This episode further complicates the dynamics between Walt and Skyler. After Walt’s decision to tell Hank that the real Heisenburg may still be at large, Skyler begins to figure out his involvement in Gale’s murder. Only she believes he is at risk. Walt tells her in one of the more explosive moments that it’s him that knocks at people’s doors. He should be feared. When Walt goes to get the keys to the car wash, he refuses to allow Bogdon to take the framed dollar bill, that represents the business’s first earnings. Bogdon taunted Walt, asking him rather he could take care of business or if his wife would do the job. Walt busts the frame, takes the dollar bill, and sticks it into a soda machine.
Breaking Bad continues to use western scenery in interesting ways. Skyler goes to the Four Corners Monument and flips a coin. The scene seems to have a spiritual dimension to it. Viewers get a glimpse of an American Indian trading stall as she walks up to the monument. The episode ends with her protecting the family from Walt who is put them at risk by buying an expensive sports car for Walt Jr.