Skyler: Walt, we could always pay their bills.
Marie: Please, it's tens of thousands of dollars.
Skyler: We have the money. More than enough. Walt earned it.
Walt: Skyler --
Skyler: I think Marie should know the truth.
Walt: Skyler, I really don't think this is a good idea. I... think that –-
Skyler: He earned it gambling. We have the money.
Marie: How much money?
Walt: Well, it's into seven figures.
Marie: Oh, Holy Mary mother of God.
Walt: What can I say? I did very well.
Skyler: Somehow, something tells me Hank is here because of you. And I'm not forgetting that.
Jesse: What good is being an outlaw when you have responsibilities?
Badger: Darth Vader had responsibilities. He was responsible for the Death Star.
Skinny Pete: Yeah. Two of them bitches.
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: March 4, 2013 on Nova Cinema
"Veneno" by Chuy Flores
"Bossa For Laura" by Jimmy Dunn Band
"New Song" by Howard Jones
"Mr. Money Man" by Rod Taylor
Los Pollos Hermanos: Although this wording is grammatically possible in Spanish, a more correct translation to "The chicken brothers" should be "Los Hermanos Pollo".
Episode Title: Kafkaesque means that something is disturbing. According to The New Yorker, the term has also been described as "marked by a senseless, disorienting, often menacing complexity: Kafkaesque bureaucracies" and "marked by surreal distortion and often a sense of impending danger: Kafkaesque fantasies of the impassive interrogation, the false trial, the confiscated passport ... haunt his innocence".
Rain Man (1988)
When explaining how Walt raised money by gambling and counting cards to win at blackjack, Marie says "What, like Rain Man?", an allusion to the Oscar-winning film.