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TV Review: Breaking Bad 5.6, “Buyout”

20 August 2012 3:20 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

After last week’s episode ended with an innocent kid being shot, I assumed that the aftermath in “Buyout” would add another tally to the body count. However, as is typical with the show, I was dead wrong. Instead, “Buyout” is a fairly logical continuation of last week’s events. People talk out their problems instead of doing something rash. Everything that happened in this episode made sense.

Todd doesn’t think he did anything wrong, and in a way he is right. The kid could have caused them to get caught (not very likely, but still) and Todd had been told multiple times by both Walt and Jesse that there could be no witnesses. Jesse wants Todd out. Thankfully he doesn’t go through another catatonic faze like he did last season, but he still feels incredibly beat down. Dead kids are like Jesse’s kryptonite, »

- Jeremy Sollie

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