Breaking Bad (2008–2013)
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Walt goes on the run. Jesse is taken hostage. Marie convinces Skyler to tell Walter, Jr. the truth.

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Saul Goodman (credit only)
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Storyline

Walt survives the gun battle in the desert but others do not. Jesse survives but Walt wants him dead and expects Todd's uncle Jack to go through with their deal. Something far worse is in store for Jesse and Walt takes the opportunity to tell him about Jane's death. Meanwhile Hank's wife Marie visits her sister Skyler at the car-wash to tell her Walt has been arrested. At Marie's insistence, Skyler tells Walt Jr. about his father's secret. By the time Skyler and Walt Jr. get home Walt is already there and wants them to pack and leave with him. He soon realizes it's all over and leaves, but takes baby Holly with him. With the police now involved, Walt makes one last phone call to Skyler. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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15 September 2013 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The flashback of Walt and Jesse at the beginning of the episode was the final scene that was shot for the series. See more »

Goofs

When the shooting first starts, Walt dives down in the back seat towards the floor and his glasses fall off. After the shooting stops and Jack begins talking to Hank, Walt appears in the back window of the SUV with his glasses on. With his hands cuffed behind his back, there is no way he could have retrieved and put on his glasses back on. See more »

Quotes

Uncle Jack: Whoa, simmer down there, sparky.
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Crazy Credits

The opening credits do not begin until 18 minutes into this episode, after the first act is over. See more »

Connections

References Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) 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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The episode that has solidified Breaking Bad's status as the greatest show of all time
16 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

Every scene was scripted perfectly and shot beautifully, even surpassing the standards Vince Gilligan's work has laid out in the past 5 series. I firmly believe this is Bryan Cranston's greatest piece of acting he has put on show for us...and that is saying a lot considering he has demonstrated some of the most engaging performances an actor has depicted during the show.

The emotion carried throughout this episode is on a completely new level and literally there is shock after shock...Perfection

I just have that feeling, quite a sad feeling actually... what you will witness and go through this episode..experience...has never been matched and will never be matched on another TV show. The Show is coming to an end...all I am going to do is savour it, and possibly cry


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