First Aired: Sep. 08, 2013 on AMC
Summary: Walt called Todd to tell him that he has a new job for his uncle. Lydia, Todd, and his uncle (Jack) in their meth lab discuss the color of the meth. The new meth, which has a 76% purity level, isn’t blue which bothers Lydia because that’s what her customers are used to seeing. Later,…
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Yo, I remember this place. It's the very first place we cooked, like, ever. It is, isn't it?
Don't you know me by now?Jesse Pinkman:
I know you're a lying, evil scumbag... that's what I know.
Marie Schrader: [on phone] Hank, why are there what looks like brains in our garbage can?
- Goof (continuity error): Walt visits the site where he has buried his money. From then to the end of the program sometimes he is in bright sunshine and dark shadows. Sometimes the sky is overcast and the ground is dull. After Hank, Jesse and Gomez arrive, most of the close up shots of Walter show him in bright sunshine & dark shadow. The long distance shots of Hank, Jesse and Gomez show them in bright sunshine & dark shadow. However, (most of) the close up shots of Hank, Jesse and Gomez show them under a cloudy sky. There is no bright sunshine & deep shadows. Walt remains in bright sunshine & dark shadows. When Walt joins the others in close camera work they are in bright sunshine with dark shadows. See the shadow of Walt's shoulder on Hank's shirt. Jessie then appears in bright sunshine and under an overcast sky (his face is illuminated by the Sun then under an overcast sky then in bright sunshine when Walt says: "Coward." After Walt is put in the car both cars are shown in bright sunshine then under shadows. Then in bright sunshine.
- To'hajiilee is the Native American reservation where Walt buried his money and where he first cooked meth.
- To'hajiilee is a noncontiguous section of the Navajo Indian Reservation, located in New Mexico. The word comes from the Navajo phrase tó hajiileehé, meaning "where people draw up water by means of a cord or rope one quantity after another."