Walt's lies have pushed Skyler to her limit. She leaves with the kids. Meanwhile, Jesse blames himself for Jane's death and goes into rehab.



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Walt's operation is all set to go forward but under sedation, he tells Skyler something that she did not want to hear. As a result, all of his lies - getting money from the Schwartz's, visiting his mother for four days, having a second cell phone - unravel before him. Once recovered from his operation, Skyler tells him to leave. At the DEA, Hank is convinced that Heisenberg is still on the loose but has become much more sophisticated in the way he is distributing his now infamous blue meth. A chance encounter reveals to someone Walt's connection to Hank. Jesse learns the true cost of his drug habit when girlfriend Jane overdoses. Her distraught father returns to work too soon and the result is a tragic, massive accident. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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Did You Know?


Jonathan Banks character, Mike, was only introduced to fill a gap created by Bob Odenkirk's absence in the final episode of season 2, as he was filming for another role; Arthur Hobbs on 'How I Met Your Mother'. Mike went on to be credited in 28 episodes, and appears along side Saul in 'Better Call Saul'. See more »


Hank Schrader says that Combo had an arrest for stealing when he was 17. Juvenile records are sealed when someone becomes an adult. See more »


Mike: I woke up, I found her, that's all I know.
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References Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) See more »


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Review of the 2st season: Overall 9/10
8 November 2015 | by (Lithuania) – See all my reviews

Greetings from Lithuania.

"Breaking Bad" season 2 was better then the 1st in all directions. Although story has some bumps here and there which could have been avoided, nevertheless this season has more strait plot in comparison to the 1st one. Acting is a bit better here, characters are more expanded.

Season 2 presented some of the most unforgettable scenes i have ever saw. The sequence with the turtle in Mexico and shocking act that follows in the same scene are simply unforgettable. The episode were two leads were captured by Tuco was also magnificent. Writing is excellent, yet again almost every line in here leads somewhere.

Overall, season 2 is a great improvement in season 1 terms. It adds new characters, which are always interesting to watch and listen. Cinematography here become more epic and not a TV style. Overall, it's a 9/10 for season 2.

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