Walt clears snow off of his car and gets in holding a package of money. He looks around in the glove compartment and finds a screwdriver. He tries to start the car with it but ends up hurting his hand. Police lights shine behind his car and a flashlight shines around. He whispers to himself, "Just get me home, I'll do the rest." The police car passes and Walt lowers the overhead mirror. Keys to the car fall down and he starts the engine...Read the full recap
The title of this episode, "Felina", is the name of the femme fatale in the song El Paso heard near the start of the episode. Felina casts her spell over the cowboy and leads him to commit evil deeds and ultimately leads to his death, similar to how Walter White is seduced by the money he makes from the meth business, but it ultimately causes his destruction.