Breaking Bad (2008–2013)
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Gliding Over All 

Walt expands his business overseas, and the money is pouring in.



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Hank's team puts pressure on Mike's crew, and at least one is ready to flip. Walter meets with Lydia, demanding the names of Mike's crew; she's afraid that once she lists them, Walter will dispatch her. She offers him a deal. Walter talks to Todd's uncle, Hank has a terrible day at work, and the cooking continues. Marie pushes Skyler to let the children return home, she takes Walt on a short car trip, and Hank may have a touch of constipation. Written by <>

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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2 September 2012 (USA)  »

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The mid-season finale of the series. See more »


In "Gliding Over All", when Walt is plotting the prison hit with Uncle Jack, Uncle Jack says that "getting bin Laden wasn't this complicated." Assuming the events of the series start in 2008, this scene would take place just over a year later in 2009, two years before Osama bin Laden would be killed by American forces. See more »


Gang Guy: It can be done. But not the way you want it.
Walter White: It can be done exactly how I want it. The only question is: Are you the man to do it? Figure it out. That's what I'm paying you for.
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Pick Yourself Up
Music by Jerome Kern
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Performed by Nat 'King' Cole and George Shearing
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Nothing does cliffhangers like Breaking Bad
4 September 2012 | by (London) – See all my reviews

Every season of Breaking Bad does it: that moment when you realise your jaw has dropped and you are completely aghast at two separate things - the shocking turn of events and the fearless brilliance of the shows creators. The 'mid-season finale' does not disappoint.

I can scarcely thing of a less predictable show than BB. No matter if you guess one of the things that might happen - you'll never guess how, and anyone who hasn't seen this episode should run mile from anyone who tries to spoil it for them. Again, Vince Gilligan makes amazing use of the shows back catalogue of episodes to make this episode fit so beautifully, almost poetically, as a key point in the story of so many characters. It ends the mini-season leaving you itching to jump forward in time so you can find out what happens next, and is easily the best episode in what has been another incredible season.

Discussions will rage on geek sites for the next 8 months and in bars all over the US and hopefully the world about what should happen, what will happen, who the hero of the show is or will be, and who will survive. The saddest thing is that this masterpiece of television will end next year, leaving a Sopranos-sized whole in the lives of all those who have watched it.

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