While Walt tries to subvert Hank's probe into the Albuquerque meth scene, a deadly warning forces Gus to consider a deal with the cartel.



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Episode cast overview:
Walter White, Jr. (credit only)
Saul Goodman (credit only)
Scott Sharot ...
Mike's Security Team Member


Hank is like a dog with a bone and keeps digging into Gus Fring's business dealings despite Walt's attempts to get him to stop. When Hank learns that Gus has a warehouse operation, Mike and a crew have to get rid of any trace of drugs on the premises. The Cartel however is lying in wait. When Jesse expresses concern over his future well-being Gus asks him over for dinner and asks him one question: can he cook Walt's recipe without Walt's assistance. Skyler meanwhile gets a visit from her old boss who reveals that he's about to undergo an IRS audit. She has to be quick on her her feet if she's to avoid being audited herself. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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Release Date:

11 September 2011 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Vince Gilligan admitted on an interview that the fight between Walt and Jesse was inspired by the one between Tony Soprano and Ralph Cifaretto. See more »


When Walt and Jesse get into an argument at Jesse's house, Jesse throws the GPS tracker at Walt's head. It's thrown on the left side of his head, but in the next shot, Walt is bleeding on the right, front side of his head. See more »


Jesse Pinkman: Can you walk?
Walter White: Yeah.
Jesse Pinkman: Then get the fuck out and never come back.
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References Rocky III (1982) See more »


by Thomas Dolby
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The Question of Loyalty!
18 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the ninth episode of the fourth season of Breaking Bad. I thought it was a very good episode, even if it moved slow in some parts. But this was an episode that questioned the loyalty between Walt and Jesse, and this episode has Jesse rising in the ranks. The acting is great all around, especially with Aaron Paul and Giancarlo Esposito as Gus.

In this episode, "Bug," Hank continues to meddle in the affairs of Gus and he learns of a possible drug lab. In the midst of removing drugs, Gus, Jesse, and Mike become involved in a shootdown with the Mexican cartel. Skylar discovers that her former boss, Ted was audited by the IRS, and she fears that she could be as well.

Overall, this is a solid episode. It has an explosive ending as the relationship between Walt and Jesse becomes even more tested. It was nice to see Ted back, but this time as someone paying for his actions. This is a solid episode. I rate this episode 9/10.

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