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By garykmcd:
Having completed their deal with Tuco in the junkyard, Walt and Jesse realize just how crazy and violent he can be. Jesse is convinced that he's seen Tuco's black SUV going up and down his street. Walt puts it down to paranoia - until he sees a black SUV parked just down the block from his house. Jesse's solution is to shoot Tuco before he kills them but Walt has a better idea. Panic sets in however when they think Tuco is killing his associates. Hank reviews the security surveillance footage of the warehouse break-in without realizing it's Walt and Jesse. Skyler tells Hank about Marie's shoplifting and gets a surprising reaction.
By garykmcd:
In his attempt to save Jesse, Walt visits Gus' fast food restaurant but isn't quite prepared for what he learns. Nor is Jesse for that matter. In fact, he proves to be quite useful though not everything is as it seems. Hank is convinced that Gale Boetticher was Heisenberg and tells the local police detective that he really has no further interest in the case. He mentions that Jesse Pinkman could have been involved but is not likely the shooter. Walt and Skyler close the deal on the car wash and take a major step in repairing their relationship but at dinner with Hank and Marie, a slightly drunken Walt says that from what he saw in Gale's notebook, it's obvious he isn't Heisenberg. Hank re-examines the files and finds something quite puzzling.
By garykmcd:
Now that Walt has signed the divorce papers, Skyler tries to speak to him about how they'll approach the subject with Walt Jr. Walt starts working in his new lab and meets his new lab assistant. The Mexican Cousins are back, but all they seem to do is sit in Gus' restaurant, not ordering anything but certainly getting the staff on edge. Hank's investigation into the RV now gives him a connection to Jesse. Who better to call for information than Jesse's one time teacher and marijuana customer Walt? When Jesse hears that Walt is trying to get rid of the RV, he leads Hank right to them.
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Shaken by Gus's calm violence, Jesse cokes up; bleary-eyed and jittery, he throws a party. Walter, believing it's kill or be killed, buys a snub-nosed .38 on the black market, intent on shooting Gus and Mike. Skyler looks to launder money at a car wash, and, to Hank's increasing irritation, Marie insists on cheering his every step. Men deliver boxes of minerals and pick up boxes of crystal.
By garykmcd:
Convinced that Gus will eventually kill him, Walt begins to prepare for the inevitable by purchasing a small revolver that he can easily conceal. He's clearly thinking about striking first but Mike makes it clear that he will never see Gus again. His suggestion that they work together on eliminating the threat gets him a beating and a nasty black eye. Jesse has got himself a new sound system and decides that the best way to spend his time at home is to constantly party. Tired of husband Hank's surliness, Marie Schrader takes to visiting open houses. Skyler's attempt to buy the car wash from Walt's old boss does not go well.
By garykmcd:
Jesse's plan to get evidence against Walt is relatively simple: Find out where Walt has stashed his money and either take it from him or threaten to do so. Either way, it will flush him out and the DEA can nab him and the cash. Hank and Gomez convince Saul's man Huell that Walt has gone on a killing spree, and while he doesn't know where the money is, Huell tells them about the barrels of money. Walt for his part is on high alert knowing that Jesse wants him dead. He tries to get Jesse out into the open through his girlfriend Andrea but Hank intercepts that message. Walt finally contacts Todd's uncle and he agrees to eliminate Jesse. There is a price to pay, however. Jesse finally contacts Walt and tells him he's about to burn all of his money. Walt panics and heads straight to desert where it's buried, setting up a deadly confrontation.
By WellardRockard, jackenyon:
When chemistry teacher Walter White is diagnosed with Stage III cancer and given only two years to live, he decides he has nothing to lose. He lives with his teenage son, who has cerebral palsy, and his wife, in New Mexico. Determined to ensure that his family will have a secure future, Walt embarks on a career of drugs and crime. He proves to be remarkably proficient in this new world as he begins manufacturing and selling methamphetamine with one of his former students. The series tracks the impacts of a fatal diagnosis on a regular, hard working man, and explores how a fatal diagnosis affects his morality and transforms him into a major player of the drug trade.
By halo1k, jackenyon:
Walter H. White is a chemistry genius, but works as a chemistry teacher in an Albequerque, New Mexico high school. His life drastically changes when he's diagnosed with stage III terminal lung cancer, and given a short amount of time left to live: a mere matter of months. To ensure his handicapped son and his pregnant wife have a financial future, Walt uses his chemistry background to create and sell the world's finest crystal methamphetamine. To sell his signature "blue meth," he teams up with Jesse Pinkman, a former student of his. The meth makes them very rich very quickly, but it attracts the attention of his DEA brother in law Hank. As Walt and Jesse's status in the drug world escalates, Walt becomes a dangerous criminal and Jesse becomes a hot-headed salesman. Hank is always hot on his tail, and it forces Walt to come up with new ways to cover his tracks.
By joshchristian-142-732069:
Middle aged, and overqualified highschool chemistry teacher Walter White has been diagnosed with lung cancer. To make sure his family is financially secure, he teams up with a former student Jesse Pinkman and turns to a life of crime to make and distribute the purest crystal meth on the streets. A once loyal father and chemistry teacher, Walter White, turns to a life of crime due to developing stage 3 terminal lung cancer. He is told he has two years to live. Teaming up with one of his high school students, Jesse Pinkman, he grows in power, battles anyone in his way and raises a family - all whilst hiding from his brother-in-law who works for the DEA.
By J. S. Golden:
The mishaps of two drug dealers trying to survive in the complicated and corrupted world of crime, leading them from the point of working for money to working to survive; all starting with an honest high school teacher trying to make money for his family after finding out cancer hadn't left him much time. While the men are forced to continue the business, they slowly start to figure a way to leave the job as soon as possible and at any cost.
By nateherman1999:
He was a good man, an honest man, he took good care of his family. Middle class Walter White is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and to financially provide for his family after he's gone he must team up with his former student turned drug dealer to cook Crystal Meth. A simple plan to provide for his family, takes him to worlds and extremes he never thought possible.
By Kartik:
An overqualified high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. To provide for his family and ensure they're financially secure after his death, he breaks bad and teams up with his former student to cook and sell the purest crystal meth in New Mexico.
By owene-freeman:
A tragically overqualified high school chemistry teacher is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. With death in his near future, he turns to a former student who has experience with drugs in order to provide for his family. His immaculate knowledge for chemistry is finally put to use as he and his partner create a near perfect crystal meth product.
By garykmcd:
Jesse and Walt clean up the mess caused by Jesse's chosen method to get rid of Emilio's body. Walt still has has the dilemma of what to do with Krazy 8 who is still chained in the basement and seemingly getting better. He draws up a list of the pros and cons of killing him but actually ends up developing a rapport with him and tells him of his lung cancer. He soon realizes exactly what Krazy 8 is up to. Jess is smoking more meth than he's selling. Walt's wife Skyler is concerned that his admitted marijuana use is the cause of his recent personality change. She broaches the subject with her sister who jumps to the conclusion that it's Walt Jr. who is on grass and she gets her husband Hank, a DEA agent, to have a chat with the young man.
By garykmcd:
Walt is convinced that his medical condition is deteriorating. He continues to have coughing fits and is now coughing up blood. After his attorney and new business partner crunches the numbers, he realizes that there isn't much money left for his family. He and Jesse set off for the desert for a marathon cooking session over an extended weekend. Jesse just continues to put his foot in it, this time by leaving the keys in the ignition and inadvertently draining the battery. They find themselves in the middle of the desert, cold and without much water. Walt's knowledge of chemistry again saves the day.
By garykmcd:
Having made a deal with Tuco to provide him with two pounds of crystal meth the following week, Walt learns from Jesse that they may have problems getting a key ingredient. Enjoying his new Heisenberg persona, Walt delivers only half a pound to Tuco but demands the entire amount of cash with the promise that he'll deliver four pounds the following week. Jesse reels, but Walt has a plan. They will have to break into a pharmaceutical supply warehouse however. Skyler's sister Marie throws a baby shower for her and her gift is a baby's tiara. Deciding that it's too extravagant, Skyler tries to return it to the store with surprising results.
By garykmcd:
Walt's operation is all set to go forward but under sedation, he tells Skyler something that she did not want to hear. As a result, all of his lies - getting money from the Schwartz's, visiting his mother for four days, having a second cell phone - unravel before him. Once recovered from his operation, Skyler tells him to leave. At the DEA, Hank is convinced that Heisenberg is still on the loose but has become much more sophisticated in the way he is distributing his now infamous blue meth. A chance encounter reveals to someone Walt's connection to Hank. Jesse learns the true cost of his drug habit when girlfriend Jane overdoses. Her distraught father returns to work too soon and the result is a tragic, massive accident.
By garykmcd:
Skyler gets the first of Hank's hospital bills and decides the time has come to get more involved in Walt's business affairs. She's particularly concerned that the money is laundered correctly and that it absolutely cannot be traced back to Walt's illegal activities. Walt introduces her to Saul the lawyer but she thinks the investment he's lined up is ludicrous and has a better idea. Jesse meanwhile is still trying to peddle the meth he been skimming at the lab and fed up with the slow pace, decides to show how it's done. At the hospital, Marie is thrilled at the prospect of Hank returning home but he doesn't seem anywhere near as pleased. Walt's employer, Gus, invites him to dinner and dispenses sage advice.
By garykmcd:
Walt and Jesse have yet another problem to deal with when one of their dealers, Jesse's friend Badger, is arrested by the Albuquerque police. They end up hiring a shady lawyer, Saul Goodman, who has a unique way of ensuring that Badger gets off with a light sentence without having to give away Jesse or Walt's identity. As Walt learns however, it may come at a very high price. Walt's brother-in-law Hank, the DEA Agent, is suffering from post-traumatic stress following the shooting in Juarez. He puts on a brave face but is having trouble just getting out of bed in the morning. Walt has some suggestions for him.
By garykmcd:
Having gotten away from Tuco, Walt and Jesse now have to get home and explain where they have been. Walt has a plan and they split up. He goes to a supermarket and takes off all of his clothes while walking around the aisles. He's hospitalized and claims to have no memory of where he's been for the last few days. Jesse returns to his house to clean out the basement and get rid of the RV. When the DEA also track him down, he claims that he's been shacked up with a prostitute for the weekend. The police don't believe him and think they know how to nail him: the bring in Tuco's uncle to identify him. With some of his problems now behind him, Walt is keen to start cooking again.
By garykmcd:
Hank is reeling from the information he found in Walt's bathroom, so much so that he has a panic attack on his way home from Walt's house. He decides to stay home for a few days but has boxes of evidence sent to him. As he sifts through the paper, he realizes the extent to which he's been had. Walt meanwhile has kept his promise to his Skyler and is no longer in the business. He works at the car-wash and suggests that they buy another one. His cancer has returned however and he's undergoing chemo again. Jesse is feeling guilty about some of the things he's done and tries to get Saul to get money to the families of some of their victims. Saul knows better and gets Walt to calm him down. A desperate Jesse resorts to other ways of getting rid of the money. When Walt realizes the book from his bathroom is missing, he visits Hank.
By Anonymous:
Hank has just made a huge discovery about his brother-in-law, and while he attempts to piece everything together, he has trouble accepting the truth. Walt is determined to stay out of the business, and Jesse wants to get rid of his "blood money."
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Jesse takes out the competition, causing a crisis in Gus's multi-million-dollar basement lab. Mike holds Walter and Jesse hostage and Victor shows off his cooking skills as they wait for Gus to arrive, change clothes, and render judgment. Meanwhile, Hank's recovery is slow and humiliating; and, Skyler tries to keep Walter Jr. from getting his hopes up. Remorse is in short supply.
By garykmcd:
With Gale Boetticher dead, Mike keeps Walt and Jesse under wraps in the lab pending Gus' arrival. Gus has little to say when he arrives. Walt pleads his case and Gus calmly shows him to what extent he means business. Walt is convinced that they're dead men and tells Jesse so. Skyler wants to pursue the purchase of the car wash where Walt once worked but he has little time to focus on the deal. Hank Schrader meanwhile is now rehabilitating at home but is is surly and unhelpful.
By garykmcd:
Walt continues his treatment and is starting to feel better but is concerned at the growing medical bills. Jesse begins to re-establish himself paying off his debts and getting a new place to live. He's interested in the renter however, Jane Margolis, who lives next door. Walt and Jesse soon rev up the RV and are cooking again. Jesse's not keen on selling the stuff on the street and suggests he and Walt take over Tuco's role as a distributor. Hank and the DEA have come across the name Heisenberg and aren't sure if he's real or just an urban legend. Hank is promoted and soon appointed to a tri-State drug task force. He may have health issues of his own however.
By garykmcd:
Hank is like a dog with a bone and keeps digging into Gus Fring's business dealings despite Walt's attempts to get him to stop. When Hank learns that Gus has a warehouse operation, Mike and a crew have to get rid of any trace of drugs on the premises. The Cartel however is lying in wait. When Jesse expresses concern over his future well-being Gus asks him over for dinner and asks him one question: can he cook Walt's recipe without Walt's assistance. Skyler meanwhile gets a visit from her old boss who reveals that he's about to undergo an IRS audit. She has to be quick on her her feet if she's to avoid being audited herself.
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Skyler helps an acquaintance with his IRS problems. Hank gets a line on the money laundering case. The cartel isn't taking 'no' for an answer, and continues to apply murderous pressure on Gus's operations. Gus asks Jesse the ultimate question: can you cook without Walter? Walter continues to push Jesse to poison Gus: push comes to shove and then more.
By garykmcd:
Walt and Skyler have decided to use gambling to explain how Walt has made all of his money. It's not to be a happy story and Skyler insists that Walt admit to a gambling addiction and express deep shame for what he has done. At dinner with Marie and Hank Schrader, they tell their rehearsed story. Hank has a story for Walt however, one of a dead wannabee singer who had lab notes describing a super-processing meth lab. Hank is convinced the dead man is Heisenberg, the drug manufacturer he has been looking for for over a year. Walt tries to warn Jesse and is appalled at his living conditions. Jesse couldn't care less and when Mike gets wind of his attitude, Jesse is taken for a ride into the desert.
By garykmcd:
Hank immediately contacts Skyler to tell her what he's learned. He wants her to give him a statement but she decides she wants a lawyer. Hank gets his wife to talk to her but after an ugly confrontation, Skyler stands her ground. Walt, unable to contact Skyler, has Saul's men get his money out of his storage locker. He promptly buries the loot in the desert. He returns home knowing that Hank has been in touch with Skyler but she assures him that she told Hank nothing. She's also convinced that Hank has no evidence to back up anything he might know. A frustrated Hank returns to work having no evidence to move against Walt. When he hears that Jesse Pinkman has been arrested, he decides to visit him in jail.
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With blood on their hands, the Walter, Jesse, and Mike partnership must first decide what to do about Todd. After that's settled, Walter is ready to cook again, but Jesse and Mike have another idea. Skyler spends some time with her daughter and with Marie, and Walter's invitation that Jesse stay for dinner adds to Skyler's misery. Hank and his team put nearly round-the-clock surveillance on Mike, and a meth producer in Phoenix has a plan.
By garykmcd:
Having successfully stolen enough chemicals to keep them in business for a year and a half, Walt has to face a number of challenges if he's to start cooking again. Jesse is badly shaken by the shooting of the 14 year-old boy who happened to come across them in the desert and who Todd shot. They decide to keep Todd as part of the team, over Jesse's objections but Mike lays down the law. Skyler learns from her sister that Walt told her about the affair. Mike soon realizes that the DEA is following him and decides he wants out. For that matter, so does Jesse. Walt plans to continue processing meth on his own but his plans to dissolve the partnership run into a serious problem.
By AMC Publicity:
Walt tries to reconcile with Skyler, but when his advances are rejected he takes drastic action to bring his family back together. A confused and angry Walter, Jr. lashes out at his mother. With the help of Saul, Jesse makes a significant investment.
By garykmcd:
Walt is having difficulty adjusting to his new life. He doesn't want to be the bad guy and refuses to get into drug manufacturing again. He has an encounter with a police officer but manages to avoid charges courtesy of brother-in-law Hank's intervention. Skyler still won't let him set foot in the house and Walt Jr. in particular is having trouble understanding how his mother can treat him this way. His sleazy lawyer-partner Saul Goodman wants him to start producing meth again and takes steps to encourage him in that direction. Unbeknown to him, the Mexican cousins now know where he lives. Jesse meanwhile stops by his old house to find that his parents have had it renovated and have put it up for sale. Relations are still cool between them but Jesse approaches Saul with a plan.
By Toni Tapola, Finland:
At a briefing, Hank presents his theory that Albuquerque has a new kingpin. At a barbecue, Skyler breaks down and Walter reveals to Hank, Marie and Walter, Jr. that he has cancer. Walter, Jr. doesn't respond well. The hole in Jesse's ceiling raises some questions. The meth is also making Jesse extremely paranoid. Skyler makes Walter go see a top oncologist. The doctor says it is possible to cure Walter, but it will be expensive. Walter does not want to risk leaving Skyler in debt. When Walter tries parking his car outside MESA, a narcissistic yuppie in his shiny, expensive, convertible BMW with the vanity plate "KEN WINS" cuts into a just-vacated square Walter was waiting for to park into. Ken's just messed with the wrong man.
By garykmcd:
Having finally told his wife Skyler about his lung cancer, she breaks down at a family barbecue forcing Walt to break the news to Skyler's sister, her husband Hank and his own son, Walt Jr. Skyler immediately sets about finding a top notch oncologist and is ready to pay anything for Walt's treatment; he, on the other hand, is worried about saddling his family with huge debts should the treatment be unsuccessful. Having found Krazy 8's car and a small amount of very high quality meth hidden in the dash, Hank tells his fellow DEA officers that they are likely dealing with a new crystal meth producer in the area. Jesse returns to his parents' house but finds himself in conflict with them when a joint is found in his room. Walt re-evaluates whether he should continue working with Jesse when he gets his half of the profits from their first batch of crystal meth.
By garykmcd:
Walt and Jesse manage to get their RV - the mobile meth lab - pulled out of the ditch but face another problem when they realize that Krazy-8, one of their attackers, is still breathing. They face grim choices and losing the coin toss, Walt is the one who has to get rid of him while Jesse will have to get rid of the dead Emilio's body. Walt's wife Skyler is puzzled by her husband's strange behavior and begins snooping, starting with his laptop. Demanding to know what is going on, Walt tells her her Jesse sells him marijuana. She confronts Jesse - just as he is removing Emilio's body from the RV. The day gets worse when Jesse ignores Walt's very specific instructions on how to get rid of the body.
By Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil:
Walter and Pinkman have a big problem with the corpses of Krazy-8 and his cousin Emilio. Walter plans to dispose them using acid to get rid of the bodies. But the problem increases when Krazy-8 awakes dazed and confused and flees from Pinkman's house. Meanwhile Skyler finds Walter's attitude strange and snoops his notebook, finding Pinkman's address. She presses Walter and he says that he buys marijuana with Pinkman. Skyler goes to his house when he is transporting Emilio's body from the RV to his house. She threatens Pinkman if he continues to sell marijuana to her husband. Walter returns to Pinkman's house with Krazy-8 but he does not have enough courage to execute him. Meanwhile Pinkman does not follow Walter's instructions to use acid in a plastic container and has a huge surprise at home.
By garykmcd:
Walt is still trying to convince Hank - and to a lesser extent Marie - that they should do nothing and just let nature take its course. He's no longer involved in any criminal activity and will be dead in a few months from his cancer. They're not very receptive to his ideas but when they get home they find that Walt has recorded a video confession admitting to everything - and naming Hank as the mastermind behind it all. Jesse meanwhile has been released from jail. He said nothing to the police or Hank about his business with Walt but seems completely lost. In a difficult meeting with Walt, he agrees to acquire a new identity and start a life in Alaska. As he awaits Saul's contact who will provide him with what he needs, he comes to the realization that it was Walt who tried to kill Brock.
By garykmcd:
It's the morning after the night before and Walt has a major hangover. Skyler is now convinced that Walt is in danger but he makes sure she understands exactly how important he is to the criminal organization. He's a little too blunt as Skyler's reaction is to take the baby and disappear for a few days. One of Gus' trucks has been hijacked so Mike and Jesse are tasked to get the blue meth back. Once again, Jesse proves to be unexpectedly useful. In the lab, Walt is fed up with Jesse going off on errands with Mike and so comes up with his own solution to cleaning up. He also learns that his actions may have unintended consequences.
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Hank has Walter drive him to the chicken ranch for regular stakeouts then suggests a detour to check out an industrial laundry. How can Walter get out of this one? Ted refuses to pay the IRS, so Skyler turns to Saul who sends his A team. Although Walter has continued to cook while getting no word on what's happened in Mexico to Jesse, Jesse has had his own six-mile walk with Gus through the desert to the Texas border. When circumstances prevent Walter from cooking for four days, he realizes that someone has been doing the job without him; Gus confirms Walter's suspicions with a nasty set of threats. Now Walter is truly desperate.
By garykmcd:
Gus has planned well for the elimination of Don Eladio and the other Cartel leaders. With Mike recovering from his wounds, he and Jesse return to Albuquerque. Gus tells Jesse that he's now ready to cook on his on but Jesse makes it quite clear that if Walt is killed, he will cook for no one. Skyler again visits her old boss Ted telling him to pay off the IRS but he refuses and even offers to return her money. She turns to Saul Goodman to fix things but it doesn't quite go down as planned. Walt meanwhile is still chauffeuring Hank around only this time he wants to check out an industrial laundry. Realizing that Hank is getting too close to finding the lab, he has to think quickly. When Gus tells him his services are no longer required, Walt decides it's time to go into hiding. There's just one problem however.
By garykmcd:
Walt begins his chemotherapy and returns to cooking crystal meth with Jesse. Soon Jesse is selling their superior product on the street but he only manages to sell an ounce making each of them only $1300. Walt pushes him to be more imaginative and find a distributor to whom they can sell in bulk. Against his better judgment, Jesse approaches Krazy 8's replacement as a drug wholesaler, a big time operator named Tuco who doesn't quite do business the way he had expected. It's left to Walt to sort it all out, telling Tuco his name is Heisenberg. Walt's having a hard time dealing with his chemo and is frequently ill. DEA agent Hank traces the gas mask they found in the desert to Walt's high school and makes an arrest.
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A boy on a motorbike finds a large tarantula in the desert. Walter pays a visit to Hank in the new office; Walt's intentions are not entirely above board. The team's search for methylamine continues, with Michael and Lydia at odds, and Jesse wanting to obtain the chemical without resorting to murder. They hatch an elaborate plan involving buried tanks, a train trestle, and a stalled truck. The children remain with Hank and Marie to Junior's increasing anger and frustration. Skyler lays more of her cards on the table. What price success?
By garykmcd:
Walt visits Hank's office under some pretext but places a bug in the room. It's all because Mike wants to eliminate Lydia who he is convinced put the tracking device on the barrel of chemicals in the warehouse. A phone call and an intercepted conversation clarifies the situation. Lydia has a suggestion on how they can get a huge supply of the chemicals they need. It involves robbing a train however and they will not only have to stop the train in a precise location but will have only a few minutes to take what they need. At home, Skylar lays down the law as far as the children are concerned.
By garykmcd:
Walt and Jesse appear to be in the clear but Jesse has no money and Walt can't leave the room without Skyler wondering where he is. Jesse's parents are still fed up with him and his drug use so they order him out of the house - it turns out they own it, not Jesse. He finds himself not only without a place to stay but with few friends who will put him up for the night. He ends up tracking down his RV and spends the night. Walt's overly correct behavior sets Skyler of on a binge of not telling him anything about what she's up to or who she's seeing. She's fed up with Walt's behavior and wants to know what is really going on.
By garykmcd:
With the DEA now aware of the threat against Hank, Skyler and the children move into protective custody. Walt refuses to do so, barricading himself in his house determined to face whatever fate now awaits him. Jesse again refuses to let Gus get rid of Walt, even after the DEA visits the laundry to have a look around. When his girlfriend's son, Brock, falls seriously ill he realizes that the poison Walt had given him is missing. He goes berserk assuming Walt is responsible but Walt has a different explanation for him. With Jesse maintaining a vigil at the hospital and refusing to cook in the lab, Walt has a plan to deal with Gus.
By garykmcd:
Having failed to blow up Gus Fring's car, Walt has to come up with a new plan. Unable to find Saul Goodman, he turns to a surprising source to help him out. Jesse meanwhile is taken in for questioning by the police who want to know how and why he told doctors that Brock was poisoned with ricin. Still under DEA protection in his home, Hank learns that former Cartel member Hector Salamanca is at the DEA office but will only speak to Hank. When Hank goes to the office, Salamanca has little of use to say.
By garykmcd:
In the series finale, Walt returns to Albuquerque to settle accounts. He visits his former business partners Elliott and Gretchen Schwartz with a proposition. When they are less than forthcoming, he makes them an offer they can't refuse. He pays one last visit to Skyler but avoids seeing Walt Jr. In a coffee shop, he meets Todd and Lydia saying he's now broke but has a new formula for making meth that he wants to sell them. It's all a ruse to get a meeting with the neo-Nazis who stole his money. Once there, he puts his final plan into action.
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Walter, his confidence up, leases two muscle cars - one for himself and one for Junior. He's turning 51 and would like a party, Hank and his team visit Lydia in Houston, Jesse flies there to pick up the accelerant, Mike makes a decision that Jessie wants reversed, Hank is offered a promotion, Walter explains Skyler's behavior to Marie and Hank with references to Ted, and Skyler, coming slowly out of her funk, hatches a makeshift plan to protect her children.
By garykmcd:
Lydia nearly blows a gasket when Hank Schrader and other DEA agents show up at Madrigal's US offices. They look through the warehouse and arrest one of the workers. Mike tells her to calm down but she's clearly not happy. When Jesse stops by to pick up chemicals, he and Lydia see a GPS device attached to the bottom of the barrel. Mike knows who put it there and decides to take action. At home, Walt celebrates his 51st birthday. He leases a couple of fancy cars and they invite Hank and Marie over for dinner. Skyler is still having a nervous breakdown and makes it clear to Walt that she does not want the children in the house.
By garykmcd:
Walt is suffering from insomnia, worried about the choices he has made and the direction his life has taken. Unaware that Jesse has been skimming a bit of their product, he also worried that the numbers in his formulas don't add up and that they always seem to somewhere between 4 and 8 ounces short of what the batch should have produced. The meticulous Walt is also concerned - to the point of paranoia - when he discovers a housefly in the lab. Worried about contamination, he goes to extreme lengths to kill it. Jesse comes to his rescue in an interesting way.
By garykmcd:
In the aftermath of killing the drug dealers, Walt has a tense meeting with Gus who makes it quite clear that his patience has reached its limit. Walt professes not to know the whereabouts of Jesse who he claims has fled the State. Gus chooses Walt's new assistant, who turns out to be Gale. Walt knows that as long as he's the only cook available, Gus will have to keep him alive...
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Hank's team puts pressure on Mike's crew, and at least one is ready to flip. Walter meets with Lydia, demanding the names of Mike's crew; she's afraid that once she lists them, Walter will dispatch her. She offers him a deal. Walter talks to Todd's uncle, Hank has a terrible day at work, and the cooking continues. Marie pushes Skyler to let the children return home, she takes Walt on a short car trip, and Hank may have a touch of constipation.
By garykmcd:
With Mike now gone, Walt has a number of loose ends to deal with. He asks Lydia for the names of Mike's men in prison and she reluctantly gives them to him but only after they agree on a business deal. With those names, Walt sets out to deal with all of them. He's soon back in business and producing immense profits for himself. So much so that Skyler asks him how much more they would ever need. Walt agrees and decides to call it quits. Brother-in-law Hank come across a damning piece of information however.
By garykmcd:
Walt is hiding out with Saul's man waiting to get his new identity and leave Albuquerque. He's joined by none other than Saul himself who is also on the run from the authorities due to his connection with Heisenberg. Walt is angry, particularly at Todd's uncle for taking most of his money. He wants Saul to help him get it back but Saul's advice is to turn himself in before the police turn on his family. When Walt is finally relocated, he finds himself living in a cabin on a snowy piece of land in New Hampshire. Saul's man comes once a month with food and the like but Walt is basically a self-exiled prisoner unable to venture off his property for fear of being recognized. He seems ready to pack it in but comes full circle after seeing his former business partners on TV.
By garykmcd:
Jesse tries to get a regular job and put his drug dealing behind him but he finds that there are few opportunities for someone with his education and experience. Jesse tries to cook a new batch of meth but can't come anywhere near Walt's standard. After attending a birthday party at a now very rich friend's house, Walt reconnects with his one-time business partner Elliott who offers him a job. It turns out Skyler told Elliott about his condition and Walt is not very pleased. Walt Jr. tries to get someone to buy him a six-pack but is busted in the process. He calls his uncle Hank to pick him up and Hank learns from Skyler that it's Walt senior who admitted smoking marijuana. Finding his behavior bizarre, the family sets up a intervention where they all get to tell Walt what they think about the situation.
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Walt loses control as he reacts to Skyler's admission, endangering his job and his relationships with Saul and Jesse. Meanwhile, Hank believes he finally has a strong lead on his investigation into Heisenberg's blue meth as an empowered Jesse adopts a new attitude.
By garykmcd:
Walt's behavior grows ever more erratic, especially when he learns that Skyler is having an affair with her boss. He causes an incident at Skyler's office and then gets into a fight with Saul when the lawyer reveals he's had his house bugged. He seems almost comatose in the classroom where he just stares at the wall, not speaking to his class. He soon finds himself suspended but runs into Jesse who has been cooking again in the basement of his house. Jesse again tries to convince Walt to get back into business with him and proudly shows off the blue meth he has made on his own. Walt isn't impressed however. Meanwhile, Hank is about to leave for a new job on a task force in El Paso when the local Sheriff tells him they've come across some blue meth. He decides to investigate and may have a lead.
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Having been kidnapped by a crazed Tuco, Walt and Jesse are held prisoner by him in a desert shack where he often hides out and takes care of his sick uncle. Walt's brother-in-law Hank and the DEA have rolled Tuco's entire organization and he thinks that his two prisoners may have been a source of information. Walt tries to feed Tuco the poison he prepared. Walter Jr. meanwhile takes a bit of time off to look for Walt. Skyler is sick with worry and has been distributing handbills with Walt's photo. He remembers that Jesse Pinkman was Walt's source of marijuana and tries to track him down. Tuco finally realizes that his prisoners are up to something and is obviously going to kill Jesse. After a fight in which Tuco is shot, Hank shows up looking for Jesse.
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Jess is ready for revenge when he realizes that the drug dealers who killed his friend are not only peddling their blue meth but are using an 11 year-old to do the work. He's prepared to kill them and wants Walt to help him out. Walt refuses but realizing the danger Jess has put himself in takes steps to protect him. Jess's demands that they stop using children leads to unintended and tragic consequences. At home, Walt tries to lay down the law as it pertains to his role in the family but Skyler holds her ground and refuses to give him everything he wants. Hank meanwhile is still reluctant to leave the hospital and go home, even though his doctors have told him he's free to leave at any time. Marie finds an interesting way to get him to agree.
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Walt, Jessie, and Mike's business starts back up. Walt finds an ingenious solution to the problem of where to set up the lab, Jesse makes a decision about his personal life, and Mike visits each of his crew to ensure that they stay mum, even with the feds pressuring them. Hank goes back to work. Skyler remains numb, and Marie badgers her about what's wrong. Walt is in for a surprise when Mike divides the money from the first cook.
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Having joined Mike and Jesse in their new drug venture, Mike goes around ensuring that his crew understand they're going to be taken care of and they have no reason to strike a deal with the police. The new venture's first priority is to find a suitable place where Walt and Jesse can cook. Saul shows them several possible locations none of which are suitable. Walt then comes up with an idea that may be exactly what they need and they're back in business. Walt is none too pleased however when he realizes the size of his cut. Walt has decided move back into his house with Skyler and the kids. She's not quite sure she's comfortable with that. When her sister Marie stops by the car-wash to visit, Skyler breaks down, sobbing uncontrollably. A worried Marie demands that Walt tell her what is going on.
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Hank's discovery of Gus Fring's fingerprint in Gale Boetticher's apartment is enough for DEA and Albuquerque PD to bring Gus in for an interview. He seems to have an answer for everything, including why his fingerprint was found at the crime scene. Everyone but Hank seems to be satisfied and they decide not to pursue the matter. Hank isn't so sure. Gus realizes how close he's come to being caught and in flashbacks, his entry into a world of crime and his work with the Mexican drug cartel is revealed. Hank involves Walt in his plan to track Gus' movements putting Walt in a very dangerous situation.
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A Mexican drug cartel wants a big bite of Gus's profits. Walter wants Gus dead and gives Jesse the means to kill him. Hank matches one of Gus's fingerprints at the home of the murdered chemist then wants Walter's help in tracking Gus's movements. Gus stays cool, and we learn some of his Chilean back story.
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As Jesse is released from hospital, Hank is admitted in critical condition with four gunshot wounds. His wife Marie is not taking it well and lashes out at Hank's boss and partner when she hears that they had taken his gun away, leaving him defenseless. She's also less than happy with Walt whom she blames for getting Hankon Jesse Pinkman's case in the first place. Back at his new underground lab, Walt has to tell Gale that he's no longer required. Spending his free time at the hospital, Jesse is left on his own in the lab and he's growing increasingly worried about meeting their quota. At the hospital, Walt sees the one of the Mexican cousins recovering from his wounds and realizes they were probably after him as well. Gus decides to pay a visit to the hospital.
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Walt moves into the house and tells Skyler he has no intention of leaving. She won't hear of it but Walter Jr. is thrilled that his Dad is back. It doesn't stop her from calling the police however in an attempt to have him thrown out. She also decides to pursue her own interests. Jess is still having trouble coming to terms with his girlfriend's death but has moved back into his house and seems ready to get down to work. Unbeknown to Walter, Gus has arranged a meeting with his Mexican cartel counterparts and makes it clear that he wants him left alone, at least for now. Hank is still stressed and lashes out in a bar.
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Walt and Jesse each return home: Walt over Skylar's strenuous objections, which drives Walter Jr. away from her, and Jesse in spite of his parents. Tuco's cousins, up from Mexico, are intent on murdering Walt. Hank may be returning to El Paso. Mike bugs the White's house; Skylar calls the cops on Walt, then she seeks to level the battlefield.
By garykmcd:
Walt and Jesse are now in full production in the new lab and are easily producing the 200 lbs per week of meth, as agreed. In fact, they're producing a few pounds more than required and Jesse can't quite understand why they're just "giving it away". He decides to take advantage of the situation. Walt's brother-in-law Hank is still recovering in the hospital and Marie is at a loss about what to do when she learns that their health plan will not necessarily provide the quantity and the quality of physical therapy required for Hank to fully recover the use of his legs. Skyler proposes that she and Walt pay the bills and has an interesting story to tell about how they can afford it. As for Walt, he realizes that his life was in danger and that it was only Gus' intervention that saved him. Walt seeks assurance from Gus that his family's lives would be safe and options for extending the contract beyond 3 months are discussed.
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Flash ahead to Walter's 52nd birthday: he's at a Denny's, disheveled, hair and beard unkempt, using a false name and a New Hampshire driver's license, paying a guy for a car with weapons in the trunk. Back to the immediate aftermath of Gus's death: Skyler is dazed at Walt's murderous success, Walt and Jesse make peace, and Hank visits the burned-out lab. Walt remembers the surveillance cameras Gus used at the lab, so they turn to an angry Mike for help. Can they get rid of the digital evidence in police custody? Is hubris going to trip up Walt?
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In the aftermath of having eliminated Gus, Walt now has to deal with the consequences. Mike goes after him but Walt convinces him they are all better off. He is concerned about surveillance system Gus had set up in the lab and learns from Mike that Gus used his laptop as the monitor. Unfortunately, it's now in the police evidence room but Jesse has a possible solution: a very large magnet. The police also find a new piece of evidence. At home, emotions are running high and blowing up Gus hasn't made Skyler any less afraid of Walt. Skyler learns the her old boss Ted and awakened from his coma and Walt learns from Saul for the first time about Skyler's loan to pay off the IRS.
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In Germany, the head of a multinational company's fast food division - which includes Gus' franchised chicken restaurants - commits suicide when the police come to question him. With Jesse fretting over what happened with the poison cigarette intended for Gus Fring, Walt plans an elaborate ruse to let him find it in his house. With that out of the way, they approach Mike to join them in starting up the business but he refuses. Mike is also approached by a woman, Lydia - obviously involved in Gus Fring's drug business - who is worried about the number of people who could have their arms twisted to testify against them and wants them eliminated. Mike declines but when someone goes after him, he knows the source.
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Skylar's taken to bed, still shocked at Walter's murderous play. He convinces Jesse to cook again, and they invite Mike to become a full partner: he says no. Mike's also approached by Lydia, an uptight MBA and partner of Gus, who wants him to kill 11 people with knowledge of the operation. Meanwhile, the FBI is doing its homework - with Gus's German supplier and with offshore banks. They too put the pressure on Mike.
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Walt and Jesse seek out an unlikely partner for a new business venture. The DEA follows up new leads in its investigation.
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With the rapid improvement in his medical condition, Walt's doctors now recommend surgery as the final step to making him cancer free. It will all cost $170,000 however. Walt and Jesse have another problem when one of their dealers is shot on the street and Jesse believes someone is trying to take over. With only Skinny left as a dealer, Jesse and Walt have to find a solution to selling their product. Their lawyer-partner, Saul Goodman, suggests they get someone more experienced in the trade to help them out with the large quantities they have on hand. Jesse finally tells Jane, a recovering drug addict, what he does for a living. Skyler's doctor recommends that she have a C-section and they schedule the birth for the following week. At work however, she discovers her boss has been fiddling with the accounts.
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Gus increases his efforts to lure Walt back into business, forcing a rift between Walt and Jesse. Skyler doubts her new relationship. Marie confides in Skyler about her concerns over Hank's well-being after Hank's actions tangibly affect his career prospects.
By garykmcd:
Walt is still being seduced by Gus who repeats his earlier proposition but has a surprise for him: a top-of-the-line lab for him to work in. He isn't so sure he wants to get involved. He does have a message for Jesse and Saul, however. Skyler is continuing her affair with her boss but is starting to soften on what Walt has done. Her lawyer gives her some pretty strong advice. Hank meanwhile has turned down the high profile DEA assignment in El Paso in favor of tracking down the RV he thinks may have been used as a meth lab. He's down to his last call but may have the connection he's been looking for. Hank's wife sees a meltdown coming and isn't sure how to handle it.
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Walt's been having trouble getting in touch with Jesse who's been avoiding him since his encounter with Spooge. He's also not providing product to his dealers so Walt arranges to deliver it. He learns that Jesse's reputation as a killer has spread and they're having no problem at all collecting payment. Walt decides the time has come to expand their territory and put Jesse's new reputation to good use. Skyler decides to get a job and goes back to her old employer. Hank starts his new job on the task force. He's told his wife Marie it's just a desk job but he's on the front lines and very soon learns just how dangerous it can be.
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As Walt copes with the aftermath of the plane crash and Skyler's anger, Jesse comes to a new realization about himself. A new adversary tracks the elusive Heisenberg, Walter White's kingpin alter ego. Skyler seeks advice on the state of her marriage and confronts Walt.
By garykmcd:
All of Albuquerque is in shock in the aftermath of the mid-air plane collision. Walter White is living in his home alone, at least for a while longer. His wife Skyler has moved out with their son and newborn daughter to give Walt a chance to pack his things. She speaks to a divorce lawyer about making the split permanent but seems unsure when the attorney says she will uncover any money Walt may have hidden. When she confronts Walt about the divorce, she also uncovers for the first time just how he made his money. Walt's former business partner, Jesse Pinkman, is in rehab trying to overcome his addiction. He feels remorse over the events that led to the mid-air collision and learns not to shy away from them. When all is said and done, Walt decides to get out of manufacturing and tells his principal contact, Gus, that he's getting out of the business. Gus has an attractive offer however. Meanwhile, two dangerous looking men cross over into the US from Mexico.
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Hank, outraged over having been tricked into thinking that his wife has been in a horrible accident, goes after Jesse and gives him a severe beating. Jesse has every intention of pressing charges and Hank is suspended. He has other problems however when Gus points the Mexican cousins in his direction. Skyler meanwhile visits Walt in an attempt to help Hank. She wants him to get Jesse to drop the charges but he's not inclined to help out. At work, however, Walt's new assistant messes up their first batch of meth requiring them to start over again. His solution is to get Gus to hire Jesse as his assistant but he says he's not interested.
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Skyler finds a way to pressure the car-wash owner into selling, while Marie goes on a series of visits to realtors' open houses. Her antics get her in trouble, and Hank has to pull a few strings. One of his cop friends helps Marie out and, in turn, asks Hank to look at a notebook found at the scene of a murder. Meanwhile, Jesse's round-the-clock open houseparty brings no mirth.
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Skyler is alarmed by Walt's bruises and he manages to convince her that his life is not in danger. She is intent on buying the car wash despite the owner's outlandish request. Lawyer Saul Goodman suggests they try another type of business but she is quite adamant. Skyler comes up with the perfect scheme to get the business at a very good price. Jesse meanwhile realizes that constant partying does not lead to better quality of life. At the Schraders, Marie finds herself in trouble and Hank has to use his police connections to make it go away. In return, Hank is asked to look over a file found in the home of a recent murder victim, Gale Boetticher. Of particular interest are notes suggesting the existence of a super meth lab.
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Despite the good news about his condition, Walt is feeling out of sorts and is generally unhappy, verging on anger. Skyler decides to throw a party to celebrate the news and thank all of their friends for their support, but Walt gets drunk and then into an argument with Hank that puts a damper on things. He's embarrassed about his behavior and tries to make amends all around but it's proving to be a challenge. He tries to channel his energies but eventually realizes what the problem is. Walt also tells Jesse the good news and tells him that he is finished with their little enterprise. Jesse's relationship with Jane continues to grow but he's taken aback when her father drops in to see her and she doesn't introduce him as her boyfriend. The ensuing confrontation clarifies their relationship.
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Walt survives the gun battle in the desert but others do not. Jesse survives but Walt wants him dead and expects Todd's uncle Jack to go through with their deal. Something far worse is in store for Jesse and Walt takes the opportunity to tell him about Jane's death. Meanwhile Hank's wife Marie visits her sister Skyler at the car-wash to tell her Walt has been arrested. At Marie's insistence, Skyler tells Walt Jr. about his father's secret. By the time Skyler and Walt Jr. get home Walt is already there and wants them to pack and leave with him. He soon realizes it's all over and leaves, but takes baby Holly with him. With the police now involved, Walt makes one last phone call to Skyler.
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In 'Ozymandias' we discover the result of the confrontation in the desert - who died and who is in imminent peril, fighting hard until the end. Walt pleads with the Nazis, he offers them millions of dollars to spare a life. Alas, evil is implacable, they take the money while leaving another dead body behind.
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Skinny Pete has been ripped off by a drug addicted couple and Walt has made it plain to Jesse that unless he does something about it, word will get around pretty quick that they are an easy mark. Jesse isn't a very effective informer however and is quickly in over his head. Walt goes back to work but not all is going smoothly. Walt's story starts to unravel when Skyler gets a call from Gretchen Schwartz and she thanks her for paying for Walt's treatment. Gretchen doesn't give him away but his bitterness at their past relationship - personal and business - comes out.
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Just as Skyler goes into labor, Walt has to deliver his 38 lbs. of meth to the wholesaler who has agreed to buy the lot for $1.2 million. Jesse and his girlfriend are now both doing heroin and when Walt races to Jesse's house to collect their stuff, he's stoned out of his mind. When Jesse wakes up the next morning, he has no recollection that Walt had been there the night before to get their stuff and freaks out thinking he's been robbed. Walt lets him stew for the day. Jane's father learns that she and Jesse are back on drugs and insists that she return to rehab or he will call the police. She agrees but Jesse has told her about his windfall and she knows exactly what to do. Walt's biggest problem is that he has all of this money but can't spend it because everyone thinks he's on the verge of bankruptcy. Walter Jr may have provided him with the solution.
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Just days after his 50th birthday, chemistry teacher Walter White's life of quiet desperation completely transforms when he's diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. To support his pregnant wife and son, he partners with Jesse, a former student, to turn an old RV into a mobile meth lab. But their first attempt at unloading their product takes a deadly turn when Jesse introduces Walt to his unstable business associates.
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In Albuquerque, New Mexico, the high-school chemistry teacher Walter White lives with his pregnant wife Skyler and his handicapped teenage son Walter Jr. Walter works also in a car wash to support his family. On the day of his fiftieth birthday, Walter faints and is diagnosed with lung cancer and the doctor gives the maximum of two years to live. Walter asks his brother-in-law Hank Schrader, who is a DEA agent and married with Skyler's sister Marie, to go with him in a drug raid. He discovers that his former student Jesse Pinkman is a drug dealer but he keeps the secret. Later Walter seeks out Pinkman and tells that he wants to cook and sell crystal meth with the intention of securing his family in the future. Walter changes his attitude in the beginning of a criminal life.
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Walt White is a high school chemistry teacher who holds down a second job at a car wash to make ends meet. In talking to his brother-in-law, a DEA agent, Walt is amazed at how much money there is to be made in selling drugs. When he learns that he has inoperable lung cancer he teams up with his former high school student Jesse Pinkman, now selling crystal meth, to make as much money for his family as he can before he dies. They set up a mobile meth lab in a Winnebago mobile home and as promised, Walt's attention to detail results in a top notch product. Their first attempt at marketing the stuff doesn't quite go as planned however.
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The car wash is now in operation but Skyler isn't prepared for the amount of money Walt is bringing in. She also arranges for Walt to return the car he bought Walt Jr. but in the end decides he has other plans for it. Walt still believes his life is in danger as long as Gus is alive and speaks to Saul about how he wants to hire a hit man. He finds someone closer to home. Hank and Walter Jr. visit Gus Fring's chicken restaurant and Hank has something very specific in mind. He's slowly putting the facts together in his quest for Heisenberg. Facing a series of conflicting emotions, Jesse goes back to his group counseling session.
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Walt returns home to find Saul's car in his driveway with the door open. He goes in the back way believing Jesse is waiting for him but finds the house empty and gasoline all over the living room. He sets about cleaning the place up but unable to do so completely, he invents a story that Skyler sees through immediately. She tells him there's only one way to resolve the Jesse situation. Unbeknown to Walt, the reason Jesse wasn't in the house is that Hank had been following him and stopped him from setting the house on fire. He gets Jesse to tell his story but Hank still has no hard evidence. He wants Jesse to wear a wire but Jesse thinks there's a better way.
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Jesse, Gus, and Mike fly to Mexico where Jesse will cook a batch of crystal meth for Don Eladio's skeptical team. If Jesse succeeds, then what? Walter is recovering from a beating and misses his son's 16th birthday; Walter Jr. comes to his dad's place to find out what's wrong. Skyler discovers that Ted Beneke is not using an anonymous windfall to repay the IRS; she calls on Ted. By the end, we're back poolside at Don Eladio's villa where they toast each other's health with well-aged tequila.
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Walt is at home recovering from the beating Jesse gave him after their argument. As a result, he misses Walt Jr.'s birthday and the surprise gift Skyler suggested they get him. Walt Jr. is particularly worried about his dad and isn't too impressed with the gift he's received. Skyler gets Saul Goodman to arrange to give her former boss the more than $600,000 he needs to pay off the IRS but is particularly incensed when she realizes he's spending the money on himself and the business. It's high noon for Gus, Mike and Jesses who travel to Mexico to make a batch of blue meth for the Cartel. Jesse does a good job but is a bit taken aback when he's told he will be staying on permanently. Mike assures him they will either all stay or all leave together. Gus has a plan, one that will not only rid him of his problem but settle an old score as well.
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In the desert, Walter meets with the Phoenix crystal meth distributors to set up a new partnership. Mike's out, Jesse wants out, Skyler's checked out, and Hank's boss wants him to stop spending time and resources on pursuing Mike. Walt needs to get the bug out of Hank's office, and Hank may have one more play.
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Walt is in full control and in a desert meeting, convinces the Phoenix drug dealers to buy his product rather than the raw chemicals. As he had already announced, Mike has decided to retire and gets rids of his weapons stash. He has a lawyer paying off the 9 men in jail and he's got quite a stash accumulated for his granddaughter. At the DEA, Hank gets a dressing down from his boss over spending too much time and effort - and money - tracking Mike and is ordered to lay off. He decides to focus on the attorney for Mike's 9 associates - who is also Mike's bag man. Walt volunteers to get Mike's bag of cash he will use on the run and delivers it to him personally.
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7 Tina Borek in the movie Breaking Bad Tina Borek 2008
8 Rick Anglada in the movie Breaking Bad Rick Anglada 2008
9 John Augustini in the movie Breaking Bad John Augustini 2008
10 Z. Ray Wakeman in the movie Breaking Bad Z. Ray Wakeman 2008
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