With the DEA now aware of the threat against Hank, Skyler and the children move into protective custody. Walt refuses to do so, barricading himself in his house determined to face whatever fate now awaits him. Jesse again refuses to let Gus get rid of Walt, even after the DEA visits the laundry to have a look around. When his girlfriend's son, Brock, falls seriously ill he realizes that the poison Walt had given him is missing. He goes berserk assuming Walt is responsible but Walt has a different explanation for him. With Jesse maintaining a vigil at the hospital and refusing to cook in the lab, Walt has a plan to deal with Gus. Written by
Did You Know?
To counteract arsnic poisoning, Dimercaprol and dimercaptosuccinic acid are chelating agents that sequester the arsenic away from blood proteins and are used in treating acute arsenic poisoning. See more
In the episode when they first introduced the superlab, it was established there was purposely no cell phone reception in there. (Of course Gus Fring could since have had the cell phone jammer removed, but why would he have? At this point, he trusts Walt less than before.) See more
I have lived under the threat of death for a year now. And because of that, I have made choices. Listen to me. I alone should suffer the consequences of those choices, no one else. And those consequences, they're coming. No more prolonging the inevitable.
We Are Born When We Die
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