With a florescent light on that does a good job of suggesting this is not the hour for such activities, Hank uses a grabbing claw to, well, grab a geode off a nearby table and examine it, and look, I'm sure insomnia combined with whatever PTSD with which Hank is currently suffering is terrible, but you make passive-aggressive banging noises as part of the bargain and you lose my sympathy fairly quickly. Of course, the resultant wake-the-dead-level motor that eventually raises Marie's sleep-masked head into frame next to him could make the whole thing worth it. Marie, to her credit, asks him if he's okay, but when she follows by inquiring if he can't sleep and receives a snotty retort in reply, I can hardly blame her for pointing out that he's looking at a rock at two twenty-four in the morning. Of course, he gets all defensive about her calling it a rock instead of a mineral (I'm choosing to believe she did that on purpose) and snots off some more, and when she starts to ask if he might be able to do this at a more appropriate hour, he points out that they have four bedrooms in the house. Obviously hurt by his unflagging ill-treatment but also unwilling to deal with what leaving their bed might mean, she takes the only step available to her, which is to put the sleep mask back on and ride that cacophonous motor back down to, hopefully, Dreamland. Once she's out of sight, Hank looks a bit chastened at what a raging asshole he knows he's being, so maybe he'll at least not intentionally make any banging sounds for a few minutes.
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.