Breaking Bad: Season 3, Episode 1

No Más (21 Mar. 2010)

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Skyler is planning to divorce Walt now that she knows about the crystal meth. Jesse finishes rehab.

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As Walt copes with the aftermath of the plane crash and Skyler's anger, Jesse comes to a new realization about himself. A new adversary tracks the elusive Heisenberg, Walter White's kingpin alter ego. Skyler seeks advice on the state of her marriage and confronts Walt. Written by AMC Publicity

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The girl at the high school gymnasium who speaks into the microphone questioning the existence of God in light of Wayfarer 515 is actually played by Bryan Cranston's daughter, and the woman interviewed on television about the crash is his wife. See more »

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(at around 30 mins) Walt drops the teddy bear eyeball. When he crouches down to retrieve it, the shot from under the bed shows the eyeball "looking" to Walt's right. When the view changes to Walt getting up to answer the door, the eyeball is "looking" straight out from under the bed. Then the shot from under the bed again shows the eyeball "looking" to the same side as earlier. See more »

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Jesse Pinkman: You either run from things, or you face them, Mr. White.
Walter White: And what exactly does that mean?
Jesse Pinkman: I learned it in rehab. It's all about accepting who you really are. I accept who I am.
Walter White: And who are you?
Jesse Pinkman: I'm the bad guy.
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Not outstanding, but at least making you excited for the new season
9 November 2013 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

"No Más", Spanish for "not anymore", is the start of Breaking Bad's third season and surprises with one of the weirdest pre-credits sequences to ever be on television. The two tortoise-mimicking Hispanic fellows we get introduced to there also don't get much clearer in the two other scenes they have in this episode, however, it's still very interesting to watch them.

With the characters we know already, there's of course the troubled situation between Skyler and Walt after she commanded he move out at the end of season two as the last resort. That decision issued in a lot of confusion with the whole White family, but sadly didn't make for any good scenes. RJ Mitte overacted his part a bit and Dean Norris and Betsy Brandt had a sub-par script to work with. As Skyler and Walt then sat down and had a talk, it managed to awake my interest, if only in terms of plot and acting.

Fortunately, "No Mas" also included appearances of Jesse and Gus, which were both remarkably good. Aaron Paul just gets better and better in his role and seeing him in rehab was one of the show's deepest moments yet. Giancarlo Esposito on the other hand, may have even been more impressing as he succeeded in outshining Bryan Cranston in the scene they shared together. Never has calmness felt as intense as in his mostly wordless and unblinking acting.

That's about it for this episode – one that works perfectly well as an introduction for a new season, but easily could've been more thrilling. As he wrote a screenplay himself again after quite a while, Vince Gilligan seems to not have had the best of days, but that's excusable as long as the story is as great as it currently is.


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