Walt and Skyler have decided to use gambling to explain how Walt has made all of his money. It's not to be a happy story and Skyler insists that Walt admit to a gambling addiction and express deep shame for what he has done. At dinner with Marie and Hank Schrader, they tell their rehearsed story. Hank has a story for Walt however, one of a dead wannabee singer who had lab notes describing a super-processing meth lab. Hank is convinced the dead man is Heisenberg, the drug manufacturer he has been looking for for over a year. Walt tries to warn Jesse and is appalled at his living conditions. Jesse couldn't care less and when Mike gets wind of his attitude, Jesse is taken for a ride into the desert.
Did You Know?
Hank shows Walt and Junior a karaoke video of a song sung by the recently passed Gale Boetticher character in this episode. The full music video is accessible on the Season 4 DVD bonus features. See more
Where is the "I slept with my boss" bullet point? I can't seem to find that anywhere.
Bryan Cranston is credited both as an actor and a producer. For his actor credits (Br) is highlighted and for his producer credits (Y) is highlighted for chemical elements Bromine and Yttrium from periodic table. See more
References Reservoir Dogs
Major Tom (Coming Home)
written by Peter Schilling
performed by David Costabile See more