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Breaking Bad 6 Seasons 2011

Season 4
4.9 out of 5 stars (820) IMDb 9.5/10

All 13 episodes from the fourth season of the blackly comic American drama series starring Bryan Cranston as Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher turned crystal meth producer. Walter turned to drugs after being diagnosed with lung cancer, hoping to pay off his weighty medical bills and provide for his family in the event of his death.

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Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn

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1. Box Cutter

Following last season's cliffhanger ending, Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) anxiously wait to see what their drug lord boss, Gus (Giancarlo Esposito), will do next. Meanwhile, Skyler (Anna Gunn) desperately searches for clues to Walt's activities, while Hank (Dean Norris) continues his slow, painful rehab.

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2. Thirty-Eight Snub

Walt (Bryan Cranston) prepares his defense against Gus as Jesse copes by reviving his friendship with Badger and Skinny Pete. Meanwhile, as Skyler (Anna Gunn) hatches a scheme of her own, her sister Marie (Betsy Brandt) struggles to deal with Hank's (Dean Norris) deep depression.

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3. Open House

While Walt (Bryan Cranston) worries about Gus's interference and Jesse's (Aaron Paul) increasingly fragile state of mind, Skyler (Anna Gunn) steps up the pressure to get what she wants.

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4. Bullet Points

As Skyler (Anna Gunn) concocts an elaborate story to explain their finances, Walt (Bryan Cranston) worries when he discovers that Hank (Dean Norris) has begun a new investigation. Meanwhile, Jesse's (Aaron Paul) lack of interest in doing anything but partying catches Gus' attention.

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5. Shotgun

While Walt (Bryan Cranston) worries that his partner is about to be killed, Jesse (Aaron Paul) is with Mike on a perilous run. Meanwhile, as Walt and Skyler (Anna Gunn) close the car wash deal, Hank (Dean Norris) decides to close his investigation.

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6. Cornered

When Skyler suspects that Walt (Bryan Cranston) isn't telling her the truth, Skyler (Anna Gunn) adopts a cold and businesslike approach toward him. Meanwhile, as Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) draws him closer, Jesse (Aaron Paul) proves his worth to Mike and Gus' enterprise.

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7. Problem Dog

Walt (Bryan Cranston) places Skyler (Anna Gunn) in a difficult spot with their new operation. And as Walt looks to protect himself against Gus (Giancarlo Esposito), Jesse (Aaron Paul) agrees to a dangerous proposition.

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8. Hermanos

Hank (Dean Norris) amps up his investigation into the identity of Albuquerque's meth kingpin, while Saul (Bob Odenkirk) helps Jesse (Aaron Paul) with a project. Meanwhile, Walt (Bryan Cranston) gets an update on his health.

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9. Bug

Walt (Bryan Cranston) struggles to subvert Hank's (Dean Norris) homegrown investigation, while a deadly warning forces Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) to consider a deal. Meanwhile, Skyler's (Anna Gunn) plans to run a legitimate business are stalled.

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10. Salud

As Walt (Bryan Cranston) recovers, Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) takes Jesse (Aaron Paul) on an excursion to further his own agenda. Meanwhile Skyler (Anna Gunn) worries when her own plans don't go the way she hoped.

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11. Crawl Space

As Skyler (Anna Gunn) tries to maneuver through a sticky situation, Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) and Jesse get back to work. But when Jesse (Aaron Paul) makes an ultimatum to Gus, Walt (Bryan Cranston) is forced to take drastic measures.

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12. End Times

Walt (Bryan Cranston) prepares for a confrontation. But when someone close to Jesse is put in danger, Jesse (Aaron Paul) must decide who is responsible.

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13. Face Off

As Jesse faces police scrutiny for his comments to Andrea, Walt desperately plots to gain the upper-hand within his season-long game of wits with meth kingpin Gus.

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Breaking Bad is back in it's 4th Season, watch this Sneak Peek of the premiere episode!

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Just a word of warning. This whole series is seriously damaging to your health and will cause you to sit in front of your TV for hours on end forsaking anything else that is happening in your life. You have been warned..........
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What can be said about this spectacular saga that hasn't been said before? One of the very
few series that competes with the best films in history for achievement in cinematic storytelling.
Like a great novel slowly unfolding, it's funny, heartbreaking, incredibly tense, deeply disturbing,
full of brilliant plot twists, rich, compelling characters and a pitch-black sense of humor.

A nebbishy high-school science teacher finds he has lung cancer, so becomes a meth dealer to
make money for his family before his death. Often visually stunning, with a breathtaking
performance by Brian Cranston in the lead, and great work from all the supporting roles,
this portrait of a man's decent into hell couldn't be much better, and it just grows darker and
more disturbing each year.

In a way, thematically it recalls "The Godfather I and II" in how that epic charts Michael's journey
from innocence to darkness, along with the moral murkiness of the endless drive for money
and success - how we lose ourselves, so that succeeding and having ever more becomes an
end in itself for which we will pay any price, rather than a route to happiness, trapping us in a
game we can never win.

This fourth season take the form of an epic battle for control between Walter and his
nemisis Gus. Along the way Walter's morality crumbles even as he becomes ever more
brilliant at manipulating the people and situations around him. And just enough of his
remaining humanity pokes through to keep us caring in spite of ourselves.
This is powerful, important and utterly enthralling stuff.
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NOTE: although I am not planning to reveal any plot details, I cannot review this product without writing about what I perceived as a general change of tone in the series, so if you don't want to know *anything* stop reading now.

What I really enjoyed about the first 3 seasons of BB was the fact that Walter came out as a really smart, really nice guy who's being dragged to the "dark side" by a combination of two things: the failure of modern society to recognise and use his talent (as brilliantly illustrated by his being forced to wash one of his student's car to make ends meet) and sheer bad luck (his lung cancer).

However, as could already be felt toward the end of series 3, Walter is progressively embracing his new career as a criminal and slowly adopting the values of his drug-dealing partners (e.g. "kill or get killed"). Perhaps the writers' intention was to demonstrate that anybody can "break bad", in which case they succeeded brilliantly (not to mention that, as unfortunate as it is, they may well be right). Nevertheless, it came as a mild disappointment to me, because after a while, I could no longer empathise with Walter as much as I did at the beginning of the show.

By contrast, I found myself warming up to Jessie, whom I initially disliked as a bit of a yobbish idiot. He at least remains true to his questionable but honest values and, by virtue of essentially remaining the same, gradually becomes the most sensitive and least ruthless of the pair. Again, this might have been the writers' intention but, again, it contributed to the show losing some of its appeal in my eyes.

In conclusion: BB remains great entertainment, with a brilliant script, top class acting and some useful lessons in life and human nature. I just wish these lessons had been slightly different...
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BB just gets better and better. Walter the magnificent manipulator excels in this season and is getting badder than ever. Fabulous!
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By Jet Lagged TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 25 Mar. 2013
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Season 4. It gets better and better.

Gus and Walt are like two chessplayers in combat. Gus is rational and clear headed. He sees the demands of the position and makes his moves accordingly. He tries to minimise the friction by keeping his emotions out of the picture. He will be ruthless, but only when he needs to be. When the demands of the position call for it, blood will be spilt. But when the position calls for quieter measures he will do this too - such as waiting on customers in his restaurant business.

Walt sees himself as cast in the same mould. But he is deluding himself. He is fully rational only in his own mind. His days of being a carwash cleaner are over for good and there is no going back. He has never felt more alive than when hatching his adrenaline fueled plans. In reality, he is in touch with his own inner psychopath. It's the game itself that now turns him on.

By contrast, for Gus it's mainly about the appreciation of capital. And the sacrifices that must be made to get at it. There is something almost noble about him.

Walt is more of a terrifying suicide bomber. When his back is to the wall, he becomes very, very dangerous. He cannot be controlled. The mistake Gus makes is to think he can control Walt. Nitroglycerin is useful for clearing obstacles, but not if there is a bumpy road ahead.

Gustavo's initial judgment is the correct one. He once rejected Walt as being unsuitable for the business. He should have stuck to that decision. But then we would all have been deprived of the ensuing drama.

This is the end of Season 4. Season 5 is a mystery. How will it all end?

Amazon Update: 24th September 2013 - Breaking Bad has just won an Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series. My heartiest congratulations to all the Cast and Crew!
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