Thirty-Eight Snub

"Thirty-Eight Snub" is the second episode of the fourth season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and the 35th overall episode of the series.wikipedia
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Honey Claws

Jesse's party scenes, which symbolized the character's internal guilt and fragile state of mind, included background songs by rapper Flavor Flav and the band Honey Claws.
The band became known when one of their songs, "Digital Animal", from their first record was featured in the episode "Thirty-Eight Snub" of the TV show Breaking Bad, gaining the band many fans internationally.

Box Cutter (Breaking Bad)

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It was seen by an estimated 1.97 million household viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research, making it the second most-watched episode of Breaking Bad by the fourth season, although it marked a significant decline in viewership compared to the previous episode, season premiere "Box Cutter".

Open House (Breaking Bad)

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Although the previous episode, "Thirty-Eight Snub", also featured similar party scenes, the party was much darker and more decrepit in "Open House", and Breaking Bad music supervisor Thomas Golubic tried to select music appropriate for that darker tone.

Breaking Bad (season 4)

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"Thirty-Eight Snub" is the second episode of the fourth season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and the 35th overall episode of the series.

Breaking Bad

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It was seen by an estimated 1.97 million household viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research, making it the second most-watched episode of Breaking Bad by the fourth season, although it marked a significant decline in viewership compared to the previous episode, season premiere "Box Cutter". "Thirty-Eight Snub" is the second episode of the fourth season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and the 35th overall episode of the series.

AMC (TV channel)

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It originally aired on AMC in the United States on July 24, 2011.

Walter White (Breaking Bad)

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In the episode, Walter plots to kill Gus for fear of repercussions from him, while Jesse holds wild parties to try to forget his despair. During a pre-credits sequence, Walter (Bryan Cranston) purchases a Ruger LCR .38 snubnosed revolver from a black market gun dealer (Jim Beaver).

Gus Fring

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In the episode, Walter plots to kill Gus for fear of repercussions from him, while Jesse holds wild parties to try to forget his despair.

Jesse Pinkman

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In the episode, Walter plots to kill Gus for fear of repercussions from him, while Jesse holds wild parties to try to forget his despair.

Skyler White

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Meanwhile, Skyler tries to purchase a car wash business, while Marie struggles to deal with Hank's growing depression problems.

Hank Schrader

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Meanwhile, Skyler tries to purchase a car wash business, while Marie struggles to deal with Hank's growing depression problems.

George Mastras

Written by George Mastras and directed by Michelle MacLaren, "Thirty-Eight Snub" featured guest appearances by Emily Rios as Andrea, Jim Beaver as black market gun vendor Lawson, and the first appearance by Ray Campbell in the recurring role of Gus' henchman Tyrus Kitt.

Michelle MacLaren

Written by George Mastras and directed by Michelle MacLaren, "Thirty-Eight Snub" featured guest appearances by Emily Rios as Andrea, Jim Beaver as black market gun vendor Lawson, and the first appearance by Ray Campbell in the recurring role of Gus' henchman Tyrus Kitt.

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Meanwhile, Skyler tries to purchase a car wash business, while Marie struggles to deal with Hank's growing depression problems. Written by George Mastras and directed by Michelle MacLaren, "Thirty-Eight Snub" featured guest appearances by Emily Rios as Andrea, Jim Beaver as black market gun vendor Lawson, and the first appearance by Ray Campbell in the recurring role of Gus' henchman Tyrus Kitt.

Jim Beaver

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Written by George Mastras and directed by Michelle MacLaren, "Thirty-Eight Snub" featured guest appearances by Emily Rios as Andrea, Jim Beaver as black market gun vendor Lawson, and the first appearance by Ray Campbell in the recurring role of Gus' henchman Tyrus Kitt. During a pre-credits sequence, Walter (Bryan Cranston) purchases a Ruger LCR .38 snubnosed revolver from a black market gun dealer (Jim Beaver).

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Due to filming commitments with the television series Supernatural, Beaver had only a half-day to film his scene, which was set on a constructed set resembling a motel room.

Roomba

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"Thirty-Eight Snub" included several unusual camera angles, including a shot from the point of view of a Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner, and an extremely high crane shot of Walter from 180 feet in the air.

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"Thirty-Eight Snub" included several unusual camera angles, including a shot from the point of view of a Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner, and an extremely high crane shot of Walter from 180 feet in the air.

Flavor Flav

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Jesse's party scenes, which symbolized the character's internal guilt and fragile state of mind, included background songs by rapper Flavor Flav and the band Honey Claws.

Sergio Leone

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"Thirty-Eight Snub" received positive reviews, with some reviewers comparing it to the work of filmmakers Sergio Leone and Quentin Tarantino.

Quentin Tarantino

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"Thirty-Eight Snub" received positive reviews, with some reviewers comparing it to the work of filmmakers Sergio Leone and Quentin Tarantino.

Nielsen ratings

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It was seen by an estimated 1.97 million household viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research, making it the second most-watched episode of Breaking Bad by the fourth season, although it marked a significant decline in viewership compared to the previous episode, season premiere "Box Cutter".

Bryan Cranston

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During a pre-credits sequence, Walter (Bryan Cranston) purchases a Ruger LCR .38 snubnosed revolver from a black market gun dealer (Jim Beaver).

Ruger LCR

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During a pre-credits sequence, Walter (Bryan Cranston) purchases a Ruger LCR .38 snubnosed revolver from a black market gun dealer (Jim Beaver).

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During a pre-credits sequence, Walter (Bryan Cranston) purchases a Ruger LCR .38 snubnosed revolver from a black market gun dealer (Jim Beaver).