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 <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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2 September 2012 (USA)  »

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When Walt first approaches Jack and his men to kill Mike's men within a span of 2 minutes, Jack jokes along the lines that "killing bin Laden was easier than this." The show's timeline spans exactly 2 years, beginning in 2008. Osama bin Laden was killed on May 1, 2011. Vince Gilligan later admitted that this was a mistake. 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 »


Hank Schrader: [to Walt] Been thinking about that job more and more lately. Maybe I should have enjoyed it more. Tagging trees is a lot better than chasing monsters.
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Something weird happened with the rating
9 January 2016 | by (unknown) – See all my reviews

So, where to start? First of all i have seen this episode, it was good enough, but i unfortunately think it is overrated. Ya'know it has good acting and the story is... WOW. But Really? It has (currently) 9,6/10? Thats almost all full stars. It doesn't happened THAT much in the episode, it had a weak ago 8,5/10. Thats what i think it should have instead of 9,6. If you compare this with for example the episode "Confessions" which also (currently) has 9,6/10 (which in my opinion it should have) you'll see that its a BIG difference and that this episode should have lower rating than it. Its more than one star higher since its last rating. Confessions had some action in it, but in this episode it only has that prison scene which is more ridiculous than action-full. Rest of it they are just talking (what I remember). I don't know about you but in my opinion, it is a very overrated episode. Ratings like 9,6 should be watched over and over again.

All what happens is that they are talking, cook, cries almost like every episodes. Walt quits his meth-making, Gives Jesse his 5 million dollars in cash, and thats just about it.


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