In the final episode of Breaking Bad this year, we meet Todd’s uncle, Walt ties up those nagging loose ends, Lydia proves her usefulness, Skyler shows off her storage unit, and Hank makes an accidental discovery.
As Breaking Bad heads into its final episode of the year, Walt (or is that Heisenberg?) strikes a distribution deal, Jesse tries to wriggle out of his mentor’s grip, and Mike discovers there’s no such thing as a clean break.
This week’s episode of Breaking Bad answers the burning question of what you do after you’ve stolen 1,000 gallons of methylamine: dispose of the witness and, if you’re Jesse and Mike, get out of the drug business. Walt, however, has other plans.
In this week’s episode of Breaking Bad, Walt, Jesse & Co. pull off a train heist to get what they need to stay in business, the Whites come to an understanding, and Todd takes the “no witnesses” edict to heart.
On this week’s episode of Breaking Bad, Skyler reaches her breaking point during Walt’s birthday, a rattled Lydia tries to weasel her way out of the drug business, and Mike regrets not taking care of a weak link.
In this week’s episode of Breaking Bad, Walt learns that killing Gus Fring was the easy part — keeping a clandestine meth operation running is a far more difficult proposition.
This week’s episode of Breaking Bad provides a glimpse into the world of Mike Ehrmantraut as one of Gus Fring’s former associates enters the picture and Walt solidifies his partnership with Jesse.
AMC’s Breaking Bad kicks off its fifth season with a glimpse into the future of Walter White, and a focus on the present, where Albuquerque’s new drug kingpin moves to fill the vacuum, and clean up the mess, left by the death of Gus Fring.