Things become totally clear for Hank Schrader, in the worst ways.
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 Skyler grow further apart on his birthday
Gus receives a deadly message from the cartel. Skyler gets bad news from Ted Beneke.
While Mike takes Jesse with him doing pickups, Walt’s left in the dark and cooking alone.
In the aftermath of Walt’s decisions, he and Jesse have to figure out a way to stay alive.
Skyler offers to pay for Hank’s medical bills. Walt and Gus meet alone to discuss current events.
When Walt & Jesse diverge on their latest business plans, Gus Fring makes things more complicated.
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