Mike and Jesse are eating at a diner -- well, Mike is chowing down on something like looks like either a gross looking hunk of meatloaf, or cornbread stuffing, perhaps. Jesse, meanwhile, is stirring his coffee with shaky hands. "You okay?" Mike asks (actual concern!), and while Jesse is pissy at first, he softens and admits to going through withdrawal. So Mike has him off the junk, huh? And then he pushes his plate across the table and suggests Jesse eat something. Actual nurturing! Imagine. Mike gets a phone call and has to go. Jesse asks if he needs any help -- like a kid asking his dad to play catch. Mike doesn't, but he does pay the bill.
The next day, Walt and Junior are at breakfast table. Turns out Skyler is still not home, though she called Junior to tell him not to worry. Junior asks his dad if this is about the gambling, and Walt kind of has to go with that, given the alternatives. Seems Junior has read up on gambling addiction and has decided that it's wrong of Skyler to punish Walt for having a disease. Ugh, the hero worship on this kid is at once adorable and heartbreaking and infuriating. Walt insists that this fight isn't about his gambling. "It's about choices. Choices I have made. Choices I stand by."