'Breaking Bad' - 'Hazard Pay': Walt and Jesse under the big top


Three episodes into "Breaking Bad" this season, Walter White is feeling pretty great about himself, the business is up and running again, and he and his partners just made a million bucks from a single cook.It's great -- except for all the ominous signs that Walt doesn't seem to see piling up around him. If this season's bad guy is Walt's own arrogance, as creator Vince Gilligan suggested to Zap2it, then "Hazard Pay" made a pretty good case that he's going to be his own worst enemy.Walt's idea to create a roving lab disguised by the pest company's tents really is ingenious, and the first cook goes off without a hitch. Walt's agreement to let Mike handle the business end of things ("And I handle him," he confidently tells Saul after their meeting), however, is more problematic.After subtracting what Jesse fronted to get the operation started, payoffs to the pest company crew, the dealers' cut...



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