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The side effects of chemo begin to plague Walt, who is also cooking meth again. Jesse's friend, Skinny Pete, introduces him to a distributor named Tuco, but things go awry and Jesse ends up hospitalised.
Walt and Jesse try to end their deal with Tuco. Meanwhile, Hank attempts to repair Marie and Skyler's relationship.
With Jesse in hiding, Walt negotiates a bargain with Gus to provide for his and Jesse's safety. But Gus has other plans and when Walt is cornered he puts a drastic last-minute plan in action by asking Jesse to save his life.
A showdown with Gus occurs but Jesse is held under suspicion that he has poisoned Brock. However, Jesse is able to suggest an ally for Walt through Saul's help.
The aftermath of the crash clearly affects the entire community. Walt Jr. adjusts to a new home life. Walt receives a new offer after picking up Jesse from his stint in rehab.
Walt takes action to protect Hank but when Walt learns of his new plan, Walt is forced to take drastic action. Skyler's efforts to solve Ted's financial problems hit a wall.
Jesse, Gus, and Mike head to Mexico where Jesse must show the cartel the recipe. Skyler and the rest of the family worry when Walt doesn't show up for Walt Jr.'s birthday. Saul and Skyler try to help Ted.
Walt and Jesse become short on cash when they try to cover their tracks. Meanwhile, the DEA has a lead that could get them straight to Walt and Jesse.
Hank suffers from the aftermath of his encounter with Tuco. Meanwhile, Jesse hires a crew to get their product out on the streets.
Skyler develops a solution for her money troubles; Hank enlists Walt to investigate a theory; Walt grows impatient with Jesse.
Walt is held at the lab by Mike while Victor attends to Jesse who is still at Gale's apartment. Mike informs Gus about the situation and arrives at the lab with deadly consequences.
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.)
Walter and Skyler attend a former colleague's party. Jesse tries to free himself from the drugs. Later, Skyler organizes an intervention for Walt.
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.)
Hank pushes Gomez and the DEA to pursue a lead. Jesse gets alarming news while Walt struggles to protect his family.
Everyone copes with radically changed circumstances in different ways. (Directed by Rian Johnson.)
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.)
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.)
Mike and Lydia work to get the methylamine delivered for the operation. Walt and Jesse try to work through several ideas to keep undercover.
When Jesse goes missing, Walt fears the worst. Skyler has an unlikely reunion. Hank shares some bad news with Detective Tim Roberts.
Walt meets up with Bogdan, the disgruntled car wash owner. Walter Jr. pushes the purchase of a car. Jesse, meanwhile, continues to team up with Mike after putting in his hours at the superlab.
An unusual strategy starts to bear fruit, while plans are set in motion that could change everything. (Written and directed by Sam Catlin.)
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.)
Skyler's mistakes come back to haunt her; Gus takes action against his rivals; Jesse seeks Walt's help.
Hank presents his ideas to the ABQ police department. Walt and Skyler figure out the logistics of laundering through the car wash. Mike and Jesse continue their security work together.
Walt assumes a new level of superiority in the business venture. Mike is left to deal with the consequences of his actions.
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.
Events spiral out of control at Jesse's house. Skyler asks for Saul's help regarding the carwash. Marie returns to an old pastime and in the process a friend asks Hank for help.
Skyler considers packing up the kids and leaving. Walt and Jesse's ongoing plan may be foiled by a new team member.
Walt and Jesse try to restart the business venture with Mike on their side. Meanwhile, Hank and the DEA explore new leads after understanding more about the explosion at the senior's centre.
Marie confronts Walt over some of his recent actions. Meanwhile, Mike, Jesse, and Walt move forward with their newest business operation.
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.
Walt heads over to see his family, still being kept under guard. News of the deaths at the senior's centre spreads while Walt plots his next moves in order to ensure his family and his secrets are kept safe. Hank realizes that his investigation will be a long one upon discovering the destroyed superlab.moreless