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Jesse is brought to the FBI for questioning on his knowledge of Ricin. In a last effort to kill Gus, Walt must ask for help from an old enemy.

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Having failed to blow up Gus Fring's car, Walt has to come up with a new plan. Unable to find Saul Goodman, he turns to a surprising source to help him out. Jesse meanwhile is taken in for questioning by the police who want to know how and why he told doctors that Brock was poisoned with ricin. Still under DEA protection in his home, Hank learns that former Cartel member Hector Salamanca is at the DEA office but will only speak to Hank. When Hank goes to the office, Salamanca has little of use to say. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Trivia

The writing on the page in the notebook that the agent flips past says: WANT SCHRADER SCHRADER WHERE SCHRADER. See more »

Goofs

During the explosion at the nursing home that claims the lives of Gus, Tio and Tyrus, only the explosion is seen, no fire at all. However during the TV broadcast seen at Walter house says the fireball completely consumed the room. The fireball would likely have been seen when the door was knocked off the hinges. See more »

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Hank Schrader: Well, at least this time he didn't shit himself... guess that's progress.
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References House M.D. (2004) 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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Review of the season 4: Overall 9/10
22 December 2015 | by (Lithuania) – See all my reviews

Greetings from Lithuania.

"Breaking Bad" Season 4 is a terrific season. With arguably the best "face/off" between good guy and the bad guy at the end of any series ever, this season is the last before the final, and masterpieces season 5.

Writing, directing, cinematography, acting is in a top notch as usual, but it is the storytelling that makes this season best after first 3 unforgettable seasons. Don't get me wrong, i love every each of them, but this one improved a bit in almost every in comparison to previous ones. As usual for each season, there is "The Unfogetable Scene" in this one as well, as you probably all know to which one particularly i'm pointing my finger, "Face/Off" left me speechless, literally.

Overall, this is a great season on all accounts. Because by this time almost everyone has already seen it (and i'm re-watching whole series for the second time), i can only recommend it to see it second time, this is a blast.


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