Directly across the seemingly always packed Kelly's Brew Pub on Wellesley, Gertrude Zachary doesn't actually carry any tiaras that we saw. After thinking about it for a while, the owner/manager portrayed in the show belies the real feel of the store. It's certainly higher-end, but still feels like DIY ABQ in its own way. I wouldn't call the staff uptight at all, though I found the aesthetic a bit antique. If you're asking what I know about jewelry, the answer is nothing; so take all of this for what it's worth, which isn't very much. My wife did pick up a small piece here; they didn't seem to care when we mentioned BrBa, whereas every other salesperson we spoke to on our trip perked up immediately on mention, asking us where we were from, etc. Across the street on Central you'll find Olo Yogurt Studio which, like Blake's Lotaburger, appears as prop, though not a location.
Michelle Maclaren directed "One Minute", but also (NB: partial list) "Salud", "IFT", "Gliding over All", and "To'hajiilee". If nothing else, these selected episodes have monstrous endings, ranging from a bombshell line of dialogue to the intense action of Hank barely surviving an attempted hit by cousins Leonel and Marco Salamanca. Season three would of course end on the dualing crescendos of "Half Measure" and "Full Measure", but not before this confirmation of just how deep Walt had gotten himself in his greedy demands to increase distribution via Tuco (one could say the stacks weren't phat enough, despite Jesse's admonitions of the path they were headed down).
Insofar as shooting (with a camera!) is concerned, Hank walks back to his car from what was some sort of medical institution--not a place to buy flowers. We used stills to figure out the exact isle he is initially parked, and where he ends up laying (luckily peeling off one last fatal shot with the "Black Death" bullet). Lucky for us the lot was completely empty; hence, my wife demanded I pose exactly where Hank lie bleeding, as you can see below.