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Breaking Bad - The Final Season

Highlights from Breaking Bad Season 5 on AMC. This album will be updated as season 5 progresses!

Warning: Potential Spoilers may be in this gallery.

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    Season 5, Episode 9

    The second part of season 5 starts with a flash-forward of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) entering the front of his Albuquerque home, which is boarded up and fenced off.

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    Season 5, Episode 9

    White enters an empty shell of what was his home. The Heisenberg grafitti catches Walt's eye.

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    Season 5, Episode 9

    Walter White enters what was the bedroom in his home. Later scenes show him to open up an outlet where he hid a vial of ricin in the first part of season 5.

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    Season 5, Episode 9

    In a humorous moment in episode 9, Badger (Matt Jones) shares his Star Trek script idea with in Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) and Skinny Pete (not pictured) in Pinkman's home.

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    Season 5, Episode 9

    Tired of hearing Badger's Star Trek conversation, Pinkman goes upstairs with a couple bags of money. Not wanting anything to do with the money, Pinkman takes the bags of money to Attorney Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk).

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    Season 5, Episode 9

    Walt brings the bags of cash that Pinkman brought to Goodman's office BACK to his home. Jesse wants nothing to do with the cash, which he calls "Blood Money."

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    Season 5, Episode 9

    Walter tells Jesse to stop focusing on the past. He tells Jesse that he's out of the drug business himself and says there's nothing for them to do but live good lives

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    Season 5, Episode 9

    Walt is back in chemotherapy. The cancer returned. Walt discovers his "Leaves of Grass" book is missing after vomiting, a side effect of the chemotherapy.

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    Season 5, Episode 9

    After being awoken by a homeless man, Jesse gives a stack of cash to him, which he takes, reluctantly. Jesse then starts to drive down the streets of an impoverished neighborhood, throwing stacks of cash out his car window.

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    Season 5, Episode 10

    Skylar White is confronted by her brother-in-law, Hank, in a diner about turning in Walter.

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    Season 5, Episode 10

    Hank pressures Skylar to leave the kids with Hank and his wife. Skylar refuses, and begins to raise a scene, causing Hank to step back.

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    Season 5, Episode 10

    Lydia Rodarte-Quayle (Laura Fraser) is taken to the Declan gang's meth lab - a bus under a make-shift junk yard.

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    Season 5, Episode 10

    Quayle demands a higher quality product than what is being produced. She recommends bring Todd Alquist back to help cook. As this is happening, gunfire breaks out above the ground.

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    Season 5, Episode 10

    After being helped out of the underground lab, Todd (Jesse Plemons) helps navigate Lydia around the corpses, with her eyes closed. Todd's uncle's gang ended the Declan gang's meth operation.

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    Season 5, Episode 10

    Walter goes to the New Mexico desert with the cash that was in a storage room put into barrels. He buries the barrels, and heads home exhausted.

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    Season 5, Episode 10

    Upon returning home from burying the cash, he faints onto the floor in the bathroom. When coming to his senses about 5 hours later, he tells Skylar the cancer is back.

    Walt also tells Skylar he will turn himself in if she promises to not give back the money, as to not make all his evil deeds meaningless. Skylar tells him Hank has no evidence -the best action is to remain silent.

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    Season 5, Episode 10

    After being confronted by Walter White (and being told to "tread lightly,") Hank Schrader (Dean Norris), White's brother in law in the DEA is faced with some major decisions. Should he pursue and prosecute Walt - and risk losing his job?

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    Season 5, Episode 11

    Walter and Skyler White sit down to a tense dinner with Hank and Marie Schrader. Marie (Betsy Brandt) feels it is in the best interest to have the kids in their home. Skyler and Walt refuse.

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    Season 5, Episode 11

    At dinner, Marie Schrader recommends that Walt kill himself. Taken aback, Skyler assures Hank and Marie the kids are safe, and that the entire operation is over.

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    Season 5, Episode 11

    Walt and Skyler leave the restaurant, but not before leaving a DVD on the table. On the DVD is a confession - but not a confession that one would expect.

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    Season 5, Episode 11

    Walter and Jesse Pinkman visit in the New Mexico desert. Walt encourages Jesse to consider changing his identity and starting a new life. Jesse feels that Walter is not concerned about him, but his own interests.

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    Season 5, Episode 11

    Unable to really answer Jesse's concerns, Walt simply goes and hugs Jesse. Does Walt truly have concern for Jesse, or is this move part of Heisenberg's plan?

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    Season 5, Episode 11

    After deciding to leave Albuquerque with a new identity, Saul Goodman sets Jesse up to meet a man who would give Jesse a new identity. Goodman's bodyguard Huell drops off Jesse to be picked up at near a busy street in Albuquerque.

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    Season 5, Episode 11

    Jesse notices that something is missing from his jacket. Huell took a bag of dope from Jesse's jacket. Something from the past starts to make a little more sense. Jesse is livid when he returns to Saul's office. After beating the truth out of Saul, Jesse steals Saul's car and drives to the White house in an ending that needs to be seen to be believed.

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    Season 5, Episode 12

    Confronting Walter on the events, and the conversation she saw him have with Saul, Skyler gets the truth about the sequence of events from Walter.

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    Season 5, Episode 12

    After returning home to find that Jesse was about to set fire to the White home, Walter makes up a lie about a malfunctioning gas pump to make up for the gas odor permeating through the house. The family goes to a hotel. But Skyler sees through Walt's lie.

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    Season 5, Episode 12

    Skyler surprisingly suggests that they kill Jesse to make sure the family is safe. Walt is speechless.

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    Season 5, Episode 12

    Hank finds Jesse about to set fire to the White's home. Instead of arresting him, Hank takes Jesse to his home.

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    Season 5, Episode 11

    After having Jesse sober up while sleeping in his home, Hank is able to record a confession from Jesse. Hank is able to get Jesse to work with him in order to try and bring down Walter White.

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    Season 5, Episode 12

    Walter is seen sitting by the pool trying to figure out his next moves.

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    Season 5, Episode 12

    Walt Jr. comes to the pool to talk to his dad. He is still worried about his dad and his fight with cancer.

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    Season 5, Episode 12

    Hank wires Jesse with a microphone to talk to Walter in the public square in downtown Albuquerque. Jesse sees a man he thinks would murder him, so he calls Walt on his cell phone to say that he isn't going to talk to him.

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    Season 5, Episode 12

    Walt ends the episode making one more phone call. Could this phone call could be detrimental to Hank's case against Walt?

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    Season 5, Episode 13

    At the A1A Car Wash Skyler teaches Walt Jr. how to ring customers up. Saul Goodman arrives and Skyler looks furious while Jr. is slightly star struck.

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    Season 5, Episode 13

    Walt reluctantly agrees to cook a batch of meth for the neo-nazis in exchange for the death of Jesse Pinkman. When he neo-nazis can't find Jesse, Walt visits Andrea and Brock during breakfast and deceives Andrea into leaving Jesse a message, asking to meet up at her house.

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    Season 5, Episode 13

    Walt is tricked into the desert by Pinkman, who claims he is burning his money. Thinking that Jesse is in the desert, he calls the neo-nazis with the coordinates of where he thinks Jesse is located.

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    Season 5, Episode 13

    Hank and Steven Gomez (Steven Michael Quezada) arrest Walter White in the desert after a tense standoff. However, the episode ends in a round of gunfire between the neo-nazis, Hank and Gomez. What ends up happening in the end?

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    The episode begins where episode 13 left off - in the desert. Walt pleads with Jack (Michael Bowen) to spare Hank Schrader's life. Jack asks Hank if he wants to compromise. Hank responds, "I'm ASAC Schrader, and you can go #### yourself."

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    Season 5, Episode 13

    Walter White is in shock at the events that transpired. His brother in law is dead, as is Steven Gomez.

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    Jack's white supremacist gang figures the money is hidden in the desert and digs up the cash. Walt is still in shock - his family and his money are disappearing before his lives.

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    Todd convinces his uncle to give a barrel of cash to Walt. He agrees and loads it into Walt's Chrysler. Walt mentions that he wanted Jesse Pinkman taken care of. Jack and his gang find Pinkman - under Walt's car.

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    Walt's Chrysler runs out of gas. Rolling his barrel of cash through the desert, he buys a pickup truck off of an elderly rancher. He rushes home and starts to pack his family's clothing.

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    Walter Junior (RJ Mitte) returns home with Skyler. Frantic, Walter wants the family to leave with him. Junior is aware of Walter's secret that he's been hiding after Marie forced Skyler to tell Walter Junior.

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    In a tense stand off at home, Walter tries to lie that "Hank let him free." Skyler sees through the lie and refuses to go with Walt.

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    After being attacked by a knife by Skyler, Walter gets in an altercation with Skyler and Junior. Seeing his defeat, he gets up to leave as Junior calls 911. But Walter doesn't just leave - he takes Holly, their infant daughter, with him.

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    At the White residence, Skyler receives a call from Walter. Knowing she is lying about being alone, Walter berates her for "double crossing him" and that she should never have told Jr. about his drug business

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    Season 5, Episode 13

    Walt's phone call continues, telling her that she had no idea of the extent of his crimes. Skyler begins to realize her husband is giving her an alibi, and merely responds with an "I'm sorry." When asked about Hank though, he tells her that she'll never see him again, horrifying Marie.

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    Skyler asks for him to give baby up Holly and Walt responds, suppressing tears, that he only has a few more errands to run. A firefighter finds the baby in a fire truck after going into the truck to turn off some lights that were flashing.

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    Season 5, Episode 14

    The next day, Walt waits with his luggage and barrel of $10 million. "The Extractor" will arrive shortly - taking Walt off to a new life.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) arrives at the extractor's vacuum repair shop, amused that his cover story is real.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    "The Extractor," (Robert Forester) takes Saul's photo and prepares a Nebraska identity for him. Saul must lay low for a day or two - where he will have a roommate - Walter White.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    Saul tells Walt he should stay and turn himself in to allow Skyler to go free. Walt's plan differs. He wants to hire hit men to kill Jack's White Supremacist Gang. Sal leaves to start his new life.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    Jesse is seen in his dungeon looking at a photo of Andrea and Brock. He is able to get out of his handcuffs using the paperclip that was on the photo.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    Skyler White talks with representatives of the DEA, stating she has no idea where Walt is. She goes home, her house under surveillance. However, when Holly starts to cry, she is greeted by 3 men in ski masks and black outfits. When asked if she told the DEA anything about Lydia, who was at the car wash weeks ago, she informs them she didn't. The men in black, one being Todd, tells her to NOT say a word about Lydia.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    The extractor takes Walter White to a cabin in New Hampshire. The cabin is spartan - no outside hookups. The extractor informs Walt that he is to NOT leave the cabin's two acres. If Walt leaves, "the Extractor" will not return for his own safety.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    Walter decides to ignore the warning - but finds the walk out to town is too far, especially in his health condition.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    "The Extractor" returns to Walter's cabin months later with supplies, including new glasses for Walt, as his vision is going bad. Ed informs Walter that Skyler has custody of both children, and is working as a taxi dispatcher.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    Ed the Extractor hooks up a homemade chemotherapy rig for Walter. Lonely, he asks Ed to stay with him for another 2 hours for $10,000.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    Alone again, Walter prepares a package full of cash to send to his family.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    As Jesse attempts to escape from his dungeon, Todd comes by with ice cream as a celebration for a 96% pure meth cook. As Todd leaves, he asks him to leave the tarp cover off, making it easier for Jesse to escape. He escapes, but his plans are soon foiled when he is caught by a camera. Punishment for Jesse ensues.

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    Walter goes off to a tavern and makes a phone call - one to his son Walter Junior at school. Junior wants nothing to do with his father, blaming him for his uncle's death and saying "why don't you just die already."

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    Season 5, Episode 15

    Walter makes one more phone call. While sitting in the tavern, something on TV catches his ear. It was Elliot and Gretchen Schwartz. Their dialogue on the Charlie Rose TV show catches Walt's attention, ending the 15th episode, and setting up the explosive finale airing on September 29.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    As police are searching the area, Walt breaks into a car. Is this his way out of New Hampshire and back to New Mexico?

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Walt finds his way to Elliot and Gretchen Schwartz' Albuquerque home. He brings in the last of his money with the request it goes to his son on his 18th birthday. If the money doesn't go to his son, then he threatens to send "hit men" after them as they are illuminated with red laser sights.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Walt picks up Badger and Skinny Pete - the "hitmen" who were holding laser pointers at Gretchen and Elliot. He finds out the blue meth is still being cooked.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Jesse is seen cooking meth as a "slave" for Todd's Uncle Jack and his white supremacist gang.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    After purchasing an M16 machine gun, Walter goes to his home to retrieve the vial of ricin from his house. He reminisces about his 50th birthday when Hank first told him about the possibility to ride along with him on a meth lab bust.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Lydia meets with Todd in the coffee shop. Walt comes in, begging for a chance to show them how to make meth without Methylamine for $1 million, since he is broke. Lydia refuses to work with him. She is seen stirring Stevia into her chamomile tea with soy milk.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Walt is in the desert, rigging together an contraption with a series of different parts. He tests the mechanism and is satisfied with the results.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Skyler gets a call from her sister, Marie, informing her that Walter is in the area and to be careful.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Walt meets with Skyler one last time. He admits he did all his dirty deeds not for his family, but for himself. He says goodbye to Skyler and their daughter Holly. He watches as Walter Jr. walks into their apartment.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Walt meets with Uncle Jack, and asks about Jesse Pinkman. He calls Pinkman Jack's partner; Jack brings in a shackled Pinkman to show him how much of a "partner" Pinkman is.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    In what appears to be a fit of anger, Walter goes and tackles Jesse to the floor. As they are on the floor, Walter presses a button on a key fob keychain, popping open the trunk and spraying thousands of bullets into the clubhouse where Todd, Uncle Jack and the White Supremacist gang are located.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    In the aftermath, only Todd, Uncle Jack, Jesse and Walter are alive. As Todd is looking outside, complimenting Walter on his work, Jesse sneaks up behind Todd and strangles him with the chains to his handcuffs.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Walter kills Uncle Jack. He takes the gun used to shoot Uncle Jack and slides it to Jesse, allowing Pinkman the chance to kill him. Pinkman tells him "that's what you want" and doesn't kill Walter. He leaves and rides away in a fit of laughter.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Todd's cell phone rings. Walt retrieves the phone from the dead man's coat; It's Lydia, saying she is sick. Walt admits that he poisoned her with the Stevia.

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    Season 5, Episode 16

    Walt makes his way into the meth lab, admiring the equipment. The police come to the compound and discover that Walter White has died - alone and broke.

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