On the point of Jesse looking for cameras. This scene is worked out perfectly. It just shows how careless and emotional he is, to where he doesn't think at all, and just runs for it. Where as walt is meticulous with everything, and plans his every move. He would of known to look for cameras and go about it smarter than Jesse. It fits Jesse perfectly for him to be careless and full of emotion, to just scramble his way out of there. You got to remember, he's been in a nazi cage pit for at least a couple weeks to a month. Being beaten to a pulp, than treated like a "rabid dog" tied up and caged, he doesn't seem to be clear headed.
Todd is trying to be Walter so bad, even going to the point of dressing up in a oxford buton down shirt and slacks, to meet Lydia. LOL!
I can also see Lydia talking Todd into kidnapping Holly, to make sure nothing happens to her,Now that they're back in business due to the 92% bump in quality.... and thats a reason for Walt to go after the Nazi's as well. Some have speculated about the title also having a second meaning. Felina is has to do about a man who disappears, then returns to get his 1 true love. Which in Walts case is money! or possibly Hollly?
"I think the song el paso is the biggest reason for the choice of the name. With it being an anagram and elements are just another little poetic thing vince likes to play with. The song is the story of walt and jesse. The song summed up is a cowboy rolls into el paso and falls in love with a girl named felina. The cowboy sees another man flirting with felina and feels compromised. He then kills the man and feels remoarse so he flees. Only to return later for his love and to die in his return to felina. Felina represents the meth and everything that comes along with. Walt and jesse both fall in love with meth and everything that comes with it. Walt poducing it and jesse using it. When ever they feel compromised that someone is about to take their meth the person compromising it dies and walt and jesse both feel remoarse for their actions. So now that Hank has died and the family is no more walt had to flee. He flees only to return with an m60 and ricin. Walt is going to go down to the nazi hideout and kill everyone. Once its just him and jesse, he will propose the idea to jesse that they take the ricin together and die together taking the meth with them since they will be the only 2 people who know how to produce it. I also think walt might use a little and finally try his product that ruined his life and walter white would never use but the new John Heisenbergh Doe most likely would giving the fact he's trying to kill himself. I also think this because it would fit with the last line of the song "one little kiss and felina, good-bye" but it also could be as a metophoric goodnight kiss as walt and jesse die along together with the meth. Here are the song lyrics for your own interpretation:
Out in the West Texas town of El Paso I fell in love with a Mexican girl.Night-time would find me in Rosa's cantina; Music would play and Felina would whirl.
Blacker than night were the eyes of Felina, Wicked and evil while casting a spell. My love was deep for this Mexican maiden; I was in love but in vain, I could tell.
One night a wild young cowboy came in, Wild as the West Texas wind.Dashing and daring, A drink he was sharing With wicked Felina, The girl that I loved.
So in anger I
Challenged his right for the love of this maiden. Down went his hand for the gun that he wore. My challenge was answered in less than a heart-beat; The handsome young stranger lay dead on the floor.
Just for a moment I stood there in silence, Shocked by the FOUL EVIL deed I had done. Many thoughts raced through my mind as I stood there; I had but one chance and that was to run.
Out through the back door of Rosa's I ran, Out where the horses were tied. I caught a good one. It looked like it could run. Up on its back And away I did ride,
Just as fast as I
Could from the West Texas town of El Paso Out to the bad-lands of New Mexico.
Back in El Paso my life would be worthless. Everything's gone in life; nothing is left. It's been so long since I've seen the young maiden My love is stronger than my fear of death.
I saddled up and away I did go, Riding alone in the dark. Maybe tomorrow A bullet may find me. Tonight nothing's worse than this Pain in my heart.
And at last here I
Am on the hill overlooking El Paso; I can see Rosa's cantina below. My love is strong and it pushes me onward. Down off the hill to Felina I go.
Off to my right I see five mounted cowboys; Off to my left ride a dozen or more. Shouting and shooting I can't let them catch me. I have to make it to Rosa's back door.
Something is dreadfully wrong for I feel A deep burning pain in my side.Though I am trying To stay in the saddle, I'm getting weary, Unable to ride.
But my love for
Felina is strong and I rise where I've fallen, Though I am weary I can't stop to rest. I see the white puff of smoke from the rifle. I feel the bullet go deep in my chest.
From out of nowhere Felina has found me, Kissing my cheek as she kneels by my side. Cradled by two loving arms that I'll die for, One little kiss and Felina, good-bye."
- On the explanation for Holly getting back home is simple. The police put out a BOLO (in Ozymandias, the scene after Walt takes Holly) and gave out a description and news alerts, etc. Police and Fireman work together, so it wouldn't be that far fetched for a baby to be dropped off at a fire station, and for them to know who it was. Also if you go back and look there was a note left on her in the fire truck, most likely explaining who she is, and where she belongs.
The note has the address on it.