Grab a Xanax and prepare for your heart rate to increase - we're ranking the best seasons of Vince Gilligan's hit TV series, Breaking Bad. From the first time we meet Walt and Jesse, to the explosive series finale, there was no shortage of titillating moments to keep viewers on the edge of there seats throughout all five incredible seasons of Breaking Bad.
What was the best season of Breaking Bad? Seasons 5 tops our list - it has been widely touted as the most perfect series finale of all time. Gilligan didn't waste anyone's time by drawing out the series with useless, winding plot lines. Instead, he ended Breaking Bad in a natural place that made the most sense, even if it did send BrBa fans worldwide spiraling into withdrawal.
You may think that the seasons with the highest body counts were best, or you might feel that Walt's creation of the Heisenberg alter-ego defined the series. Perhaps you believe that the nursing home explosion was one of the most epic hits in history, or maybe it revved you up when the white supremacist gang took out ten potential informants that might have brought down the Heisenberg drug operation. The best thing about Breaking Bad is that the moments when Walt is fighting for his family are just as intriguing as the moments when he's building up his drug empire.Vote up the best seasons of Breaking Bad, and be sure to let us know what you think in the comment section, bitch!
Notable Plot Points:
Part 1 - Walt & Jesse team up with the Vamanos Pest team in a new meth production operation · The one-minute hit · Walt retires from the business · Walt kills Mike · Hank finds the Gale-inscribed Walt Whitman book.Part 2 - Hank's investigation of Walt · Jesse's mental breakdown · The firefight in the desert · Jesse's enslavement · Walt's exile · The final showdown with the white supremacists.
Notable Plot Points:Repercussions of Gale's execution · Jesse's friendship with Mike develops as Gus tries to push Jesse and Walt apart · Brock is poisoned · Don Salamanca helps Walt kill Gus.
Notable Plot Points:Walt and Jesse go back to cooking · Walt hires Saul. Combo is assassinated · Jesse becomes involved with his ex-drug addict neighbor, Jane · Walt watches Jane die · Skyler and Walt separate.