Walt ended up back where he began - in the blazing red heat of the desert, in a van - this time with a fortune in the back, along with a shovel to bury it. There was time for one last surprise. Hank meanwhile was telling Marie that he had no choice but to bring Walt down on his own - that his career would be over as soon as his colleagues found out Heisenberg had been his own brother in law all along. But Hank forced the issue, over-played his hand, by producing a tape recorder, and frightened her off.
Not only that, Walt switched chillingly into Heisenberg mode, making Hank firmly aware of the possible consequences of acting on what he had discovered. Whether history will come to regard it as the best, only creator Vince Gilligan can determine now, with just six episodes remaining with which to finesse a finale to wow us all. Back at home, Walt offered to give himself up to the police on the condition that Skyler kept the money, for their kids, showing that he did at least recall his original motivation for the whole drug-dealing enterprise: family. There's one thing I can guarantee, the one thing you can predict with Breaking Bad: the unpredictable. Walt buries his ill-gotten gains in the desert as Hank begins to close in on him and Jesse Suddenly, a lot had happened in one episode. And Walt knew that Hank knew.
Scroll down for a preview of the next episode Jesse Pinkman left and Walter White right have spent five years coming to terms with the price they've paid as meth manufacturers: several murders on their conscience, the constant fear of capture, and wearing yellow From its opening scene in its debut throughout five series now, Breaking Bad has mastered the art of the unexpected in a way unparalleled by any show television has seen before, making the climaxes of rivals like Homeland, The Shield or The Sopranos look formulaic, too constricted by genre. Jesse for his part was there, in a playground, lying on his back, spinning on a roundabout, staring blankly up at the sky. The camera cut to the shock sight of Jesse in custody, still staring blankly, bleakly into the void. . Todd second right, standing leads Lydia first right, standing past the bodies he and his crew have just massacred centre, lying The way that both Todd and Lydia have crept back into the action, it's not impossible that they — rather than Hank, Jesse, or even Skyler — could be the surprise candidates to bring Walter down.
Walter turns the tables on Hank, giving him a chilling glimpse into his Heisenberg side Meanwhile, after 5 years of their vacillating father-son bond and various agonising triumphs, Jesse suddenly knew for certain that Walt was lying when he denied killing Mike. Hank told the cops questioning him about his history with Jesse, persuading them to let him try and make him talk. As usual, we held our breath. . .
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