Jesse, Gus, and Mike fly to Mexico where Jesse will cook a batch of crystal meth for Don Eladio's skeptical team. If Jesse succeeds, then what? Walter is recovering from a beating and misses his son's 16th birthday; Walter Jr. comes to his dad's place to find out what's wrong. Skyler discovers that Ted Beneke is not using an anonymous windfall to repay the IRS; she calls on Ted. By the end, we're back poolside at Don Eladio's villa where they toast each other's health with well-aged tequila.
Did You Know?
Salud means health in Spanish, but is also what Mexicans say when you are doing a toast. See more
Walter talks to his son Walter Jr. about his father who had Huntington's disease. This is a genetically transmitted serious neurological disorder that manifests itself in half of the offspring. He tells his son that as a kid (his father dies when he was 6 years old) he had "all sorts of tests" and was declared OK. This must have been in the sixties when there was no test available. Even in the earliest stage well into adulthood even meticulous neurological examination was often inconclusive. In a kid it would be impossible to state whether it would get the disease later on in life. The first genetic test came available in 1993 when a "Huntington-gene" was discovered. See more
[to Skyler, about Ted
You and I don't wear the same rose-coloured glasses where Johnny Fabulous is concerned.
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