Walt and Jesse are now in full production in the new lab and are easily producing the 200 lbs per week of meth, as agreed. In fact, they're producing a few pounds more than required and Jesse can't quite understand why they're just "giving it away". He decides to take advantage of the situation. Walt's brother-in-law Hank is still recovering in the hospital and Marie is at a loss about what to do when she learns that their health plan will not necessarily provide the quantity and the quality of physical therapy required for Hank to fully recover the use of his legs. Skyler proposes that she and Walt pay the bills and has an interesting story to tell about how they can afford it. As for Walt, he realizes that his life was in danger and that it was only Gus' intervention that saved him. Walt seeks assurance from Gus that his family's lives would be safe and options for extending the contract beyond 3 months are discussed.
Did You Know?
Although he appears, RJ Mitte
(Walter White, Jr.) has only one line in this episode. ("Man he got you good") See more
In his talk with Gus, Walter mentions the meth supply of the American South West across the border being cut off. In reality, one of the main points of having synthetic drugs in the first place is to avoid having to smuggle them across heavily patrolled borders but instead, synthesizing them directly inside the target country from freely available precursor materials. See more
What's the point of being an outlaw when you got responsibilities?
Referenced in Better Call Saul: Marco
Breaking Bad Main Title Theme
Written by Dave Porter
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