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Gretchen Schwartz (Character)
from "Breaking Bad" (2008)

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Gretchen Schwartz is Walter's old college chemistry assistant... See more »
Alternate Names:
Marcela Negro

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  1. "Metástasis"
        - Lo que pudo ser (2014) TV episode, Played by Silvia De Dios (as Marcela Negro)
  2. "Breaking Bad"
        - Felina (2013) TV episode, Played by Jessica Hecht
        - Granite State (2013) TV episode, Played by Jessica Hecht
        - Peekaboo (2009) TV episode, Played by Jessica Hecht
        - Gray Matter (2008) TV episode, Played by Jessica Hecht
        - ...And the Bag's in the River (2008) TV episode, Played by Jessica Hecht

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From "Breaking Bad: ...And the Bag's in the River (#1.3)" (2008)
Walter White: Let's break it down. Hydrogen. What does that give us?
Gretchen Schwartz: We're looking at 63%.
Walter White: Sixty-three, that is a big bite. My next step's gotta be oxygen.
Gretchen Schwartz: Oxygen, 26%.
Walter White: Twenty-six. There you have your water.
Gretchen Schwartz: Carbon, 9%.
Walter White: Carbon, 9.
Gretchen Schwartz: For a total of 98%.
Walter White: Right.
Gretchen Schwartz: Nitrogen, 1.25%.
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