Slate recently came up with a complete character-by-character analysis of the colors worn in "Breaking Bad." You should certainly read it if you're interested in what Marie wears when her kleptomania returns and why A1A employees have red uniforms (the color of blood money). Color plays a major role in Vince Gilligan's carefully constructed saga, particularly Walt's signature green button-up, which appeared in the pilot episode and again in "Face Off." The gaudy hue is less about greed (too obvious) and more representative of vitality and rebirth. Both episodes show Walt's psyche at its most emboldened, first when he tells off Bogdan and second when he orchestrates Gus's downfall through Tio's dinging wheelchair.