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I See You 

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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Trivia

Water Jr. says he is reading a book on Pablo Escobar and the agents who took him down. Bryan Cranston, who plays Walter White, starred in a film in 2016 entitled "The Infiltrator." See more »

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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 »

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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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Shimmy Shimmy Ya
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Written by Prince Fatty
Performed by Prince Fatty Feat. Horseman
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Slower, But Still Fantastic!
10 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the eighth episode of the second season of Breaking Bad. Things are slower after two action-packed episodes, but that doesn't mean much because the story lines are practically pitch perfect. We get to see the drama that ensues after Hank's near-fatal shooting. Betsy Brandt as Marie, has a bigger role here and I think she nails her role as the grief-stricken wife. Once again, the acting is fantastic by everyone.

In this episode, "I See You," Hank is admitted to the hospital after shooting the Mexican cousins and is in critical condition. Marie blames the police and she even blames Walt, which angers Skylar. Meanwhile, Gale is told that he is no longer needed. Jesse becomes worried that Walt is spending his time mostly at the hospital. Finally, Walt realizes that the cousins may have been after him after viewing one of the cousin's actions in the hospital.

Overall, things have cooled down but this is still an episode worth watching for the dramatic moments. It's pretty neat to see Walt's reaction when he finds out the truth. It's going to be interesting to see what happens as we near the end. I rate this episode 9/10.


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