It’s the beginning of the end for this first half of the final season; hold onto your butts. First thing’s first, Skyler is clearly trying to poison Walt by buying lesser quality groceries at the local Albertson’s. It’s some long-term thinking, but I thin more
If Walt hadn’t whistled while he was finishing the cook after he told Jesse to go home, it’s quite possible he wouldn’t have had Mike pointing a gun at him at the end of the episode.
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://m.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-breaking-bad-b more
Do not read on unless you've seen Season 5, Episode 6 of AMC's " Breaking Bad , entitled "Buyout."
Elements of this storyline may continue into next year, but I think we now know the general terrain of the first half of "Breaking Bad's" final seas more
Last week's Breaking Bad left the viewers much like Jesse, like they'd just had a strong punch in the gut. Throughout season 5, Jesse has been trying to solve conflict in a non-violent way as much as possible, from his "Magnets, bitch!" plan to his ploy t more
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 season. 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