6. Buyout48mWalt, Mike and Jesse deal with the repercussions of the methylamine heist. Mike and Jesse want out, but Walt is determined to build his empire.
Jane's death ultimately leads to the Wayfarer 515 disaster When her father, an air traffic controller, accidentally fails to stop two aircraft from crashing into each other right over Albuquerque due to his distraction and grief over her death. The crash kills all 167 people onboard both flights.
The Mexican cartel wishes Walt's death in connection with his involvement in the murder of Tuco. Gus reveals to the cartel killers - Tuco's cousins that he was killed by Hank Schrader - which pulls a DEA death sentence. Hank experiences an attack and kills murderers, but his health is terrible. Skyler and Walt offer money to cure his brother-in-law, lying to his wife saying that Walt got money addicted to gambling.
Jane's death had significant repercussions, the largest of which was likely the Wayfarer 515 disaster, and is mainly responsible for Jesse's downward spiral throughout the first half of the season over his role in her death. Walt also expresses guilt over his inaction towards Jane to Jesse, and questions the statistical improbability of both meeting her and talking to her father on the same night, despite never having met either beforehand ("Fly").
Perhaps the best thing about the finale of "Breaking Bad" is that it actually ended. So many shows, notably "The Sopranos" and "Lost," have gone dark without anything approaching finality. Here, the writers were so determined to not leave unfinished business that the last episode was called "Felina," an anagram of finale. And almost every loose end was tied. In some cases, a little too tightly, and in others, not quite as much.
By day, mild-mannered Dexter is a blood-spatter analyst for the Miami police. But at night, he is a serial killer who only targets other murderers.
As Jesse drives away to a new life in Alaska, he remembers a conversation he had with Jane where Jesse tells Jane that he was thinking about what she had said about going where the universe takes you which he now thinks is a cool philosophy. Jane comments that she was being metaphorical and it is a terrible philosophy. "I've gone where the universe takes me my whole life. It's better to make those decisions for yourself," Jane states. ("El Camino")
Jesse learns from his new girlfriend Andrea who killed the Combo and decides to do justice to two Latin American drug dealers. However, men are employees of Gus, which leads to conflict in business. Eventually, with - misinterpreted - the persuasion of Mike, Gus's man of "dirty work", Walt decides to kill the dealers before they kill you Jesse. He rescues an accomplice from imminent death at their hands, drawing Gus's anger upon himself and Jesse. To save his and Walt's life, Jesse kills Gale, forcing Gus to continue working with them because they remain the only "cooks" available to him.
Breaking Bad won a total of 16 Emmy Awards, including 4 for Bryan Cranston as Best Actor. Cranston was also nominated for a Golden Globe four times, winning the fourth time. The series has also won a number of other awards, including 12 Saturn Awards and 8 Satellites.
3. Hazard Pay47mTo Skyler's dismay, Walter moves back into the house. Walter, Mike and Jesse meet with Saul to talk about finding a new place to cook.
Jesse and Walt witness Tuco's brutal, fatal beating. This is the source of their fear that Tuco will want to eliminate them as the only witnesses to the murder. They plan to kill a psychopathic criminal and kill him - shoot them or poison them - for this purpose Walt prepares a dose of lethal poison - castor. Eventually Walt and Jesse are kidnapped by Tuco. As it turns out, he plans to take them to Mexico. At the home of the disabled Tuco's uncle, Hector Salamanca, they are waiting for the dealer's cousins to transport them to the other side of the border. They try to poison Tuco, but his uncle, fully aware but unable to speak, is a witness. He makes Tuco understand that Jesse and Walt are plotting against him. Eventually, when Tuco decides to kill Pinkman and send Walt to Mexico, the partners manage to hurt Tuco. They decide to run away. Unexpectedly, Hank arrives looking for Jesse in connection with Walter's disappearance suspected of by his agent. He kills Tuco, Walt and Jesse run away.