Walt and Jesse's little empire begins to crumble. Saul tries to set them up with a mysterious distributor.



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Hank Schrader (credit only)
Marie Schrader (credit only)
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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. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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17 May 2009 (USA)  »

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First appearance of Giancarlo Esposito as Gustavo "gus" Fring. See more »


After Jesse tells Walt that Combo is dead, Jesse has a brief conversation with Skinny Pete about Combo. Skinny Pete says that Combo called him before he died saying that 'a couple of dudes were mad-dogging him trying to run him up off the corner'. However all Combo told Skinny on the phone was that he's 'up on 2nd and Hazeltine, getting eyeballed hard'. This isn't a continuity error, especially given Skinny Pete's propensity for inaccuracy and exaggeration when explaining things. Even at the base level, the two descriptions can mean the same thing to different people. See more »


Saul Goodman: How is your inventory?
Jesse Pinkman: 38 and some...
Saul Goodman: 38 what? Ounces? Grams?
Jesse Pinkman: Pounds.
Walter White: You said "make hay while the sun shines".
Saul Goodman: Guys, why the long faces? You're sitting in a gold mine.
Saul Goodman: A gold mine we cannot sell.
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Electricity in my Bones
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Amazing Episode!
14 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the eleventh episode in the second season of Breaking Bad and it's even better than the last episode. I'm getting really excited for the season finale, especially the cliffhanger the episode ended in. This episode is more action-packed and has plenty of amusing moments featured throughout.

In this episode, "Manadala," after one of their dealers is found dead and another one quits, Walt and Jesse's drug empire begins to fall apart. Meanwhile, Jesse finally tells Jane what he does for a living. Finally, Skylar learns she is about to give birth and finds out her boss has been stealing from the company.

Overall, this is a very good episode. With only 2 more episodes left in the season, I eagerly anticipate what's next. My favorite scenes are when Skylar impersonates Marilyn Monroe and when Jesse feels the full effects of a drug. I rate this episode 9/10.

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