The science of Breaking Bad: Grilled

Breaking Bad : Season 2 : Episode 2: “Grilled”

Hank investigates Walt's car.

Hank investigates Walt's car.

When you’re being held hostage in the middle of the New Mexico desert, you aren’t really at leisure to talk about science (however fascinating you may find it). Events have conspired to keep Walt out of the lab and classroom, so this episode contains nothing of note. Check back soon!

You can read more about this episode at AMC, IMDb and the A.V. Club.

Elements in the credits

Breaking Bromine
Bad Barium
Created Chromium
Bryan Cranston Bromine
AnNa Gunn Sodium
AAron Paul Argon
DeaN Norris Nitrogen
Betsy Brandt Beryllium
RJ MitTe Tellurium
Raymond Cruz Chromium
TEss Harper Einsteinium
Mark MargoLis Lithium
Steven MicHael Quezada Hydrogen
NiGel Gibbs Germanium
Skip MAcDonald Actinium
Robb Wilson King Tungsten
MiChael Slovis No such element
Dave Porter Polonium
Sharon Bialy Sulfur
SherrY Thomas Yttrium
Sam Catlin Calcium
StewArt A. Lyons Argon
Melissa Bernstein Beryllium
John ShiBan Barium
Mark JOhnson Oxygen
Karen Moore Molybdenum
George Mastras Germanium
CharlEs Haid Einsteinium
Vince Gilligan Vanadium

I’m not sure why Michael Slovis wasn’t assigned iodine (I), carbon (C), hydrogen (H), sulfur (S), oxygen (O) or vanadium (V).


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