There were a few ways in which the opening scene to this episode actually hurt me. First up; Jesse is one of the lowest people on the list of 'Breaking Bad Characters Who Need to Die in a Fire' and seeing him like this sucks. Secondly, I want the money, please give me the money. I hope that old guy kept some of the money, because I'd probably just take it and wait for someone else to find the druggy in the play park. Thirdly… no that was about the money as well. Moral of the story is, I'd like a lot of money.
Skyler pissed me off so hard that she jumped up to second in aforementioned 'Die in a Fire' list, just behind Walt. Skeisenberg can now go leap off of the same cliff I have been nudging Walt and Lotso the Bear towards, because it actually stunned me that she chose Heisendick over her own family. Thinking back on the show it pretty much revolved around Hank knowing, Skyler's sister consequentially knowing, and Skyler knowing that they both know, and then Walt knowing that they all know. Also, then Jesse maybe showing Hank he knows.
When it got awesome, and Hank was about to talk to Jesse, and then it ended, I felt like I had built up to a sprint and ran straight into a wall of annoying little credits scrolling around and poking me occasionally in the eye. Reflecting on it, it was a poor place to end because everyone finds out eventually, so it's not as though we're all scared of Jesse confirming the no longer mystery.
The way I see it, Jesse has nothing to lose. His money has been confiscated (I can only hope that somebody got some of it), he clearly has no regard for his own life, and he's 100% aware of the 'Walt is a massive dick' secret we've all been let on to for the past few seasons. Sure, Jesse will go to prison, but why not tell Hank? Everyone ends up finding out anyway, and so this seems like a pretty nice way for it to happen. I should probably watch the next episode now, but I refuse to admit that this was all pointless speculation, so don't ask me to admit that… because I refuse.