Short synopses for “Breaking Bad” Season 5 Part 2 have surfaced, and with the big premiere only a little over two weeks away, fans have begun to speculate. Adding to the excitement of impatient fans, Television Without Pity got the scoop on some possible major spoilers for the second half of Season 5 premiere, “Blood Money.”
According to the source, this is a leaked episode description from a lucky fan or press member who has already seen the episode. Since the “Breaking Bad” debut is almost here though, there is a strong possibility that a lot of fakes are out there, so take these possible spoilers with a grain of salt.
The spoilers read that in episode 9 “Blood Money,” Hank will come out of the bathroom and hide the book in Marie’s purse. He is incredibly upset and leaves with his wife immediately. Hank pulls over someone’s yard on the way home, as he is very agitated. As soon as they make it home, Hank gets out a case file to compare Gale’s handwriting to the inscription he found on the book.
Lydia will stop by the car wash and try to get Walt to comeback and cook, lying that she was shorted in quality on the last run.
Jesse goes to Saul with all of his money. He wants Saul to give half to Mike’s granddaughter and half to the parents of the kid Todd shot. After he leaves, Saul calls Walt to tell him what Jesse wants him to do.
Walt pays Jesse a visit and returns the money Jesse gave to Saul, asking why he wants to give it all away. Jesse explains that since Walt killed Mike, someone has to look after his beloved granddaughter. Walt tries to convince Jesse that he didn’t kill Mike, but Jesse doesn’t believe him.
The next day Hank calls in sick to work, but has all of the files on Heisenberg and Gus Fring send over to him. Walt shows up at Hanks, after looking everywhere for the book and finding a GPS tracker on the car. Walt questions him about the GPS and Hank punches him, exclaiming, “It was you all along!” According to the source, Walt says something along the lines of “Those are some wild accusations, and also, you can’t prove anything.”
What do you think “Breaking Bad” fans? Does that sound like a credible plot? Or is someone out there trying to troll impatient fans? We’ll find out for sure in just over two weeks! You can also like us on Facebook at fb.com/sanysays and follow us on Twitter at @sany_says to see the latest spoilers and “Breaking Bad” news on your newsfeed!
“Breaking Bad” Season 5 continues on AMC on August 11. In case you missed it, here are the synopses for Season 5 episodes 9 – 16.