Breaking Bad recap: The bogus, manipulative 'confessions' of Walter White

Walt's two closest friends have become his two greatest enemies. And he's willing to destroy them to save himself.

"Goodbye, Jesse Pinkman. Hello, Mr. Credit to Society"? Not so fast, Saul.
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Boy, that escalated quickly.

Tonight's episode, "Confessions," centered on Walt's two biggest enemies: Hank and Jesse, who have each been deeply wounded by Walt, and are each seeking to take him down. When Hank's "enemy of my enemy is my friend" pitch in the confession room doesn't work on Jesse, he's forced to double back and try to figure out how to make the case without his star witness.

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