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Published on Sep 3, 2012
UPDATE 9/18/13: Yes, I will be updating this video after the final episodes air. The updated video is already in progress. Expect it about 24-48 hours after the finale airs.
THIS VIDEO CONTAINS FOOTAGE FROM ALL FIVE SEASONS UP TO AND INCLUDING THE SEASON 5 MIDSEASON FINALE "GLIDING OVER ALL"
DO NOT VIEW IF YOU ARE NOT FULLY CAUGHT UP
Music is "The Way (Instrumental)" by Zack Hemsey
Footage taken from the following episodes: Season 1: "Pilot", "Gray Matter", "Crazy Handful of Nothin'", "A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal" Season 2: "Seven Thirty-Seven", "Grilled", "Breakage", "Better Call Saul", "Mandala", "Phoenix", "ABQ" Season 3: "No Mas", "Mas", "One Minute", "Half Measures", "Full Measure" Season 4: "Box Cutter", "Cornered", "Crawl Space", "End Times", "Face Off" Season 5: "Live Free or Die", "Madrigal", "Dead Freight", "Say My Name", "Gliding Over All"
UPDATE 9/11/12: Thanks a lot for the views, everyone! Thanks as well to Damon Lindelof, /Film, Reddit, and all the other websites that posted this video. In response to some of the questions about the video: yes, I left out Krazy-8, "stay out of my territory", the Cousins, Gretchen Schwartz, and a variety of other characters/scenes. This is because the video is not supposed to be a recap of the show, although several websites have described it that way. I was limited to a seven minute song (which I extended by a minute) and needed to get the music to match the themes of the video. This meant certain scenes and characters had to go by the wayside. I agree I probably should have added the "I'm in the empire business" line and maybe the prison killings, but otherwise I feel most of the scenes are fitting. If there is interest in me making an actual recap video, I'll do so, but it would be longer and probably not as well executed.
UPDATE 9/14/12: Video got posted by Aaron Paul on Twitter! Yeah bitch!
This video is fair use under U.S. copyright law because it is noncommercial and transformative in nature, uses no more of the original than necessary, and has no negative effect on the market for the original work.