'Breaking Bad' goes out on top
HBO and Netflix were simply no match for Walter White & Co. at the 2014 Emmys
The series comes to a close in a deliciously satisfying manner
More answers lead to more questions in the penultimate episode of Breaking Bad
Things get incredibly complicated for Walt
Jesse's promise to go after Walt where he really lives comes to fruition, but ends with possibly fatal consequences
Walt tries to talk to Jesse, but Jesse starts working with Hank to bring his former mentor down
Walt gets the upper hand on Hank; Jesse makes a major discovery
As Walt tries to hide the evidence of his meth empire, Hank hopes Skyler will talk, and Jesse gets taken into custody
Walt tries to live his life as a car wash owner, despite Hank's Heisenberg revelation and Jesse's determination to give all his meth-earnings away
Walter tries to close the meth chapter of his life, but Hank opens it back up while reading 'Leaves of Grass'
Down by the river, Mike tries to flee, but Walt has poisoned the well
Jesse and Mike want to take the business in a certain direction, and Walt disagrees. This leads to a frank exchange of ideas
Jesse plots an elaborate heist in an attempt to fix the methylamine problem; things take a dark turn
Walt embraces his Heisenberg side as he turns 51, but Skyler's finally had enough of it
After going into "pest removal," Mike and Walt struggle for control of the business. Meanwhile, Walt warns Jesse not to fly too close to the sun
Madrigal gets a whiff of impending disaster, while Walt can only smell success
They might've killed Gus, but Walt and Jesse might have to risk everything to get some crucial evidence back from the cops
A grisly season finale gives new meaning to the words "Face Off"
For Walt, Jesse, and poor Brock, the "End Times" are nigh.
Skyler loses the money. Ted loses his head. Walt nearly loses his mind.
When Jesse finally hits Walt, the student becomes the master.
Hank's after Gus, the cartel's after Walt, and the clock's ticking. Why not seize the day?
Jesse tries to atone for his sins, while Walt refuses to repent
Walt gets to be the boss, while Jesse moves up the ranks, gangster style
Hank plays Encyclopedia Brown while Jesse and Walt struggle for control
Walt plays blackjack and Jesse takes a gamble while Hank places his bets.
Skyler and Marie stand by their men—until the men don't like it so much
Jesse gets a little crazy while Walt goes vigilante on Gus