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Title "Bullet Points"
Season 4
Index Season 4 Subtitles

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​1
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You want me to open the doors?

2
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Here. The keys. Take them.

3
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Why you talking?

4
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No! No, no, no--

5
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Gambling destroyed my life.

6
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Me, my family, everything I loved.

7
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It was like a robbery,
only I was the thief.

8
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It's amazing the stories you tell
yourself to justify it.

9
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The lies that lead you
to just one more hand, one more spin...

10
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...one more roll of the dice.

11
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This is our deal, okay? Marie, no.

12
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You guys are not lifting a finger.
I mean it.

13
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Yeah, we're bringing everything. So--
This is not up for debate, okay?

14
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Great.

15
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Sweetie, don't worry. We're not
gonna say one word about the bills.

16
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We just wanna bring everyone
up to speed.

17
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All right, I'll see you soon. Bye.

18
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So ...

19
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Tonight's the night. No turning back.

20
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Well ...

21
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Okay. Let's do this.

22
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Okay. So first, I assign point values.

23
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Correlate to the effect of removal.

24
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- You're gonna split the eights?
- Skyler, please.

25
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Now, the mathematical principle
known as the Kelly Criterion...

26
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...upon which I devised
my own strategy--

27
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Not dissimilar to the MIT system--

28
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Walt, you're not teaching them.

29
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- You wanted me to be thorough.
- Play. You're taking too long.

30
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You don't think it behooves me
to be able to explain any of this?

31
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It behooves you to be a pro, that's all.
That's the fiction. So, chop-chop.

32
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Don't chop-chop me.

33
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Now, we both know
that the first decision...

34
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...is whether or not to split
or to surrender.

35
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On eights. Split them.

36
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Good on both.

37
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Next decision is whether
to double down or not.

38
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- Which you should be doing.
- On an 11, yes. Double.

39
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Okay, this hand over here,
we have a soft 18.

40
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The final decision is whether or not
to hit or to stand. Hit it.

41
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- Becomes a hard 15.
- Dealer has a nine.

44
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Okay, let's see what I got.

45
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And 21.

46
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- Damn.
- Yup.

47
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Okay, the key thing to remember here
is that it's not about any one hand.

48
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The key is the number of hands
per hour.

49
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Let's go again.

50
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Zero, minus one, 0.6.

51
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Okay.

52
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- Walt.
-It's not as if I don't know how to play.

53
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I certainly more than understand
how to count cards.

54
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Let's just keep going.

55
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No, you know what?
I'm in recovery, remember?

56
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I shouldn't even be playing.

57
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And that is the fiction
that we should be sticking to.

58
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You know what?

59
00:07:55,000 --> 00:07:58,049
You're right. Yeah.

60
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Okay.
We're not leaving anything to chance.

61
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All right. Let's get started.
Got a lot of ...

62
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- Walt. We got a lot of ground to cover.
- What is this?

63
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We have to get our story straight.
We've gotta be on the same page.

64
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- A script?
- Bullet points.

65
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Bullet points? We got a novella.

66
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This is smart. You really wanna try
to sell a DEA agent some...

67
00:08:25,400 --> 00:08:27,801
...full-of-holes story
about how we suddenly...

68
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...have enough money
to buy a car wash?

69
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- Am I supposed to memorize this?
- We need to practice.

70
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- We need to be word-perfect.
- Within reason.

71
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We need this story to be solid...

72
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...and sympathetic
and, most of all, completely believable.

73
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The story that you already told Marie.

74
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You think that she hasn't told Hank?

75
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Come on, this is Marie
we're talking about here.

76
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No, she hasn't. She hasn't.

77
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Hank thinks his insurance is paying
for everything.

78
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Marie's not telling him
we are paying his therapy bills.

79
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- And neither are we.
- And why is that again?

80
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- Really?
- If we have the gambling story...?

81
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Did you take money, Walt?
You remember Gretchen and Elliot?

82
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I seem to recall that
you'd rather sell drugs than take help.

83
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- Fine.
- Marie will tell Hank in her own time.

84
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And at least we'll have laid
the groundwork.

85
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And coming clean with Hank
and Juni--

86
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Appearing to come clean
will be the best thing for everyone.

87
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We talked about this.

88
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- Okay? We agreed about this.
- Yes, we did. it's just ...

89
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What?

90
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Never mind. Just--

91
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Okay. So I really think we should
tag team the narrative, okay?

92
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We'll each be responsible for certain
portions of the story and then we can--

93
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We can hand off so we don't leave
anything out, and it'll seem natural.

94
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Okay. So I'm gonna launch
with the exciting news...

95
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...that we are buying a car wash.

96
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The next logical question
Hank will probably ask is:

97
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"Where are you getting the money?"
To which I'll say:

98
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We wanna tell you the whole story.
It's a doozy...

99
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...so hold onto your hats.

100
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Do you like that?

101
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Sure.

102
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It accomplishes two things. It keeps
it light while letting them know...

103
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...to expect something big.

104
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Yeah. No. it's a doozy.

105
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Okay. Anyway, that's where you will
take over, starting with your diagnosis.

106
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Pages one and two. Okay. And it's--

107
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It's pretty much gonna run parallel
to the truth, which makes it easier.

108
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But just make sure
to really hit the cancer.

109
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Really touch on the fear and despair.

110
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It's good to remind them
and to get their sympathy.

111
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We want them to understand why
you could do something so stupid.

112
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Now, after that, per pages three
and four, after you say:

113
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"Gambling became an addiction
and I just couldn't control it."

114
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- Do you see that?
- Yes.

115
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In the middle. Okay.

116
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I put in that line about robbery,
from the GA meeting. That was good.

117
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So next, I'll chime in about how
it affected our marriage...

118
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...starting with the confusion, the
deceit, why we couldn't tell anyone--

119
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I'm terribly, terribly ashamed
of my actions.

120
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- Yeah.
- Two "terribly"s?

121
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-It's to show contrition.
- Well, I just wouldn't use that word.

122
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I would never say
the word "terribly."

123
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Phrase it however you want. Okay?
You're jumping ahead. Now--

124
00:11:32,760 --> 00:11:35,889
And why--?
And why am I so ashamed?

125
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Do I really need to answer that?

126
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I was, and am,
providing for our family.

127
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- Let's just pick up where we left off.
- I'm weak, I'm out of control.

128
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This makes me look like crap.

129
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This has to be a warts-and-all story.

130
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That's how we'll sell it.
We both look bad.

131
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How do you look bad exactly?

132
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Where is the "I slept with my boss"
bullet point?

133
00:12:03,360 --> 00:12:05,249
I can't seem to find that anywhere.

134
00:12:05,800 --> 00:12:08,610
For a fired schoolteacher
who cooks crystal meth...

135
00:12:08,800 --> 00:12:11,201
...I'd say you're coming out
pretty much ahead.

136
00:12:11,440 --> 00:12:14,603
I don't like it.
I don't want Junior thinking less of me.

137
00:12:14,840 --> 00:12:19,607
At least you won at gambling. I'm the
bitch mom who wouldn't cut you slack.

138
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I'm sorry.

139
00:12:29,280 --> 00:12:31,931
I'm sorry
that I put you through all of this.

140
00:12:35,200 --> 00:12:37,202
How's that sound?

141
00:12:42,440 --> 00:12:44,090
Two "sorry"s.

142
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I believe we were on page five.

143
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So after you say how very sorry you
are, in your own words, of course...

144
00:12:53,520 --> 00:12:54,931
...we're almost to the end.

145
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And then I say how proud I am of you
for joining a 12-step program.

146
00:12:59,320 --> 00:13:04,690
And this is where I think we should
enact how we're feeling, you know?

147
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Just a suggestion. You might
look down at the floor with remorse.

148
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What? You don't have to mean it.

149
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You just stare down at your feet,
Walt, okay?

150
00:13:20,720 --> 00:13:22,688
Then I'm gonna ...

151
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I was thinking of taking Marie's hand
and saying something emotional like:

152
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it's such a relief to tell you.

153
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We're glad we have a strong family
to help us.

154
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That we can all support each other.
And then maybe I'll tear up a little.

155
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I don't know. We'll just have to see
what happens in the moment.

156
00:13:43,200 --> 00:13:44,964
You're gonna cry on cue?

157
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- I said, I don't know. Maybe.
- When you dab your eyes...

158
00:13:48,240 --> 00:13:50,971
...you gonna do it
with your right hand or your left?

159
00:13:51,160 --> 00:13:54,209
- One tear? Two tears? How many?
- This has to be convincing.

160
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Especially to Hank.
I'm doing the best I can here, Walt.

161
00:13:57,560 --> 00:13:59,210
And yes, I'm thorough.

162
00:14:00,840 --> 00:14:05,721
Maybe lying doesn't come
as easily to me as it does to you.

163
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- Guys! Come on in! Hi!
- Hey.

164
00:14:23,480 --> 00:14:24,606
- Good to see you!
- Hey.

165
00:14:24,840 --> 00:14:27,571
- Hey, you little punk! Hey.
- Hey.

166
00:14:27,760 --> 00:14:29,489
- Great to see you.
- How you doing?

167
00:14:29,680 --> 00:14:32,047
Look at my little princess.
She's getting big.

168
00:14:32,240 --> 00:14:35,130
- Yeah. And heavy too.
-ls that actual food I'm smelling?

169
00:14:35,320 --> 00:14:37,288
I might get an
honest-to-God meal here?

170
00:14:37,480 --> 00:14:39,448
- You look good.
- Thank you, sweetheart.

171
00:14:39,680 --> 00:14:42,604
Your Aunt Marie, she's cute,
but she could burn water.

172
00:14:42,800 --> 00:14:45,849
You are so hilarious.
Show the boys your rock collection.

173
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- We're gonna get organized.
-It'll be 20 minutes.

174
00:14:48,760 --> 00:14:51,650
- You have a rock collection?
-It's a mineral collection.

175
00:14:51,840 --> 00:14:53,842
Just something I've--
You wanna see it?

176
00:14:54,080 --> 00:14:56,048
- Sure.
- All right. Let's go see it.

177
00:14:56,280 --> 00:14:59,329
- Oh, hey, let me--
- Hey, no. I-- I got it.

178
00:15:00,560 --> 00:15:02,608
Come on, guys. it's down the hall here.

179
00:15:05,680 --> 00:15:10,049
Now, that one there, that's rhodonite.
Okay? it's manganese inosilicate.

180
00:15:10,280 --> 00:15:13,124
Cool. What makes it be
all pink like that?

181
00:15:13,360 --> 00:15:17,251
Well, that's the manganese part. Okay?
It oxidizes, you know, like rust.

182
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Manganese can have
an oxidation state...

183
00:15:19,680 --> 00:15:21,887
...of between minus-three
and plus-seven...

184
00:15:22,080 --> 00:15:25,482
...which takes it through a range
of colours. Purple, green, blue.

185
00:15:25,680 --> 00:15:29,287
But its most stable state is plus-two,
which is usually pale pink.

186
00:15:31,120 --> 00:15:32,645
So ...

187
00:15:33,920 --> 00:15:40,451
Exactly. Whatever the hell he said.
Anyway, you get the idea.

188
00:15:40,640 --> 00:15:46,044
Yeah, it's interesting.
Interesting stuff, that. Really.

189
00:15:49,840 --> 00:15:52,081
Oh, hey. Yeah, give me that.

190
00:15:52,280 --> 00:15:55,170
Give me that file, will you?
You gotta check this out.

191
00:15:55,360 --> 00:16:00,082
I've been working on something here.
I'm doing a little consulting.

192
00:16:00,280 --> 00:16:04,330
You know, weighing in on a case
for A.P.D.

193
00:16:05,120 --> 00:16:08,841
Put that in for me.
Put that in over there.

194
00:16:09,040 --> 00:16:11,441
Hank, what is this?
It's not a dead body?

195
00:16:11,640 --> 00:16:14,041
Oh, no, no, no. Nothing like that.
No.

196
00:16:14,240 --> 00:16:16,527
Seriously, you guys
you gotta check this out.

197
00:16:16,720 --> 00:16:19,644
This is good. Ready?
Let me get it going here.

198
00:16:24,120 --> 00:16:25,849
Look at this guy.

199
00:16:26,320 --> 00:16:27,890
Look at--

200
00:16:40,800 --> 00:16:42,848
Oh, man.
You can't make this stuff up.

201
00:16:46,160 --> 00:16:47,730
Who is this?

202
00:16:47,920 --> 00:16:53,324
That, my friends, is Albuquerque's
public enemy number one.

203
00:16:59,520 --> 00:17:03,127
It's such a relief to finally tell you.

204
00:17:03,320 --> 00:17:08,565
We're just so glad that we have
a strong family to help us through this.

205
00:17:08,760 --> 00:17:11,081
That we can all support each other.

206
00:17:12,640 --> 00:17:17,601
Jesus. I don't even know where to--
Holy shit.

207
00:17:17,840 --> 00:17:19,444
Yeah.

208
00:17:20,720 --> 00:17:22,927
Walter H. White.

209
00:17:23,400 --> 00:17:25,448
Man of hidden talents.

210
00:17:26,160 --> 00:17:32,008
Dad, you're such a stud.
How much did you win exactly?

211
00:17:33,520 --> 00:17:36,763
- Dad?
- I don't think I have exact figures.

212
00:17:36,960 --> 00:17:41,887
It's enough to-- After taxes, of course,
to buy the car wash.

213
00:17:42,480 --> 00:17:45,245
Maybe even pay for...

214
00:17:45,480 --> 00:17:48,404
...a couple of halfway reasonable
college educations.

215
00:17:48,600 --> 00:17:51,410
Damn, Dad, why'd you quit?

216
00:17:52,240 --> 00:17:57,280
I can totally get a car
for my birthday now, right?

217
00:18:00,720 --> 00:18:07,410
Son, I'm terribly, terribly
ashamed of my actions.

218
00:18:08,520 --> 00:18:12,411
Would you excuse me, please?
I need to use the restroom.

219
00:18:41,880 --> 00:18:43,450
Walt?

220
00:18:53,000 --> 00:18:54,286
Hey!

221
00:18:55,040 --> 00:18:56,041
Sorry.

222
00:18:56,280 --> 00:19:00,649
- Thought you might have fallen in.
- No, no, I just ...

223
00:19:00,840 --> 00:19:04,083
Hey, man, that was some big stuff
back there.

224
00:19:05,400 --> 00:19:08,085
No, we wanted to be thorough, so ...

225
00:19:08,800 --> 00:19:13,044
Yeah, well, it was quite a tale. Couldn't
have been easy to, you know...

226
00:19:13,400 --> 00:19:15,164
...talk about.

227
00:19:17,600 --> 00:19:19,170
You know, Walt, if you ...

228
00:19:19,360 --> 00:19:23,843
You can always bend my ear, right?
I mean, if you ever need to talk...

229
00:19:24,040 --> 00:19:28,329
...or just blow off some steam,
I'm here.

230
00:19:29,680 --> 00:19:31,682
Not going anywhere, so ...

231
00:19:33,080 --> 00:19:34,730
Thanks, Hank.

232
00:19:38,520 --> 00:19:43,287
Same goes for me, you know. If you
ever wanna bounce anything off me...

233
00:19:43,480 --> 00:19:46,131
...I don't know, casework,
anything, really.

234
00:19:47,360 --> 00:19:49,567
Sometimes just talking
something through...

235
00:19:49,760 --> 00:19:52,411
...you know,
really can make a difference.

236
00:19:53,600 --> 00:19:58,322
We're definitely not talking bathtub
crank here. This is a big-ass operation.

237
00:19:58,520 --> 00:20:01,091
You know, hundreds of pounds a week.
Maybe more.

238
00:20:02,400 --> 00:20:08,089
So who is this person?
What do you know about him?

239
00:20:08,320 --> 00:20:10,766
Other than he's deader
than a Texas salad bar...

240
00:20:10,960 --> 00:20:12,689
...and has a decent set of pipes?

241
00:20:12,880 --> 00:20:16,043
- I'd say he's my guy.
- Your guy?

242
00:20:18,280 --> 00:20:23,241
There's this mystery man I've been
chasing for the better part of a year.

243
00:20:24,040 --> 00:20:28,602
Cooks the purest meth that me
or anyone else has ever seen.

244
00:20:29,920 --> 00:20:32,400
Goes by the name of Heisenberg.

245
00:20:35,400 --> 00:20:36,640
Yeah. Pretty weird, huh?

246
00:20:37,240 --> 00:20:40,722
I looked him up. It was one of these
physic-- One of Hitler's guys.

247
00:20:40,920 --> 00:20:44,811
You know, a physicist named
Werner Heisenberg. Real cute, huh?

248
00:20:45,000 --> 00:20:48,686
I figure with a handle like that,
my guy's gotta be some sort of ...

249
00:20:48,880 --> 00:20:51,451
Some sort of an egghead. No offense.

250
00:20:51,640 --> 00:20:56,043
And here we go.
Gale "Major Tom" Boetticher.

251
00:20:56,360 --> 00:20:58,886
Anyway, I just wanna see if I'm,
you know...

252
00:20:59,080 --> 00:21:02,209
...not barking up the wrong tree,
chemically speaking.

253
00:21:02,400 --> 00:21:08,760
As far as I can make out, he's writing
about a phenylacetone cook, right?

254
00:21:10,320 --> 00:21:13,130
- Yeah.
- Yeah. That's pretty rare these days...

255
00:21:13,320 --> 00:21:16,369
...but it does jibe
with the blue stuff I've been tracking.

256
00:21:16,560 --> 00:21:21,282
"Two sticks dairy-free soy margarine,
two-third cup turbinado sugar."

257
00:21:22,800 --> 00:21:28,011
it's a recipe for vegan s'mores.
There's all kinds of crazy crap in there.

258
00:21:28,240 --> 00:21:30,891
Yeah, like, you know,
top-ten recumbent bicycles...

259
00:21:31,080 --> 00:21:32,605
...indoor composting tips.

260
00:21:32,840 --> 00:21:37,926
All right next to the mother
of methamphetamine syntheses.

261
00:21:38,160 --> 00:21:42,643
This guy was a ...
Man, he was a real character.

262
00:21:42,840 --> 00:21:45,889
Yeah, he seems unique.

263
00:21:46,120 --> 00:21:48,600
Yeah. Let me show you something.
Give it here.

264
00:21:51,640 --> 00:21:54,610
Right here at the ...
Right here at the top it says:

265
00:21:56,200 --> 00:22:00,967
"To W.W.
My star, my perfect silence."

266
00:22:01,560 --> 00:22:03,369
W.W.

267
00:22:04,080 --> 00:22:06,162
I mean, who do you figure that is?

268
00:22:06,880 --> 00:22:08,803
Woodrow Wilson?

269
00:22:10,040 --> 00:22:12,008
Willy Wonka?

270
00:22:13,800 --> 00:22:15,245
Walter White?

271
00:22:18,440 --> 00:22:20,124
You got me.

272
00:22:22,720 --> 00:22:24,961
W.W.

273
00:22:25,160 --> 00:22:27,811
Wait a minute. Let me see this...

274
00:22:28,640 --> 00:22:31,211
...for a second,
because I think I remembered ...

275
00:22:32,560 --> 00:22:33,891
Here.

276
00:22:34,680 --> 00:22:35,966
Yes.

277
00:22:38,080 --> 00:22:39,081
Yeah.

278
00:22:39,280 --> 00:22:41,647
"When I Heard
the Learn'd Astronomer."

279
00:22:41,840 --> 00:22:43,171
Learned.

280
00:22:43,400 --> 00:22:49,009
And from time to time
Look'd up in perfect silence at the stars.

281
00:22:49,200 --> 00:22:52,488
It's a poem by Walt Whitman.

282
00:22:53,080 --> 00:22:54,923
Your W.W.

283
00:22:55,680 --> 00:22:57,842
You freaking brainiac.

284
00:22:58,040 --> 00:22:59,565
You freaking brainiac.

285
00:23:01,280 --> 00:23:04,329
I must have skipped that day
in school or something.

286
00:23:04,520 --> 00:23:07,410
I been chasing my tail about that one.
Bet you're right.

287
00:23:07,600 --> 00:23:10,444
- Well, I'm glad I could be of help.
- Yeah.

288
00:23:10,640 --> 00:23:12,847
Walt Whitman.

289
00:23:13,360 --> 00:23:18,526
So you think this Gale person
is your Heisenberg?

290
00:23:18,760 --> 00:23:20,808
Yeah, I think so. Yeah.

291
00:23:21,000 --> 00:23:22,604
God, I wanted to get this guy.

292
00:23:25,440 --> 00:23:26,805
It looks like you did.

293
00:23:27,000 --> 00:23:30,288
No, I mean, you know, me personally,
you know?

294
00:23:30,480 --> 00:23:34,451
I wanted to be the one to slap
the handcuffs on him, that kind of shit.

295
00:23:34,880 --> 00:23:38,168
Popeye Doyle waving to Frog One.

296
00:23:40,560 --> 00:23:44,610
If I recall, at least from the first
French Connection...

297
00:23:44,800 --> 00:23:48,202
...Popeye Doyle never actually
caught him.

298
00:23:50,320 --> 00:23:53,483
Yeah, I guess me
and old Popeye, huh?

299
00:23:53,800 --> 00:23:55,928
Day late and a dollar short.

300
00:24:01,520 --> 00:24:05,764
- What about the person who killed him?
- A.P.D.'s problem, not mine.

301
00:24:05,960 --> 00:24:07,610
- Any leads?
- My buddy Tim says...

302
00:24:07,800 --> 00:24:10,406
...they got some fingerprints
they're trying to ID.

303
00:24:10,600 --> 00:24:13,649
Eyewitness saw a person of interest.
Might get lucky there.

304
00:24:13,840 --> 00:24:17,287
Somebody knows something.
They'll track the shooter eventually.

305
00:24:18,600 --> 00:24:20,170
Jesse.

306
00:24:47,600 --> 00:24:48,931
Jesse.

307
00:24:49,120 --> 00:24:50,485
What's up?

308
00:24:59,440 --> 00:25:01,204
I need to talk to you.

309
00:25:01,400 --> 00:25:02,925
Okay.

310
00:25:07,520 --> 00:25:08,885
Now.

311
00:25:09,600 --> 00:25:11,284
Go ahead.

312
00:25:14,080 --> 00:25:17,527
Would you stop doing
what you're doing, please?

313
00:25:17,760 --> 00:25:20,969
I'm not done, yo.
And that dude's next.

314
00:25:23,440 --> 00:25:27,126
- What the hell? What is wrong--?
- We have business to discuss.

315
00:25:27,320 --> 00:25:29,527
So discuss. Jesus.

316
00:25:29,720 --> 00:25:31,051
Let go of me.

317
00:25:31,240 --> 00:25:33,720
Gale's murder is being investigated.

318
00:25:35,480 --> 00:25:39,610
And I have it on good authority that
they found fingerprints at the scene.

319
00:25:40,000 --> 00:25:41,604
Not mine.

320
00:25:43,080 --> 00:25:45,845
- We done here?
- No, we are not done here.

321
00:25:46,040 --> 00:25:48,520
What if they are yours?
How can you be so sure?

322
00:25:48,760 --> 00:25:52,287
Because I'm here. Your brother-in-law's
got such a hard-on for me...

323
00:25:52,480 --> 00:25:54,608
...if the cops found my fingerprints--

324
00:25:54,840 --> 00:25:58,083
If the cops found my prints
within five blocks of that place...

325
00:25:58,280 --> 00:26:00,442
...they would've picked me up
by now.

326
00:26:01,000 --> 00:26:02,684
What about the casing?

327
00:26:02,880 --> 00:26:04,803
- Oh, my God.
- Or casings?

328
00:26:05,040 --> 00:26:07,725
How many times
did you shoot him, anyway?

329
00:26:08,840 --> 00:26:12,606
Jesse, did you pick up the casings?

330
00:26:13,000 --> 00:26:15,207
Did you pick them up?

331
00:26:15,400 --> 00:26:16,401
No.

332
00:26:18,640 --> 00:26:20,369
Yeah, well ...

333
00:26:20,840 --> 00:26:25,528
Listen, we gotta go over this
step-by-step, everything.

334
00:26:25,720 --> 00:26:28,803
Tell me exactly what happened
from the moment you got there.

335
00:26:29,000 --> 00:26:31,048
- I got in, I got out.
- No.

336
00:26:31,240 --> 00:26:34,801
No, I need to know specifics.
Now, we'll start from the beginning.

337
00:26:35,000 --> 00:26:39,642
You drove there. You drove over there.
You went to his door, right?

338
00:26:41,400 --> 00:26:43,164
Jesse, I need you to concentrate.

339
00:26:43,360 --> 00:26:45,886
This is very important.
Did you knock or ring?

340
00:26:46,120 --> 00:26:48,407
Knock or ring?

341
00:26:48,840 --> 00:26:50,080
Knock.

342
00:26:50,280 --> 00:26:53,363
Good, good. That's very good.
Now, listen.

343
00:26:53,720 --> 00:26:56,883
Assume that Gale answered the door.
What happened after that?

344
00:26:57,080 --> 00:26:58,366
Did he recognise you?

345
00:26:58,560 --> 00:27:00,608
Did you say anything to each other?

346
00:27:00,800 --> 00:27:04,566
Did you walk into the room or did you
shoot him right then and there?

347
00:27:04,760 --> 00:27:06,000
What?

348
00:27:07,760 --> 00:27:11,287
- Who wants to make a hundred bucks?
- Yeah.

349
00:27:27,760 --> 00:27:29,364
Look, the kid's probably right.

350
00:27:29,600 --> 00:27:33,161
If they had anything on him,
he'd be locked up already.

351
00:27:33,360 --> 00:27:35,840
What about my brother-in-law?
He suspects Jess--

352
00:27:36,040 --> 00:27:40,364
Hell, he knows Jesse is involved
in the sale of blue meth.

353
00:27:40,800 --> 00:27:45,522
That was Hank's one-and-only lead.
What if he puts two and two together...

354
00:27:45,720 --> 00:27:47,882
...and he goes after Jesse
for the murder?

355
00:27:48,080 --> 00:27:51,084
Goes after him how,
on his Rascal scooter?

356
00:27:52,880 --> 00:27:55,645
That perhaps sounded insensitive.

357
00:27:55,880 --> 00:27:59,805
But if he goes after him,
I'll sue his ass for police brutality...

358
00:28:00,000 --> 00:28:02,241
...harassment,
assault and 16 other things.

359
00:28:02,440 --> 00:28:05,808
No, history those two have together,
being what it is...

360
00:28:06,000 --> 00:28:10,085
...gotta figure your brother-in-law's
smart enough not to go down that road.

361
00:28:10,320 --> 00:28:13,961
Goose egg. Bubkes.
That's what the cops got.

362
00:28:14,160 --> 00:28:16,162
I wouldn't worry about it.

363
00:28:16,440 --> 00:28:19,330
Yeah, what else should I
not worry about, Saul?

364
00:28:19,520 --> 00:28:23,411
Should I not worry that Gus plans to
murder me at the first chance he gets?

365
00:28:23,600 --> 00:28:28,083
That my drug-addicted partner doesn't
seem to care whether he lives or dies?

366
00:28:28,280 --> 00:28:33,081
You should see his house.
It's like skid row.

367
00:28:33,280 --> 00:28:36,124
He has actual hobos living there.

368
00:28:36,360 --> 00:28:39,648
Now, how long before Gus decides
that he's too big of a risk?

369
00:28:39,840 --> 00:28:44,607
Jeez, I got Mike,
that grunting, dead-eyed cretin...

370
00:28:44,840 --> 00:28:49,164
...sucker-punching me in the face.
I've got Gus wielding a box cutter.

371
00:28:49,360 --> 00:28:53,922
I mean, Western Union,
message received.

372
00:28:56,320 --> 00:29:00,803
Let me ask you.
When did this stop being a business?

373
00:29:01,000 --> 00:29:05,688
Why am I the only person capable
of behaving in a professional manner?

374
00:29:09,000 --> 00:29:13,244
No, any way you slice it,
everyone is in danger.

375
00:29:14,160 --> 00:29:16,891
I mean, how can I protect anyone?

376
00:29:17,080 --> 00:29:19,651
My family, Jesse, myself?

377
00:29:20,440 --> 00:29:24,240
My name never comes up
with those guys, does it?

378
00:29:25,960 --> 00:29:30,249
And meanwhile, we're buying
this stupid car wash.

379
00:29:30,440 --> 00:29:35,446
Oh, yeah.
That ship has sailed, bon voyage.

380
00:29:35,640 --> 00:29:38,405
We are committed.
We already told our family about it.

381
00:29:38,600 --> 00:29:41,410
And now Skyler,
I'm sure she believes--

382
00:29:41,600 --> 00:29:45,969
She needs to believe
that everything is neat and tidy.

383
00:29:46,200 --> 00:29:49,886
And she's telling herself that
I work in this nice, quiet little lab...

384
00:29:50,080 --> 00:29:52,651
...with a white lab coat
and a pocket protector...

385
00:29:52,840 --> 00:29:56,208
...and when my contract is up,
I'll just simply hang it all up...

386
00:29:56,400 --> 00:29:58,323
...tip my hat and walk away.

387
00:30:02,360 --> 00:30:04,169
On, God.

388
00:30:04,760 --> 00:30:07,331
How did everything
get so screwed up?

389
00:30:09,320 --> 00:30:12,608
Yeah, you do have a little
shit-creek action happening.

390
00:30:20,280 --> 00:30:24,808
You know, FYI,
you can buy a paddle.

391
00:30:27,240 --> 00:30:29,891
This is a last-resort,
back-pocket kind of thing...

392
00:30:30,080 --> 00:30:34,529
...but if you really gotta protect
yourself, disappear ...

393
00:30:39,400 --> 00:30:45,487
There's a guy who can make it happen.
They call him a "dissapearer."

394
00:30:46,080 --> 00:30:48,924
For a substantial fee,
and I do mean substantial...

395
00:30:49,120 --> 00:30:53,011
...you and your loved ones can vanish.
Untraceable.

396
00:30:53,240 --> 00:30:55,766
I mean, he sets you up
with a whole new life.

397
00:30:56,640 --> 00:31:00,770
What, like a witness protection
kind of thing?

398
00:31:01,000 --> 00:31:03,162
Beyond. I mean, off the grid.

399
00:31:03,400 --> 00:31:07,644
New identities, new everything.
No one would ever be able to trace you.

400
00:31:07,880 --> 00:31:11,646
Now, be clear. This is an end game,
if you get my meaning.

401
00:31:11,840 --> 00:31:14,127
I mean, there's no coming back.

402
00:31:18,400 --> 00:31:21,085
So you want his card?

403
00:31:26,960 --> 00:31:29,566
God, there's gotta be something else
that I can do.

404
00:31:30,880 --> 00:31:33,929
Some way to keep everything
from spiraling out of control.

405
00:31:34,120 --> 00:31:35,690
Well, from what you told me...

406
00:31:35,880 --> 00:31:39,805
...it sounds like Pinkman is first up
in the imminent-demise department.

407
00:31:42,720 --> 00:31:46,008
Gus won't risk
letting the police find Jesse.

408
00:31:46,200 --> 00:31:48,487
I know him. He won't.

409
00:32:09,400 --> 00:32:12,961
I'm not kidding. If you really
think about it, you can't even see it.

410
00:32:13,160 --> 00:32:16,084
How can you know how bad
radio frequencies, microwaves...

411
00:32:16,280 --> 00:32:18,089
...and cell phones are getting you?

412
00:32:18,280 --> 00:32:21,523
You could be strolling
through security at the airport--

413
00:32:21,720 --> 00:32:23,085
Hey, wake up, bitches.

414
00:32:23,280 --> 00:32:25,886
You get waved through a full-body
x-ray scanner.

415
00:32:26,080 --> 00:32:30,210
Next day, you could be dead or dying
from all the radiation they say is safe.

416
00:32:30,400 --> 00:32:34,041
But there's no way it could be.
It has to deliver a concentrated dose.

417
00:32:34,240 --> 00:32:35,685
Enough to penetrate clothes.

418
00:32:35,880 --> 00:32:39,566
The accumulated amount could be
dangerous to susceptible individuals...

419
00:32:39,760 --> 00:32:41,842
...especially from a rural area.
- Yo.

420
00:32:42,040 --> 00:32:44,964
The ozone layer is already thin
because of the cow farts.

421
00:32:45,160 --> 00:32:47,527
- Yo!
- Oh, hey.

422
00:32:47,760 --> 00:32:50,047
Make sure there's pizza here
when I get back.

423
00:32:50,240 --> 00:32:52,720
- All right? Enough for everybody.
- Oh, yeah.

424
00:32:52,920 --> 00:32:55,526
I can do that. I can definitely do that.

425
00:32:55,720 --> 00:32:58,724
Not a problem.
I can get the stuff, the pizza and stuff.

426
00:32:58,920 --> 00:33:01,890
But as far as the financial situation,
you know ...

427
00:33:06,480 --> 00:33:10,201
- Just hang on. Hang on.
- Yeah, yeah.

428
00:33:10,400 --> 00:33:13,131
And you know,
the concentrated doses...

429
00:33:13,320 --> 00:33:17,609
...it's gonna fuck with your bone
marrow and it's gonna mess up ...

430
00:33:29,920 --> 00:33:32,491
Because-- Because especially
if you have cancer.

431
00:33:32,680 --> 00:33:35,889
You know, because if you gotta get
a bone-marrow transplant...

432
00:33:36,080 --> 00:33:39,448
...your odds are 60 percent.
You got a 60 percent chan--

433
00:33:39,640 --> 00:33:41,085
Hey.

434
00:33:44,200 --> 00:33:46,362
Hey, hey.

435
00:33:46,560 --> 00:33:48,324
Get some dipping sticks too, yo.

436
00:33:48,520 --> 00:33:51,251
Yeah, I can definitely get
dipping sticks.

437
00:33:51,480 --> 00:33:54,450
All right. I can get them.

438
00:35:08,120 --> 00:35:11,761
Hey, smoke it up, bitches.

439
00:36:00,080 --> 00:36:01,923
Gotcha!

440
00:36:34,000 --> 00:36:35,411
Wake up.

441
00:36:38,000 --> 00:36:39,525
Wake up.

442
00:36:42,880 --> 00:36:44,609
What's up?

443
00:36:47,280 --> 00:36:49,328
What's up with your ear?

444
00:36:49,920 --> 00:36:51,251
Downstairs. Now.

445
00:36:58,160 --> 00:36:59,321
Where is everybody?

446
00:36:59,520 --> 00:37:02,171
I invited your guests to leave.

447
00:37:09,720 --> 00:37:11,643
Know who this is?

448
00:37:11,840 --> 00:37:13,285
- Nope.
- You ought to.

449
00:37:13,480 --> 00:37:16,609
He's been at your house
for three solid days.

450
00:37:16,800 --> 00:37:17,961
Okay.

451
00:37:18,160 --> 00:37:19,844
He stole your money.

452
00:37:20,040 --> 00:37:21,769
Okay.

453
00:37:22,560 --> 00:37:26,451
That $78,000 or so look familiar?

454
00:37:26,640 --> 00:37:29,211
- This is it?
- That's it.

455
00:37:31,120 --> 00:37:34,329
Okay. Thanks.

456
00:37:38,200 --> 00:37:41,283
Wanna know what's next for
Little Miss Pissed-in-His-Pants?

457
00:37:41,480 --> 00:37:43,084
- No.
- You sure, now?

458
00:37:43,280 --> 00:37:47,444
- Yep.
- Don't even wanna take a wild guess?

459
00:37:49,360 --> 00:37:51,442
You're gonna kill him.

460
00:37:52,840 --> 00:37:56,162
Is this the part where
I'm supposed to beg you not to do it?

461
00:37:56,360 --> 00:37:58,727
Oh, please, please.

462
00:37:58,960 --> 00:38:00,644
And then what?

463
00:38:00,960 --> 00:38:03,930
I'm supposed to promise,
cross my heart...

464
00:38:04,120 --> 00:38:06,805
...to straighten up and fly right
or toe the line...

465
00:38:07,000 --> 00:38:09,367
...or some other crap
that I'm not gonna say?

466
00:38:09,560 --> 00:38:12,609
Is that what your little show here
was all about?

467
00:38:13,640 --> 00:38:17,884
You're on thin ice, you little shithead.
You know that?

468
00:38:20,440 --> 00:38:23,171
You ain't gonna smoke
that dude in there.

469
00:38:23,360 --> 00:38:24,964
You know how come I know?

470
00:38:25,160 --> 00:38:29,051
Because you went through the trouble
of putting a blindfold on him.

471
00:38:32,960 --> 00:38:34,962
I'm going back to bed.

472
00:38:35,200 --> 00:38:37,282
Let yourselves out.

473
00:38:48,040 --> 00:38:50,168
I'm sorry to keep you waiting.

474
00:38:51,600 --> 00:38:54,649
- How's the ear?
- Mending.

475
00:39:01,680 --> 00:39:03,170
What can I do for you?

476
00:39:03,360 --> 00:39:04,930
It's Pinkman.

477
00:39:05,120 --> 00:39:07,327
He's become increasingly incautious.

478
00:39:07,880 --> 00:39:10,486
He's a risk. A liability.

479
00:39:10,720 --> 00:39:14,964
I know he and Walter come as a team
and that Walter won't like it...

480
00:39:15,360 --> 00:39:17,886
...but something's gotta be done.

481
00:39:51,600 --> 00:39:52,965
You gotta be kidding.

482
00:40:00,760 --> 00:40:03,843
Hey, it's me. Wait for the thing.

483
00:40:04,040 --> 00:40:07,726
Right.
This is message number three.

484
00:40:08,120 --> 00:40:12,170
You'd better be ready in two minutes,
because I am right outside your door.

485
00:40:16,000 --> 00:40:17,490
Jesse.

486
00:40:19,920 --> 00:40:21,445
Jesse!

487
00:40:25,760 --> 00:40:27,285
Damn it.

488
00:40:32,400 --> 00:40:34,129
Hey, it's me. Wait for the thing.

489
00:40:34,320 --> 00:40:35,606
Oh, great.

490
00:40:39,360 --> 00:40:40,771
Jesse!

491
00:40:40,960 --> 00:40:42,564
This is perfect.

492
00:40:42,760 --> 00:40:44,842
You are a piece of work,
you know that?

493
00:40:57,080 --> 00:40:58,764
Jesse?

494
00:41:01,840 --> 00:41:02,841
Jesse.

495
00:41:06,280 --> 00:41:07,805
Jesse?

496
00:41:33,320 --> 00:41:36,244
Hey, it's me. Wait for the thing.

497
00:41:58,800 --> 00:42:00,689
Where is he?

498
00:42:19,480 --> 00:42:21,881
Gonna ask where we're going?

499
00:42:23,560 --> 00:42:25,130
Nope.

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