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1 - 27/01/1973 2 - 03/02/1973 3 - 10/02/1973 4 - 17/02/1973 The Doctor and Jo take the TARDIS on a test flight.
They arrive on a cargo ship, the SS Bernice, that appears to be crossing the Indian Ocean in 1926 but is in fact trapped inside a Miniscope - a banned peepshow of miniaturised life-forms - on the planet Inter Minor.
Back at the front door the two bikers which Jesse thought he saw have been revealed to be two harmless Mormon missionaries on bicycles.
Skyler makes an appointment for Walt with a top-rated oncologist.
The device is owned by a pair of Lurman entertainers, Vorg and Shirna, who hope to make a quick profit from Inter Minor's hitherto reclusive natives.
They have run into trouble, however, as the bureaucratic Minorians are dissatisfied with their credentials.
"It's bad." Later, the adults discuss Walt's situation.
Jesse scurries away, grabbing a meth baggie before escaping out the back door.
Jesse congratulates "little bro" but advises that "not all learning comes out of books." Their mom checks in on them, walking away without reclosing the door.
Hank puts his DEA team on notice that "new players in town" are making super-pure meth. "Best scante ever." The next morning, Jesse peers through parted curtains at the street outside. Strange sounds echo in his head and, eyes widened, he sees two scruffy bikers march toward the house, each tossing and catching a grenade in one hand and brandishing a huge knife in the other.
The story causes Sklyer to burst into tears, Marie asks what's wrong. Skyler think's that chemicals from long-ago lab work might have caused the cancer, but Marie steers the conversation on the next steps for Walt and talks about lining up "an oncology dream team." Hank assures Walt that whatever happens, he'll take care of Walt's family.
Allow us to introduce you to Saul Goodman in episodes from seasons 2 and 3. Jesse, hanging at his house with two meth heads, brags about cooking a great batch but only offers them pot, saying he's trying to lay off the meth because it's making him paranoid.
Available now on and the AMC app for i OS, Apple TV, Android, Windows, Fire Tablets, Roku, Xbox One, and VOD. They get up to leave, but he says he's just joking, and pulls a bag out of his pocket.He just wants to "touch base" and says he's "got dudes that would give their left nut for a little more" of Walt's meth. "It's spread from the lung to the lymph nodes," the oncologist tells Skyler and Walt about the cancer. Just give up and die." Walt again crosses paths with the "KEN WINS" BMW again at a service station.