Breaking Bad (2008–2013)
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Walt and Skyler have a baby girl. Now that Jesse is hooked on heroin, Walt refuses to give him his money until he gets clean. Meanwhile, as an excuse for his money, Walt decides to donate the money to himself through his son's new website.



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Just as Skyler goes into labor, Walt has to deliver his 38 lbs. of meth to the wholesaler who has agreed to buy the lot for $1.2 million. Jesse and his girlfriend are now both doing heroin and when Walt races to Jesse's house to collect their stuff, he's stoned out of his mind. When Jesse wakes up the next morning, he has no recollection that Walt had been there the night before to get their stuff and freaks out thinking he's been robbed. Walt lets him stew for the day. Jane's father learns that she and Jesse are back on drugs and insists that she return to rehab or he will call the police. She agrees but Jesse has told her about his windfall and she knows exactly what to do. Walt's biggest problem is that he has all of this money but can't spend it because everyone thinks he's on the verge of bankruptcy. Walter Jr may have provided him with the solution. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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24 May 2009 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The website that Walter Jr. makes for his father "Save Walter" Is currently active. The donation button will actually redirect visitors to the Breaking Bad portion of the AMC website ( See more »


When Jesse throws the glass cup at the wall (and missing Walter), the periodic table starts to roll up before it gets hit. See more »


Jesse Pinkman: [Speaking about Walter White] I mean, like, like, who's he, right? I mean, first off, I taught him. He's always acting like I'm his dentured servant.
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A Tragedy Blows...
10 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Penultimate episode of the season is an amazing piece of television, and it's likely to haunt and shock many viewers. It's perhaps the best episode of the series thus far, with incredible performances. Cranston has never been better, while Paul is a force to be reckoned with. His storyline is wrapped up but will surely bring something new in the future. This season so far has shown us the addiction that is strong among druggies and this episode especially will be a key element in how Jesse's future turns out and will make many people especially be disgusted at the way these sort of situations break out. Hold on for dear life, because the last 10 minutes will rock you to the core.

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