The most awkward dinner ever, Mike getting his BAMF on, Jesse finally taking a stand, and Walter reaching new heights of insane combine to make Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 6: "Buyout" one of the strongest episodes of an already insanely strong sea more
Breaking Bad 5.06 'Buyout' Recap
After a major mishap last week, Jesse and Walt are left to pick up the pieces and deal with the fallout from Todd's fatal snap decision. But even when a decision is made, the tension hits the crew hard and business will more
What " Buyout " lacked in momentum, it made up for with a few memorable moments.
Perhaps the slowest episode of Breaking Bad Season 5 , the installment didn't shock or present the viewer with anything new: as expected, Jesse took the 14-year old's murd more
In tonight's "Breaking Bad" episode, 'Buyout,' Walt admits that he is driven not by money, not by meth, and presumably, not by family: He is in the empire business.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Buyout," the August 19 episode of AMC's "Breaking Bad," and says that the pacing feels off as the guys deal with the aftermath of the train robbery. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-breaking-bad more
After last week's action-heavy episode, "Breaking Bad" slowed the pace Sunday (Aug. 19) for an episode that was mostly about characters sitting around and talking -- though the conversations were so fraught and tense that "Buyout" was just about the equal more
It’s quite difficult to write a spoiler-free opening paragraph here after being so amped up by the hour’s finale. As the rest of “Dead Freight” ambled on I took it as a middling episode. Walt continues to hone, with exceptionally creepy precis more