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This scene was playing on the many negative behaviours of a meth addict. Many users of meth experience increased paranoia, energy, a greater sense of alertness and very unpredictable behaviour. Jesse, knowing a lot about meth, plays on this by creating a scene with the shovel and pretending he's looking for something. The paranoid, curious Tucker can't ...


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As a former drug dealer myself, I can confirm that a "teenth" is, in fact, half of an "eighth", or 1/16th of an ounce (~1.75 grams). Many "high-potency" drugs are cut that way, because you need less to get high so you buy less at a time. Particularly Meth, which caters to a low/no income user base where users tend to buy just enough to get them through the ...


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I have not found any official definition of "teenth", but doing a Google search for the terms "breaking bad" and "teenth", it seems the general consensus is that it does mean 1/16th of an ounce.


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Having read your comments and actually having rewatched the scene, I'll majorly change my answer now. No, it doesn't appear they did intend to return for their Mercedes. I took two possible meanings from the scene. The first is fairly unlikely - that they left the car there, left the keys there, but knew it would still be there when they returned, how ...


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Yes they were killed because they were recognized, the danger would be that someone would try and escape the truck, exposing them. The fact they wore the shoes and didn't cover/hide them indicates they intended to kill them at some point, as they weren't too worried about being recognized.


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The young boy in the truck recognised the skull on their boots: This meant he could later identify them to law enforcement, if asked - so he had to be eliminated. However, it seems likely that he would have met an unfortunate end anyway, as The Cousins were feeling particular vicious that day. It appears they took out the truck and all its occupants for ...


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The (two) episodes you are referring to are Problem Dog and Hermanos - episodes 7 and 8 of Season 4. In the former, Hank reveals his doubts to his colleagues and reveals that a fingerprint from Gus Frings was found at Gale's apartment. This leads them to call him in for questioning in the following episode. Gus reveals he had visited Gale to congratulate ...


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I think you must have noticed that their product was really really pure, which made it really strong and good. Tuco must have thought that since their product was good, it would sell good, and he would earn more money. He would continue to smuggle meth with his other partners, but a little more cash (that he would make from Walt and Jessie) must have come ...



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