Series finale! Thank you Walter, Jesse, Skyler, Saul, Hank... you're awesome! A tear drop fell from my eye...
This time, events set in motion in the past move toward a final conclusion. Just one episode to the final!
Every character struggles against radically changed circumstances in several different ways. What will Hank do with Walt? Jesse, is he going to stay alive?
In this episode, things heat up for Walt in many ways. Do you remember Jesse's threat?
An unusual strategy flourishes; potentially life-changing plans are set in motion. Does it involve Hank's investigation?
Jesse decides to make a change. Meanwhile, Walt and Skyler try to deal with an unexpected demand
While Skyler's past catches up with her, Walt covers his tracks. Meanwhile, Jesse continues to struggle with his own guilt
As Walt and Jesse adjust to life out of the business, Hank deals with a big lead. Do you remember the last episode finale?
Hank keeps pushing Mike's people until one of them is ready to confess. The business keeps working, but this is the first-half season finale, so no more spoilers!
Despite of Mike and Jesse's desire to quit the business, Walter meets some meth-distributors from Phoneix to expand his empire. On the other hand, it looks like Hank has an ace up his sleeve!
Now, Walt, Jesse and Mike must decide what to do with Todd. Meanwhile, Hank tries to look after Mike, waiting for him to make a mistake
A magnificient plan comes up in order to get what the team deserves to cook. Meanwhile, Skyler shows what she is capable of and Walter Jr. keeps staying at Hank's house
Walter rents two fancy cars, one for himself and one for his son. His 51th birthday is close and he wants to throw a party, despite of Marie's worries on Skyler
Walt, Jesse and Mike go back to the business. Meanwhile, Marie notices that something is happening to Skyler
In Germany, the owner of a multinational company commits suicide as he's being interrogated by the police. How will this connect to Walt and Jesse's work?
This episode starts with a flashforward to Walt's 52th birthday. He's scruffy and has a forged driver license. Moreover, the story continues after Gus death