Episode 11 of “Breaking Bad” Season 5, “Confessions,” aired on AMC on Sunday, August 25. In this episode, Walter’s luck is running out even more as Jesse and Hank might team up together, but that remains to be seen. Meanwhile, Skyler and Walter come across an unexpected demand.
Todd gives Walter a call to tell him that he has some news for him, Walter doesn't pick up so Todd leaves a message. He meets at a diner with two members of the gang and they discuss the new lab and product they will be making.
The next scene is the one fans were left at the edge of their seats - Hank and Jesse. Hank straight up tells Jesse that he knows Heisenberg is Walter. The spoilers revealed earlier proved to be true, Hank tells Jesse that if he agrees to work with him in catching Walter, he'll make all the charges on Jesse go away. Jesse refuses though, but Hank continues and insists. Jesse is saved by by Saul though as he walks in, pulling the usual Saul Goodman act.
Walter Jr. tells his dad that he is going over to Marie and Hank's, but Walter stops him and tells him about his cancer being back. Walt only does this to manipulate Jr. into staying and not going with Hank.
In a very awkward family meet-up, Walter, Skyler, Marie, and Hank meet at a very public restaurant. Walter kindly demands that Marie and Hank leave his children out of this and stop trying to lure them into their house. Walt also tells them that they have no solid proof to pin him to Heisenberg's acts. Marie tells Walter that he should just die, to finally end this. Hank cuts in to basically warn Walter that if he doesn't step up and confess, Hank will find a way to bring him down. Walter and Skyler, leave and hand Hank a disc.
The contents of the disc are shocking. A false confession from Walt, saying, in short, that Hank has been behind the whole thing. That Hank convinced Walter to be his cook, and that he reluctantly agreed because he was going through hard times. Walter basically told his own story, but replaced himself for Hank, blaming him for everything. He also added that if he is found dead, it's because Hank killed him. Hank and Marie are shocked.
Saul and Jesse meet with Walter in the middle of nowhere. The first thing Walter does is check for trackers in the car, not taking any chances on trusting anyone. Jesse tells Walter what happened back at the station, that Hank told him he will make Jesse's charges go away if he tells him everything he knows about Walter. Walter offers to help Jesse out, and tells him about the man Saul told him about - he will help Jesse disappear and start a brand new life.
Jesse cuts Walter off and tells him to stop it with the lies and quit playing the concerned dad. Jesse says he knows that if he doesn't do what Walter asks he will kill him like he killed Mike. Walter, being the great actor and liar that he is, gives Jesse a hug.
Saul begins to process of sending Jesse on his way with his friend that helps people disappear. He gives Jesse instructions on where Jesse will be picked up and what to do. At the arranged spot, a red van stops by to pick Jesse up, but Jesse notices that his cigarette with ricin is missing. This makes him paranoid and he leaves the without getting on the van.
Furious, Jesse returns to Saul's and begins to beat him. Jesse blames Saul on stealing the cigarette, and telling Saul that he figured out that Walter poisoned Brock. Jesse leaves, heading to Walter's, Saul quickly calls Walt to warn him. At the car wash station, Walter grabs a gun he had hidden in the soda machine.
Jesse breaks into Walter's house, pouring gasoline all over it.
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