Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad

Break Bad (v.) 1. To challenge convention 2. To defy authority 3. To raise hell

Chemistry: the study of change. Apply heat and, boom, no going back. Meet Walter White, high school chemistry teacher. Sleepwalking through life when, boom, a terminal diagnosis changes everything. Liberates him. Empowers him to use his chemistry skills anew: to man a rolling drug lab and finance the future for his struggling family. It's an uncontrolled experiment with the American dream. And it finally wakes him up.

Breaking Bad: Change the Equation.

(Source: AMC)

Episode Info

Prev: 5x16 -- Felina (Sep/29/2013)

The series finale.

Bryan CranstonBryan Cranston
As Walter White
Anna GunnAnna Gunn
As Skyler White
Aaron PaulAaron Paul
As Jesse Pinkman
Dean NorrisDean Norris
As Hank Schrader
Betsy BrandtBetsy Brandt
As Marie Schrader
RJ MitteRJ Mitte
As Walter White Jr.
Bob OdenkirkBob Odenkirk
As Saul Goodman (S03-S05, recurring previously)
Giancarlo EspositoGiancarlo Esposito
As Gustavo 'Gus' Fring (S03-S04, recurring previously)
Jonathan BanksJonathan Banks
As Michael 'Mike' Ehrmantraut (S03-S05E07, recurring previously)
Laura FraserLaura Fraser
As Lydia Rodarte-Quayle (S05E09-16, recurring previously)

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Reviews: 1
awesomRating: 7 likes, 2 dislikes

Breakin Bad is awesom, the show portraits much of the reality in the sociaty in which we live, the cast could not be any better to play the roles Read more

Review posted on Tuesday, April 29th 2008 at 1:08 am


Reviews: 15
Detailed review about detailsRating: 3 likes, 2 dislikes

the first thing you see in the pilot episode is chaos and confusion, something that really makes you unable to look away. you don't know what is going on, and it's just complete chaos, which is the meaning. then we back up a bit in the story, and you see it from the beginning. which is why I'm opening my review like this. Read more

Review posted on Monday, March 2nd 2009 at 11:35 pm


Reviews: 6
Top 5 TV shows of all timeRating: 1 likes, 1 dislikes

Breaking Bad is arguably one of the top 5 TV shows of all time. What Breaking Bad showcases is Man's Fight between Pride and Conscience. What constitutes Right and Wrong and how far Man will go in pursuit of his goals. When Pride becomes the driving factor Man's Conscience fights to get a Balance. When that Balance tips in either direction events will set in motion that are unstoppable. With Walter White; his Pride drove him to let go of a Multi Million Dollar company. Then Walter White's Pride drove him to the depths of SociEconomic classes to take a very low paying School Teacher job and even work at a car wash to provide for his families welfare. When Walter White get's Cancer he s driven to pursue a course of action of ultimately making as much money as he could for his family; While he could ie' he is dying and thinks "What the Hell with Society, so be it that Drug Dealing/Manufacturing MIGHT be Wrong, Someone is going to make these Drugs/Someone is going to sell these Drugs, it might as well be me so I can make allot of money for my family as I am dying anyway". Yes; this TV Show one of the best ever show Man's Inner Fight between his Pride and his Conscience. Pride can be both a good thing and a very bad thing, so can your conscience can also be both good and bad. When Looses that careful Balance then there is nothing Man can do but to do his best ad hold on for the ride. This TV show showcases this inner fight and reaches out to society to ask certain Questions. Is Making and selling Drugs really that Bad ? Is the Federal Government's War on Drugs anywhere near successful? What about the division of how far is stepping over the line in the sand when Bad goes too Bad, Wrong is too Wrong. I am sure that in History that Breaking Bad will most definitely Hold one of the slots in the All-time Top 5. Read more

Review posted on Monday, September 23rd 2013 at 1:59 am

4 reviews available
5x16: Felina recap: Walt clears snow off of his car and gets in holding a package of money. He looks around in the glove compartment and finds a screwdriver. He tries to start the car with it but ends up hurting his hand. Police lights shine behind his car and a flashlight shines around. He whispers to himself, "Just get me home, I'll do the rest." The police car passes and Walt lowers the overhead mirror. Keys to the car fall down and he starts the engine... read more.

5x15: Granite State recap: The van that is driving Walt drives into the back of a vacuum sales store. The driver opens the garage and drives his van in. He opens the van door and tells the passenger that they can come out. Saul Goodman exits the van with his luggage. He is surprised to see that the store is actually a vacuum store and not just a front. The man takes Saul's photo for his new Nebraska driver's license and says he will have to hide out in the store for two or three days. The man warns Saul that he will have a bunk mate while he waits for a few days. It's a special case so it's a little trickier to work things out. Saul asks how he is holding up and the vacuum man tells him to be the judge. Saul bends down to look at a TV screen that shows Walt, in his cell, slap the ceiling light... read more.

5x14: Ozymandias recap: Jesse finishes cooking meth with Walt in their trailer. Walt leaves the trailer in his underwear and calls Skyler to apologize for being late to dinner. He agrees to pick up pizza on his way home and they decide to name their baby Holly... read more.

5x13: To'hajiilee recap: Lydia visits Todd in his lab to see the quality of the latest batch of meth. Jack and Kenny are also there and Todd suggests they wear their gas masks. The meth tests out to be 74% but Lydia questions where the blue color is. Jack says they will just add food coloring like they do to salmon. Later, when Todd and Lydia are alone, he apologizes to her for cooking the color out. He promises that he will get better as he cooks more. Lydia tells him that it's very important to her that the meth get better. After she leaves, Todd receives the phone call from Walt where he tells Todd he has a job for Jack. Walt has one target not currently in jail, Jesse Pinkman... read more.

5x12: Rabid Dog recap: Walt returns home to see Saul's car on his front lawn with the door left open. Walt sneaks in through the back door with his gun drawn. He finds the empty gasoline container and the carpet soaked with gas. He tells Jesse to show himself but receives no response. Walt searches through the house but doesn't see Jesse. Outside in the car, Walt discovers a CD... read more.
Recurring Guests

Steven Michael Quezada as Steven Gomez (33 eps)
Charles Baker as Skinny Pete (15 eps)
Christopher Cousins as Ted Beneke (13 eps)
Matt L. Jones as Brandon "Badger" Mayhew (12 eps)
Lavell Crawford as Huell Babineaux (11 eps)
Ray Campbell as Tyrus (10 eps)
Michael Shamus Wiles as ASAC George Merkert (10 eps)
Krysten Ritter as Jane Margolis (9 eps)
Emily Rios as Andrea Cantillo (9 eps)
Tina Parker as Francesca (9 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Crime | Drama | Thriller
Status: Ended
Network: amc ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 20, 2008
Ended: September 29, 2013
Breaking Bad Theme by Dave Porter  
• Kriva pota (Used In Slovenia)
• Totál szívás (Used In Hungary)
• В обувките на сатаната (Used In Bulgaria)
• Во все тяжкие (Used In Russia)
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