In his condo, Walt hilariously has five bullets lined up on the kitchen counter next to his just-as-meticulously-laid-out lunch, and the fact that someone who gravitates toward order and neatness as much as Walt does is in the messy meth business with the even messier Jesse Pinkman is one of the many fascinations of this show. The phone rings, but Walt is too busy getting everything ready for lunch and murder to pick up. However, when Skyler mentions the car wash in her message (after referencing the fact that Hank's bills are piling up and she hasn't gotten a check from him in a while), he grabs the phone and chews her out for referencing it on an unsecured line, his lecture made more biting by the fact that he bumped his head in his haste to grab the receiver. Heh. Of course, he goes on to say "car wash" twice in the ensuing conversation, but let's leave that aside, as Flynn has walked into Skyler's kitchen (I think it's in his contract that he has to do that at least once per episode). She brings her voice down, but goes on that if Walt is unwilling to pull the trigger (heh) on this, she's more than happy to call Saul herself, because they always have such lovely, productive, and respectful conversations. Not all of that may actually have been said, and anyway, Walt promises that he'll handle it before hanging up and sticking the gun in his belt. Better put your jacket on, Walt, because I can definitely see that thing from here.
In more visual hilarity that's probably bordering on indulgent but somehow doesn't bother me in the slightest, we get a Roomba-eye view of the party carnage, which essentially looks like the last scene in Kids, only messier. That Roomba needs to unionize, I tell you what. The only person in the living room who seems to be at all awake is some douche who starts trying to pry apart the Roomba with a screwdriver, although at this point the poor thing might actually be okay with that fate rather than having to face cleaning up the living room. Jesse then appears, seemingly not much the worse for wear, and after some thong-wearing trash crosses by him, he wakes up Badger, who passes the favor on to Pete with an ass-slap that results in Pete starting up and punching him in shoulder. Badger: "You're way too sensitive about your zone, bro!" Well, I'd imagine he's spent time in prison. Badger and Pete offer to help clean up, which is damn decent of them if you ask me, but Jesse's got another idea -- he gives them some cash to get everyone breakfast and to restock the liquor to keep the party going. Badger seriously looks at Jesse like he just started speaking in tongues, which is one of many reasons to love that guy, but Jesse's serious: "I want this place kickin' harder than a sensei when I get back." He even starts the music blasting on his way out, and while that's not quite as aggressive an act as we saw from Hank earlier, it's in the same league. Jesse closes the door, and as he does, some old dude in a terrible wig bolts upright with a start. He looks suspiciously like Bryan Cranston, so either the show is having a little fun with us, or there's some soapy separated-at-birth twin story heading down the pike.