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In this episode of Breaking Bad, there were no major revelations. It started out slow and ended slow.
"Rabid Dog" started out with Walt coming home to find Saul's car in the driveway but no Jesse. Walt hires a cleaning crew and locksmith to fix the house and take away the gasoline smell before Skylar gets home. Walt gives Skylar and Walter Jr. an excuse as to why there was gasoline in the house, but the two don't believe it.
The family goes to a hotel until the new carpet is installed. Meanwhile, Saul's guys are out looking for Jesse but can't find him. They can't find him because Hank nabbed him while he was inside Walt's house. Hank talked some sense into Jesse and got him to go to his house.
Hank's plan is to have Jesse confess on videotape everything he knows about Walt and everything he did. While this is going on, Marie is meeting with a therapist and all she can talk about is poisoning Walt: how she can do it and how everything will be better. Hopefully, in the next episodes, we will find out what is going on with Marie and what she is going to do.
Jesse's phone rings and Hank listens to the voicemails. Hank hears a message from Walt that explains he wants to meet with Jesse. Jesse is against meeting with Walt, but Hank talks him into it. Hank straps a wire on Jesse and sends him over to Walt. As Jesse is walking over to Walt, he gets spooked because he sees a man that he thinks is going to kill him. Jesse walks over to a pay phone and calls Walt. He explains that he isn't falling for his trap and walks away. There was no trap though; Jesse is so paranoid that he thinks everyone is out out to get him. Jesse has his own plan to catch Walt in the act. In the end, Walt calls Todd and tells him he has another job for an uncle.
In one of the less exciting episodes of Breaking Bad, we learned that Marie wants to poison Walt, Jesse is still paranoid and Walt is stirring up another plan with Todd.
Hopefully, next week's episode has more action and not so many dull moments.