Lots of quality scenes in this episode.
Jesse and Walt have a beer. Jesse outraged by child exploitation or maybe just the need to avenge a friend. Walt seemingly without any moral center anymore, willing to rationalize. Of course, he has maybe seen the other possible outcome, re: Hank.
The visit to Walt by Saul's PI. "No more half-measures."
The "Come to Gus" meeting, where Jesse stood up to Gus. I thought Walt had a look of amazement on his face for Jesse's courage. Of course, later on the way back, he talked of 'consequences' and that sure came in a tragic hurry.
And the finale scene. How many new windshields will Walt buy? How can he stay if Jesse runs?
...and STAY out of the WOOLWORTH's!!!!!!!!!