Breaking Bad is probably... actually, scrap that. Breaking Bad is the best show on television at the moment. It follows the slow descent into madness of Walter White, a chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with lung cancer and uses his scientifically-aligned skills to cook crystal meth so he can leave his family with a substantial amount of money when he dies. Of course, you don't cook the finest crystal meth without having to deal with rival gangs and disputes over territories and the odd drug lord here and there. And during all of this, it's fair to say there's going to be awesome moments along the way. Here are just 5 of the most bad-ass moments in Breaking Bad. Needless to say, there are spoilers ahead, you've been warned!
5. "You're Goddamn Right..." (Season 5, Episode 7)
Walt, Jesse and Mike go out into the desert to meet up with a a group of competitors from Phoenix. The initial deal is to buy the stolen methlyamine for $15 million in exchange for Walt and Jesse's blue meth to be taken off the market for good. Of course, Walt does not want to stop cooking and so he offers a simple exchange for Mike's one third of a share in the blue meth cooking. This annoys the competitors, who were hoping to simply remove the competition rather than just begin distributing for Walt and Jesse. The competitor demands to know who Walt is, taken aback by his new proposal. Walt stands his ground, replying, "You know. You all know exactly who I am. Say my name." The competitors continue to pretend not to know but Walt persists, until eventually they concede. "Heisenberg." "You're Goddamn right." This is one of the more famous lines of the season and for good reason. The delivery of the line is pretty awesome and it shows just how far Walt has come. He's known outside of his state, possibly even nationwide. He's taking on opposing drug lords and winning, people are backing down because of his reputation and it's pretty badass.