Hank ends up in the hospital after being attacked by Tuco's cousins. Walt spends too much time by his family's side when he should be cooking meth.



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As Jesse is released from hospital, Hank is admitted in critical condition with four gunshot wounds. His wife Marie is not taking it well and lashes out at Hank's boss and partner when she hears that they had taken his gun away, leaving him defenseless. She's also less than happy with Walt whom she blames for getting Hankon Jesse Pinkman's case in the first place. Back at his new underground lab, Walt has to tell Gale that he's no longer required. Spending his free time at the hospital, Jesse is left on his own in the lab and he's growing increasingly worried about meeting their quota. At the hospital, Walt sees the one of the Mexican cousins recovering from his wounds and realizes they were probably after him as well. Gus decides to pay a visit to the hospital. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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9 May 2010 (USA)  »

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The title of this episode is a pun on I.C.U, Intensive Care Unit, where most of the action takes place. See more »


When the ambulance brings in Hank, the EMT's tell the staff that the pt has absent breath sounds & a rigid belly. Then, when asked, they are able to tell the staff member the value of Hank's hemoglobin. EMT's would not have that information. Paramedics also would not have that information, but would have started IV's and decompressed Hank's chest. See more »


Hospital Worker: [Jesse has been released from the hospital and escorted to the door in a wheelchair, he lights up a cigarette] Sir, if you want to smoke, you need to be 20 feet away from the door.
Jesse Pinkman: So roll me further bitch!
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Less action, less entertainment, more flaws
23 November 2013 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

Events are significantly slowing down in this episode after we've got to see some tumultuous action scenes in its predecessor, "One Minute". This time around, we have some very interesting character scenes as an exchange and especially Giancarlo Esposito stands out in his role as everyman drug lord Gus Fring.

Disappointingly weak in "I See You" where the moments with Betsy Brandt, whose character Marie admittedly had to deal with a difficult subject, but she still didn't impress me at all and often stroke me as a video game character. Sadly, that's something that can be said several times during the conversations in this episode and over and above, I dislike the path the story takes at this point. Only a modicum of scenes were actually good in my opinion, namely Leonel Salamanca seeing Walt at the hospital, Jesse experiencing Hank's arrival at the same place, and Jonathan Banks' short yet awesome appearance. And as I've said before, Mr. Esposito is nothing less than outstanding in every single one of the scenes he's in.

Nonetheless, the bad parts prevail again in "I See You" and I found myself bored very often during the episode.

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