Test Your Knowledge On Breaking Bad

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  • 1. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Mike gets shot in which part of his body?

    • A.

      His Nose

    • B.

      His Forehead

    • C.

      His Chin

    • D.

      His Ear

    Correct Answer
    D. His Ear
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Mike gets shot in his ear. This is revealed in the episode titled "Face Off" when Mike is ambushed by a hitman sent by Gustavo Fring. The gunshot to his ear causes significant damage and leads to a major plot development in the series.

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  • 2. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Skyler and Walter begin attending meetings of which organization?

    • A.

      Narcotics Anonymous

    • B.

      Alcoholics Anonymous

    • C.

      Gamblers Anonymous

    • D.

      Overeaters Anonymous

    Correct Answer
    C. Gamblers Anonymous
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Skyler and Walter begin attending meetings of Gamblers Anonymous. This is evident from their storyline in the show, where both characters struggle with their gambling habits and attend these meetings as a way to seek support and overcome their addiction.

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  • 3. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", which character operates a forklift for Walter while Jesse is gone?

    • A.

      Corbin

    • B.

      Gale

    • C.

      Tyrus

    • D.

      Keith

    Correct Answer
    C. Tyrus
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad," Tyrus operates a forklift for Walter while Jesse is gone. This suggests that Tyrus is a trusted associate of Walter and is capable of handling tasks that Jesse would normally do. This also implies that Tyrus plays a significant role in assisting Walter with his operations and maintaining control over his business.

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  • 4. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", who goes to collect the car wash keys from Bogdan?

    • A.

      Skyler

    • B.

      Walter Jr.

    • C.

      Saul

    • D.

      Walter

    Correct Answer
    D. Walter
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Walter goes to collect the car wash keys from Bogdan. This is evident from the storyline where Walter takes over the car wash business to launder his drug money. He confronts Bogdan, the previous owner, and eventually convinces him to sell the business to him. Therefore, Walter is the one who goes to collect the car wash keys from Bogdan.

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  • 5. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", how does Walter destroy a Dodge Challenger?

    • A.

      Sets it On Fire

    • B.

      Plunges it Into the Ocean

    • C.

      Runs it Off a Cliff

    • D.

      Crushes it Into a Cube

    Correct Answer
    A. Sets it On Fire
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Walter destroys a Dodge Challenger by setting it on fire.

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  • 6. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Hank discovers which character's fingerprints in Gale's apartment?

    • A.

      Mike

    • B.

      Gomez

    • C.

      Gus

    • D.

      Walter

    Correct Answer
    C. Gus
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Hank discovers Gus' fingerprints in Gale's apartment. This discovery is significant because it links Gus to the murder of Gale, a key piece of evidence that Hank has been searching for. It unveils Gus as a major player in the drug trade and sets off a chain of events that further escalates the tension between Gus and Walter.

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  • 7. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Gus taunts which character about the deaths of the cousins?

    • A.

      Gaff

    • B.

      Saul

    • C.

      Hector

    • D.

      Juan Bolsa

    Correct Answer
    C. Hector
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Gus taunts Hector about the deaths of the cousins. This can be inferred from the context of the question, as Hector is a prominent character in the show and has a history with the cousins. Additionally, Gus and Hector have a tense relationship, making it likely that Gus would taunt him about such a sensitive topic.

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  • 8. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Walter puts a GPS tracking bug on which character's car?

    • A.

      Gus

    • B.

      Hank

    • C.

      Mike

    • D.

      Jesse

    Correct Answer
    A. Gus
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Walter puts a GPS tracking bug on Gus' car. This is because Walter suspects Gus of being involved in illegal activities and wants to keep tabs on his movements. By placing the tracking bug, Walter hopes to gather evidence and potentially expose Gus' criminal activities.

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  • 9. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", which character is audited by the IRS?

    • A.

      Ted

    • B.

      Skyler

    • C.

      Saul

    • D.

      Hank

    Correct Answer
    A. Ted
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", the character Ted is audited by the IRS. This is a significant plot point in the show as Ted, who is Skyler's boss and love interest, has been involved in illegal financial activities. The audit puts Ted in a vulnerable position and adds to the overall tension and suspense in the storyline.

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  • 10. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", which Cartel boss is killed by Gus?

    • A.

      Don Marco

    • B.

      Don Eladio

    • C.

      Don Rodrigo

    • D.

      Don Finito

    Correct Answer
    B. Don Eladio
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Gus kills Don Eladio, the Cartel boss. This event takes place during a meeting between Gus and the Cartel, where Gus poisons Don Eladio and other members of the Cartel as revenge for killing his partner, Max. This act marks a pivotal moment in the series, as it solidifies Gus' power and control over the drug trade.

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  • 11. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", what gift does Gus bring to Don Eladio?

    • A.

      A Ring

    • B.

      Money

    • C.

      Tequila

    • D.

      A Car

    Correct Answer
    C. Tequila
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Gus brings Tequila as a gift to Don Eladio. This is significant because it represents Gus's attempt to gain favor and trust from Don Eladio, who is a powerful drug lord. By bringing a gift that is associated with their illegal business, Gus is showing his respect and willingness to collaborate with Don Eladio. Tequila is also a symbolic choice as it is a popular drink in Mexico, where the show is set, further emphasizing the cultural context of the gift.

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  • 12. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", which character is left behind in Mexico for medical treatment?

    • A.

      Gus

    • B.

      Walter

    • C.

      Mike

    • D.

      Jesse

    Correct Answer
    C. Mike
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Mike is left behind in Mexico for medical treatment. This happens after a confrontation with the cartel, where Mike is shot in the stomach. To ensure his survival, he is left behind to receive the necessary medical attention.

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  • 13. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", how does Walter try to kill Gus while the latter is in a hospital parking garage?

    • A.

      Chemical Grenade

    • B.

      Car Bomb

    • C.

      Sniper Rifle

    • D.

      Poison Dart

    Correct Answer
    B. Car Bomb
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Walter tries to kill Gus while the latter is in a hospital parking garage by using a car bomb.

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  • 14. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Gus is eventually killed in what kind of building?

    • A.

      Factory

    • B.

      Restaurant

    • C.

      Nursing Home

    • D.

      Supermarket

    Correct Answer
    C. Nursing Home
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", Gus is eventually killed in a nursing home. This is a significant event in the show as Gus was a major character and his death marks a turning point in the storyline. The nursing home setting adds to the dramatic impact of the scene, as it is unexpected and unconventional. It also highlights the ruthless nature of the show's protagonist, Walter White, who orchestrates Gus' demise in such a seemingly innocent place.

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  • 15. 

    In season four of "Breaking Bad", it is heavily implied that which character poisoned Brock?

    • A.

      Jesse

    • B.

      Gus

    • C.

      Walter

    • D.

      Andrea

    Correct Answer
    C. Walter
    Explanation
    In season four of "Breaking Bad", it is heavily implied that Walter poisoned Brock. This is suggested through various clues and events in the show. Walter has a motive to poison Brock as a way to manipulate Jesse and regain control over him. Additionally, it is later revealed that Walter did indeed poison Brock with a Lily of the Valley plant, further confirming his involvement in the poisoning.

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  • 16. 

    On "Breaking Bad", what is the name of the company founded by Walter's former chemistry assistant, Gretchen?

    • A.

      Gray Matter

    • B.

      Schwartz Pharmaceuticals

    • C.

      West Road Chemical

    • D.

      Schwartz Research, Inc.

    Correct Answer
    A. Gray Matter
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Gray Matter. In the TV show "Breaking Bad," Gray Matter is the company founded by Walter's former chemistry assistant, Gretchen. This company plays a significant role in Walter's backstory and is often referenced throughout the series.

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  • 17. 

    What author is the source of the title of Episode 8, Season 5 of "Breaking Bad"?

    • A.

      Robert Frost

    • B.

      Carl Sandburg

    • C.

      Stephen King

    • D.

      Walt Whitman

    Correct Answer
    D. Walt Whitman
    Explanation
    Walt Whitman is the source of the title of Episode 8, Season 5 of "Breaking Bad". Walt Whitman was an American poet who wrote the collection of poems called "Leaves of Grass". The title of the episode is likely a reference to one of Whitman's poems or works, which could be connected thematically to the events or themes explored in the episode.

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  • 18. 

    What is the name of Jesse Pinkman's little brother in "Breaking Bad"?

    • A.

      Jeffrey Pinkman

    • B.

      John Pinkman

    • C.

      James Pinkman

    • D.

      Jake Pinkman

    Correct Answer
    D. Jake Pinkman
    Explanation
    Jesse Pinkman's little brother in "Breaking Bad" is named Jake Pinkman.

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  • 19. 

    Which character is killed in a chemical explosion in the first season of "Breaking Bad"?

    • A.

      Emilio

    • B.

      Cito

    • C.

      Krazy-8

    • D.

      Juanito

    Correct Answer
    A. Emilio
    Explanation
    In the first season of "Breaking Bad," Emilio is killed in a chemical explosion. This event occurs when Walter White and Jesse Pinkman attempt to cook methamphetamine in a makeshift lab inside an RV. Emilio, who is Jesse's former partner, is present during the process but is unaware of the volatile nature of the chemicals involved. As a result, a chemical explosion ensues, leading to Emilio's death.

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  • 20. 

    In season 1 of "Breaking Bad", what does Jesse say "is sacred"?

    • A.

      Handshake

    • B.

      Flipping a Coin

    • C.

      Promises

    • D.

      Pinky Swear

    Correct Answer
    B. Flipping a Coin
    Explanation
    In season 1 of "Breaking Bad", Jesse mentions that flipping a coin is "sacred". This implies that Jesse believes in leaving certain decisions or outcomes up to chance, rather than trying to control every aspect of his life. Flipping a coin represents a moment of surrendering control and accepting whatever fate has in store, which aligns with Jesse's unpredictable and impulsive nature throughout the series.

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  • 21. 

    In "Breaking Bad", Walter and Jesse dissolve a body using what kind of acid?

    • A.

      Bromic Acid

    • B.

      Sulfuric

    • C.

      Hydroflouric

    • D.

      Hydrochloric

    Correct Answer
    C. Hydroflouric
    Explanation
    In "Breaking Bad", Walter and Jesse dissolve a body using hydroflouric acid. This acid is highly corrosive and can dissolve many materials, including organic matter. It is commonly used in laboratories and industrial settings for its strong acidic properties. In the show, Walter and Jesse use hydroflouric acid to dissolve a body in a bathtub, highlighting the dangerous and illegal activities they are involved in.

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  • 22. 

    In the first season of "Breaking Bad", Walter hallucinates a student saying what word instead of "midterm"?

    • A.

      Mayhem

    • B.

      Murder

    • C.

      Massacre

    • D.

      Meth

    Correct Answer
    B. Murder
    Explanation
    In the first season of "Breaking Bad", Walter hallucinates a student saying the word "murder" instead of "midterm". This hallucination reflects Walter's increasing involvement in the criminal world of drug manufacturing and his descent into a darker and more dangerous path. It symbolizes his guilt and the consequences of his actions, as murder becomes a recurring theme throughout the series.

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  • 23. 

    In the first season of "Breaking Bad", Walter learns that Krazy-8's father owns what kind of store?

    • A.

      Grocery

    • B.

      Furniture

    • C.

      Electronics

    • D.

      Hardware

    Correct Answer
    B. Furniture
    Explanation
    In the first season of "Breaking Bad," Walter learns that Krazy-8's father owns a furniture store. This is revealed when Walter and Krazy-8 are having a conversation, and Krazy-8 mentions that his father owns a furniture store in town. This detail helps to add depth to Krazy-8's character and provides insight into his family background.

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  • 24. 

    In the first season of "Breaking Bad", what name does Hank choose for his meth-busting operation?

    • A.

      Ice Man

    • B.

      Icebreaker

    • C.

      Black Ice

    • D.

      Thin Ice

    Correct Answer
    B. Icebreaker
    Explanation
    In the first season of "Breaking Bad", Hank chooses the name "Icebreaker" for his meth-busting operation. This name is fitting as it represents his goal of breaking through the ice and uncovering the truth behind the methamphetamine trade. It also symbolizes his determination to dismantle the criminal network and bring justice.

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  • 25. 

    In the first season of "Breaking Bad", Walter has a parking spot stolen by a driver with what boastful license plate?

    • A.

      SUPERKEN

    • B.

      KINGKEN

    • C.

      KEN WINS

    • D.

      KENRULES

    Correct Answer
    C. KEN WINS
    Explanation
    In the first season of "Breaking Bad", Walter has a parking spot stolen by a driver with a boastful license plate that says "KEN WINS". This license plate suggests that the driver, named Ken, is arrogant and believes he always comes out on top. It adds to the frustration and annoyance that Walter feels when his parking spot is taken by someone who exudes such confidence and superiority.

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