Originally Posted by macmac
Them when Jesse calls Walt he tells him I'm comin for you where you really live? What does that mean?
I think it's in regards to Walts dual life, Heisenberg and mr. White. Unlike Jesse Walt lives in the real world, with a family, a business, and a reputation to uphold. He was warning him that part of his life was in danger, aka the police is on his case hard.
Either ego or empire, the two things Jesse knows are so important to Walt.
I think Jesse plans to attack him "where he really lives" by attacking his ego and visions of empire.
So ... word gets to Walt that Jesse is cooking again and is either hyped as making better product than Walt did or, more likely, is making inferior product and has linked the name "Heisenberg" to it.
Or the DEA uses the press to generate stories of super-meth in circulation, masterminded by the mysterious "Heisenberg".
I could see either situation really setting Walt off.
And there's something Shakesperean about the three witches, Skyler, Marie and Lydia. This week Skyler basically ordered a hit; Marie broke way out of character by admitting that, while she'd like to kill him, she understands that she can't; Lydia was quiet. I still expect those three to be pivotal in the final episodes.