Breaking Bad: Season 2, Episode 7

Negro Y Azul (19 Apr. 2009)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama | Thriller
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Rumor is spreading that Jesse killed the man that ripped Skinny Pete off. Walt uses this to his advantage on expanding their territory. Meanwhile, Hank has been promoted to the El Paso office. But it's not all he hoped it would be.

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Walt's been having trouble getting in touch with Jesse who's been avoiding him since his encounter with Spooge. He's also not providing product to his dealers so Walt arranges to deliver it. He learns that Jesse's reputation as a killer has spread and they're having no problem at all collecting payment. Walt decides the time has come to expand their territory and put Jesse's new reputation to good use. Skyler decides to get a job and goes back to her old employer. Hank starts his new job on the task force. He's told his wife Marie it's just a desk job but he's on the front lines and very soon learns just how dangerous it can be. Written by garykmcd

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When Badger, Skinny Pete, and Combo are at The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, the song "Bert the Turtle" is heard. "Tortuga" (played by Danny Trejo) is Spanish for "turtle". See more »

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Hank Schrader: Hey, white boy. My name's Tortuga. You know what that means? Well, if I had to guess, I'd say that's Spanish for "asshole."
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Really a Hank Centered Episode and that's a good thing
7 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

They advance the story line of Walter and Jesse but I really see this as a Hank centered episode because he has the really intense and stressful moments that would normally be associated with Walter and Jesse. In his re-assignment, he is considered someone who was appointed for political reasons. The border agents deride him because he does not speak Spanish and they even talk about him in Spanish behind his back. In this episode I felt bad for Hank because he really is a quality agent who was being unfairly abused. This episode had a very dark ending that showed his humble good intentions that made you like him even more.


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