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Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 16 a furious Jesse—fueled by the confirmation of Walt’s despicable actions—was frantically dousing the White home with gasoline, prepared to send it up in flames. “Rabid Dog” begins with Walt arriving home, ready to confront Jesse with his defrosted heat. In a suspenseful opening, he searches his home for his vengeful former partner, who’s nowhere to be found. Jesse did leave behind a souvenir, however: gasoline all over the White house. And the container.

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During a meeting with Saul and Kuby regarding Jesse’s whereabouts, Saul makes a suggestion about dealing with Jesse considering his current unpredictable state. He compares Jesse to Old Yeller—a loyal dog who had to be put down, for his own good. “You’re full of colorful metaphors, aren’t you Saul?” Walt asks. This entire series is, Walt. This entire series is. “Do not float that idea again,” he warns in the Heisenberg voice. He wants his surrogate son found—alive.

Due to the overwhelming smell of gasoline which has worked its way through their carpet, the White’s have taken up residence at a hotel. It’s there that Sklyer calls Walt out about the not-so-discrete meet-up with his counsel, forcing him to reveal that Jesse is the reason they’ve been forced to relocate to the posh hotel. Her disdain for Jesse is instantly reignited.

Walt makes excuses for him like any concerned father would, explaining that he’s going to “talk to him” to “make him see the reason” why he had no choice but to poison an eight-year-old. “These are just euphemisms...you’re using here, right?” Skyler asks. Mrs. Heisenberg all but ordered the hit, but the man himself isn’t having it. “Jesse isn’t just some...some rabid dog,” he reminds her. But, as Skyler reminds him, what’s another body when the person poses a threat to you and your family? It’s the devil’s arithmetic.

Twenty-five minutes into the episode and two people have already suggested murking Jesse. Each episode of Breaking Bad gets progressively darker as the show approaches the finish line.

So what the hell happened to Jesse? Well, he was fully prepared to burn the White residence to the ground, but someone stopped him. That someone was Hank. Agent Schrader promises that teaming up is the way to really burn Walter White to the ground, so the odd couple departs, armed with the common goal of destroying the man who betrayed them. As viewers, we can only pray for deleted scenes showing more interactions between these two on the DVDs. Talk about hilariously awkward.

Marie is in therapy this week, where her ass belongs. While giving her shrink the victim spiel, she admits that she’s thought about killing the person (Walt, in this case) who’s brought her family such grief. She even goes as far as to divulge a method. Marie is a pushy shrew and kleptomaniac, so Breaking Bad has never made it easy to feel anything but contempt for her, but Betsy Brandt’s performance in this scene almost makes you feel a shred of pity for Marie. She’s come to the realization that she’s facing a much greater evil. When she arrives home, she discovers that the Schrader’s have an unexpected guest: Jesse. He’s really the ultimate lost boy. She’s not exactly thrilled, but agrees to it as long as it aids the destruction of Walt. This is the same woman who almost recommended that he kill himself in last week’s episode. Those Lambert women are a special breed.