Walt: *to customer* Please give this to your car wash professional and have an A1 day.
Lydia: *to Walt* 68% and falling.
Walt: Good morning, may I have your ticket, please?
Lydia: I knew there would be a drop in quality, but 68%? This is not what I agreed to.
Walt: I left a viable operation, the rest was up to you. May I have your ticket, please?
Lydia: I'm only asking for a few days. A week at most. Call it a tutorial.
Walt: That's the standard wash.
Lydia: Fix this. Get the ship back on course. We'll make it worth your while.
Walt: That'll be $14.95, please.
Lydia: Listen. This is a complicated situation, there are a lot of moving parts.
Walt: None of which are my concern.
Lydia: You're putting me in a box here. You know what could happen.
Walt: Again, none of my concern. There's your change and if you'll hand this to your car wash professional and have an A1 day.
Walt has started adopting many of Gus Fring’s traits and mannerisms ever since he killed him. Walt would often come into Los Pollos Hermanos and try to talk to Gus about their business, but Gus would stay in character as a restaurant owner and blow Walt off completely. Which is exactly how Walt is treating Lydia now.
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