Ozymandias (Breaking Bad)

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"Ozymandias" is the fourteenth episode of the fifth season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and the 60th and antepenultimate episode of the series.wikipedia
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Rian Johnson

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Written by Moira Walley-Beckett and directed by Rian Johnson, it aired on AMC in the United States and Canada on September 15, 2013.
He is also notable for directing three episodes of the AMC crime drama television series Breaking Bad: "Fly", "Fifty-One" and "Ozymandias".

66th Primetime Emmy Awards

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At the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in August 2014, Walley-Beckett won the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Emmy for her screenplay, and Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn won Lead Actor and Supporting Actress Emmys, respectively, for their performances in the episode.

Moira Walley-Beckett

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Written by Moira Walley-Beckett and directed by Rian Johnson, it aired on AMC in the United States and Canada on September 15, 2013.
For the fifth season, Walley-Beckett wrote "Gliding Over All" and "Ozymandias"; the latter received universal praise from critics, and has since been called one of the greatest episodes of television ever broadcast.

Breaking Bad (season 5)

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"Ozymandias" is the fourteenth episode of the fifth season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and the 60th and antepenultimate episode of the series.
"Ozymandias" in particular was widely praised and has since been called one of the greatest television episodes ever broadcast.

Skyler White

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A flashback to when Walt and Jesse first cooked methamphetamine on the Tohajiilee Indian Reservation shows Walt calling a pregnant Skyler and making up an excuse for why he'll be late coming home.
In 2014, her performance in the episode "Ozymandias" was named as one of the best performances on television on various critics lists.

Breaking Bad

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"Ozymandias" is the fourteenth episode of the fifth season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and the 60th and antepenultimate episode of the series.
During the final season, the show also received praise from George R. R. Martin, author of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, particularly the episode "Ozymandias"; Martin commented that "Walter White is a bigger monster than anyone in Westeros."

List of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul characters

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This episode marks the final appearance of Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) and Steven Michael Quezada (Steven Gomez), though Hank's voice is heard in the following episode, "Granite State". At present in Tohajiilee, in the aftermath of the shootout, Hank is immobile because of a bullet in his leg, Gomez has been killed, and Jack's gang is left unscathed.
Always being "late to the game" (as defined by Mitte on an episode of Talking Bad), Walter Jr. remains oblivious to his father's drug trade life until "Ozymandias," when Marie, confident that Walt is in Hank's custody, forces Skyler to reveal the whole truth to her son.

Percy Bysshe Shelley

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The title is a reference to the Percy Bysshe Shelley poem "Ozymandias", drawing on the poem's theme of collapse following greatness; in a teaser trailer for the show's final eight episodes, the entire poem is recited by lead actor Bryan Cranston.

Granite State (Breaking Bad)

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This episode marks the final appearance of Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) and Steven Michael Quezada (Steven Gomez), though Hank's voice is heard in the following episode, "Granite State".
The episode was generally acclaimed, with critics commenting on how the change of pace from the previous week's explosive episode allowed for a more contemplative narrative.

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

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At the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in August 2014, Walley-Beckett won the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Emmy for her screenplay, and Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn won Lead Actor and Supporting Actress Emmys, respectively, for their performances in the episode.

Hank Schrader

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This episode marks the final appearance of Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) and Steven Michael Quezada (Steven Gomez), though Hank's voice is heard in the following episode, "Granite State". At present in Tohajiilee, in the aftermath of the shootout, Hank is immobile because of a bullet in his leg, Gomez has been killed, and Jack's gang is left unscathed.

TV Guide's 65 Best Episodes of the 21st Century

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For its 65th anniversary, TV Guide picked "Ozymandias" as the best television episode of the 21st century.

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At present in Tohajiilee, in the aftermath of the shootout, Hank is immobile because of a bullet in his leg, Gomez has been killed, and Jack's gang is left unscathed.

Ultima (linguistics)

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"Ozymandias" is the fourteenth episode of the fifth season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and the 60th and antepenultimate episode of the series.

AMC (TV channel)

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Written by Moira Walley-Beckett and directed by Rian Johnson, it aired on AMC in the United States and Canada on September 15, 2013.

Ozymandias

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The title is a reference to the Percy Bysshe Shelley poem "Ozymandias", drawing on the poem's theme of collapse following greatness; in a teaser trailer for the show's final eight episodes, the entire poem is recited by lead actor Bryan Cranston.

Teaser campaign

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The title is a reference to the Percy Bysshe Shelley poem "Ozymandias", drawing on the poem's theme of collapse following greatness; in a teaser trailer for the show's final eight episodes, the entire poem is recited by lead actor Bryan Cranston.

Bryan Cranston

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At the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in August 2014, Walley-Beckett won the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Emmy for her screenplay, and Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn won Lead Actor and Supporting Actress Emmys, respectively, for their performances in the episode. The title is a reference to the Percy Bysshe Shelley poem "Ozymandias", drawing on the poem's theme of collapse following greatness; in a teaser trailer for the show's final eight episodes, the entire poem is recited by lead actor Bryan Cranston.

Anna Gunn

At the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in August 2014, Walley-Beckett won the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Emmy for her screenplay, and Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn won Lead Actor and Supporting Actress Emmys, respectively, for their performances in the episode.

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

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At the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in August 2014, Walley-Beckett won the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Emmy for her screenplay, and Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn won Lead Actor and Supporting Actress Emmys, respectively, for their performances in the episode.

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

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At the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in August 2014, Walley-Beckett won the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Emmy for her screenplay, and Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn won Lead Actor and Supporting Actress Emmys, respectively, for their performances in the episode.

Dean Norris

This episode marks the final appearance of Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) and Steven Michael Quezada (Steven Gomez), though Hank's voice is heard in the following episode, "Granite State".

Steven Michael Quezada

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This episode marks the final appearance of Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) and Steven Michael Quezada (Steven Gomez), though Hank's voice is heard in the following episode, "Granite State".

Walter White (Breaking Bad)

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A flashback to when Walt and Jesse first cooked methamphetamine on the Tohajiilee Indian Reservation shows Walt calling a pregnant Skyler and making up an excuse for why he'll be late coming home.

Jesse Pinkman

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A flashback to when Walt and Jesse first cooked methamphetamine on the Tohajiilee Indian Reservation shows Walt calling a pregnant Skyler and making up an excuse for why he'll be late coming home.