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This article is about montages of Breaking Bad. For the montages of Better Call Saul, see Better Call Saul Montages.

Breaking Bad has a multitude of montages, which are sequences of clips edited together with music in the background, usually used to pass time throughout the show.

Season 1[]

Episode Music Description
"Pilot" "Dead Fingers Talking" by Working for a Nuclear Free City Walt and Jesse cook their first batch of crystal meth together in the RV.
"Gray Matter" "UH" by Fujiya & Miyagi Jesse and Badger cook a batch of crystal meth together in the RV.

Season 2[]

Episode Music Description
"Grilled" "Red Moon" by The Walkmen Skyler and Marie pass out missing posters of Walter White around Albuquerque.
"Bit by a Dead Bee" "Waiting Around To Die" by The Be Good Tanyas Walt takes the bus back to the hospital.
"Breakage" "Peanut Vendor" by Alvin "Red" Tyler Jesse, Badger, and Skinny Pete sell meth around Albuquerque.
"Negro y Azul" "Negro y Azul: The Ballad of Heisenberg" by Los Cuates de Sinaloa A narcocorrido song is made about the story of Heisenberg.
"4 Days Out" "One By One" by The Black Seeds Walt and Jesse cook meth in the desert.
"ABQ" "Life" by Chocolate Genius Inc. Walt gets lung surgery.

Season 3[]

Episode Music Description
"Más" "Rocket Scientist" by The Teddybears Jesse, Skinny Pete and Combo party at a strip club.
"Sunset" "Sun Shine On Me" by Buddy Stuart Walt gets ready for his day.
"Ginza Samba" by Vince Guaraldi & Bola Sete Walt and Gale cook their first batch together in the superlab.
"He Venido" by Los Zafiros Walt and Jesse watch the RV get destroyed.
"I See You" "Shimmy Shimmy Ya" by Prince Fatty & Horseman Jesse plays around the superlab while waiting for Walt.
"Kafkaesque" "Veneno" by Chuy Flores Gus's meth operation plays out.
"Half Measures" "Windy" by The Association Wendy goes through her daily routine.
"Full Measure" "Shambala" by Beastie Boys Mike kills cartel henchmen.

Season 4[]

Episode Music Description
"Thirty-Eight Snub" "Unga Bunga Bunga" by Flavor Flav Jesse holds a big party in his house.
"Open House" "If I Had A Heart" by Fever Ray Jesse returns home to his party, depressed.
"Shotgun" "1977" by Ana Tijoux Jesse does pickups with Mike.
"Problem Dog" "Boots of Chinese Plastic" by The Pretenders Walt does tricks with his Challenger in a parking lot.
"Face Off" "Freestyle" by Taalbi Brothers Walt and Jesse prepare to destroy the superlab.

Season 5A[]

Episode Music Description
"Madrigal" "Stay On The Outside" by Whitey Walt and Jesse look for the cigarette in Jesse's house.
"Hazard Pay" "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" by The Peddlers Walt and Jesse cook in fumigated houses.
"Fifty-One" "Bonfire" by Knife Party Walt and Flynn test out new fancy cars.
"Buyout" "Disassemble" by Dave Porter The body and belongings of Drew Sharp are disposed of.
"Say My Name" "Overture" [From Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's, "The Nutcracker Suite"] (Remastered) by Duke Ellington Dan fills Kaylee's safety deposit box.
"Goin' Down" by The Monkee's Todd and Walt do their first cook.
"Gliding Over All" "Pick Yourself Up" by Nat "King" Cole and George Shearing Under Walt's orders, Gus's associates are murdered in prison.
"Crystal Blue Persuasion" by Tommy James and the Shondells Over the course of a few months, Walt and Todd cook meth while his empire grows.

Season 5B[]

Episode Music Description
"Blood Money" "Wordmule" by Jim White Hank looks through evidence about Heisenberg.
"Buried" "Quimey Neuquén (Chancha Via Circuito Remix)" by José Larralde Walt buries his money.
"Rabid Dog" "Chaotica" by The Bambi Molesters Walt fabricates a story about gasoline around his house.
"Ozymandias" "Take My True Love by the Hand" by The Limeliters Walt rolls a barrel of cash to civilization.
"Felina" "Baby Blue" by Badfinger Walt takes a final stroll around a meth lab before dying.