Jesse has taken refuge in the world of aberrant behavior. That's not only about group drug parties. There is also the S&M scene, depicted in the usual "Breaking Bad" shocking manner. How long can Jesse hang on emotionally before he does himself in? The only thing he seems to have going for him is that he's not a rebel. He makes no gestures to take on Gus - or the new security cameras installed in the lab.
Walter doesn't like those security cameras one bit and gives them the finger. He also risks calling attention to himself by purchasing a $325 bottle of booze to celebrate buying the car wash. His wife is aware of the danger but he blows it off. Earlier the wife suggests, when she sees Walter's face swollen by Mike's beating, that they 'fess up and go into the Witness Protection Program. Walter wants none of that. To some of us it seems a good idea.
Marie is back to stealing. She visits houses which are up for sale and preoccupies the real estate agent with her non-stop talking. Then she takes something. She got caught. It was arranged that the home owners wouldn't press charges. But we all sense this is a woman on the edge.
New drama is created by the police wanting to look into the murder of one of the lab workers. Near the body was a packet of information about a meth lab. Tim suspects something big. Could Gus get fingered or will Walter and Gus go before him.