Hooray for the show actually acknowledging its past! We saw Hank go talk to his old buddies and give his ideas about the drug situation in the Southwest US. It seems like Breaking Bad became a different show from Season 3 onward, so it is good to see them go back to their roots to give the supporting castmember a purpose for still being there.
A decent performance by Aaron Paul for his role tonight, same for Bryan Cranston, but both have done better on this show. This is not quite Emmy-worthy, to be more clear.
I thought today's episode was good, on par with the past few weeks though. I want a little bit more, but this was a solid 43 minutes.