"Everything good?" - Ed (Robert Forster) "Define good." - Saul (Bob Odenkirk)
"I'm in the empire business."
If there is one thing that makes Breaking Bad so endearing, it is watching the downfall of Walter White. It is an incredible transition, defined by a man who is fighting back in the worst possible ways imaginable. The result is a man who over time goes from being sympathetic, to totally villainous and despicable.
A dirt bike bounces across the desert terrain, uprooting rocks and skidding down dusty hills. Soon, the driver stops the bike and removes his helmet. We see it is a young, innocent boy-- maybe 10 or 11 years old. He spies something on the ground. It's a large tarantula. He bends and picks up the arachnid, letting it crawl over his hands and arms.
It's Walter White's birthday! What do you get for the cold-hearted sociopath who has everything (including cancer)? Well, chocolate cake is a good start.
One of Breaking Bad's most unsettling moments takes place in the third episode of season five. Skyler (Anna Gunn) lies in bed. The sounds of nearby gunshots are audible. She goes to the living room, where she finds her husband Walter (Bryan Cranston) and their disabled son Walt Junior (RJ Mitte) laughing gleefully as they watch Brian De Palma's Scarface on TV.
The fifth and final season of Breaking Bad starts on Sunday, July 15. Here is a look back at the top five most memorable moments of the fourth season of Breaking Bad, as a reminder of where the show left off.
"Did you just bring a bomb into a hospital?"
In the war between Walter and Gus, Jesse served as the pawn between the two sides. Throughout this season, both Walter and Gus have tried desperately to get Jesse on their side as a means of survival. In Walter's case, he found there to be no other way of killing Gus, except through Jesse.