Huell and Patrick are sent to get Walter’s giant pile of money. Upon seeing it Huell and Patrick cannot resist the urge to lay on top of it. Huell suggests that they skip town with the money but Patrick points out that Walter had ten men killed, in prison, all within a two-minute window. While there’s only so much money the two can pack away, is there a threshold that would have induced the two of them to try and run away?
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