Kim’s moral dilemmas get worse. Gus anxiously awaits word about the dead drops.
Jimmy/Saul gets into serious business like never before, running into a familiar face from Breaking Bad.
Walt is trying to make a go of the meth business all on his own this time. Will it work? Probably not without help.
Mike and Jesse want out of the meth business. Walt makes it difficult for them to leave.
Walt and the gang have to go Jesse James-style to find more methylamine
In the aftermath of Walt’s decisions, he and Jesse have to figure out a way to stay alive.
When the unthinkable occur, Jesse takes action and leaves Walt to make a brutal decision.
Skyler offers to pay for Hank’s medical bills. Walt and Gus meet alone to discuss current events.
In the wake of Hank’s shooting, Walter starts figuring out some ugly truths. And others find out truths about him.
Hank makes a serious mistake that alters his personal & professional life, possibly beyond repair.
Walt finally decides on granting Skyler a divorce. And he’s always dealing with his nasty hubris, as is his former partner Jesse.
Gus makes Walt an offer that isn’t easy to refuse.
While Skyler grapples with an affair, her sister Marie deals with Hank’s inability to open up emotionally.