In the season finale, Peggy and Ed try to escape.
Peggy and Ed follow their plan at the Motor Motel; Lou faces jurisdictional politics; and Hanzee reports to the Gerhardts.
Hanzee searches for Peggy and Ed while Dodd ends up in unfamiliar territory.
Floyd takes action and Charlie tries to prove himself. Peggy and Ed disagree about what to do next and Lou is sidelined during Ronald Reagan's campaign tour.
Floyd responds to Kansas City's proposal; Hanzee takes a road trip; and Lou comes to a realization.
The Gerhardts get an unexpected offer and two surprising murderers try to clean up their mess.
In the second season premiere, a surprising event at a diner disrupts the citizens of a small Minnesota town.
Abraham Lincoln tries to stay alive on the way to his inauguration; Francis Scott Key pens "The Star-Spangled Banner"; Edgar Allan Poe clashes with Rufus Griswold.
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.)
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
Time is running out. Without the payments to Gus' associates in prison, somebody is going to talk. Walter meets with Lydia to obtain the names of Mike's people. Jesse is left out by Walter in the process of the actions, because he is no longer a part of the group.moreless
Walt assumes a new level of superiority in the business venture. Mike is left to deal with the consequences of his actions.
Still upset over the many divisions of their profits, Walt tries to take superiority over Mike. Meanwhile, occupational hazards start to weigh heavily on Jesse and Mike and they start to come up with ideas to end their role in the business.moreless
Mike and Lydia work to get the methylamine delivered for the operation. Walt and Jesse try to work through several ideas to keep undercover.
Marie confronts Walt over some of his recent actions. Meanwhile, Mike, Jesse, and Walt move forward with their newest business operation.
While Alex is concerned that Pete is going back to his slacker ways, Gary looks after Screwsie's boss's difficult cat, but wants something in return. Meanwhile, Pete's mom is back in town and Walt wants to get back together.moreless
Alex finds she is dreaming about Pete while on vacation with Ben. Meanwhile, Walt prepares for his latest theater debut and Alex's neighbor lashes out at Pete's crew.