Some articles on jesse:
... having had several bad experiences while producing meth with Jesse, Walter agrees to rejoin his partner ... Jesse's friend Badger (Matt L ... Walter and Jesse drive a recreational vehicle into the desert and produce meth for four days ...
... Jesse Ewles (born December 13, 1981) is a Canadian independent filmmaker based in Toronto, Canada ... Jesse has recently adopted the alternate spelling "Yules", for use on his feature film projects ... Jesse has directed music videos for the bands Grizzly Bear, Of Montreal and Owen Pallett ...
... Hank (Dean Norris), Walter sees a former student of his, Jesse Pinkman (Paul), fleeing the scene of a meth lab ... He later contacts Jesse and devises a scheme to become partners in an attempt to combine their skills to manufacture and distribute methamphetamine ... During Walter and Jesse's first days of selling Albuquerque's finest meth, they encounter a series of problems with local drug dealers ...
... Jesse is continuing to produce and sell meth by himself ... Hank is working with the DEA to investigate Jesse and is slowly gathering evidence to make an arrest ... Jesse threatens to report Walter to the police if he is arrested, but Walter offers him Gale's position at the lab ...
... blonde, blue-eyed, "All-American" 18 year old girl named Jesse Brenner and her experiences as a college freshman ... While she moves away to college for her first year, Jesse struggles with drinking and often finds herself giving into the pressures of her peers ... Angry and concerned, her mother warns Jesse that if she continues to drink and behave carelessly, she will be out of school ...
Famous quotes containing the word jesse:
“Great things happen in small places. Jesus was born in Bethlehem. Jesse Jackson was born in Greenville.”
—Jesse Jackson (b. 1941)
“But the dirty little coward that shot Mister Howard,
He laid poor Jesse in his grave.”
—Unknown. Jesse James (l. Chorus)
“O Jesse had a wife, a mourner all her life
And the children they were brave,
But the dirty little coward that shot Mr. Howard
He laid Jesse James in his grave.”
—Administration in the State of Miss, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)