Walt continues his treatment and is starting to feel better but is concerned at the growing medical bills. Jesse begins to re-establish himself paying off his debts and getting a new place to live. He's interested in the renter however, Jane Margolis who next door. Walt and Jesse soon rev up the RV and are cooking again. Jesse's not keen on selling the stuff on the street and suggests he and Walt take over Tuco's role as a distributor. Hank and the DEA have come across the name Heisenberg and aren't sure if he's real or just an urban legend. Hank is promoted and soon appointed to a tri-State drug task force. He may have health issues of his own however. Written by
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There is a notable amount of purple in the second half of this episode. During the garden lunch at Hank and Marie's house, the table is laid with purple dishes, napkins and glasses, and there is a purple pot in the background. In the kitchen there are several large purple bowls, and Marie is dressed in purple and red-violet. Later, Skyler is wearing all purple during a conversation with Walt. Finally, back at the Schrader household, the bed sheets and flowers beside the bed are lilac, there are lilac cushions on the couch, and Marie wears a purple robe. There is a wealth of symbolism associated with the color purple. Two possible intended meanings for this episode are penance (perhaps in reference to Walter's and Marie's lies and unlawful behavior) and royalty (which could be in reference to the toppling of the previous drug lord and the imminent rise of a new King). See more
When Skinny Pete, Badger, and Combo come over to Jesse's, the knocking sound continues after the person at the door, in silhouette, has stopped knocking. See more
...that leaves us with a total of two choices. We go into business with yet another homicidal lunatic... or you and I start - You selling whatever you can.
There's a third way.
And what would that be?
We got to be Tuco.
By Alvin 'Red' Tyler See more