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The first trigger we see is Walt's disastrous conversation with Walter Jr., which leads Walt to turn himself in. But it's the second trigger that really matters — the trigger that leads him to abandon the bar and mount his presumptive return to New Mexico. When Elliott and Gretchen Schwartz conduct an interview with Charlie Rose, revealing that Walt had virtually nothing to do with the growth of the company he helped to found, he bristles enough to change his mind about turning himself in — even though everything they're saying is basically true. "Whatever he became, the sweet, kind, brilliant man that we knew once ago, he's gone," says Gretchen.