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But even through a depressed bong-haze and Walt's well-honed, Oscar-winning earnestness it's clear that Jesse is now wise to Walt's antics. If this means Walt can no longer rely on being able to emotionally manipulate Jesse when he's in a pinch, where now for their relationship? Certainly, Jesse no longer seems to fear or respect the man in front of him - his prevailing emotion rather appears to be sheer disgust.

As for Skyler, her new-found apparent contentment suggests that rather than seeing the one who knocks, she sees her old husband Walter White finally coming back to her; only this time, with the added drive and ambition required to run and operate his own successful car wash business. Walt, for his part, seems to be enjoying his return to his mild-mannered ways, with his lovably dorky opinions on air freshener merchandising, chipper valedictions ("Have an A1 day!") and painfully beige outfits (interesting that Walt wears this same outfit at the car wash in the pilot episode: it's what he's wearing when he first explodes with rage after some mild bullying from the substantively eye-browed owner).