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->''"Right now, Tuco's thinking, "Yeah, hey, they cook good meth, but can I trust them?" What happens when he decides "no"?"''

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->''"Right now, Tuco's thinking, "Yeah, 'Yeah, hey, they cook good meth, but can I trust them?" them?' What happens when he decides "no"?"'''no'?"''


->''"Did you not see him beat a dude to death for, like, nothing? And that way–that way he just kept staring at us. Saying, "You're done." You're done?! You wanna know what that means? I will tell you what that means! That means exactly how it sounds, yo! Alright, we are witnesses, we are loose ends! Right now, Tuco's thinking, "Yeah, hey, they cook good meth, but can I trust them?" What happens when he decides "no"?"''

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->''"Did you not see him beat a dude to death for, like, nothing? And that way–that way he just kept staring at us. Saying, "You're done." You're done?! You wanna know what that means? I will tell you what that means! That means exactly how it sounds, yo! Alright, we are witnesses, we are loose ends! Right ->''"Right now, Tuco's thinking, "Yeah, hey, they cook good meth, but can I trust them?" What happens when he decides "no"?"''

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->''"Did you not see him beat a dude to death for, like, nothing? And that way–that way he just kept staring at us. Saying, "You're done." You're done?! You wanna know what that means? I will tell you what that means! That means exactly how it sounds, yo! Alright, we are witnesses, we are loose ends! Right now, Tuco's thinking, "Yeah, hey, they cook good meth, but can I trust them?" What happens when he decides "no"?"''
-->-- '''Jesse Pinkman'''

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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Hank attempts to persuade Skyler to start talking to Marie again, making the case that Marie requires support to overcome her shoplifting problem... only for Skyler to tear Hank a new one for daring to believe Marie should deserve any sympathy when Skyler herself has to deal with being unexpectedly pregnant at 40, her son's delinquency, her husband's delinquency ''and'' lung cancer, and her water heater leaking enough to rot her house's floor.

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* RightForTheWrongReasons: Walt and Jesse both assume Tuco killed Gonzo and he’s now coming for them. As it turns out, Gonzo got himself killed when he went to move No-Doze’s body. Nevertheless, Tuco is still coming after them as shown at the end of the episode.


** The teddy bear foreshadows how Gus dies in [[Recap/BreakingBadS4E13FaceOff the Season Four finale]].

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** The teddy bear foreshadows how Gus dies an important event in [[Recap/BreakingBadS4E13FaceOff the Season Four finale]].



** Before Hank comes to beg her to talk to Marie, Skyler is seen looking at an old photograph of her and another man: Ted Beneke, her old boss whom she would go back to work for later in the season, and whom [[Recap/BreakingBadS3E3IFT she would later have an affair with]].

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** Before Hank comes to beg her to talk to Marie, Skyler is seen looking at an old photograph of her and another man: Ted Beneke, her old boss whom she would go back to work for later in the season, and whom [[Recap/BreakingBadS3E3IFT she would later have an affair with]].Beneke.


** Before Hank comes to beg her to talk to Marie, Skyler is seen looking at an old photograph of her and another man: Ted Beneke, her old boss whom she would go back to work for later in the season, and whom [[Recap/BreakingBadS3E3IFT she would later fuck]].

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** Before Hank comes to beg her to talk to Marie, Skyler is seen looking at an old photograph of her and another man: Ted Beneke, her old boss whom she would go back to work for later in the season, and whom [[Recap/BreakingBadS3E3IFT she would later fuck]].have an affair with]].


* CPRCleanPrettyReliable: {{Averted}}. White knows they should call an ambulance first and that the KissOfLife has been disproven as effective. [[RealityEnsues Of course, it doesn't work.]]

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* CPRCleanPrettyReliable: {{Averted}}. White knows they should call an ambulance first and that the KissOfLife has been disproven as effective. [[RealityEnsues [[SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome Of course, it doesn't work.]]



* RealityEnsues: The episode proper picks up right where we left off, with Tuco beating No-Doze up and then leaving... only for him to show back up a minute or so later, demanding Walt and Jesse help him, as he was beginning to convulse and he had no idea why. Apparently it slipped his drug-addled mind that, if you beat a person within an inch of their life, they would start to ''die''. What's worse, he demands that they give him CPR, which would not have saved No-Doze in any possible sense.

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* RealityEnsues: SurprisinglyRealisticOutcome: The episode proper picks up right where we left off, with Tuco beating No-Doze up and then leaving... only for him to show back up a minute or so later, demanding Walt and Jesse help him, as he was beginning to convulse and he had no idea why. Apparently it slipped his drug-addled mind that, if you beat a person within an inch of their life, they would start to ''die''. What's worse, he demands that they give him CPR, which would not have saved No-Doze in any possible sense.


* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Walt has this reaction after he nearly forces hinself on his wife.
* OhCrap: Walt and Jesse's silent but visceral reaction to watching Tuco beat No-Doze to death.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Walt has this reaction after he nearly forces hinself himself on his wife.
* OhCrap: Walt and Jesse's silent but visceral reaction to watching Tuco beat No-Doze to death. They have another one later when they see that Gonzo is dead, mistakingly thinking that Tuco offed him and is likely closing in on ''them'' next.



* TitleDrop: In addition to being part of the secret message, seven thirty seven is also Walt's estimate of how much he needs (in thousands of dollars) in order to pay for his treatment and leave his family enough money to live off when he's gone.

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* TitleDrop: In addition to being part of the secret message, seven thirty seven thirty-seven is also Walt's estimate of how much he needs (in thousands of dollars) in order to pay for his treatment and leave his family enough money to live off when he's gone.


* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Walt has this recation after he nearly forces hinself on his wife.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Walt has this recation reaction after he nearly forces hinself on his wife.


* NotWhatItLooksLike: While at the junkyard, Hank texts Walt a photo, revealing Gonzo's corpse right next to No-Doze's. This prompts Walt and Jesse to assume Tuco killed Gonzo, when in reality we later learn that Gonzo died in a freak accident; as he was hiding No-Doze's corpse in a pile of cars, one fell on Gonzo in such away that he got trapped and unable to free himself as he bled out from an injury sustained from the car.

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* NotWhatItLooksLike: While at the junkyard, Hank texts Walt a photo, revealing Gonzo's corpse right next to No-Doze's. This prompts Walt and Jesse to assume Tuco killed Gonzo, when in reality we later learn that Gonzo died in a freak accident; as he was hiding No-Doze's corpse in a pile of cars, one fell on Gonzo in such away a way that he got trapped and unable to free himself as he bled out from an injury sustained from the car.


As Skyler and Marie's relationship become rocky over Marie's shoplifting and her subsequent refusal to discuss it, Hank and Gomez watch grainy surveillance footage of two thieves breaking into a chemical plant to steal methylamine, supposedly to make old-fashioned biker crank. Little did Hank know, one of the masked thieves in the grainy video was none other than his brother-in-law...

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As Skyler and Marie's relationship become becomes rocky over Marie's shoplifting and her subsequent refusal to discuss it, Hank and Gomez watch grainy surveillance footage of two thieves breaking into a chemical plant to steal methylamine, supposedly to make old-fashioned biker crank. Little did Hank know, one of the masked thieves in the grainy video was none other than his brother-in-law...


* PetTheDog: Walter tells Jesse to leave town so he won't be in any danger from Tuco.


* PetTheDog: Walter tells Jesse to leave town so he won't be in any dnager from Tuco.

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* PetTheDog: Walter tells Jesse to leave town so he won't be in any dnager danger from Tuco.

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*MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Walt has this recation after he nearly forces hinself on his wife.


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*PetTheDog: Walter tells Jesse to leave town so he won't be in any dnager from Tuco.

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