“Breaking Bad” season 6 episode 2, titled “Buried” airs Sunday night Aug 18. “Breaking Bad” is not known for too many spoilers, so it's hard to get too much information about what an up and coming episode is about. This AMC show traditionally gives up mostly generic information when it comes time to describe an episode in the future, according to Hypable on Aug. 18.
Tonight's “Buried” is about "Skyler's past catching up to her," as well as Jesse, who "continues to struggle with his guilt" and Walt, well he is still "covering his tracks." This is the information that the Comcast Xfinity menu offers up for Sunday night's show.
Last week we saw just how bad Jesse had it with his guilt getting the best of him. Skyler seems to have turned into a Bonnie for her Clyde-like husband when she ousted Walt's former “work associate” out of the car wash last week. She's got a little of that tough-guy thing going on that grew in Walt through the seasons.
What in Skylar's past comes back tonight to haunt her, the old boss Ted? Is the guy she was romantically involved with coming back into the picture to stir up a little trouble? Or is it something she did within the family that she has to hash over again?
After Walt told Hank to “tread lightly” last week, you can just bet his mental state is still taking a nose dive. As far as Walt “covering up tracks” this wouldn't be “Breaking Bad” unless the high school chemistry teacher turned drug dealer wasn't covering up something. His track covering usually involves attempting to stave off any finger pointing at him, from either the good or the bad guys.
"Breaking Bad" season 6, episode 2 airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.