See, here's the thing: of all the things that piss Walter White off on a daily basis, one of the big ones lately is that suddenly Jesse is the noble one. Jesse has managed to develop a conscience just as Walt has slowly broken his own conscience down. Walt used to be able to comfort himself with the knowledge that he's wasn't as degenerate as white-trash, blaccent-spouting, baggy-pant-wearing Jesse, and now that Jesse is clearly the more mature of the both of them right now, Walt wants to put him in his place.
So again he says that this money is tainted, and if Jesse wants out of the business so bad, he shouldn't want the money either. He tries to get Jesse to admit he wants the money just as much as he does. "And it's not wrong to want it." Bringing Jesse back down to his level. Or at least trying to. Rather than being seduced, Jesse is repulsed. He gives a big ol' "whatever" to the money, and he walks anyway. He walks away with Walt screaming after him that he gets NOTHING. Walt screaming alone with his methylamine for company.
After the break, we return to the drudgery of a video conference budget meeting. Hank busies himself looking at surveillance photos of Mike. It seems like he spots something in a shot of Mike at the diner, but he's interrupted by Director Ramey on the video screen, who clears the room. He's all, "You know nobody wants you to succeed more than I do, and oh, why don't I just casually remind you how I stuck my neck out for you to get you this job in the first place, so now that I've got you where I want you, emotionally speaking, how about you cut it out with this Fring thing, because you're making the both of us look like assholes, huh?" Hank protests, says the blue meth is out there and Ehrmantraut is involved. His boss is like, "Yeah, probably, but it's one case out of thousands and you can't play favorites just because it used to be yours." He tells Hank the surveillance budget on Mike is now zero, full stop. Hank is crestfallen and defeated. After Ramey disconnects, Gomez gingerly approaches and asks what happened. Hank relays the sad news that the tail on Mike is off. Gomie says it's just as well, as Mike doesn't even look like he's hiding anything anymore. Just living a "boring old man life." Hank asks about the nine men in jail, and Gomie confirms that none of them are talking, despite incentives, which tells Hank that somebody must be paying them off. He notes that they're all represented by the same attorney: Dan Wachsberger. Maybe that's their in? Gomie is wary about Hank setting up a tail on the lawyer just after Ramey slapped his wrist, but Hank's all "He only said we couldn't follow Ehrmantraut. Do it." He'll have that white whale yet.