Back at Jesse's house, he keeps calling Jane's number, getting brief little hits of her voice.
At the Whites', Walt struggles to sleep on an air mattress next to Holly's crib. Also, don't worry, we get the obligatory shot of Walt's tighty-whities. The world can keep spinning. Of course, Skyler will take a victory wherever she can get it, so Holly's not sleeping in her crib; she's in a bassinette in Skyler's room. Across the room, in front of an open window, Skyler's smoking. As we saw last year, that cigarette is Skyler's method of choice to rebel against Walt's secrets and lies. Holly starts crying, so Skyler stubs out her smoke and tries to quiet her down. After a moment, Walt's on the other side of the door, asking if she needs help. Getting no answer, he tries another tack: he needs to use the bathroom. Nothing. He rolls his eyes, then smells the smoke. Now he's pissed. He passes right by the shared bathroom door on his way to the kitchen, where he proceeds to pee in the sink. Well now everybody's just reveling in their petty rebellions, huh?
The next day, Skyler's meeting with her lawyer. She's explaining the whole incident with Walt squatting at her house and how he's living there against her will now. She alludes to how she "almost told" the cops ... something. Lady Lawyer presses -- "I can't advise your properly if you don't give me all the facts." Guessing correctly, she also reminds Skyler about the attorney-client privilege that keeps her from revealing incriminating information. This finally nudges Skyler out with it: "My husband makes meth," she says. She makes sure to draw the distinction that Walter "cooks" meth, he doesn't deal it. Which is either willfully naïve or clear-headedly accurate. Lady Lawyer doesn't need to hear much else. In the strongest possible terms, she advises Skyler to file for divorce TODAY. Then let HER go to the police with what Sky just said; they'll get a restraining order, and Walt won't have to be around her or the kids anymore. Ultimately, Skyler can't do it. Not to her children. Especially not when -- and this is the first time this has come up this season -- his cancer is always a threat to return and allow things to "resolve on their own, without anyone else knowing."