Walter White returns to Albuquerque one last time to make amends.
Gene catches up with Francesca. Saul Goodman meets new business partners who are cooking meth.
Saul and Kim keep pushing their plan against Howard. Lalo’s preparing to do an interrogation in Germany.
Nacho tries to make his way back from Mexico in one piece. Saul’s world is beginning to crumble.
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.
The story of Tortuga’s tortoise revealed. And when Skyler’s pushed to the brink, she does something that will change her marriage to Walt even further, forever.
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