Fans have eagerly anticipated the final eight episodes of the critically acclaimed AMC drama "Breaking Bad," which premiere on Sunday, Aug. 11. That anticipation should only increase now that descriptions for the last eight episodes have surfaced.
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Digital Spy posted the following titles and summaries for each of the final eight episodes:
Episode 509 - 'Blood Money': As Walt and Jesse adjust to life outside of the business, Hank grapples with a troubling lead.
Episode 510 - 'Buried': While Skyler's past catches up with her, Walt covers his tracks. Jesse continues to struggle with his guilt.
Episode 511 - 'Confessions': Jesse decides to make a change, while Walt and Skyler try to deal with an unexpected demand.
Episode 512 - 'Rabid Dog': An unusual strategy starts to bear fruit, while plans are set in motion that could change everything.
Episode 513 - 'To'hajiilee': Things heat up for Walt in unexpected ways.
Episode 514 - 'Ozymandias': Everyone copes with radically changed circumstances.
Episode 515 - 'Granite State': Events set in motion long ago move toward a conclusion.
Episode 516 - 'Felina': The series finale.
As expected, the summaries do not offer much detail, as Vince Gilligan likely wants to keep as much of the show's final run under wraps as possible. And the titles are too brief to truly offer any insight, though one is particularly noteworthy.
Episode 5.15, "Granite State," refers to New Hampshire's nickname. Fans will remember that the first scene in the Season 5 premiere showed Walter White, about a year into the future on his 52nd birthday, in a diner with a New Hampshire driver's license, and he looked as though his life had fallen apart.
Perhaps that downward spiral, and the reason Walt has the New Hampshire license, comes into focus in that second-to-last episode.