Cancer Man (Breaking Bad)

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"Cancer Man" is the fourth episode of the first season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad.wikipedia
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Written by Vince Gilligan and directed by Jim McKay, it aired on AMC in the United States and Canada on February 17, 2008.

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The song was used in the fourth episode of the American television series Breaking Bad entitled "Cancer Man".

Breaking Bad (season 1)

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"Cancer Man" is the fourth episode of the first season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad.

Breaking Bad

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"Cancer Man" is the fourth episode of the first season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad.

Jim McKay (director)

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Written by Vince Gilligan and directed by Jim McKay, it aired on AMC in the United States and Canada on February 17, 2008.

AMC (TV channel)

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Written by Vince Gilligan and directed by Jim McKay, it aired on AMC in the United States and Canada on February 17, 2008.

Hank Schrader

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Hank and his DEA team have a meeting over the disappearance of Emilio and Krazy-8, the latter of whom is revealed to have been their informant.

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Hank and his DEA team have a meeting over the disappearance of Emilio and Krazy-8, the latter of whom is revealed to have been their informant.

Informant

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Hank and his DEA team have a meeting over the disappearance of Emilio and Krazy-8, the latter of whom is revealed to have been their informant.

Methamphetamine

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Hank also reports on their discovery of 99.1% pure methamphetamine.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Although the DEA had no leads, Hank believes the product is good enough to make someone Albuquerque's new meth kingpin.

Walter White (Breaking Bad)

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Meanwhile, Walt tells Hank, Marie, and Walt Jr. about his cancer; Skyler has already been told.

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Hank and his DEA team have a meeting over the disappearance of Emilio and Krazy-8, the latter of whom is revealed to have been their informant. Meanwhile, Walt tells Hank, Marie, and Walt Jr. about his cancer; Skyler has already been told.

Skyler White

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Meanwhile, Walt tells Hank, Marie, and Walt Jr. about his cancer; Skyler has already been told.

Jesse Pinkman

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Jesse smokes Walt's meth with two friends, and flees his house the next morning when he hallucinates that two religious evangelists at his door are armed bikers.

Oncology

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Skyler makes an appointment with one of the top oncologists in the country, even though the family can't afford him.

Pension

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Walt says he will take the money out from his pension, but he actually uses some of the money taken from Krazy-8 offered him in the desert, which he keeps hidden in an air-conditioning duct at his house.

Credit union

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When Walt goes to his credit union to put the cash in a cashier's check, his parking spot is stolen by a rich, obnoxious man named Ken. Ken annoys Walt and the rest of the customers with his loud cell phone conversation.

Chemotherapy

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The oncologist tells Walt that the cancer has spread to his lymph nodes, but there is a chance it is still treatable with chemotherapy.

Squeegee

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When Ken leaves his car unattended, an angry Walt takes a squeegee, pops open Ken's hood, and shorts the car battery with it.

Automotive battery

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When Ken leaves his car unattended, an angry Walt takes a squeegee, pops open Ken's hood, and shorts the car battery with it.

IGN

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Seth Amitin of IGN gave the episode a rating of 8.6 out of 10 commenting: "This seemed like an ordinary episode, but a lot of subversive plot and character development happened and if you've been watching the previous episodes, you probably know why this episode was so good. There's a lot to extrapolate."