Advertisements Not really your classic Walt and Jesse cooking episode, but poignant all the same. Walt realized he'd lost control, tried fruitlessly to regain it the only way he could, then was forced to confront that which made him go off the deep end in the first place. Going back to last week when we discussed whether Walt would openly call for Jesse's death to Gus...Walt finally acknowledged the inevitability of it all. He won't advocate it, and he certainly won't do it himself (he had the golden opportunity holding the ladder), but I don't think he'd even feel bad about it after tonight. He's made his peace with his role in Jane's death, and any guilt he had that might have been the last shreds of his tie to Jesse are now gone. This needs to be Bryan Cranston's Emmy episode. That was just fantastic.