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Review of “Grilled” (02:02)
In the second episode of Breaking Bad’s second season, Walt (Bryan Cranston) is “missing” and his brother-in-law Hank (Dean Norris) is on the hunt. Coincidentally, as Hank personally explores Walt’s mysterious life, he also is professionally looking for Tuco (Raymond Cruz), the badass drug dealer who has escaped the authorities time and time again. Little does the DEA agent know that both his searches will wind up in the same place: Tuco has imprisoned Walt and Jesse (Aaron Paul) in a middle-of-nowhere house owned by his invalid father.
Review of “Seven Thirty-Seven” (02:01)
The difficulties continue to mount for Walter White (Bryan Cranston) in the season-two premiere of Breaking Bad. He’s still in need of money. His partner, Jesse (Aaron Paul), is still a blithering idiot. His wife (Anna Gunn) and son (RJ Mitte) look at him like he’s a stranger. Tuco (Raymond Cruz), a menacing drug dealer with a violent streak, is getting crazier and crazier. Oh, and he’s still dying of lung cancer.
When’s a man supposed to breathe?