Walt's cancer has greatly improved. Time to celebrate. Meanwhile Jesse tries to meet his new girlfriend's father.

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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. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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When Jesse shows Jane (Krysten Ritter) his sketches of his imaginary Superheros, she pokes fun at him; to which he retorts "Like you never wanted a superpower." Krysten would eventually go on to star in the NETFLIX series as "Jessica Jones" who's a Marvel Comics superhero with super-strength, durability, telepathic resistance and flight. See more »

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When Jessie flees his apartment after the argument with his girlfriend, he looks back on the house from the driver's seat. The camera looks through the window of a car that cannot be Jessie's, as it has a much curvier roof line. See more »

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Walter H. White: Put... the bottle... down.
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Every Kind of People
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Written and performed by Robert Palmer
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Solid Episode!
13 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the tenth episode in the second season of Breaking Bad and once again, I must say I was impressed. This time around, I was slightly disappointed because I was expecting this episode to be more intense, but nonetheless I was still hooked into the story thanks to great writing and acting.

In this episode, "Over," Walt has been feeling angry despite all the good news, which leads to a confrontation between himself and Hank. Meanwhile, Jesse and his landlady, Jane are falling for each other, but Jesse feels hurt when she doesn't introduce him to her father.

Overall, this is a rather solid episode. There were many interesting moments, but this episode is a step-down from the previous few episodes, but just barely. I rate this episode 9/10.


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