Jesse Pinkman Saying 'Bitch': The DEFINITIVE Supercut

The last version missed a few bitches. Back in November, YouTube user Axilrod posted a supercut of every instance where Breaking Bad's Jesse Pinkman says "bitch." Or so they thought. I'll let Axilrod explain:
I noticed I had missed a bitch in the other bitch video, then I noticed I had missed a couple more. One I could have lived with, but 3 was too many to overlook, so I added them and cleaned the video up (I did the first one in 15 minutes).
Today a wrong has been made right. Warms my heart.

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