Hank asks Walt to drive him to the laundry where the meth lab is hidden. Ted still won't pay the IRS so Skyler asks Saul for help, and Saul sends in his A-Team. Gus and Jesse return from Mexico, and Walt fears he is in trouble with Gus.

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Hank has Walter drive him to the chicken ranch for regular stakeouts then suggests a detour to check out an industrial laundry. How can Walter get out of this one? Ted refuses to pay the IRS, so Skyler turns to Saul who sends his A team. Although Walter has continued to cook while getting no word on what's happened in Mexico to Jesse, Jesse has had his own six-mile walk with Gus through the desert to the Texas border. When circumstances prevent Walter from cooking for four days, he realizes that someone has been doing the job without him; Gus confirms Walter's suspicions with a nasty set of threats. Now Walter is truly desperate. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Trivia

Hank mentions a buddy from Glynco. This refers to The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) located just NW of Brunswick, GA. See more »

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While Jesse and Brock are playing video games together, Jesse's controller is for an Xbox 360 while Brock's is for a Sega Dreamcast. See more »

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Jesse Pinkman: Let Mr. White go. Pay him off or fire him. Don't kill him.
Gustavo 'Gus' Fring: You know that won't work.
Jesse Pinkman: Then you've got a problem.
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Features The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) See more »

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Breaking Bad Main Title Theme
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Written by Dave Porter
Performed by Dave Porter
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What was that?
19 November 2012 | by (Dhaka, Bangladesh) – See all my reviews

An episode full of anger, remorse, curiosity, panic, revenge, loyalty and the laughter. The moments of Don Salamanca, the encounters of Jesse and Walter, the freaky deliveries from Skyler, hands of Gus playing in a "brilliant" game of survival while all others stands against each other in a complicated standoff where there seems no chance of getting out bloodless.... Seriously, this was the laughter that chilled me. I hate it, really hate it. Adding the panic of other casts, with the laughter ringing in the background.... It is a murderous 47 minutes. I won't talk about more acting, cinematography, score, dialogues, plot. Nothing at all. They mesh up to produce such a chemical solution, which is.... what? I don't know how exactly I feel right now. I don't know how they pull from here to 5th season, but I cannot wait to watch.


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