Hank gathers himself and walks out to the celebration. He and Gomez banter like the buddy-cop movie they are. Hank says something racist! Gomez doesn't quite punch him! La la la la! Then, as often happens in conversations between two dudes who aren't saying what they really mean, there's a lull. In this quiet moment, Hank hands Gomez a little Mexican statue thing, then sincerely (and a bit sadly) tells him to "fight the good fight." Hard to tell if Hank's sullen because of his own opportunities lost or if he's worried about Gomez's head ending up atop a tortuga. A short time later, Janice returns to Hank with good news: one more RV listing. This one never had the registration renewed, but was also never rendered inoperational or destroyed. Hank gets a big ol' smile on his face. He's got daylight.
At home, Skyler is putting away laundry in Holly's room (which is right now functioning as Walter's room). She spots an ominous black duffel bag in Holly's closet/Walt's "office," and her curiosity gets the better of her. After nearly collapsing under the weight of the bag, Skyler opens it to find fat stacks. Though not the kind Jesse was talking about earlier. In a nice touch, some of the money still looks beat up from when Walt tried to burn it and then chucked it into the pool. Skyler's breathless at the sight of all this ill-gotten lucre. To her credit, she doesn't roll around the floor in it, like some people might. ...What?
The sight of all that money, unsurprisingly, has sent Skyler straight to the office of the only person she can tell about this: her lawyer. She admits that she's worried that any choice she makes at this point will be the disastrously wrong one. She also seems delightfully unhinged. The kind of fun way where at any point she might call an old lady a fucking cunt, and you really don't want to leave her side in case she does. She then broaches the subject of her affair with Ted. It seems fairly obvious that Skyler is happy to be able to tell someone about this. She initially says she doesn't know why she's sleeping with Ted, but that's a lie. She says everybody in her life -- Marie, Hank, Flynn -- thinks she's a bitch for what she's doing. And though Law Gal says she should just tell the truth about Walt, she can't. "How could I?" So sleeping with Ted, as much as she knows it's also about trying to get Walt to leave her, it's also about "the only thing in my day where I don't feel like I'm drowning." Anna Gunn is really good, you guys.