Skyler finds a way to pressure the car-wash owner into selling, while Marie goes on a series of visits to realtors' open houses. Her antics get her in trouble, and Hank has to pull a few strings. One of his cop friends helps Marie out and, in turn, asks Hank to look at a notebook found at the scene of a murder. Meanwhile, Jesse's round-the-clock open houseparty brings no mirth. Written by
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When Skyler is negotiating with Bogdan to purchase the car wash for $79,000 less than her original offer, Walter asks "$79,000?! Skyler, do you know how much money I make in a day?"
Walter's original deal with Gus was for $3,000,000 for 3 months work (though after he brings Jesse on board and agree to split 50/50 with him, Walter is earning $1,500,000 for 3 months work) Walter is making $16,666.67 per day at this original deal, and negotiating down $79,000 is equivalent to about 4 and a half days worth of work.
If we assume Gus still honors his second offer to Walter of $15 million per year to his family, then he is earning $41,095.89 per day, and negotiating down $79,000 is equivalent to about 2 days worth of work. See more
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References The Godfather