Awesome episode. What struck me was when Christopher is at the gas station, thinking about what Adriana has just told him.
He pats the Hummer, an expensive car. Then he sees the ugly, joe-schlub family walk out of the EZ Mart.
The unshaven guy dressed like shit with a bad haircut holding a bottle of Mountain Dew, the fat wife, the shitty car with luggage wrapped in trash bags strapped to the car.
Obviously he’s thinking about what life is going to be like in the witness protection program.
You know what that reminded me of? The ending of Goodfellas. Ray Liotta shuffles out the door in his robe and slippers to pick up the morning paper in his suburban home. Then he goes into how life sucks as a regular citizen. No money, no good times, no preferential treatment, no more being a star.
I guess Christopher didn’t want to end up as just another ham-and-egger.