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HANK
So, what do ya say, buddy? Got another field trip in ya?
WALTER WHITE
Uh, Hank, uh, I mean, it sounds great, really does, but y'know, I won't lie, you caught me somewhat...indisposed.
HANK
What do ya mean, like, taking a dump indisposed?
WALTER WHITE
Yeah, that's...embarrassingly, that's it. Y'know, it's just upset stomach and everything. It's out of control...really explosive. Bad Tex-Mex at the mall.
HANK
Yeah yeah yeah I get it, you don't have to paint me a picture. Probably one guy in a diaper is enough for this trip anyway.
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MERKERT
So Hector Salamanca killed Fring. Then who gave Salamanca the bomb?
HANK
A whole lot of questions. Not much in the way of answers. Yet.
GOMEZ
The APD did find some of Fring's financials. That just might lead to something.
MERKERT
I had him out to my house. Fourth of July, cooked out in the backyard. My son shucked the corn, my daughter cut up potatoes. Fring brought sea bass. Every time I grill it now, I make a little foil pouch, just like he showed me. That whole night, we were laughing, telling stories, drinking wine. And he's somebody else completely...
MERKERT
...Right in front of me. Right under my nose.
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HANK
Been thinking about this summer job I used to have.
WALTER H. WHITE
Oh, yeah?
HANK
Back in college, I'd spend my days...marking trees in the woods with those orange spray cans.
WALTER H. WHITE
Marking trees?
HANK
Yeah, crews would come in later and find the trees I tagged and cut 'em down. First you go in and you mark locations for your skid trails and landings. Then you choose specific trees all within a selected grid. Every day, I'd go back — hiking — pick up where I'd left off.
WALTER H. WHITE
Huh...sounds nice, being out in the woods all day.
HANK
Ehhh, it wasn't so great. I'd get sunburned...there were mosquitoes. Just wanted to make a few bucks. Buy beer. I've been thinking about that job more and more lately. Maybe I should've enjoyed it more. Tagging trees is a lot better than chasing monsters.
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WALTER H. WHITE
Well, it’s good to see you up and about.
HANK
Yeah.
WALTER H. WHITE
How you feeling?
HANK
Well, you know. I’ve been better, but... I don’t know.
WALTER H. WHITE
Have you... Did you get to see a doctor? I mean, when one of these things last more than three days, you really should get that checked.
HANK
Yeah, no, I... I did and I’m fine. I’m, uh... I’m what they say on the upswing, you know?
WALTER H. WHITE
Um. Good, good to hear.
HANK
Yeah.
WALTER H. WHITE
When I heard you weren’t going in to work, I... Well, looks like you have the work coming to you. Perks of being the boss, huh?
HANK
Yeah, you know. How’s, uh... How’s things at the car wash?
WALTER H. WHITE
Good. Yeah, really good. Hey, did you have any of that potato salad?
HANK
I don’t know. Maybe. Yeah, I mean.
WALTER H. WHITE
No one else got sick, so you probably shouldn’t worry about it. Well, Skyler will be very happy to hear that you’re felling better. Which reminds me, I better get back to it. If there’s anything I can do...
WALTER H. WHITE
Feel better.
WALTER H. WHITE
You know. You're going to laugh, but I have to ask you... about this.
WALTER H. WHITE
Believe it or not, I found this on my car. I mean, it looks just like the GPS tracker that we used on Gus Fring, doesn't it? Back when we were tracking him, just the two of us. You wouldn't know anything about this, would you, Hank?
WALTER H. WHITE
You okay? I gotta say, I don't like the way you're looking at me right now.
WALTER H. WHITE
Hank.
HANK
It was you. All along, it was you! You son of a bitch. You drove me into traffic to keep me from that laundry...
WALTER H. WHITE
Calm down.
HANK
That call I got telling me Marie was in the hospital? That wasn't Pinkman. You had my cell number. You killed ten witnesses to save your sorry ass.
WALTER H. WHITE
Listen to me.
HANK
You bombed a nursing home. Heisenberg. Heisenberg! You lying, two-faced sack of shit!
WALTER H. WHITE
Hank, look... I don't–I don't know where this is coming from Hank, but–
HANK
I swear to Christ, I will put you under the jail.
WALTER H. WHITE
Let's take a breath, okay? Just listen to yourself. These wild accusations, they could destroy our family! And for what?
HANK
Don't you give me shit about family!
WALTER H. WHITE
Hank, my cancer is back.
HANK
Good. Rot, you son of a bitch.
WALTER H. WHITE
I'm sorry you feel that way. I wanna beat this thing. I do. I’m back on chemo, and I am fighting like hell. But the truth is in six months you won’t have someone to prosecute. But even– even if somehow you were able to convince anyone I was capable of doing these things, you and I both know I would never see the inside of a jail cell. I’m a dying man who runs a car wash. My right hand to God, that is all that I am. What’s the point?
HANK
Have Skyler bring the kids here, and then we’ll talk.
WALTER H. WHITE
That is not going to happen.
HANK
I don't know who you are. I don't even know who I'm talking to.
WALTER H. WHITE
If that's true – if you don't know who I am – then maybe your best course would be to tread lightly.
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HANK
Skyler, my– my head is spinning. And yours... I–I can't even imagine. So much makes sense to me now. You jumping in the pool. You sending us your kids, I get it. I just wished I'd seen it sooner. He's a monster. He's a– Look, I don't know what he did to you to force you to keep his secrets. If he threatened you, or whatever mind games he played. I don't know if there was abuse. But I want you to know that you can be open with me. Don't hold anything back, okay? I mean, I don't even understand if you know the full extent of this, what he's done. Not just the meth cooking, but the lives he's destroyed. But look, that's all behind you. Starting now, you're done being his victim. Because here's what we're gonna do. Sky, here's what we're gonna do: you and the kids are gonna move back to our house where you'll be safe, where he can't get to you.
SKYLER WHITE
Hank, does Marie...
HANK
No, no, we'll get to that soon enough. It's just you and me right now, okay?
SKYLER WHITE
Okay.
HANK
Before we, um, before we get you back to the house, I...
HANK
I'm gonna ask you to tell me everything you can. Um, take as long as you like. Just, um, start from the beginning when you first became aware of Walt's activities, and just– just try to be as detailed as you can.
SKYLER WHITE
Um, what? Right–right here? Right now?
HANK
Sure, why not? While it's still fresh, you know? And just, um, just, um, remember to, um, just state your name and the date before you start.
SKYLER WHITE
Hank, do... do we have to– have to do this right now?
HANK
No, we—we don't have to do this right now. No.
HANK
But just here's the thing. You see, I need something solid that I can bring to my people. A statement on the record. So you testifying to Walt's criminal activities – whatever you know – can go a long, long way here. Okay, I mean, you see, building a case this big, gathering all this evidence, enough to get a conviction– we're talking a long-haul proposition here. And I don't want that bastard running out the clock. But with your testimony—
SKYLER WHITE
Wait, what do you mean "running out the clock?"
HANK
His cancer. His cancer's back. So he said. He didn't tell you? Who's to say it's even true? Lying piece of shit. Look, regardless, I mean, we'll just assume. Fine. Okay? You know what? That son of a bitch looks me in the eye and he says if what I know is true, if... he'll be dead before I can prove it. The balls on that son of a– I got all these little pieces. They're all part of the story, right? But they don't mean much on their own. But when you start telling me what you know, when you start filling the gaps, I'll have him in lockup before the sun goes down.
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HANK
Look, the day I go in with this, it's the last day of my career, Marie. I'm going to have to walk in there, look those people in the eye and admit that the person I've been chasing the past year is my own brother-in-law. It's over for me. Ten seconds after I tell this story, I'm a civilian. Then how can we help Skyler when she comes to her senses? When I go in there, I'm bringing proof. Not suspicion. I can be the man who caught him, at least.
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SKYLER WHITE
Hank, I... I... I think maybe... maybe I need a lawyer.
HANK
What? No, no, no, no, you don't.
SKYLER WHITE
I– I think maybe I do.
HANK
Skyler, understand, I am here to help you. But to do that, I need your help. We start bringing in lawyers and they start putting up roadblocks where they don't need to be, and my ability to control the situation diminishes.
SKYLER WHITE
Just for my own protection. It just, you know, it seems to make sense that I should have someone to talk to.
HANK
Skyler, I am your– your biggest advocate here, and I'm telling you, for your own good, you need to get out ahead of this thing. I mean, you start – you know – getting defensive, I– I'm not saying it's right, but I'll tell you it's a fact. The D.A. will look at you differently.
SKYLER WHITE
But you don't know that.
HANK
Skyler, yes, I–I do. I've been around long enough to know. It's in your best interest to get out there and show the world you have nothing to hide. Look, no one in the world is more important to me than your sister. So believe me when I tell you that your best interest and mine are the same.
SKYLER WHITE
But Hank, you telling me not to talk to a lawyer doesn't sound like that at all. It sounds like what you want... what you want is to get Walt at all costs.
HANK
Okay. Okay. Let's just slow down. Slow down. You can. You can talk to a lawyer later. But right now, what we need to do, we need to go get the kids, we need to bring them to my house where they are safe. And then we need to help each other put this animal away, okay?
HANK
Come on.
SKYLER WHITE
Hank.
HANK
No, come on. Let's go to the house and we'll deal with it there. Come on.
SKYLER WHITE
Am I under arrest?
HANK
What?
SKYLER WHITE
Am I under arrest?
HANK
Skyler. I–I– You're not thinking straight about this. You have to listen to me. I–Skyler...
HANK
Skyler, Skyler, Skyler–
SKYLER WHITE
Am I under arrest?
HANK
No. No. No.
SKYLER WHITE
Am I under arrest?!
HANK
No. Sky– Shhh!
SKYLER WHITE
Am I under arrest?! HANK, ARE YOU ARRESTING ME?
HANK
Sky–
SKYLER WHITE
AM I UNDER ARREST?!
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HANK
Mr. Pinkman. How are you today? Not so good, huh? 'Course, uh, I might be able to help you out. I wanna talk to you about your partner, Heisenberg. See, I know he's my brother-in-law, Walt.
HANK
Oh, yeah. That's the look. Lucky for you, I'm more interested in him. So I got an offer. If you help me out here, tell me all about you and him and your little meth business, maybe I talk to my friends at the APD and make all this go away. I know he's the mastermind here. Plus... I'm thinking based on your recent activities that, uh... maybe there's a little trouble in paradise? Maybe you guys aren't, uh, getting along so good? I'm right, aren't I?
JESSE PINKMAN
Eat me.
HANK
Sure that's how you want to play this?
JESSE PINKMAN
Why don't you try and beat it out of me? That's your thing, right?
HANK
He really did a number on you, didn't he? I don't know, but... happy people usually don't go around... throwing millions of dollars away. I don't think, uh, Walt's gonna be patting you on the back for that. But maybe that's the point. 'Cause, you see, I get that. My own brother-in-law, lying to me for over a year, using me. Maybe you understand that feeling. Help me out here, Jesse... and we can put him away. I know you want that. I think you wanna talk.
JESSE PINKMAN
Not to you.
SAUL GOODMAN
Agent Schrader. Beat any good suspects lately? [to the two detectives] Hey, tall and taller, ask him his history with my client. He knocked the poor kid unconscious last time they were alone together. So what'll it be, gentlemen, a civil rights lawsuit the size of Montana? 'Cause I'll oblige you. [Hank starts to leave] Oh, so long, Rocky. Keep your left up. Detectives, I'm inviting you to leave.
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MARIE SCHRADER
Who do you think he's shown this to?
HANK
No one. It's a threat. It's what he will do if I don't back off.
MARIE SCHRADER
I think you should show this to Ramey. Just get ahead of it. That video is a bunch of lies, Hank. Anybody who knows you will know–
HANK
$177,000? Hell's he talking about? Marie?
MARIE SCHRADER
They told me it was gambling money.
HANK
What was gambling money? Oh, Jesus Christ, Marie. Oh, God, no.
MARIE SCHRADER
How was I supposed to know? How was I supposed to know where it really came from?
HANK
Why were they paying for my medical bills? What about my insurance?
MARIE SCHRADER
Insurance wouldn't have covered the treatment that you needed, and I... I just wanted the best for you–
HANK
Why didn't you tell me?
MARIE SCHRADER
Because I knew that you would refuse it, and without it, you may never have been able to walk again.
HANK
Oh, Christ, Marie. You killed me here. I mean, it's the– that's the last nail. That's the last nail in the coffin.
MARIE SCHRADER
What do we do?
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HANK
Jesse! Stop what you're doing and turn and face me!
JESSE PINKMAN
[sobbing] You wanna - you wanna know what he did? You wanna hear about it?
HANK
Jesse, put out the lighter.
JESSE PINKMAN
He poisoned a little kid. An eight-year-old boy. Just because, you know- just as a move!
HANK
Walt's a bastard. Secret's out. We'll talk about it. But I need you to put out the lighter, okay? Look, Jesse... Jesse, I don't want to kill you. And you don't wanna be killed. So put it out.
JESSE PINKMAN
He can't keep getting away with this! He can't keep getting away with this!
HANK
He won't. You really wanna burn him down? Let's do it together.