.

She and Emma investigated Annika's vacant room and she found an invitation to the Arcanum Club. That evening she posed as Annika in order to gain access but was turned away when she didn't know the password.

She snuck in over a wall and peered through a window, where she sees two men surrounded by naked women and realizes it's a gentlemen's club.

Sheriff Romero catches her and she tells him about Annika's disappearance and that Norman was the last person to see her. He told her to go home and while driving home she saw the sign for the bypass and mowed it down with her car.

The Arcanum Club. After a body was found in the marshes, Romero asked Norma to come to the morgue to identify the body.

She confirmed that it wasn't Annika's. She decided to go to a business course at a local community college, but entered a psychology class instead, where she met teacher James Finnigan, who offered her his future assistance.

When Norman became increasingly frustrated that she didn't trust him a hallucination of Norma told him to take a bath. He did so hoping to recall the events before Annika's disappearance, nearly drowning himself in the process.

Norma saved him, then locked up the motel as Annika arrived and stumbled into her arms, having sustained a fatal gunshot wound.

She gave Norma a USB drive and told her to use it for her and Norman before she succumbed to her injury. Norma was adamant to learn what was on the flash drive but it was password protected.

She asked Dylan to help with the encryption, which led to Norman becoming paranoid about their secrecy.

When he told her that he and Emma were going on a picnic she told him that he couldn't have sex with Emma due to her ailing condition.

When Emma learned this she was furious. While driving on the open road, she was forced off it into a field by Bob Paris' man, who told her she had something that belonged to Paris.

Her car was sent away for repair. Dylan was contacted by the hospital and collected her, but was surprised when she didn't mention Caleb. She went to lunch with James Finnigan and he gave her his card, telling her to contact him any time she needed to talk.

Dylan later told her that he had discovered what was on the flash drive and she went to Romero, asking if she could trust him.

She agreed to meet with Bob Paris but struck a deal with him about the bypass in exchange for the flash drive. When she returned home, Dylan and Norman wanted to talk to her.

Dylan admitted that Caleb was back in town, staying at his cabin and was truly sorry for what he did to her. Norma stormed upstairs, packed her suitcase and grabbed a gun.

She ran out of the house, got in her car and told Dylan to take care of his brother, before driving off.

The Deal. Driving on the open road with tears in her eyes, Norma received several texts and missed calls from Dylan, who told her that Norman was freaking out and he needed her to come home.

Norma drove to Portland where she went into a boutique to purchase new clothes, acting rudely to a shop assistant.

She also traded in her car for a newer model and booked a room at a motel. She had a recollection of being a child and hiding under the porch of her house while her parents fought and Caleb confronted her.

She headed to a bar where she was chatted up by a young man and said she had run out on her wedding.

They danced together and then went out to his truck, where he attempted to assault her before she spat in his face and escaped.

She decided to phone James Finnigan to ask if she could visit him for a chat. When she arrived, he gave her some tea and toast and she soon told him about Norman and parts of her past.

Realizing she may have said too much, she tried to leave but James grabbed her and brought her upstairs to his room.

She tried to kiss him and he told her he could lose his job. She kissed him again and he didn't hold back. The following morning, he awoke to find her dressing and she said she had to go home and be a mother.

When she returned home, she woke Dylan and Norman up and told them she was going to see Caleb. When they arrived at Dylan's cabin, Norma approached Caleb's van and turned to leave when she saw him, but he broke down in front of her, apologizing for how he treated her and she hugged him back and cried.

Norma Louise. Norman accompanied Norma while she collected her cellphone. When they returned home, Norma found Romero waiting for her and he told her he needed the flash drive.

She later collected him from outside a bar and brought him back to the motel, where she put him in bed in one of the rooms. James Finngan called to the house asking to meet Norman, so Norma brought him down to the basement and introduced them.

Norman asked for them to be left alone so Norma went back upstairs. Norma went down to the basement to comfort Norman. As she prepared dinner, Dylan told her about Norman making breakfast while dressed in her nightgown and said that he needed help.

When she went outside for some herbs, she saw Caleb, who brought her some flowers. She invited him inside for dinner and asked Romero to join them as well.

Later that night as she slept, Norman entered her room and caressed her thigh. The Last Supper. The following morning, Dylan told Norma that he would return to the farm to work on the barn, but still wanted to discuss Norman with her.

Norma went into Norman's room to talk to him but he said he had to go down to the motel office to help Emma. They were interrupted by noise from outside and when they went to look, they saw construction workers digging.

When Norma went outside to confront them, they told her they were installing the pool she requested. She was absolutely delighted when Romero arrived with her old car, which he bought back, and she kissed him before running up to the house to tell Norman.

Norman later found Norma in her room and confessed that he may be sexually attracted to her, but Norma said that what he was feeling was completely normal for someone his age and they embraced each other.

Romero confronted her about how her late husband Sam died, but she told him that he had died in an accident in their garage.

Not believing her, he said goodbye and walked away. After trying to talk to James Finnigan, who had been badly beaten up by Bob Paris and his men, Norma confessed to Norman that she had told James about him killing his father and said that he was killing her as well, which infuriated Norman.

The Pit. Norma decided to visit Bob Paris at home and said that she would hand over the flash drive.

She pleaded with him not to say anything about Norman but he told her to talk to Romero. She went to the police station but Romero wasn't willing to hand over the flash drive and Norma said that she thought she could trust him.

Norman returned home to find her in the basement clearing away his taxidermy and tools and questioned her. She told him she didn't want the investigation into his father's death to be re-opened and that it would look bad if his taxidermy tools were found lying about.

He grabbed his knives and shouted at her, before she told him to go to his room and stay there.

That evening, when Romero returned home he found Norma in his ransacked house and she said that she didn't want Norman to be taken from her.

Romero told her he had handed the flash drive over to the DEA and it led to a struggle between them in which Norma slapped him across the face and he pushed her up against the wall before she started crying.

He attempted to get the truth again about Sam Bates' death but Norma stuck to her story that she had killed him with the blender in self defense.

She told Romero not to touch her and left. She went home and started shoveling dirt into the pit before breaking down. Caleb arrived and told her about the time that Norman found him at the motel and in Norma's persona told him that he had raped her.

He said that Norman would end up hurting someone and didn't want it to be her. The following morning, when Dylan returned to the house he found a guitar on the coffee table and asked where it came from.

Norma told him that Caleb had dropped it off and was leaving town. She also said that she had an appointment with a mental facilityso that Norman could get help, and checked in on a sleeping Norman before she left.

While visiting, she asked the co-ordinator Vicki Monroe how often she could visit Norman and was told she could do so whenever she wanted.

After returning home, Norman greeted her and she asked if they could talk. She told him where she had been and that she was worried about him.

He felt that she didn't care about him any more and stormed up to his room. While closing up the motel office that evening, Romero dropped by and attempted to make amends.

Norma said that she didn't want Norman to be taken away from her. When she went upstairs to check on Norman, she saw that he was trying to conseal a suitcase under his bed.

He refused to be committed to the mental facilty and told Norma he loved her, but that Bradley was waiting for him. They argued on the stairs and when Norma tried to pull the suitcase away from him, she tumbled down the stairs with it.

Norman gathered his belongings but Norma managed to rouse and knocked him out with a doorstop. She dragged him down to the basement and tied his hands and legs up.

Going back upstairs, she locked the door and phoned Dylan for help. When he arrived, she told him Norman was in the basement tied up but when they went to investigate, he had escaped via a small window.

Norma said that he was talking nonsense about Bradley being alive and Dylan admitted that she had faked her death. After Norma learned that Norman was in a psychiatric until in Willamette County, she headed there and met a doctor who was concerned that Norman was dangerous and should be kept in for hour evaluation also telling her that since she failed to get help for her son she could be seen as neglectful.

Desperate, Norma went to the Pineview Institute in the hope of getting Norman admitted but learned there was a long waiting list.

As she was leaving, she met the resident doctor Gregg Edwards and he gave her his card. When she took Norman home, he made her promise not to send him back to a psychiatric hospital and told her about the "dream" where she killed Bradley Martin.

The following morning, she phoned Romero and paid him a visit, asking him to marry her since he had insurance and she didn't, but he turned her down.

A Danger to Himself and Others. Norma phoned Gregg Edwards with a request to have him see Norman and told Norman that he had another blackout before falling asleep.

Norman questioned her about locking him in her room but she reassured him there was nothing going on. Over breakfast, he questioned what she was up to but she wouldn't say anything.

When Romero called to the house, Norma told him she was desperate to get Norman into Pineview and he believed she was scared to be alone in the house with Norman.

Romero managed to get Norman admitted and agreed to marry Norma, telling her the consent forms were being faxed to her.

However, they were sent at the same time Norman was checking new guests into the motel and he discovered the forms. This caused him to flip completely and he accused her of killing Audrey Decody and moving the body from the freezer.

He chased her through the house and as he held a gun in his hand, she tried to get him to drop it but he pushed her away and she barricaded herself in Dylan's room and phoned Romero for help.

A few hours later, checking if the coast was clear, she headed downstairs, grabbed a scissors from a drawer and found the laptop on playing a DVD.

When she called for Norman, she got no answer and eventually found him in the basement where he tackled her about the consent forms. Romero arrived and proceeded to take him away, but Norma finally got him to sign the consent forms.

Goodnight, Mother. Norma and Romero married at City Hall and at first she was reluctant to let him move in, but he said they had to act like a married couple as word would soon get out.

She also attempted to see Norman but wastold there was a hour waiting period. Romero suggested going out for dinner and they chatted about past relationships.

Norma ended up getting tipsy and when they got home, he carried her up to bed and said goodnight, joking referring to her as "Mrs.

Romero" but she said she was keeping her own name. She eventually told Dylan she had married Romero and Dylan told her she was doing the right thing having Norman committed.

Later when Norma visited Pineview, Dr. Edwards permitted her to see Norman but their reunion did not go well as he was cold and distant, telling her he would never forgive her.

A dejected Norma returned home and as Romero comforted her, they kissed. She said it was what she wanted and he carried her upstairs.

As Norma and Romero cleaned up after the break in, Norma wondered who would break in as she kept a low profile and thought Bob Paris had something to do with it, but Romero reassured her that it wasn't him, saying that he was still being blamed for the clampdown on the drugs in the town.

She went to a hardware store to enquire about fixing a window and was followed by Chick. When Chick showed up at the house claiming to be from the hardware store, Norma was suspicious of him because of his injuries but let him in.

They examined the window and he said that he could draw a few ideas.

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