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How big's the batch?
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Should be about
50 pounds, give or take.
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Uncle Jack, that mask,
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I think you should...
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Mr. White said the fumes
aren't good to breathe.
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Let me worry about
what I breathe, kid.
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Just hurry this up
so I can grab a smoke. Ahem.
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Seventy-six percent.
Ha.
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Nice going, nephew.
Thanks, Uncle Jack.
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Where's the blue?
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Where's the what?
The blue color.
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Does it come later,
when this hardens?
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Where is it?

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I am correct in assuming
this should be blue?
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See, I'm thinking the headline here
should be "76 percent."
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Yeah. Whole lot more than it was.
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That dude who looked like Wolverine?
He couldn't crack 70.
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Fine. Yes, percentage-wise,
it's marginally improved.
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And congratulations, Todd.
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But blue is our brand,
all over Europe.
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It's what our buyers pay
top dollar for.
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If we're down a bit in purity
from the Heisenberg days,
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maybe they'll let us slide on that,
but not if it's not blue.
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I don't know. To my eye,
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it's kind of blue.
Yeah, a little.
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It's bluish.

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Todd, you're the chef.
What do you think?
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Yeah, kind of.
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If it catches the light just right,
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I could see how you'd think
there's a touch of blue,
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blue-green in there.
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Aquamarine.
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Hell, we'll put food coloring in it.
Make it any damn shade you want.
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Yeah, like they do
farm-raised salmon. Yeah.
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I mean, Jesus, you ever see
how pink they make that crap?
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Like, flamingo pink.
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It sure as hell don't come out
the ocean looking like that.
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All right. Let's make some money.
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Here you go, Ms. Quayle.
Lydia.

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Thank you.
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Is the tea okay?
I made it just like you asked.
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Mm-hm.
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You sure? If it's too weak or something,
I can go put another bag in it.
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I'm sure.
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Look, about the product,
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I'm really sorry
about the color.
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For a minute or two,
it just got a few degrees too hot
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in the mixing kettle, I think.
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I might've just
cooked the color right out of it.
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You burned it, like a cake.
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Yeah, sort of, I guess.
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But the point is I think I can fix it,
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and I think I can bring

the purity up too.


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I mean, I'm doing everything
just like Mr. White taught me, so...
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You know,
it's bound to get better, right?
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I appreciate you making
every possible effort
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because, as you know, my buyers
expect a certain threshold,
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a continuity.
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Yeah. Yeah, totally.
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About your buyers,
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I could ask my uncle
to smooth things over with them,
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if you want.
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I'll pass. Thanks.
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I've put a lot of faith
in your abilities, Todd.
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I believe in you.
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Please do make the cook better.

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It's very important to me.
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I've got a flight to catch.
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Hello.
<i>Hey. It's Walt.</i>
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Hey, Mr. White. How you doing?
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<i>I'm okay.</i>
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<i>I, uh...</i>
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<i>Todd, I think I might have
anotherjob for your uncle.</i>
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Oh, okay. You want me to
set up a meeting?
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<i>I-- Yes. Please. Let's do that.</i>
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Any heads-up
I should give him, like
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which jail, how many targets,
stuff like that?
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Mr. White?
<i>Just one target.</i>
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<i>Not currently in jail.</i>
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<i>Jesse Pinkman.</i>
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You got it.
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I'm surprised you didn't strangle him.
So now what? Book him?
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I'm sure the AUSA will have plenty to
say about how to play him against Walt.
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Knowing what we know about
how Walt deals with rats behind bars?
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Punk has to be safer
with the marshals
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than out here
where it's open season.
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What does that mean?
What are you thinking?
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The kid's got an idea.
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What kid? That kid?
Timmy Dipshit there?
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The one that screwed up our sting?
I'm all ears.
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Just hear him out,
would you?
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Okay, genius, what's the idea?
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You guys need evidence
to put him away.
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Only he's too smart
to leave any out there, right?
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So you say.
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Well, I know some evidence
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that greedy asshole
would never destroy.
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His money.
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You know where he keeps his money?
No.
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But I know someone who might.
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Oh, hey. How'd it go?
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Trailed him to the Dog House,
picked him up there.
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Seemed to be looking for someone.
Had a lot of questions.
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No calls though, right?
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You got his phone?
Yeah.
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He's on ice?
Safe house off Rio Bravo.
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We've got Van Oster
babysitting him.
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Yeah. What about Van Oster?
Did he have any questions?
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Probably, but he knows
better than to ask.
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Good job.
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I gotta tell you this
up front, Hank.
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If this guy decides
he wants to lawyer up,
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I don't care if you are my boss,
I'm gonna put a stop to this.
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He won't lawyer up.
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What the hell, man?
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You're up.
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Hey there. You mind
taking it outside for a minute?
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No, sir. You got it.
All right, thanks.
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Huell Babineaux.
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Know who I am?
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I'll take that as a yes.
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Thanks for your patience.
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Uh, as Agent Gomez said,
you're not under arrest.
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Why am I here?
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Well, you're here, um,
for your own protection, sir.
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How you figure that?
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Well, we both know how dangerous
my brother-in-law can be.
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Nice poker face.
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Look, uh, relax.
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There's not much new you can
tell me about Walter White.
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Multiple murders,
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ties to a white-power
prison gang,

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ran the largest meth racket
in the entire Southwest.
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I'm not asking,
you're not answering,
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whoop-de-do.
Let's cut to the chase.
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We have a wire on Walt's phone.
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We intercepted a call between him
and a certain Saul Goodman, Esq.
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You know, your employer?
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Anyway, in the call, Walt said
that he was going to, quote:
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"Take care of one
Jesse Pinkman," unquote,
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and that you were next on the hit list.
That's why you're here.
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Bullshit. That don't make no sense.
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I got the recording.
I can-- I can let you hear it.
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Your associate, Goodman's fixer-What's his name?
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Some carrottop

named Patrick Kuby.


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Boston P.D. ran him out
of Beantown a few years back.
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Came out here
for the sunshine.
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Walt said he was gonna do this
Kuby guy the same way he does you.
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In fact, Kuby's already missing.
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Sorry to say, things are looking grim
for your-- Your redheaded buddy.
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Believe us, don't believe us.
Suit yourself.
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Whatever you do,
I would not call Goodman.
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He sold you
down the river bigtime.
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The hell you talking about?
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Don't take it personally.
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Goodman's next on the chopping block
if he doesn't do what White says.
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To be fair, your circus clown of a boss
did try to spare you for all of, what,
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about, uh, 15 seconds,
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before he decided
to help Walt track you down.
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You see, Goodman's got
a trace on your phone,
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and as soon as you call him,
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Walt will find out
where you're hiding.
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Then it's just a matter of time
before you end up like this.
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Oh, man. Oh, man. I swear to God,
I didn't know he was gonna kill him, man.
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I didn't know he was gonna kill him.
Relax.
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If we thought you did,
you'd be in lockup
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for conspiracy to commit murder
instead of under our protection.
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Tell us everything you know so we
can get him before he gets you.
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Why would he wanna kill me?
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I ain't do nothing.
Who knows with this guy?

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From what he said,
it may have to do
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with him tying up loose ends regarding
poisoning some kid named Brock.
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Or maybe it's because
you know where his money is.
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I don't know where his money is.
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That ain't what we heard.
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You ain't listening
to the people in the know.
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Me and Kuby rented a van
for the dude,
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loaded his cash up
in a self-storage unit,
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handed over the keys to him
at Goodman's.
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Who knows where he took it
from there?
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A van, huh?
How much money we talking?
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Seven barrels' worth.
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Seven barrels?
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When you say "barrels,"
you mean "barrels" barrels?
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Barrels, man. You know,
plastic, black, 55-gallon type.
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I got them at Home Depot.
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Filled up every last damn
one of them too.
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And, uh, where did you rent the van?
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Lariat. The one
on Candelaria and Monroe.
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Lariat on Candelaria?
Yeah.
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Kuby rented the van.
Mr. White dropped it off.
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He had us wash it good
before Kuby took it back.
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Wash the rental? Why?
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It was filthy, man,
like he went off-road with it.
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After we had hosed it down,
he grabbed a shovel out the back,
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handed over the key,
and that was it.
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That's all I know.
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All right, Mr. Babineaux.
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Agent Gomez and I are going
to do everything we can
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to find this son of a bitch.
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Like I said,
you're free to go.
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But if I were you,
I wouldn't take one step out that door.
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And remember, no phone calls.
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Oh, actually, I almost forgot.
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Uh, I took the liberty
of removing the battery
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so Walt can't track you by GPS.
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So don't put that back in.
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Agent Van Oster
will stay here with you.
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You're in good hands.

He's our best man with a gun.


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Uh, don't discuss the case with him
because the less you distract him,
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the better he can protect you.
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How long you gonna be?
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As long as it takes to keep you safe.
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So just one guy this time.
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Not even in lockup.
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Some former partner,
Todd says?
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Yeah.
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So, what are we talking, rat patrol?
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Rat p--?
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No, no.
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Rat patrol?
No. No, he's not a rat.
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He's just...
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He just won't listen to reason.

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Okay.
He's just angry.
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He's not a rat.
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All right.
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Angry non-rat. Got it.
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How angry we talking, by the way?
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Like, Hulk angry?
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Like, Rambo-James Bond
badass individual?
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Not something
you'd do yourself, huh?
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Jesse is like family to me.
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Look, I want what you do
to be quick and painless.
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No suffering, no fear.
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Bullet to the back of the head.
Something he doesn't see coming.
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I respect that.
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There's too many savages out there.


Let's just talk about the money.
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No, we don't want your money.
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We want you to cook for us.
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You know I'm out
of the business.
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Just a couple times
to tutor my nephew here, that's all.
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Get him on track
to bringing the purity up.
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Get the color right too.
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Apparently that blue touch
you put on it,
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it's all the craze
with those Slavic types.
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So I'm told.
No.
247
00:16:05,240 --> 00:16:06,993
Absolutely not.
248
00:16:07,160 --> 00:16:10,870
Look, what was the price per head
last time? I'll triple it.
249
00:16:11,040 --> 00:16:14,431
A drop in the bucket compared to
what we aim to earn from the blue stuff.
250

00:16:14,760 --> 00:16:17,116


Don't skimp on family,
that's what I always say.
251
00:16:17,280 --> 00:16:18,680
You want us to do this job?
252
00:16:18,840 --> 00:16:21,833
Do it right? That's the price.
253
00:16:33,920 --> 00:16:35,673
One cook,
254
00:16:35,840 --> 00:16:38,309
after the job is done.
255
00:16:57,760 --> 00:16:59,797
Time is of the essence.
Do you understand?
256
00:16:59,960 --> 00:17:02,191
Do him tonight if you want.
257
00:17:02,760 --> 00:17:04,240
Just tell me where he is.
258
00:17:04,880 --> 00:17:07,076
I don't know where he is,
259
00:17:08,560 --> 00:17:11,280
but I know how to flush him out.
260
00:17:15,520 --> 00:17:18,911
You want string cheese
or yogurt squeezers with your PBJ?
261
00:17:19,080 --> 00:17:20,480
Both.
262
00:17:21,000 --> 00:17:23,799
I didn't hear you.
Both, please.
263
00:17:28,880 --> 00:17:30,758
Hold on, honey.
264

00:17:32,560 --> 00:17:36,031


Hi, Andrea.
I don't know if you remember me.
265
00:17:36,240 --> 00:17:38,152
I'm Walter White, Jesse's friend.
266
00:17:38,320 --> 00:17:40,391
Oh, yeah. Yeah, of course. Hi.
Yeah. Yeah.
267
00:17:40,560 --> 00:17:41,880
Oh, hi. Hi.
268
00:17:42,080 --> 00:17:44,640
I'm sorry to just barge in
on you like this,
269
00:17:44,800 --> 00:17:48,714
but, uh, I was hoping that I could
have a moment to talk with you.
270
00:17:48,920 --> 00:17:50,274
It's about Jesse.
271
00:17:51,680 --> 00:17:53,672
Um, sure. I'm sort of
rushing around right now.
272
00:17:53,880 --> 00:17:55,837
Wanna talk inside
while I get my boy ready?
273
00:17:56,000 --> 00:17:59,357
Oh, well, yeah. If it's-If it's okay, yeah, sure.
274
00:17:59,800 --> 00:18:01,678
Thank you.
275
00:18:01,840 --> 00:18:06,756
You met Brock before, right?
Yes. Yes, I have. At Jesse's.
276
00:18:06,960 --> 00:18:08,076
How you doing, Brock?
277

00:18:11,360 --> 00:18:12,953


Brock, he asked you a question.
278
00:18:13,600 --> 00:18:15,831
I'm good.
Good.
279
00:18:16,000 --> 00:18:17,639
Froot Loops.
280
00:18:17,800 --> 00:18:19,553
That's good stuff.
281
00:18:21,600 --> 00:18:22,795
So Jesse...
282
00:18:22,960 --> 00:18:24,314
Yeah, I...
283
00:18:24,480 --> 00:18:25,755
I don't wanna alarm you,
284
00:18:25,920 --> 00:18:28,480
but I've been trying
to reach him for days.
285
00:18:28,640 --> 00:18:29,960
I've stopped at his house,
286
00:18:30,120 --> 00:18:32,840
I've left all kinds of messages
on his voicemail,
287
00:18:33,000 --> 00:18:36,152
and he won't return my calls.
I can't find him anywhere.
288
00:18:36,320 --> 00:18:37,800
Have you heard from him?
289
00:18:37,960 --> 00:18:40,555
No, not since the last time
he called to check on Brock.
290
00:18:40,760 --> 00:18:42,114
That was, I don't know,

291
00:18:42,320 --> 00:18:44,312
two weeks ago, maybe.
292
00:18:45,200 --> 00:18:46,793
Andrea,
293
00:18:47,560 --> 00:18:51,918
Jesse's using again, and I...
294
00:18:52,080 --> 00:18:54,640
I have a bad feeling
about this.
295
00:18:56,160 --> 00:18:58,356
Have you tried calling the police?
296
00:19:01,200 --> 00:19:02,680
Or a better idea.
297
00:19:02,840 --> 00:19:06,072
Jesse's lawyer's name is Saul Goodman.
I have his card somewhere.
298
00:19:06,240 --> 00:19:09,790
I mean, he may have ways of finding
Jesse without getting him in trouble.
299
00:19:10,000 --> 00:19:13,198
"Better call Saul."
Yeah. I-- I did that.
300
00:19:13,360 --> 00:19:15,670
He was able to verify
that Jesse's not locked up,
301
00:19:15,880 --> 00:19:20,033
but, otherwise, very little help.
302
00:19:21,600 --> 00:19:23,193
You see, the thing is,
303
00:19:23,360 --> 00:19:26,478
is that Jesse and I
had this argument recently.
304
00:19:26,680 --> 00:19:31,914

And I won't bore you


with the details, but he's...
305
00:19:32,080 --> 00:19:36,757
He's-- He's pretty upset
with me and, um...
306
00:19:36,920 --> 00:19:39,674
And I'm hoping that's the reason
he hasn't called me back
307
00:19:39,840 --> 00:19:43,720
instead of him being...
308
00:19:44,400 --> 00:19:46,517
Well...
309
00:19:49,200 --> 00:19:51,078
Well, I'll try him right now.
310
00:19:51,240 --> 00:19:54,233
I mean, if that's it,
he's mad at you,
311
00:19:54,400 --> 00:19:58,189
maybe I'll have better luck.
That would be such a help. Yes.
312
00:19:58,360 --> 00:20:01,319
What--? What--? What number
are you calling him on?
313
00:20:01,480 --> 00:20:05,269
His cell.
You know, he recently got a new one.
314
00:20:05,440 --> 00:20:07,272
And there. That-315
00:20:07,440 --> 00:20:10,000
That's his new number there,
the highlighted one.
316
00:20:15,320 --> 00:20:17,710
Jesse, hey, it's Andrea.
317
00:20:17,880 --> 00:20:21,271

Your friend Walter just dropped by.


He's here at the house right now.
318
00:20:21,600 --> 00:20:23,637
We-- We're thinking of you.
319
00:20:23,800 --> 00:20:25,996
Call me back as soon
as you get this message.
320
00:20:26,200 --> 00:20:27,680
I really need to hear from you.
321
00:20:27,840 --> 00:20:29,877
It's important.
322
00:20:31,040 --> 00:20:32,759
Thank you, Andrea.
323
00:20:33,240 --> 00:20:35,072
I appreciate that.
324
00:20:36,120 --> 00:20:37,998
Well, I better-I better be going.
325
00:20:38,160 --> 00:20:41,073
You're welcome to stay a few minutes
to see if he calls back.
326
00:20:41,240 --> 00:20:43,835
No, no, no. You're trying to get
your son off to school.
327
00:20:44,000 --> 00:20:46,515
If he does happen to call back,
would you call me?
328
00:20:46,720 --> 00:20:50,316
Better yet, I've got your number.
I'll call you back, okay?
329
00:20:50,480 --> 00:20:53,359
And thank you.
330
00:20:55,160 --> 00:20:56,799
See you, Brock.

331
00:21:25,920 --> 00:21:27,070
We on?
332
00:21:27,240 --> 00:21:29,880
Yes. It should be any time now.
333
00:21:30,040 --> 00:21:31,599
<i>Copy that.</i>
334
00:21:31,760 --> 00:21:35,310
Remember, fast and painless.
And take him away from here.
335
00:21:35,520 --> 00:21:38,319
I don't want the mother
or the boy to know.
336
00:21:38,520 --> 00:21:40,352
<i>You got it.</i>
337
00:21:45,880 --> 00:21:47,872
<i>Jesse, hey, it's Andrea.</i>
338
00:21:48,040 --> 00:21:51,920
<i>Your friend Walterjust dropped by.
He's here at the house right now.</i>
339
00:21:52,120 --> 00:21:54,157
<i>We-- We're thinking of you.</i>
340
00:21:54,320 --> 00:21:56,437
<i>Call me back as soon
as you get this message.</i>
341
00:21:56,600 --> 00:21:58,159
<i>I really need to hear from you.</i>
342
00:21:58,320 --> 00:21:59,993
<i>It's important.</i>
343
00:22:03,320 --> 00:22:05,789
Nice try, asshole.
344
00:22:22,720 --> 00:22:25,679
How'd it go at the rental place?

Van have GPS?


345
00:22:25,840 --> 00:22:27,752
No GPS. Nope.
346
00:22:28,240 --> 00:22:30,709
They used to have GPS
until about six months ago
347
00:22:30,880 --> 00:22:33,270
when the ACLU or somebody
sued them
348
00:22:33,440 --> 00:22:35,272
and they had to get rid of it.
349
00:22:39,800 --> 00:22:43,271
Well, that's it.
Game over.
350
00:22:43,440 --> 00:22:46,319
Yo, man, you can't just
give up on this.
351
00:22:46,480 --> 00:22:48,756
Who said we're giving up?
What do you got?
352
00:22:48,920 --> 00:22:51,071
Just thinking about
what Babineaux said
353
00:22:51,240 --> 00:22:53,152
about the van being dirty
354
00:22:53,320 --> 00:22:55,232
and the shovel
that Walt had with him.
355
00:22:55,760 --> 00:22:57,672
I'll bet you 10-to-1
he buried that money.
356
00:22:57,840 --> 00:22:59,991
No kidding. So what?
357
00:23:00,160 --> 00:23:03,278

There's a whole lot of desert out there.


How we gonna find the spot?
358
00:23:03,480 --> 00:23:05,676
You said it yourself,
there's no GPS on the van.
359
00:23:05,840 --> 00:23:09,356
Yeah. But Walt
doesn't know that.
360
00:23:13,480 --> 00:23:15,199
All right.
361
00:23:16,040 --> 00:23:17,554
Here's your change.
362
00:23:17,720 --> 00:23:19,837
Oh, count it out, please.
Here.
363
00:23:20,040 --> 00:23:21,838
Uh, three. That makes 15.
364
00:23:22,040 --> 00:23:24,635
Plus 5, that is 20.
365
00:23:24,840 --> 00:23:27,992
Give this to your car wash professional.
Thank you.
366
00:23:28,160 --> 00:23:29,480
Say it.
367
00:23:29,640 --> 00:23:32,838
Have an A-1 day.
Oh, you too.
368
00:23:33,520 --> 00:23:35,637
Good.
Why--? Why do I--?
369
00:23:35,800 --> 00:23:37,837
Who do I gotta say that?
370
00:23:38,000 --> 00:23:40,037
Because it reinforces our brand.

371
00:23:40,200 --> 00:23:42,192
So getting the hang of it?
372
00:23:42,360 --> 00:23:45,558
It's, uh-- It's pretty basic.
373
00:23:46,600 --> 00:23:48,398
Mom, it's Saturday.
374
00:23:48,560 --> 00:23:49,960
Can--? Can I go?
375
00:23:50,120 --> 00:23:52,715
Go where?
Home.
376
00:23:52,880 --> 00:23:55,349
Pick up a few things,
maybe chill for a little bit.
377
00:23:55,760 --> 00:23:57,433
I'm sure the smell
is gone by now.
378
00:23:57,600 --> 00:24:00,240
Why don't you just stick around here
for a while longer?
379
00:24:00,400 --> 00:24:02,357
I need you.
Hi.
380
00:24:02,520 --> 00:24:04,910
Uh, who do I give this to?
Um...
381
00:24:05,160 --> 00:24:07,834
You know what? I'll take care of it.
Excuse me, son.
382
00:24:08,000 --> 00:24:10,435
That'll be 14.97, please.
383
00:24:16,400 --> 00:24:17,550
Hey. How you doing?

384
00:24:18,800 --> 00:24:20,314
You're on our billboard. You're-385
00:24:20,520 --> 00:24:23,080
You're the lawyer guy, yeah.
"Better call Saul!"
386
00:24:23,640 --> 00:24:25,040
Heh, heh.
387
00:24:28,160 --> 00:24:29,514
Okay.
388
00:24:29,680 --> 00:24:34,391
So 3 makes 15, and 20, 25, 30,
389
00:24:34,560 --> 00:24:38,076
35, 40, and 10 makes 50.
Thank you.
390
00:24:38,240 --> 00:24:39,720
I like your commercial.
391
00:24:39,880 --> 00:24:41,519
What--? What happened
to your face?
392
00:24:41,680 --> 00:24:44,559
Oh, this is a-- I guess you'd call it
an occupational hazard.
393
00:24:44,720 --> 00:24:47,554
Thank you, and please give that
to your car wash professional.
394
00:24:47,720 --> 00:24:49,996
Very good. Thank you very much.
Good to meet you.
395
00:24:50,160 --> 00:24:51,674
Yeah.
Don't drink and drive.
396
00:24:51,880 --> 00:24:54,190
Okay.
But if you do, call me.

397
00:24:54,360 --> 00:24:57,159
Ahem.
Have an A-1 day.
398
00:24:57,320 --> 00:24:59,471
Mom, you forgot to say it.
399
00:24:59,680 --> 00:25:02,195
Yeah. Yeah, I did. Okay.
400
00:25:03,640 --> 00:25:06,314
Make sure you get in there
between the cushions, all right?
401
00:25:06,520 --> 00:25:09,672
That's it. Way in there. Attaboy.
402
00:25:10,560 --> 00:25:12,199
What the hell you doing here?
403
00:25:12,400 --> 00:25:15,234
I swear to God, the kid left
so much booger powder in there
404
00:25:15,400 --> 00:25:17,198
my Caddy is a K-9 unit's wet dream.
405
00:25:17,360 --> 00:25:19,829
Is your phone broken?
All 200 of them?
406
00:25:20,160 --> 00:25:22,152
Huell's gone.
407
00:25:22,320 --> 00:25:23,754
Huell's gone where?
408
00:25:23,920 --> 00:25:27,596
No idea. AWOL. Nobody's seen him.
He's not answering his phone.
409
00:25:27,760 --> 00:25:29,672
So, what about Jesse?
410
00:25:29,880 --> 00:25:31,997
He hasn't shown up yet.

411
00:25:32,160 --> 00:25:34,595
He will, Saul.
He's probably high as a kite
412
00:25:34,800 --> 00:25:36,553
and hasn't gotten our message yet.
413
00:25:36,760 --> 00:25:39,229
Or he got it loud and clear,
figured out it's a setup.
414
00:25:39,400 --> 00:25:42,199
The kid is not as dumb
as you think.
415
00:25:48,280 --> 00:25:50,954
Are you wearing
a bulletproof vest?
416
00:25:51,120 --> 00:25:53,840
Did you miss the part about
my bodyguard has gone missing?
417
00:25:54,880 --> 00:25:56,792
Look, I had him
watching the Dog House,
418
00:25:56,960 --> 00:25:58,553
figuring the kid might show up.
419
00:25:58,720 --> 00:26:00,712
Next thing I know, radio silence.
420
00:26:00,880 --> 00:26:03,349
You're the math whiz.
Add up two and two.
421
00:26:03,520 --> 00:26:06,274
Jesse is not on some killing spree.
422
00:26:06,440 --> 00:26:08,671
It's me he wants.
423
00:26:08,840 --> 00:26:10,194
It's just me.

424
00:26:10,360 --> 00:26:12,033
Well, then where the hell's Huell?
425
00:26:19,080 --> 00:26:22,198
Any news?
Not yet, but soon. I promise.
426
00:26:22,600 --> 00:26:24,671
Have an A-1 day.
427
00:26:29,400 --> 00:26:31,437
Next,
428
00:26:32,160 --> 00:26:33,640
inventory lists.
429
00:26:37,160 --> 00:26:40,597
These are the inventory lists.
Every day, after close of business,
430
00:26:40,760 --> 00:26:43,673
you tally the total
of every item sold
431
00:26:43,840 --> 00:26:46,036
and you mark it
under the appropriate column.
432
00:26:46,200 --> 00:26:50,399
So say we sold, I don't know,
10 pine-scented air fresheners.
433
00:26:50,560 --> 00:26:52,711
You mark "10" under this column
434
00:26:52,920 --> 00:26:55,196
and then you subtract 10
from the stock column.
435
00:26:55,360 --> 00:26:57,113
Okay? Why don't you try that?
436
00:27:08,520 --> 00:27:09,840
Jesse?
437
00:27:10,000 --> 00:27:11,195

<i>Got my photo, bitch?</i>


438
00:27:11,400 --> 00:27:13,198
<i>That barrel look familiar?</i>
439
00:27:13,400 --> 00:27:16,438
<i>Because I just found six more
exactly like it.</i>
440
00:27:23,160 --> 00:27:25,277
<i>That big bastard who
works for Goodman,</i>
441
00:27:25,440 --> 00:27:27,671
<i>I pistol-whipped that melon
he calls a head</i>
442
00:27:27,840 --> 00:27:30,958
<i>till he gave up what he knew,
which led me to your rental van,</i>
443
00:27:31,120 --> 00:27:33,874
<i>which, it turns out, had GPS.</i>
444
00:27:34,040 --> 00:27:37,192
<i>How do you like that, genius?
Guess you didn't think of everything.</i>
445
00:27:37,360 --> 00:27:40,558
Look, Jesse, I don't know
what you plan on doing here, but-446
00:27:40,760 --> 00:27:43,320
<i>Well, I'll give you a hint, Walt.</i>
447
00:27:43,480 --> 00:27:47,599
<i>It involves a couple of five-gallon cans
of gasoline and a lighter.</i>
448
00:27:47,760 --> 00:27:49,831
No, no, no! Jesse, please, listen to me.
449
00:27:50,000 --> 00:27:51,559
<i>No, you listen to me, bitch.</i>
450
00:27:51,720 --> 00:27:54,110
<i>You get your ass out here

as fast as you can.</i>


451
00:27:54,280 --> 00:27:55,919
Yes, I'm coming. Okay! Okay!
452
00:27:56,080 --> 00:27:59,630
<i>And don't even think about
calling anyone for help, all right?</i>
453
00:27:59,800 --> 00:28:01,917
<i>You hang up on me, put me on hold,</i>
454
00:28:02,080 --> 00:28:03,878
<i>lose my call for any reason,</i>
455
00:28:04,040 --> 00:28:06,760
<i>as soon as you do,
I'm burning all of it.</i>
456
00:28:06,920 --> 00:28:09,674
<i>All right? One big bonfire.
You get the picture?</i>
457
00:28:09,840 --> 00:28:12,514
I get it, I get it. Okay.
<i>All right. You better hurry,</i>
458
00:28:12,680 --> 00:28:14,797
<i>because I'm burning
10 grand a minute</i>
459
00:28:15,000 --> 00:28:16,912
<i>till you get here, starting right now.</i>
460
00:28:17,080 --> 00:28:19,879
I said, I'm coming!
Don't you touch my money!
461
00:28:20,040 --> 00:28:23,272
<i>Fire in the hole, bitch.
There goes 10 G's.</i>
462
00:28:23,440 --> 00:28:26,911
<i>Oh, nice orange flames.</i>
No, no, no!
463
00:28:30,520 --> 00:28:32,000

Jesse-- Jesse, please.


464
00:28:32,160 --> 00:28:35,119
I'm dying. My cancer is back.
465
00:28:35,280 --> 00:28:38,671
You're not hurting anyone
but my family. Okay?
466
00:28:38,840 --> 00:28:40,877
I can't spend this money.
467
00:28:41,040 --> 00:28:44,112
It's not for me. I won't be around
long enough to use it.
468
00:28:44,320 --> 00:28:45,800
It belongs to my children.
469
00:28:45,960 --> 00:28:48,634
<i>Oh, you're gonna talk about kids.</i>
470
00:28:48,800 --> 00:28:50,598
<i>You're seriously gonna go there?</i>
471
00:28:52,440 --> 00:28:54,909
I am sorry about Brock.
472
00:28:55,080 --> 00:28:56,434
<i>No, you're not.</i>
473
00:28:56,600 --> 00:28:58,478
I am.
<i>You're not, but you're gonna be.</i>
474
00:28:58,640 --> 00:29:01,519
Yes, I am sorry about Brock!
475
00:29:01,680 --> 00:29:03,319
But he's alive, isn't he?
476
00:29:03,480 --> 00:29:05,392
He's fine, just as I planned it!
477
00:29:06,520 --> 00:29:09,115
Don't you think I knew

exactly how much to give him?


478
00:29:09,280 --> 00:29:11,317
That I had it all measured out?
Come on!
479
00:29:11,520 --> 00:29:14,911
Don't you know me by now?
<i>I know you're a lying, evil scumbag,</i>
480
00:29:15,080 --> 00:29:16,150
<i>that's what I know.</i>
481
00:29:16,320 --> 00:29:18,391
<i>Manipulating people,</i>
482
00:29:18,760 --> 00:29:21,116
<i>messing with their heads.</i>
Open your eyes!
483
00:29:21,320 --> 00:29:24,996
Can't you see that I needed you
on my side to kill Gus?
484
00:29:25,360 --> 00:29:27,192
I ran over those gangbangers!
485
00:29:27,360 --> 00:29:30,273
I killed Emilio and Krazy-8! Why?
486
00:29:30,440 --> 00:29:32,875
I did all of those things
to try to save your life
487
00:29:33,080 --> 00:29:34,560
as much as mine.
488
00:29:34,720 --> 00:29:36,791
Only you're too stupid to know it!
489
00:29:41,480 --> 00:29:43,039
Jesse.
490
00:29:44,600 --> 00:29:46,557
Jesse!
491

00:29:46,960 --> 00:29:48,280


Jesse, talk to me.
492
00:29:49,960 --> 00:29:51,394
Jesse!
493
00:29:56,720 --> 00:29:59,280
Jesse, I didn't hang up! Jesse!
494
00:30:11,680 --> 00:30:13,399
Jesse?
495
00:30:16,000 --> 00:30:18,310
Jesse, I'm here. Where are you?
496
00:31:06,360 --> 00:31:08,795
Son of a bitch.
497
00:31:09,960 --> 00:31:11,917
Son of a bitch.
498
00:31:16,800 --> 00:31:18,712
Son of a bitch!
499
00:32:03,120 --> 00:32:06,397
No. No. No, no, no.
500
00:32:42,880 --> 00:32:44,075
Come on, come on.
501
00:32:44,240 --> 00:32:45,799
Yes.
502
00:32:50,920 --> 00:32:51,956
Yeah?
503
00:32:52,120 --> 00:32:54,077
It's me. I've got Jesse in sight,
504
00:32:54,280 --> 00:32:55,919
and he's coming for me right now.
505
00:32:56,560 --> 00:32:58,153
<i>He knows I'm alone.</i>
506

00:32:59,160 --> 00:33:01,231


Let's go, boy.
<i>I'm guessing he's got backup.</i>
507
00:33:01,400 --> 00:33:04,279
How many guys?
<i>I do-- I-- I don't know.</i>
508
00:33:04,440 --> 00:33:07,319
Where are you?
<i>To'hajiilee.</i>
509
00:33:07,480 --> 00:33:09,437
<i>An Indian reservation west of town.</i>
510
00:33:09,600 --> 00:33:11,990
<i>Get a pen.</i>
Go.
511
00:33:13,560 --> 00:33:15,040
Okay.
512
00:33:15,440 --> 00:33:16,760
Okay.
513
00:33:17,920 --> 00:33:21,072
"Thirty-four, 59, 20,
514
00:33:21,240 --> 00:33:24,392
<i>106, 36, 52."</i>
515
00:33:24,600 --> 00:33:25,829
Those are coordinates.
516
00:33:27,520 --> 00:33:29,671
<i>If you want me around
to cook for you,</i>
517
00:33:29,840 --> 00:33:31,399
you get here now.
<i>You got it.</i>
518
00:33:31,560 --> 00:33:33,916
As fast as you can. Okay. Wait.
519
00:33:35,080 --> 00:33:36,594
They're coming.

520
00:33:37,400 --> 00:33:39,312
Looks like there could be
three men total.
521
00:33:44,560 --> 00:33:45,789
Wait a minute.
522
00:33:46,000 --> 00:33:48,071
What? What is it?
523
00:33:48,920 --> 00:33:51,833
- Stay in the car.
- Oh, my God.
524
00:33:52,320 --> 00:33:54,277
<i>Walter, what is it?</i>
525
00:33:56,480 --> 00:33:58,437
<i>Walter, you still there?</i>
526
00:34:00,640 --> 00:34:02,393
<i>Walter?</i>
527
00:34:07,040 --> 00:34:09,555
<i>Walter, you got eyes on him?</i>
528
00:34:14,600 --> 00:34:16,637
<i>What do you see?</i>
529
00:34:20,400 --> 00:34:22,392
<i>Walter, talk to me.</i>
530
00:34:23,360 --> 00:34:24,919
Forget it.
531
00:34:26,840 --> 00:34:28,718
Don't come.
532
00:34:28,920 --> 00:34:30,400
What do you mean,
"don't come"?
533
00:34:30,560 --> 00:34:31,710
<i>It's off.</i>

534
00:34:33,240 --> 00:34:35,391
Do not come.
535
00:35:00,680 --> 00:35:02,319
Walt!
536
00:35:03,160 --> 00:35:04,958
Come on out!
537
00:35:07,880 --> 00:35:09,519
Walt!
538
00:35:16,160 --> 00:35:18,072
Walt!
539
00:35:18,520 --> 00:35:20,751
I know you're out here!
540
00:35:25,840 --> 00:35:27,991
It's over!
541
00:35:51,280 --> 00:35:53,237
Walt!
542
00:35:56,000 --> 00:35:58,196
Come on out, Walt!
543
00:36:07,400 --> 00:36:08,959
Got him.
544
00:36:27,760 --> 00:36:29,558
Drop it!
545
00:36:38,800 --> 00:36:40,393
Hands up!
546
00:36:47,360 --> 00:36:50,034
Walk towards me slowly!
547
00:37:22,760 --> 00:37:24,319
Stop.
548
00:37:25,040 --> 00:37:26,713
Turn around.

549
00:37:32,160 --> 00:37:34,800
Lace your fingers
behind your head.
550
00:37:37,760 --> 00:37:39,717
Walk backwards to me.
551
00:37:43,720 --> 00:37:45,200
Stop.
552
00:37:45,880 --> 00:37:47,599
Get on your knees.
553
00:38:20,520 --> 00:38:23,080
How'd you like my
barrel photo, huh?
554
00:38:23,240 --> 00:38:25,550
Took it in the backyard
by the barbecue grill.
555
00:38:25,720 --> 00:38:29,475
You know, where we used
to cook out with the family.
556
00:38:30,240 --> 00:38:32,436
Gomey thought the dirt
might not match. But me?
557
00:38:32,600 --> 00:38:34,671
I bet your greedy ass
would be so worked up
558
00:38:34,840 --> 00:38:36,832
about the prospect
of losing your cash
559
00:38:37,040 --> 00:38:39,032
that you wouldn't catch it.
560
00:38:40,280 --> 00:38:42,112
Looks like I was right.
561
00:38:42,280 --> 00:38:44,237
He's clean.
562

00:38:45,600 --> 00:38:47,831


Yo, I remember this place.
563
00:38:48,000 --> 00:38:51,391
It's the very first place
we cooked, like, ever.
564
00:38:52,520 --> 00:38:55,319
It is, isn't it?
565
00:38:56,400 --> 00:38:59,791
Hey, what say you save us
the busywork, Walt,
566
00:38:59,960 --> 00:39:02,759
and point out the spot
where you buried your money?
567
00:39:07,560 --> 00:39:09,040
No?
568
00:39:09,800 --> 00:39:11,314
No matter.
569
00:39:11,480 --> 00:39:14,712
I'll get a search team out here.
We'll find it.
570
00:39:17,480 --> 00:39:20,120
Agent Gomez, should we flip
a coin for the honors?
571
00:39:20,280 --> 00:39:22,920
No way, man. It's all yours.
572
00:39:24,880 --> 00:39:26,234
Walter White,
573
00:39:26,400 --> 00:39:28,631
you have the right to remain silent.
574
00:39:28,840 --> 00:39:31,309
Anything you say can
and will be used against you
575
00:39:31,480 --> 00:39:32,960
in a court of law.

576
00:39:33,120 --> 00:39:34,918
You have the right
to speak to an attorney
577
00:39:35,080 --> 00:39:36,833
and have an attorney present
during questioning.
578
00:39:37,080 --> 00:39:38,719
If you cannot afford an attorney,
579
00:39:38,880 --> 00:39:41,634
one will be provided for you
at the government's expense.
580
00:39:41,960 --> 00:39:45,840
Do you understand these rights
as I have just recited them to you?
581
00:39:47,080 --> 00:39:48,799
Coward.
582
00:40:06,520 --> 00:40:08,000
- Get-- Get over here!
- Bring it!
583
00:40:08,320 --> 00:40:10,994
Get in the truck, will you?
Bring it, bitch!
584
00:40:11,160 --> 00:40:12,992
Put him in the car!
Come on! Come on!
585
00:40:13,160 --> 00:40:15,391
Get in the car! Hurry up!
586
00:40:19,160 --> 00:40:21,152
Get in the car, kid. Come on.
587
00:40:30,240 --> 00:40:32,709
Gonna take him down
for booking, okay?
588
00:40:32,880 --> 00:40:35,156
You should stay here

till I come back with a search team.


589
00:40:35,320 --> 00:40:38,313
You got it.
I'd take the kid with me,
590
00:40:38,480 --> 00:40:41,439
but they'd probably
kill each other on the way.
591
00:40:41,600 --> 00:40:44,434
Congratulations, buddy.
Hey.
592
00:40:49,120 --> 00:40:51,589
I'll call the tribal police,
let them know we're here.
593
00:40:52,360 --> 00:40:54,397
Gonna make a phone call.
594
00:41:10,000 --> 00:41:14,358
Hank, why is there what looks like
brains in our garbage can?
595
00:41:14,840 --> 00:41:17,196
Hey, baby. I got him.
596
00:41:17,360 --> 00:41:18,396
Dead to rights.
597
00:41:19,760 --> 00:41:22,400
You got Walt?
<i>Yeah.</i>
598
00:41:22,560 --> 00:41:25,155
<i>I got him in handcuffs as we speak.</i>
599
00:41:25,520 --> 00:41:27,751
<i>Want me to wave to him for you?</i>
600
00:41:31,800 --> 00:41:34,759
Heh, heh. Well, he's not-601
00:41:34,920 --> 00:41:36,752
He's not feeling too friendly.

602
00:41:37,320 --> 00:41:39,710
Oh, my God.
603
00:41:39,880 --> 00:41:41,792
You did it.
604
00:41:42,880 --> 00:41:44,872
Thank God.
605
00:41:45,040 --> 00:41:47,919
Things are gonna be a little rough
for the next couple weeks,
606
00:41:48,080 --> 00:41:49,400
but they'll get better.
607
00:41:54,320 --> 00:41:55,834
Baby, you okay?
608
00:41:58,400 --> 00:42:00,676
I'm much better now.
609
00:42:03,200 --> 00:42:04,759
I gotta go.
610
00:42:05,440 --> 00:42:07,318
It may be a while
before I get home.
611
00:42:11,600 --> 00:42:13,193
I love you.
612
00:42:14,360 --> 00:42:16,511
I love you too.
613
00:42:46,520 --> 00:42:47,556
Who the hell is this?
614
00:42:47,720 --> 00:42:49,712
Tribal police?
615
00:42:52,040 --> 00:42:55,317
Hank! Hank! Hank!
616
00:43:12,640 --> 00:43:13,676

No-617
00:43:22,440 --> 00:43:24,875
Police! Drop your weapons!
618
00:43:25,080 --> 00:43:26,230
Jack, don't do it!
619
00:43:28,440 --> 00:43:29,840
Jack!
620
00:43:32,680 --> 00:43:35,639
Drop your weapons!
621
00:43:35,840 --> 00:43:37,797
You heard the man! Put them down!
622
00:43:37,960 --> 00:43:40,156
How do we know you're cops?
623
00:43:40,440 --> 00:43:42,432
Show us some ID!
624
00:43:43,200 --> 00:43:46,034
Damn straight!
Let's see some badges!
625
00:43:46,560 --> 00:43:47,994
Jack!
626
00:43:48,840 --> 00:43:50,832
Jack, don't do it!
627
00:43:51,040 --> 00:43:52,520
Jack!
628
00:43:52,880 --> 00:43:56,556
No, Jack, it's off! Jack!
629
00:43:57,280 --> 00:43:59,670
We'll give ourselves up,
you show us some badges!
630
00:44:02,480 --> 00:44:04,358
Simple as that!

631
00:44:06,160 --> 00:44:07,799
How about it?
632
00:44:08,480 --> 00:44:09,675
No!
633
00:44:10,840 --> 00:44:14,311
Jack!
634
00:44:16,480 --> 00:44:19,279
Jack, it's off! Forget it!
635
00:44:20,960 --> 00:44:22,553
Jack!