Could this be the end for Walt?
After Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) threatened Walt (Bryan Cranston) and his family on last week's Breaking Bad, Walt decides
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Walt (Bryan Cranston) made it out of Jesse's house after their comically brutal fight last week, but he's MIA on Sunday's Breaking Bad (10/9c, AMC) on a rather important day — Jr.'s 16th birthday.
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"Walt, if you're there, please pick up," Skyler (Anna Gunn) says, leaving a message ...
The consequences of Walt's actions are really about to pile up on Breaking Bad.
In the season opener (warning: minor spoilers follow) Skyler (Anna Gunn) filed for divorce after learning that Walt (Bryan Cranston) has become a crystal meth manufacturer. On Sunday's episode (10/9c, AMC), Walt gets his first taste of how serious Skyler really is.
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"She's trying to maintain distance and Walt's agenda is to bring them back [together]," Cranston tells TVGuide.com. "They're working at counter-purposes here, and all in the interest of what they think is best for the family. It gets very contentious throughout the season."
Walt will get some support from his son (RJ Mitte), who shows up at Walt's apartment complex no longer wanting to live at home with Skyler. Walt seizes...
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Advocates see the casting of McHale, who is not disabled, as a lost chance for someone with an actual disability to get the role...