WARNING: If you didn't watch last night's "Breaking Bad" ... WHATEVER YOU DO ... Don't read this story!
Two more episodes to go.
This episode was entitled "Ozymandias" and it featured the most shocking moments in "Breaking Bad" history.
Too late. OK, here it comes. First, this episode was entitled "Ozymandias" and it featured the most shocking moments in "Breaking Bad" history. Let's start off with the killing of a central character. Much like Christopher was killed in "The Sopranos" with just a few episodes to go, Hank Schrader was killed on this week's "Breaking Bad." Holy Shit.
LAST WEEK'S EPISODE ended with a cliffhanger, a shootout, and we find out that shootout did not end well for DEA Agent Gomez and, despite Walt's pleading with Jack, we saw the shooting death of Hank. "He's family!" Walt cried. He even offered up his money, all 80 million dollars of it, in exchange for the life of the DEA agent who arrested him mere minutes ago. But Hank knew his number was up, and Jack promptly shot him in the head.
There's more. Walt points out to Jack and the gang that Jesse is hiding out under one of the cars, and they drag him away. But not before Walt tells Jesse how he watched Jane die. It's clear he blames his former partner for Hank's death. Jack's group takes most of Walt's money, but they do leave Walt one barrell of cash.
Jesse is beaten and forced to help Todd cook, with the incentive of Brock and Andrea's safety hanging over his head. So now Marie, who has no knowledge about what happened in the desert, goes to the car wash to tell Skyler that Walt has been captured by Hank, and therefore all the copies of the incriminating evidence tape need to be destoyed ... and they need to tell Walt Jr everything.
Everything. Holy Shit!
Skyler, Walt Jr. and baby Holly arrive home to find Walt packing up and begging them to do the same. Skyler realizes that Hank is dead, grabs a knife and tells Hank to get out. Walt refuses, and a wrestling match between Skyler and Walt ensues. Walt Jr. jumps in to save his mom, and Walt, realizing that his family is no longer standing by him, takes Holly and runs.
And just when we were getting seriously worried about baby Holly, Walt calls Skyler right when she's in the middle of reporting everything to the police. While the cops bug the conversation, Walt complains that Skyler never supported him and goes all Heisenberg on her, even lying about killing Hank. all while Marie is listening in.
But by going on and on about how he did this all alone and without her, he exonerated his wife and put all the blame solely on him. It was one of the very few things he could do to save his family. In tears, Walt leaves Holly at a fire station to be discovered and is last seen being picked up by Saul Goodman's "disappearing man", on his way to a new life with a new identity.
Two more episodes to go.
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