Breaking Bad

2008 • AMC
807 reviews
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Season 4 episodes (13)

1 Box Cutter
Following last season's cliffhanger ending, Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) anxiously wait to see what their drug lord boss, Gus (Giancarlo Esposito), will do next. Meanwhile, Skyler (Anna Gunn) desperately searches for clues to Walt's activities, while Hank (Dean Norris) continues his slow, painful rehab.
2 Thirty-Eight Snub
Walt (Bryan Cranston) prepares his defense against Gus as Jesse copes by reviving his friendship with Badger and Skinny Pete. Meanwhile, as Skyler (Anna Gunn) hatches a scheme of her own, her sister Marie (Betsy Brandt) struggles to deal with Hank's (Dean Norris) deep depression.
3 Open House
While Walt (Bryan Cranston) worries about Gus's interference and Jesse's (Aaron Paul) increasingly fragile state of mind, Skyler (Anna Gunn) steps up the pressure to get what she wants. Hank's (Dean Norris) moodiness drives Marie (Betsy Brandt) to lapse into some bad habits, which unwittingly uncovers a link that threatens to expose Walt and Jesse.
4 Bullet Points
As Skyler (Anna Gunn) concocts an elaborate story to explain their finances, Walt (Bryan Cranston) worries when he discovers that Hank (Dean Norris) has begun a new investigation. Meanwhile, Jesse's (Aaron Paul) lack of interest in doing anything but partying catches Gus' attention.
5 Shotgun
While Walt (Bryan Cranston) worries that his partner is about to be killed, Jesse (Aaron Paul) is with Mike on a perilous run. Meanwhile, as Walt and Skyler (Anna Gunn) close the car wash deal, Hank (Dean Norris) decides to close his investigation.
6 Cornered
When Skyler suspects that Walt (Bryan Cranston) isn't telling her the truth, Skyler (Anna Gunn) adopts a cold and businesslike approach toward him. Meanwhile, as Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) draws him closer, Jesse (Aaron Paul) proves his worth to Mike and Gus' enterprise.
7 Problem Dog
Walt (Bryan Cranston) places Skyler (Anna Gunn) in a difficult spot with their new operation. And as Walt looks to protect himself against Gus (Giancarlo Esposito), Jesse (Aaron Paul) agrees to a dangerous proposition.
8 Hermanos
Hank (Dean Norris) amps up his investigation into the identity of Albuquerque's meth kingpin, while Saul (Bob Odenkirk) helps Jesse (Aaron Paul) with a project. Meanwhile, Walt (Bryan Cranston) gets an update on his health.
9 Bug
Walt (Bryan Cranston) struggles to subvert Hank's (Dean Norris) homegrown investigation, while a deadly warning forces Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) to consider a deal. Meanwhile, Skyler's (Anna Gunn) plans to run a legitimate business are stalled.
10 Salud
As Walt (Bryan Cranston) is recovering from their fight, Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) takes Jesse (Aaron Paul) to Mexico to seal his deal with the cartel. But as Gus unleashes his own deadly plan to retain control of his drug empire, Skyler (Anna Gunn) worries when her ex-boss Ted Beneke (Christopher Cousins) balks at using his unexpected "inheritance" to pay his back taxes.
11 Crawl Space
As Skyler (Anna Gunn) tries to maneuver through a sticky situation, Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) and Jesse get back to work. But when Jesse (Aaron Paul) makes an ultimatum to Gus, Walt (Bryan Cranston) is forced to take drastic measures.
12 End Times
Ordering his family to take advantage of the protection the DEA is giving Hank (Dean Norris), Walt (Bryan Cranston) awaits whatever is in store for him. But when his girlfriend's son is poisoned, Jesse (Aaron Paul) teams up with Walt to go after the man he is convinced is responsible: Gus.
13 Face Off
As Jesse faces police scrutiny for his comments to Andrea, Walt desperately plots to gain the upper-hand within his season-long game of wits with meth kingpin Gus.

About this show

A mild-mannered high school chemistry teacher unexpectedly adopts a criminal new lifestyle in the highly anticipated new one hour series BREAKING BAD from Sony Pictures Television. The provocative drama depicts the extraordinary lengths to which a man will go in order to provide for his family.
807 reviews
Adam Rivard
May 28, 2018
By far the best show ever made. The transformation of Walter White is simply amazing. His cancer diagnosis unleashes the man he always wanted to be but was too afraid to become. The supporting characters are all amazing. Hank, Jesse, Gus and Mike all deserve shows of their own. I could watch this series a couple times a year and always find something new to appreciate. I highly recommend Better Call Saul after viewing Breaking Bad.
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Laura Beard
February 9, 2015
When I heard about the show I said it wasn't my cuppa tea. I was tricked into watching the first several episodes and from there, I'd be lying if I didn't admit I was from that point hooked. Waiting for each week to pass so I could watch the next episode was too much. I kept stating that once a week was not enough. Breaking Bad was the best.. absolutely brilliant. Everything must come to an end and it's a shame this show had to! Everyone's part was played so well. The producers, writers, cast, etc.
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Jen D
April 29, 2020
One of the best shows ever created in my opinion! The story line is phenomenal and so consistently enjoyably intense and along with that the casting for characters and character development is outstanding. Bryan Cranston delivers a top notch performance and it is arguable, between he and Aaron Paul, which is the most compelling between the two. I do not have one critique for this show and will watch it through many more times as it seems to get better each time.
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