‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 cooks up its seventh, and penultimate episode of the year, as Walter negotiates a new plan with Mike's buyer Declan, while Jesse remains firm in his decision to leave the business, and Mike finds yet another complication for himself.
Last week’s ‘Breaking Bad’ episode “Buyout” saw Jesse and Mike deciding to sell themselves out of their business following the police interest and tension of "Dead Freight", while Walter refused to dismantle the empire they’ve slowly built for themselves, so how does “Say My Name” keep things moving? What will season 5 of ‘Breaking Bad’ cook up next?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 episode 7, “Say My Name!"
Hey man, wanna buy some 'Breaking Bad' meth? OK, let's clarify before the DEA comes busting down our door. Do you want to buy what they use as meth on 'Breaking Bad?' Now you can, via a local Albuquerque, New Mexico candy shop.
On this week's installment of 'Breaking Bad' talk we're joined by two critics to discuss the latest episode, "Buyout," in which Walt, Jesse, Mike, and Todd deal with the fallout from last week's shocking conclusion.
It shouldn't surprise you to see Bryan Cranston popping up in works you don't remember him from, given the prolific TV and movie career he'd had before 'Breaking Bad' was even a thought in Vince Gilligan's head. Certainly, many will remember that Cranston specifically played the recurring 'Seinfeld' character of deranged dentist Tim Whatley, but did you know that many of his 'Breaking Bad' co-stars have appeared on the Larry David comedy as well?
Walter White may be all about the work these days, but let's hope that 'Breaking Bad's better half Bryan Cranston leaves that grim attitude behind when he drops by Scranton, Pennsylvania to hang out in 'The Office.' Before shooting the final eight episodes of 'Breaking Bad,' Cranston will first take up directing duties for 'The Office' season 9, but what episode will he cover? Is Dunder-Mifflin getting into the meth trade?
With only two episodes remaining in the current half of 'Breaking Bad' season 5, the meth could hit the fan any moment. While we were lucky to make it through last night's "Buyout" without any major casualties, can we really be safe for long? Walter White seems like the man with the plan, but how long until his intellect runs dry? The latest clip from next week's "Say My Name" puts Walter on the spot, and he may not have the backup he's used to.
‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 cooks up its sixth episode of the year, as Jesse and Mike decide to sell themselves out of their business following the police interest and tension of last week's events, while Walter refuses to dismantle the empire they've slowly built for themselves
Last week’s ‘Breaking Bad’ episode “Dead Freight” saw Walter, Jesse and Mike coming up with a daring new plan to steal methylamine from a freight train after Lydia’s barrel tags, while Walter Jr. reacted poorly to his new living situation with Hank and Marie, so how does “Buyout” keep things moving? What will season 5 of ‘Breaking Bad’ cook up next?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 episode 6, “Buyout!”
Well, file this one under "how the hell did no one notice this before?" It seems Jesse Pinkman and Gustavo "Gus" Fring have more of a storied history than 'Breaking Bad' would have led us to believe, as the New Mexican meth chronicles aren't the first time Aaron Paul and Giancarlo Esposito have worked together on-screen. Rather, the two seem to have been at odds before, appearing together in a 2006 episode of Jennifer Love Hewitt's cleavage series 'The Ghost Whisperer!" Want to see?
'Breaking Bad' star Bob Odenkirk has been around long enough, and played such a variety of guest spot that you've undoubtedly forgotten where you've seen him before, unless you were a 'Mr. Show' fan. Case in point: playing Barney Stinson's Goliath National Bank boss Arthur Hobbs of 'How I Met Your Mother' seasons before 'Breaking Bad' Odenkirk will return to 'How I Met Your Mother' season 8, only this time we'll be ready for him!
Welcome to 'Breaking Bad' talk! Each week we're joined by two critics to discuss the latest episode. In this week's episode, "Dead Freight," Walt, Jesse, and newcomer Todd orchestrate a Jesse James-inspired train heist in the most entertaining -- and jaw-dropping -- episode so far this season.
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