Jesse ends up in the hospital after getting beaten up by Hank. Now he is threatening to press charges against the DEA. To stop him, Walt decides to bring Jesse on as his partner, once again.

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Hank, outraged over having been tricked into thinking that his wife has been in a horrible accident, goes after Jesse and gives him a severe beating. Jesse has every intention of pressing charges and Hank is suspended. He has other problems however when Gus points the Mexican cousins in his direction. Skyler meanwhile visits Walt in an attempt to help Hank. She wants him to get Jesse to drop the charges but he's not inclined to help out. At work, however, Walt's new assistant messes up their first batch of meth requiring them to start over again. His solution is to get Gus to hire Jesse as his assistant but he says he's not interested. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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During the flashback at the beginning of this episode, Don Salamanca is seen sitting in a chair reminiscent of a wheelchair, like the one he ends up confined to later in life. See more »

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As Hank is waiting for the elevator after hitting the down button, the doors open and Marie happens to be waiting for him. Hank gets on the elevator. As the doors close you can see the down elevator button light is still on. Moments later Hank and Marie get off the elevator on the ground floor. See more »

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Walter White: Jesse, move on with your life. Leave it behind, all of it.
Jesse Pinkman: Nothing changes. Once I walk out of here, I get myself a new RV and go start cooking again.
Walter White: How, exactly, do you think you're going to get away with that? They will catch you.
Jesse Pinkman: So what? I've got a get out of jail free card.
Saul Goodman: Hey, I may have overstated the power of your face...
Jesse Pinkman: Not this. If the cops catch me, I give them what they want the most.
Jesse Pinkman: [turns to Walter] You. If they nab me, I make a deal to give up the great Heisenberg and his ...
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References Casablanca (1942) See more »

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Black Night
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Written by Badar Ali Khan
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One of the best television moments of all time....
10 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One Minute starts off amazingly, with one of it's best openings in quite some time. Not to mention that one quickly realizes even as amazing as the show always is, this episode is certainly a tour de force. The directing and writing have never been better, and neither has the acting. Aaron Paul has his shining moment here in a scene that is incredibly and emotionally draining for any fan. It's simply acting of the highest accord, and even the final scene. When it was over, I had my mouth open. I know this show achieves greatness often, but it is something special when it can still surprise me this much. There are 6 more episodes left of the season, and I can tell it will be unforgettable experience.


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