Flash ahead to Walter's 52nd birthday: he's at a Denny's, disheveled, hair and beard unkempt, using a false name and a New Hampshire driver's license, paying a guy for a car with weapons in the trunk. Back to the immediate aftermath of Gus's death: Skyler is dazed at Walt's murderous success, Walt and Jesse make peace, and Hank visits the burned-out lab. Walt remembers the surveillance cameras Gus used at the lab, so they turn to an angry Mike for help. Can they get rid of the digital evidence in police custody? Is hubris going to trip up Walt? Written by
Did You Know?
At the start of the episode, Walt breaks his bacon into pieces and makes it into 52, referring to his age. In the pilot episode, his wife Skyler made his veggie bacon into a 50, where he turned 50. See more
Wiring another set of 21 batteries in parallel would cut the internal resistance of the battery array by half, but it would not double the amperage, as Walt seems to believe. It would increase the current and power a little bit (because the internal resistance is lower, the battery voltage would be a little higher under full load). It would be much more effective to increase the voltage by adding a few batteries In series with the existing 21. But, just a few, otherwise the magnet could be blown out. Standard salvage yard magnets are 250vDC (and 50 amps or so), so they got that right. See more
Keys, scumbag. It's the universal symbol for keys.
References Breaking Bad: Salud
Running Through Me
Written by Frank Shelly, Ian West
Performed by Frank Shelly, Ian West See more