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In other words, they can make a fuck ton of money. And that’s that.
At one point, Walt asks Lydia why she never made this pitch to Gus. A little emphatic, Lydia informs him she did make this pitch and that Gus OK’ed it. She keeps arguing, but Walt cuts her off. “Learn to take ‘yes’ for an answer,” he tells her. (Which echoes exactly what Mike told him last season.
But Walt still needs those ten names. So Lydia takes out a piece of paper and a pen.
Their business concluded, they shake hands and Lydia leaves. But before Walt leaves himself, he picks up his hat off the table. Under it, this entire time, it turns out, was the tiny tube of ricin. So…I guess Walt wasn’t actually mocking her when he suggested he might kill her in front of all these people.
WALT AND SKYLER’S HOUSE
Back at home, the ricin goes into its hiding place inside the electrical outlet behind the nightstand in their bedroom. Then Walt takes out his phone and makes a call. He wants Todd to set up a meeting w/ his uncle.
A HOTEL ROOM
And wouldn’t you know it, but now Walt finds himself in a room full of Aryans. Looks like that’s who Todd’s uncle runs with…
The Nazis discuss the plan. The ten names on Walt’s list are spread across a couple prisons in the area, but the Aryans have people in all of them. Shouldn’t be a problem actually getting to them. The tricky part is they want this to be done quietly, so they’ll have to find a way to do that. But the really tricky part is, Walt wants all nine of them killed within two minutes of each other. (That way once the bodies start to drop the DEA can’t isolate the remaining ones).
The Aryan guy isn’t optimistic about pulling this off. Here, Walt just sort of zones out. He stares at the drab motel art hanging on the wall and wonders about who made it. Probably to make the Aryans impressed with how little he’s afraid of them.
The Aryan concludes that this job is doable, but now how Walt wants it. And Walt, unconcerned, challenges the Aryan guy to be a man. Get it done. The Aryan can’t help but be impressed.
WALT AND SKYLER’S HOUSE
Later, Walt is in the house alone. He checks his watch, (the one Jesse got him as a gift). The appointed time for Mike’s nine associates to die has arrived. And we get a montage of the various Aryan brothers in different prisons across New Mexico doing their jobs. While…a Nat King Cole song plays. Festive!