Breaking Bad (2008–2013)
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Blood Money 

Walt is out of the meth business and trying to move on with his life. Jesse tries to get rid of his money. Hank now knows that Walt is the famous Heisenberg.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marie Schrader
Walter White, Jr.
Todd (credit only)
Skinny Pete
Pedro García ...
Mariano (as Pedro Garcia)


Hank is reeling from the information he found in Walt's bathroom, so much so that he has a panic attack on his way home from Walt's house. He decides to stay home for a few days but has boxes of evidence sent to him. As he sifts through the paper, he realizes the extent to which he's been had. Walt meanwhile has kept his promise to his Skyler and is no longer in the business. He works at the car-wash and suggests that they buy another one. His cancer has returned however and he's undergoing chemo again. Jesse is feeling guilty about some of the things he's done and tries to get Saul to get money to the families of some of their victims. Saul knows better and gets Walt to calm him down. A desperate Jesse resorts to other ways of getting rid of the money. When Walt realizes the book from his bathroom is missing, he visits Hank. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


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11 August 2013 (USA)  »

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The first episode to the second half of Season 5 is dedicated to Kevin Cordasco, a teen Superfan of the show who died of cancer in March of 2013. Before his death, Kevin was able to meet Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan and other prominent members of the Breaking Bad family and he was even offered the chance to read the final scripts of the series so he would know how the show ends. Kevin declined as he didn't think he could keep the secret. See more »


Skinny Pete is right that tulaberries are from the Gamma Quadrant in the Star Trek Universe, but that reference is from Deep Space 9, not Voyager (which is stranded in the Delta Quadrant.) See more »


Walter White: If that's true... if you don't know who I am... maybe your best course would be to tread lightly.
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References Star Trek: Voyager (1995) See more »


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'you have to believe me' W.W.
14 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

Expectations have always been a great hindrance when it comes to enjoying anything in life. think of a restaurant with the best reputation --> if you liked the meal, you will keep spreading the word. if you hated it, you will simply speak mud of the place.

This episode had that little hindrance. we have been expecting (waiting, gagging) for this episode. not only because it's the beginning of the second half of the season finale of BB, but also because you want more. you need to know more about it. the expectation was simply gigantic.

But I only needed the first two minutes of the episode to know that that expectation has been fulfilled. so let us approach this episode from two angles: our reality and the show's reality.

angle 1 --> man, these actors and actresses definitely deliver. the great problem is usually having actors or actresses who get fat, who fail to act as they usually do, who can keep us attached to the series. believe you me, these people do keep you there. Attached. Even more, DEA agent Hank (Mr Norris) is getting the place he deserves.

angle 2 --> tension is growing. you can feel it. it is there and there is nothing you can do as a spectator.

favourite scene? last few seconds of the episode.

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