Breaking Bad: Season 3, Episode 2

Caballo sin Nombre (28 Mar. 2010)

TV Episode  |  TV-MA  |   |  Crime, Drama, Thriller
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Walter Jr is having a rough time accepting his parents' separation. Jesse buys his old house from his parents. Meanwhile, two mysterious men have come into town looking for Walt.



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Walt tries to reconcile with Skyler, but when his advances are rejected he takes drastic action to bring his family back together. A confused and angry Walter, Jr. lashes out at his mother. With the help of Saul, Jesse makes a significant investment. Written by AMC Publicity

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It took only one take for Bryan Cranston to throw the pizza onto the roof. Cranston can be seen being genuinely surprised at the result. See more »


In the opening sequence, Walter White's car is pulled over by a cop. However, before the stop, the cop car is seen to be behind and to Walter's right. Walt looks in his wing mirror (driver's side) and the cop car is seen to be to Walt's left. See more »


Skyler White: We have discussed everything we need to discuss... I thought I made myself very clear.
Walter White: I got dipping sticks!
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References Dr. Phil (2002) See more »


Breaking Bad Main Title Theme (extended)
Written by Dave Porter
Performed by Dave Porter
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The Excellence Continues!
23 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the second episode in the third season of Breaking Bad and so far, I continue to be impressed. The tone of the episode is rather slow, but it is understandable because of the story itself, which still held my complete attention. The acting is great and we can see the frustration of everyone in the family building up. My favorite scene is when Walt threw the pizza onto the top of the house in a fit of anger.

In this episode, "Caballo sin Nombre," Walt is trying to reconcile with his wife, but she is not having it at all. Walter Jr. and the rest of the family is trying to figure out what is going on. Jesse, fresh out of rehab, still has a poor relationship with his family but with the help of Saul, he is able to buy the house that his family has on for sale. Meanwhile these two mysterious cousins head to town to pay Walt a visit.

Overall, this is an excellent episode and I felt like the slowness added to the episode as this is about Walt trying to reconcile his family, which adds to the realistic tone of this show. I'm happy Saul returned, as well as the character played by Jonathan Banks, and that makes for an intriguing episode. I rate this episode 9/10.

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