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"Breaking Bad" Say My Name (2012)

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Breaking Bad: Season 5: Episode 7 -- Walt takes control of business matters as Mike grapples with the consequences of his actions.


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Original Air Date:
26 August 2012 (Season 5, Episode 7)
Mike and Jesse are out. Now Walt has to handle things on his own. Hank finally finds a rat in Mike's gang. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Thomas Schnauz 
Writing credits
Vince Gilligan (created by)

Thomas Schnauz (written by)

Produced by
Melissa Bernstein .... co-executive producer
Sam Catlin .... co-executive producer
Bryan Cranston .... producer
Vince Gilligan .... executive producer
Peter Gould .... co-executive producer
Mark Johnson .... executive producer
Stewart Lyons .... producer (as Stewart A. Lyons)
Michelle MacLaren .... executive producer
George Mastras .... co-executive producer
Diane Mercer .... producer
Andrew Ortner .... associate producer
Thomas Schnauz .... co-executive producer
Moira Walley-Beckett .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Dave Porter 
Cinematography by
Michael Slovis 
Film Editing by
Skip Macdonald 
Casting by
Sharon Bialy 
Sherry Thomas 
Production Design by
Mark S. Freeborn  (as Mark Freeborn)
Art Direction by
Bjarne Sletteland 
Set Decoration by
Michael Flowers 
Costume Design by
Jennifer L. Bryan  (as Jennifer Bryan)
Makeup Department
Jacenda Burkett .... tattoo makeup artist
Tarra D. Day .... makeup department head
Kelly Nelson .... hair stylist
Sheila Trujillo-Gomez .... key makeup artist (as Sheila Trujillo)
Teri Ann Uccan .... assistant hair stylist
Production Management
James Hapsas .... assistant unit production manager (as James Paul Hapsas)
Stewart Lyons .... unit production manager (as Stewart A. Lyons)
Cynthia Stegner .... post production executive (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joann Connolly .... additional second assistant director
Nina Jack .... first assistant director
Louis A. Lanni .... second assistant director (as Louis Lanni)
Anna Ramey .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Steve Brown .... stage foreman
Jess Coffer .... set dresser gang boss
Lisa Corradino .... on-set dresser
Paula Dal Santo .... assistant art director
Brian DeNike .... greens foreman
Janine Palmieri Fletcher .... clearance
William 'W' Gilpin .... construction coordinator
Mark Hansen .... property master
Kristen Kogler .... set decorations shopper/buyer
Adrian Lobato .... propmaker
JoAnna Maes-Corlew .... graphic designer
JoAnna Maes-Corlew .... lead graphic designer
Vicki M. McWilliams .... art department coordinator
Randy Ortega .... key scenic
Luke V. Randall .... art department assistant
R.J. Rankin .... propmaker
Dennis Riewerts .... draper
Trina E. Siopy .... assistant property master (as Trina Siopy)
Brett Andrews .... armour/weapons coordinator (uncredited)
Sound Department
Jane Boegel .... dialogue editor
Mark Cookson .... sound effects editor
Kurt Nicholas Forshager .... supervising sound editor (as Nick Forshager)
Darryl L. Frank .... sound mixer
Eric Justen .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeff Knudsen .... boom operator
Kathryn Madsen .... sound supervisor
Stacey Michaels .... foley mixer
Matthew Pavolaitis .... m&e mixer
Jeffrey Perkins .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Werner Hahnlein .... special effects
Ken Tarallo .... special effects foreman
Joseph P Ulibarri .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Steve Fong .... visual effects artist
William Powloski .... visual effects producer
William Powloski .... visual effects supervisor
Jay Segimoto .... visual effects artist: Keep Me Posted
Al Goto .... stunt coordinator
Paul E. Short .... stunt double: Jonathan Banks
Camera and Electrical Department
Cherilyn Barnard .... "b" camera (2011-2013)
Nick Behrmann .... rigging electrician (2008-2013)
Travis Brady .... rigging electric lighting technician
Jacob Cottrell .... dimmer board programmer
Ursula Coyote .... still photographer
Ryan Eustis .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Richard Galli .... lighting technician
Juergen Heinemann .... dolly grip
Aubrey Husar .... key grip
Nikki LeBlanc .... best boy rigging electric
Steven Litecky .... gaffer
Lynn Lockwood .... camera operator: 'b' camera
Drew Louis .... rigging electrician
Sean Mallon .... best boy electric
Michael Manzanares .... rigging key grip
Mark Mele .... rigging gaffer (as Mark R. Mele)
David Jaxx Nagro .... dolly grip
Jared Olguin .... rigging electrics
Mark Sheets .... rigging grip
Jordan Slovin .... first assistant camera: b camera
Alejandro Snodgrass .... best boy grip
Andrew Voegeli .... camera operator: 'a' camera
Andrew Voegeli .... steadicam operator
Jorn Vylonis .... rigging electrician
Casting Department
Kiira Arai .... local casting
Cristina M. Rogers .... casting associate: New Mexico
Russell Scott .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Joella Dutchover .... costume assistant
Liz Pecos .... costume buyer
Tiffany Rink .... costume assistant
Allyson Traub .... key costumer
Stuart Gordon Tribble .... costumer
Mollie Kimball Whitson .... costumer
Julie Yang Silver .... costume supervisor (as Julie Silver)
Editorial Department
Trevor Baker .... post-production coordinator
Connor Cummins .... post-production assistant
Greg Curry .... colorist: dailies
Mel Friedman .... assistant editor
Sharidan Sotelo .... assistant editor (as Sharidan Williams-Sotelo)
Music Department
Thomas Golubic .... music supervisor
Michelle Johnson .... music coordinator
Yvette Metoyer .... music coordinator
Jason Tregoe Newman .... music editor
Transportation Department
Greg Bronner .... transportation captain (as Gregory M. Bronner)
Doraifay Estrada .... driver
Dennis Milliken .... transportation captain
Other crew
Lynn Ambrosino .... production staff
Roman Arrellin .... production assistant
James Belser .... misc crew
Ryan Brunner .... set production assistant
Helen Caldwell .... script supervisor
Jenn Carroll .... script coordinator
Nathan E. Davis .... set production assistant
Christian Diaz De Bedoya .... location manager
Meredith Garrison .... location assistant
Alex Gianopoulos .... assistant location manager
Richard Heller .... production secretary
Gennifer Hutchison .... story editor
Jennifer Joyce .... location coordinator
Elissa Kannon .... production coordinator
Brian G. Lax .... set medic
Joey Liew .... assistant to executive producers
Dionne Lotivio .... location coordinator
Dionne Lotivio .... locations coordinator
Dennis Muscari .... key assistant location manager
Anthony Pelot .... production assistant
Edwin L. Perez .... production accountant
Gordon Smith .... assistant to writer
Johnny Stockard .... catering assistant
Amanda Tomasello .... production assistant
Matthew Toplikar .... location assistant
Juan Torres Jr. .... security gaffer
Stephen Turselli .... additional set production assistant
Heather Wagner-Wang .... set production assistant (as Heather Wagner)
Justin T. Williams .... key assistant location manager

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Writing credits
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Additional Details

48 min
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Did You Know?

Walt says to Todd as he begins to teach him how to cook meth, "I don't need you to be Antoine Lavoisier". Antoine Lavoisier is known as "the father of modern chemistry".See more »
Continuity: Mike dumps a computer and guns down a well. The apparent position of the Sun (time of day as indicated by shadows) also changes.See more »
Walter White:Look, Todd, I don't need you to be Antoine Lavoisier. Uh, what I do need is your full effort and attention. Listen and apply yourself. If you do that, we just might have a fighting chance here, okay?See more »
Movie Connections:
References "The Waltons" (1971)See more »
OvertureSee more »


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12 out of 37 people found the following review useful.
As we near the end..., 29 August 2012
Author: ritera1 from United States

...I have concerns.

I initially didn't think I'd like Breaking Bad 'cause I thought it would be difficult for me to like characters that make and deal drugs. Although I am a tree-huggin' liberal and advocate legalization, how can you like people who do so much damage?

But I was wrong. I instantly was on board. It jumped through some sketchy hoops, but still made the journey to compelling.

Flash forward through near-perfect seasons and I'm left with worry.

I'm picturing this all ending like Scarface. A bloodbath. The true horror for these characters would be to survive whatever is coming their way, to continue living the lives they are and to realize how awful it is. Sure, they would have some loss. But not their lives.

But it won't. Everyone will die and I will be disappointed. (We've seen it before!) Mike's death I'm sure previews what is yet to come, as Walt will now go after Mike's "loose ends".

Presently I'm left with a dilemma. Walt is now two dimensional, albeit still very compelling. There are no hidden moments of worry or fear. He had one when he shot Mike, but one in a million. It's very good mugging, but it's still mugging from Cranston. It's not his fault. It's just not in the writing at the moment. It's been like this since season 4.

But I still can't wait to see what happens. Destination viewing.

(But this breaking 'til next year thing is just stupid.)

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