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In the desert, Walt, Jesse, and Todd wait at the bridge for the train to come. Meanwhile Mike watches his guy bring the dump truck onto the tracks. (Oh, by the way, it’s Bill Burr handling this part of the job).
The train approaches. The engineer sees the truck and hits the brakes. As the train slows, it crosses the bridge, where Walt, Jesse, and Todd wait underneath out of sight.
Finally the train stops a little short of the truck, and Walt, Jesse, and Todd get to work. They take out hoses, pipes, and a generator and starts the process of siphoning methylamine out of the train and replacing it with water.
Meanwhile, Bill Burr stalls the engineers. This is a tricky thing because technically there’s nothing wrong with the truck, and the engineers presumably know a thing or two about vehicles, so how is this going to be believable?
The engineers climb into the truck to see what’s wrong with it. Inside the cab, Bill Burr turns on the parking brake. (I think…basically he switches the “car won’t go” lever…I’m not handy with cars. It’s not like I’m a train engineer or something).
Anyway, this gives the guys a clear shot to get onto the train and start siphoning. Jesse unscrews the valve on the bottom of the tank and hooks up the hose to let the methylamine out, while Todd climbs on top of the train and opens a hatch to let the water in.
Bill Burr gets behind the wheel of the truck to see if the engine will start, but it won’t. He and the engineers decide to try to push the truck off the tracks.
The methylamine is coming out on schedule. Walter turns on the generator to pump the water into the train. The plan is working!
And then, a good Samaritan shows up at the dump truck. It’s a man in a pickup truck. He offers to push the dump truck off the tracks for them. This’ll get the truck off the tracks sooner than Walt and everyone want. The engineers are grateful for the help because they’re already behind schedule. The Samaritan turns his truck around to give the dumper a push.
Mike radios Walt to get his guys off the train, but Walt hasn’t siphoned out enough methylamine yet!
The Samaritan clears the train tracks. The engineers return to the train!
Mike tells Walt to get everyone the hell out of there, but Walt makes them continue. They’re almost at 1,000 gallons!
The train starts moving. The hoses are still attached! Todd is still on top of the train! Jesse is still UNDER the train!
Walt finally gets enough methylamine. He tells Jesse and Todd to disengage.
Todd quickly bolts the hatch back onto the train and jumps off to safety. Jesse screws the valve back onto the methylamine tank…but he can’t get out in time! He has to lie flat while the train passes over him!
And finally, the train heads off, they have their chemicals, and they’ve displaced the theft with the water. Everything is A-OK!