Richard is in Abu Dhabi to drive the 886 bhp Porsche 918 Spyder around the Yas Marina F1 circuit. Stig also drives the Porsche and the McLaren P1 around the Top Gear track: if he can set a faster lap time for the Porsche, Jeremy has promised to change his name to Jennifer.
Speaking of Jennifer, 'he' drives the seventh generation Volkswagen Golf GTI and the BMW M135i. Meanwhile, in an unexpected move, Jeremy/Jennifer and James create a public information film to promote safer cycling. They present it to members of Westminster Council and former cyclist Chris Boardman, who won the gold medal for the Individual Pursuit at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
Aaron Paul is the Star (apparently) in the Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
The story of Walter White, his family, and his associate, Jesse Pinkman, arrives at a close to conclude the series. (Written and directed by Vince Gilligan.)
Live from New York, it's... Jay Pharaoh!
Sketches include "Explaining Obamacare," "Girls," "Express Air Flight 314," "New Cast Member or Arcade Fire?" "e-meth," "Cinema Classics," "Rick's Model T's," and "Manolo Blahnik."
Arcade Fire performed "Reflektor" and "Afterlife."moreless
Events set in motion long ago move toward a conclusion. We flash forward to the events that take place in New Hamspire. (Written and directed by Peter Gould.)
Everyone copes with radically changed circumstances in different ways. (Directed by Rian Johnson.)
An unusual strategy starts to bear fruit, while plans are set in motion that could change everything. (Written and directed by Sam Catlin.)
Jesse decides to make a big change in his life, while Walt and Skyler try to deal with an unexpected demand. (Written by Gennifer Hutchison. Directed by Michael Slovis.)
Skyler's past catches up with her while Walt needs to cover his own tracks. Jesse continues to struggle with guilt. (Written by Thomas Schnauz. Directed by Michelle MacLaren.)
Walt tries to adjust to life outside of the "business" and meets with Jesse to hopefully talk through some of it. Hank grapples with a troubling lead that still requires real evidence to pursue further. (Written by Peter Gould. Directed by Bryan Cranston.)moreless