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Walt returns to teaching at the high school; when Skinny Pete gets taken advantage of and ripped off, Jesse steps in, but bites off more than he can chew; Skyler takes the opportunity to show her appreciation for Gretchen's kindness in picking up the tab f (more…)
Walt and Jesse contemplate an expansion of their business; Hank experiences a hassle in El Paso as he tries to adapt to his new coworkers; Skyler's new job opportunity leads to her reconnecting with an ex-colleague; and Jesse interacts with his new landlad (more…)
Badger's brush with the law leads Walt and Jesse to call in a shady lawyer (Bob Odenkirk); the DEA believes it has a line on the mysterious and elusive "Heisenberg"; Hank's stint in El Paso is up and he returns to Albuquerque, but his mental makeup causes (more…)
After undergoing a PET-CAT scan and fearing the worst, Walt takes lawyer Saul's advice and hunkers down for a marathon session of cooking product; Jesse's romance with his landlady is heating up, but must cool off quickly when he and Walt head for the dese (more…)
The Whites throw a party to thank family and friends for their support through Walt's trying time, but it turns ugly when he and Hank get into a bitter argument; later, a pent-up and fed-up Walt tries to occupy his time with home-improvement projects. Worr (more…)
Saul (Bob Odenkirk) suggests a new business partner for Walt and Jesse after they begin to lose their dealers to some unforeseen circumstances. At work, Skyler confronts Ted after she uncovers some unnerving information; and Jesse opens up to Jane about wh (more…)
A new addition joins the White family as Walter Jr. attempts to help out his struggling family by launching a new Web site. Elsewhere, Jesse's addiction worsens and his relationship with Jane begins to negatively impact Walt and her father (John de Lancie) (more…)
In the Season 2 finale, Skyler's frustration with Walt's secrecy boils over; Jesse is dealt a devastating blow that leads him down a path of self-destruction, and only Walt is willing to help him; and a grief-stricken Donald experiences more tragedy.
In the third-season premiere, Walt faces a new threat on a new front and deals with an increasingly angry Skyler, who must consider what to do next with her life and the kids'. Meanwhile, Jesse comes face-to-face with some startling self-revelations.
Walt disregards Skyler's demands and the rift between them widens dramatically, pushing her to take even more drastic steps. Meanwhile, continuing anxiety and panic attacks plague Hank, which leads to a serious situation at the Drug Enforcement Agency.
Skyler's latest bit of bad news proves to be a blow to Walt, and his loss of control endangers his job and his business relationships with Saul and Jesse. Hank goes full-speed ahead into the agency's investigation of the blue-meth case, while Jesse cooks u (more…)
When Gus intensifies efforts to persuade Walt to get back in the meth business, Jesse takes exception and a rift appears in his and Walt's personal relationship. Meanwhile, Skyler's new relationship isn't turning out as she'd like; and Marie tells Skyler a (more…)
The White and Schrader families anxiously await word on Hank's condition. Meanwhile, Jesse takes care of business at the lab while Walt tries to make peace with Gus, but after witnessing a terrifying flash of anger, Walt starts to fear for his and his fami (more…)
Hank's stay in the hospital is accompanied by some daunting bills, but Skyler thinks she has a way of dealing with them. Meanwhile, some of the problems between Walt and Gus are ameliorated; and Jesse seeks more independence and grabs a profitable opportun (more…)
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- Premiered: January 20, 2008
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: A high-school chemistry teacher learns he's dying, so he takes up a new career as a meth producer in hopes of earning enough money to take care of his family. (more)