Mike and Jesse are out. Now Walt has to handle things on his own. Hank finally finds a rat in Mike's gang.

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In the desert, Walter meets with the Phoenix crystal meth distributors to set up a new partnership. Mike's out, Jesse wants out, Skyler's checked out, and Hank's boss wants him to stop spending time and resources on pursuing Mike. Walt needs to get the bug out of Hank's office, and Hank may have one more play. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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The working title for this episode was "Everybody Wins". See more »

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All the $100 bills put in the safe deposit boxes have the same serial number: B32862220B. See more »

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Mike Ehrmantraut: [after the deal with Declan] I gotta hand it to you, Walter.
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References Badlands (1973) See more »

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Goin' Down
Written by Davy Jones / Diane Hildebrand / Michael Nesmith / Micky Dolenz / Peter Tork
Performed by The Monkees
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What are you gonna do with the money?
27 August 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

The conclusion to last episodes cliff hanger ending is just the start to this episodes roller coaster ride of excitement and drama. It is a scene filled with suspense; the silence speaks volumes, and much is said with a look or a nod as Walt tries to keep the precursor chemicals in his hands while staying alive at the same time. After the slow trip up to the heights from the opening scene the episode picks up pace fast and doesn't slow down till the end, with new developments throwing us around the corners and keeping us unbalanced until the ride comes to an end with a halt in the final scene. The question must now be asked; how much is he now Walt and how much is he Heisenberg, and just how much either of them is now in control of the ride?

Both Walt, Jesse, and Mike look at their motivations for the business and its future. At the end of the episode i was literally on the edge of my seat thinking "what have you done?","what is going to happen now?". The episode left me hungering for more; the writers of this show have a special knack for baiting the hook with a little information and then catching you with cliffhanger endings that leave you on the hook but still thirsting for more, and just waiting to be reeled in.


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