'Breaking Bad' Is Back Walt White is a sick, desperate man. He's a former high school chemistry teacher with terminal lung cancer. His chemotherapy's expensive, and his family needs the money to keep going after he dies. Lucky for us, he's survived into his second season.
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'Breaking Bad' Is Back

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'Breaking Bad' Is Back

'Breaking Bad' Is Back

'Breaking Bad' Is Back

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Walt White is a sick, desperate man. He's a former high school chemistry teacher with terminal lung cancer. His chemotherapy's expensive, and his family needs the money to keep going after he dies. Lucky for us, he's survived into his second season.

Host Scott Simon talks with actor Bryan Cranston about the AMC show, starting its second season on Sunday.