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* ForTheEvulz: Walt forcing Walt Jr. to drink tequila until he vomits. While this is far less horrible than many of the others, it has the distinction of being the first time he did something sadistic for no conceivable rational reason, but just because he could. Furthermore, this stands out for his serious drive for malice, egomania, and a desire to be dominant.




* KickTheDog:Walter makes his son drink tequila until he vomits and smiles sadistically when he does so.

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* KickTheDog:Walter makes his son drink tequila until he vomits and smiles sadisticalky when he does so.


* DoWrongRight: At a hardware store, Walt notices someone buying stuff for cooking meth. He proceeds to explain the problems with the guy’s method of doing this.

* KickTheDog:Walter makes his son drink tequila until he vomits and smiles sadistically when he does so.

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* DoWrongRight: At a hardware store, Walt notices someone buying stuff for cooking meth. He proceeds to explain the problems with the guy’s method of doing this.

* KickTheDog:Walter makes his son drink tequila until he vomits and smiles sadistically when he does so.
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As lingering feelings begin to build between Skyler and Ted Beneke, Walt goes to a hardware store for supplies in his latest project; replacing the rotting boards in his house. He notices one of the customers there had a basket filled with acetone, lye, and other materials for cooking meth. He quietly gives the owner of the cart advice on how to conduct their business, spooking him. Later, Walt steps out to find the would-be meth cook and his friend. He approaches them, stares them dead in the eye, and gives them a simple instruction:

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As lingering feelings begin to build between Skyler and Ted Beneke, Walt goes to a hardware store for supplies in his latest project; replacing the rotting boards in his house. He notices one of the customers there had a basket filled with acetone, lye, and other materials for cooking meth. He quietly gives the owner of the cart advice on how to conduct their business, spooking him. Later, Walt steps out to find the would-be meth cook and his friend. He approaches them, stares them dead in the eye, and gives them a simple instruction:
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* DissonantSerenity: While Skyler and Hank's attention is on his son kneeling by the pool, Walt sits back down and, seemingly uncaring about the incident he caused, quietly downs another shot of tequila while Walt Jr. can still be heard retching in the background.

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* DoWrongRight: At a hardware store, Walt notices someone buying stuff for cooking meth. He proceeds to explain the problems with the guy’s method of doing this.


* {{Foreshadowing}}: The ColdOpen and title of the episode are the third part (following "[[Recap/BreakingBadS2E1SevenThirtySeven Seven Thirty Seven]]" and "[[Recap/BreakingBadS2E4Down Down]]") of a short film and hidden message, respectively, which foreshadows the ending of Season 2.

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The ColdOpen and title of the episode are the third part (following "[[Recap/BreakingBadS2E1SevenThirtySeven Seven Thirty Seven]]" and "[[Recap/BreakingBadS2E4Down Down]]") of a short film and hidden message, respectively, which foreshadows the ending of Season 2.2.
** Jesse wants to bring Jane breakfast in bed, but she walks on him in the kitchen. He says "You weren't supposed to wake up", and she responds "Ever, or...?"


* {{Foreshadowing}}
** The ColdOpen and title of the episode are the third part (following "[[Recap/BreakingBadS2E1SevenThirtySeven Seven Thirty Seven]]" and "[[Recap/BreakingBadS2E4Down Down]]") of a short film and hidden message, respectively, which foreshadows the ending of Season 2.

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{{Foreshadowing}}: The ColdOpen and title of the episode are the third part (following "[[Recap/BreakingBadS2E1SevenThirtySeven Seven Thirty Seven]]" and "[[Recap/BreakingBadS2E4Down Down]]") of a short film and hidden message, respectively, which foreshadows the ending of Season 2.


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A party is held for Walt to celebrate his remission. All throughout, however, Walt feels awkward and depressed. As he drinks, he begins to offer Hank and Junior, only 16, tequila. Hank goes along with Walt offering his son alcohol at first, but becomes worries when Walt continues to fill Junior's glass and making him drink. Hank decides to take the bottle away, but this causes Walt's temper to flare. Tensions build between Walt and Hank, but are dispelled when Junior, unable to hold his liquor, starts to vomit into the swimming pool.

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A party is held for Walt to celebrate his remission. All throughout, however, Walt feels awkward and depressed. As he drinks, he begins to offer Hank and Junior, only 16, tequila. Hank goes along with Walt offering his son alcohol at first, but becomes worries worried when Walt continues to fill Junior's glass and making forces him to drink. Hank decides to take the bottle away, but this causes Walt's temper to flare. Tensions build between Walt and Hank, but are dispelled when Junior, unable to hold his liquor, starts to vomit into the swimming pool.



As lingering feelings begin to build between Skyler and Ted Beneke, Walt goes to a hardware store. He notices one of the customers there had a basket filled with acetone, lye, and other materials for cooking meth. He quietly gives the owner of the cart advice on how to conduct their business, spooking him. Later, Walt steps out to find the would-be meth cook and his friend. He approaches them, stares them dead in the eye, and gives them a simple instruction:

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As lingering feelings begin to build between Skyler and Ted Beneke, Walt goes to a hardware store.store for supplies in his latest project; replacing the rotting boards in his house. He notices one of the customers there had a basket filled with acetone, lye, and other materials for cooking meth. He quietly gives the owner of the cart advice on how to conduct their business, spooking him. Later, Walt steps out to find the would-be meth cook and his friend. He approaches them, stares them dead in the eye, and gives them a simple instruction:


As lingering feelings begin to build between Skyler and Ted Beneke, Walt goes to a hardware store. He notices some of the customers there had a basket filled with acetone, lye, and other materials for cooking meth. He quietly gives the owners of the cart advice on how to conduct their business, spooking them. Later, Walt steps out to find the two would-be meth cooks. He approaches them, stares them dead in the eye, and gives them a simple instruction:

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As lingering feelings begin to build between Skyler and Ted Beneke, Walt goes to a hardware store. He notices some one of the customers there had a basket filled with acetone, lye, and other materials for cooking meth. He quietly gives the owners owner of the cart advice on how to conduct their business, spooking them. him. Later, Walt steps out to find the two would-be meth cooks.cook and his friend. He approaches them, stares them dead in the eye, and gives them a simple instruction:


As Walt tries to make amends for his behavior during the party and buys a new water heater for his family, Jesse and Jane look over Jesse's drawing of superheroes that he made as a kid, with Jane noticing that each hero Jesse drew was essentially an idealized version of himself. When she hears a knock on her door, however, she rushes out of Jesse's backdoor and sneaks back into her own house to answer. The man knocking on her door is her father, Donald Margolis, come to pick Jane up for a Narcotics Anonymous meeting. When Jesse steps out to see what's going on, Jane takes a moment to introduce her father to Jesse, her "tenant". After she returns home, Jesse asks about the "total diss" he felt Jane made to him. Jane tried to explain that she was doing Jesse a favor, that her father would not take kindly to learning she was sleeping with a tenant who also smoked weed. Jesse explains that it's not just about her father, but about himself and Jane, "You and me". When Jane asks "Who's 'you and me'?", an exasperated Jesse leaves to smoke some meth. After he returns home, Jane slides something under his back door. It's a drawing of a superheroine named "Apology Girl", who looks much like an idealized version of Jane. This gesture leaves Jesse smiling.

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As Walt tries to make amends for his behavior during the party and buys a new water heater for his family, Jesse and Jane look over Jesse's drawing of superheroes that he made as a kid, with Jane noticing that each hero Jesse drew was essentially an idealized version of himself. When she hears a knock on her door, however, she rushes out of Jesse's backdoor and sneaks back into her own house home to answer. The man knocking on her door is her father, Donald Margolis, come to pick Jane up for a Narcotics Anonymous meeting. When Jesse steps out to see what's going on, Jane takes a moment to introduce her father to Jesse, her "tenant". After she returns home, Jesse asks about the "total diss" he felt Jane made to him. Jane tried to explain that she was doing Jesse a favor, that her father would not take kindly to learning she was sleeping with a tenant who also smoked weed. Jesse explains that it's not just about her father, but about himself and Jane, "You and me". When Jane asks "Who's 'you and me'?", an exasperated Jesse leaves to smoke some meth. After he returns home, Jane slides something under his back door. It's a drawing of a superheroine named "Apology Girl", who looks much like an idealized version of Jane. This gesture leaves Jesse smiling.

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