Walter: (to the young guy in the DIY superstore after telling him how to handle his "shopping supplies") Are you following me here? (silence, guy walks away, leaves his shopping cart) He, he.
Walt: I owe you an apology most of all. I should have used better judgment all around. I mean, having you drink in the first place - it wasn't right and for that I'm sorry.
Walt Jr.: But I kept up, right? You and Uncle Hank - I drank three.
(Walt approaches two drug dealers in a carpark and slowly says)
Walt: Stay out of my territory.
Walter Jr.: Is the whole house gonna collapse or something?
Walt: Not if I can help it.
(preparing some eggs)
Jesse: This is your brain.
(when the eggs starting to cook)
Jesse: This is your brain on drugs.
Walter: It's kind of funny. When I got my diagnosis, cancer, I said to myself, "Why me?" And then, the other day, when I got the good news... I said the same thing. (long pause) Anyway, thank you for coming and enjoy.
Jesse: I thought maybe you... Might have, you know, kicked. Signed off. I was even checking the obits.
Walter: No such luck.
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: April 2, 2011 on Nova Cinema
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