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Title: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Raymondo on September 01, 2013, 03:10:05 AM
From the internet:

"An unusual strategy starts to bear fruit, while plans are set in motion that could change everything"


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: TheShape on September 01, 2013, 08:43:48 AM
All I know is it's going to blow me away like the previous episodes.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rudee on September 01, 2013, 09:39:37 AM
All I know is it's going to blow me away like the previous episodes.

I don't know, the episode previous to last weeks was a stinker imho.  But last weeks was great.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Tapeworm on September 01, 2013, 10:03:51 AM
WARNING SPOILER ALERT




Walt faces his greatest challenge yet when a new kingpin arrives on the scene.  The midget from Game of Thrones.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 01, 2013, 10:26:51 AM
We have to see Todd's gang give heisenberg one last chance to cook.  And he declines, so they decide to trash his house and write that shit on the walls?

Also I will be the first to predict - Jesse will die tonight.  That's my guess :)   Jesse will take a bullet aimed at Walter.  Dying nobly.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 01, 2013, 10:28:32 AM
We have to see Todd's gang give heisenberg one last chance to cook.  And he declines, so they decide to trash his house and write that shit on the walls?

Also I will be the first to predict - Jesse will die tonight.  That's my guess :)   Jesse will take a bullet aimed at Walter.  Dying nobly.

Maybe Skyler will kill him. Or "Flynn". Assuming he can hold a gun steady enough to aim.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 01, 2013, 10:41:25 AM
Maybe Skyler will kill him. Or "Flynn". Assuming he can hold a gun steady enough to aim.

Flynn would totally ice Jesse if he interrupted his breakfast. 

Walt Jr loves breakfast.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 01, 2013, 10:48:59 AM
Flynn would totally ice Jesse if he interrupted his breakfast. 

Walt Jr loves breakfast.

Walt will then call Todd and they will put Jesse's corpse in a plastic barrel.

It sounds morbid but it's the best thing for Jesse... really.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Tapeworm on September 01, 2013, 10:58:47 AM
Marie's shoplifting precipitates an unlikely series of events.  Hilarity ensues.

And Junior finally cuts the shit and tells his ddad that he knows goddamn well whats up.  Then he dies along with the rest of the family.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 01, 2013, 11:15:26 AM
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Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 01, 2013, 11:16:43 AM
 :D ;D


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 01, 2013, 11:21:10 AM
We have to see Todd's gang give heisenberg one last chance to cook.  And he declines, so they decide to trash his house and write that shit on the walls?

Also I will be the first to predict - Jesse will die tonight.  That's my guess :)   Jesse will take a bullet aimed at Walter.  Dying nobly.

Too soon for him to die.  Especially considering he's won so many emmys and golden globes for his role.  He may die but not until episode 7 or 8


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 01, 2013, 04:15:59 PM
oh snap - turn on AMC now... it's on commercial... when it comes back on, they're going to show that "confession" owning again.

New episode starts in 45 minutes...


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Ronnie Rep on September 01, 2013, 04:44:53 PM
Too soon for him to die.  Especially considering he's won so many emmys and golden globes for his role.  He may die but not until episode 7 or 8
This! Sayanora Jessie!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 01, 2013, 05:24:32 PM
SKYLER JUST OFFICIALLY BROKE BAD!


"WE've come this far for us... What's one more?"

Now, I officially think she will die at the end of the series.  She has to now.  She's broken completely.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: hrspwr1 on September 01, 2013, 06:07:59 PM
"Old Yeller", gotta love Saul.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: thebrink on September 01, 2013, 06:29:50 PM
g


HAHAHA

nice


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Sweedee on September 02, 2013, 06:56:41 AM
Its starting to feel like GoT at the end with basically one small thing happening per episode instead of a bunch of action like it used to be.

Still time fucking Flies when watching it. I always end up "is it over already!? nothing happened?!"

lol.

And why no dexter episode this week?

I still like it a lot. Just wish more things would happen or make it 2 fucking hours or something.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BigCyp on September 02, 2013, 07:07:04 AM
It worries me how excited grown men can get over a T.V. show.

Hunting, fishing, woodwork, landscaping, home improvements, mechanics, sport, gym.......how about that fellas?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Sweedee on September 02, 2013, 07:13:41 AM
It worries me how excited grown men can get over a T.V. show.

Hunting, fishing, woodwork, landscaping, home improvements, mechanics, sport, gym.......how about that fellas?

It worries me how grown men can't understand that some people enjoy something they don't. That's a simple mind right there. :)


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BigCyp on September 02, 2013, 07:16:51 AM
It worries me how grown men can't understand that some people enjoy something they don't. That's a simple mind right there. :)

Shut your trap sofa boy.  ;D


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 02, 2013, 07:20:15 AM
"hey Todd,tell your uncle i have one more"  :o :o


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rami on September 02, 2013, 08:11:46 AM
It worries me how excited grown men can get over a T.V. show.

Hunting, fishing, woodwork, landscaping, home improvements, mechanics, sport, gym.......how about that fellas?

I think this T.V show is pretty well made and original.

Are unable to enjoy fiction at all? I usually don't enjoy fiction either but there are some exceptions. Breaking Bad being one.

You should start watching it from first episode, it gets pretty funny at times.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BigCyp on September 02, 2013, 08:13:23 AM
I think this T.V show is pretty well made and original.

Are unable to enjoy fiction at all? I usually don't enjoy fiction either but there are some exceptions. Breaking Bad being one.

You should start watching it from first episode, it gets pretty funny at times.

I'll give it a try big man.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Bindare_Dundat on September 02, 2013, 08:45:24 AM
"hey Todd,tell your uncle i have one more"  :o :o

Crazy. Was wondering how that was going to fit in till that. Unless I missed a glaring connection earlier.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 02, 2013, 09:18:59 AM
SKYLER JUST OFFICIALLY BROKE BAD!


"WE've come this far for us... What's one more?"

Now, I officially think she will die at the end of the series.  She has to now.  She's broken completely.

Skyler just turned into Skysenberg  ;D.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jude2 on September 02, 2013, 09:20:22 AM
Skyler just turned into Skysenberg  ;D.
She is acting like a man more than WW.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rami on September 02, 2013, 09:22:48 AM
Skyler just turned into Skysenberg  ;D.

maybe she'll ramp up production again?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jwb on September 02, 2013, 09:25:13 AM
Why do I get the feeling Walt is going to have his own house trashed?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 02, 2013, 12:08:07 PM
This episode was a bit lame.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rami on September 02, 2013, 12:10:29 PM
Why do I get the feeling Walt is going to have his own house trashed?

Maybe it will help when he gets new identity


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 02, 2013, 12:37:48 PM
This episode was a bit lame.

yeah, all of that could have fit into 30 minutes, with 30 minutes of todd uncle getting rowdy.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: thebrink on September 02, 2013, 04:34:41 PM
It worries me how excited grown men can get over a T.V. show.

Hunting, fishing, woodwork, landscaping, home improvements, mechanics, sport, gym.......how about that fellas?

agree. but you gotta admit it is a good show.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 02, 2013, 11:29:13 PM
I thought the best moment was Jesse screaming "He can't be getting away with this". I thought it was great, he was very convincing.

Still...


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 02, 2013, 11:29:50 PM
Prediction for the next episode: it's going to be Todd's uncle and his crew against Schrader and his partner.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 03, 2013, 06:10:00 AM
yeah, all of that could have fit into 30 minutes, with 30 minutes of todd uncle getting rowdy.

The first 4 episodes could have been fit into 30 minutes.  Vince Gilligan was pimping these last 8 episodes like something epic.  He was bragging about squeezing in a lot into 8 episodes.  Seems he squeezed in shit.  A lot of nothing has happened.  The fact they had a teaser about Jesse confessing but then not having him confess to then having him confess.  What was the point of the first fakeout?  Hank just happened to be following Jesse from Saul's place.  All too stupid.  I just like the one line about how Jesse yelled how Walt gets away with everything or just has dumb luck.  So true.  hahaha


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Fuzzy Nuts on September 03, 2013, 08:16:55 AM
The first 4 episodes could have been fit into 30 minutes.  Vince Gilligan was pimping these last 8 episodes like something epic.  He was bragging about squeezing in a lot into 8 episodes.  Seems he squeezed in shit.  A lot of nothing has happened.  The face they had a teaser about Jesse confessing but then not having him confess to then having him confess.  What was the point of the first fakeout?  Hank just happened to be following Jesse from Saul's place.  All too stupid.  I just like the one line about how Jesse yelled how Walt gets away with everything or just has dumb luck.  So true.  hahaha
X2 Love the show, but this season has been a let down.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 03, 2013, 08:21:21 AM
X2 Love the show, but this season has been a let down.


For almost 5 1/2 seasons I never found myself bored watching this show.  most of the times I'm at the edge of my seat.  This 1/2 season I found myself bored all too often.  Long drawn out scenes.  Too much dialogue.  

Anyways, back to the scarface ending that Gilligan hinted about being scarface like.  Remember at the end of scarface that Sosa's main henchman shoots Tony in the back.  I have a feeling Heul (the fat black guy) being Saul's henchman is going to be the one that shoots him in the back.  They already setup the scene when he lays on the money and jokes about mexico.  Walter will get away with it ALL, at the end drive to the desert to dig up his money and Heul will be standing right there to shoot him in the back and leave Walt for dead while he drives off with his barrels of cash.  Mark my word.  Save this post!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jude2 on September 03, 2013, 03:43:50 PM

For almost 5 1/2 seasons I never found myself bored watching this show.  most of the times I'm at the edge of my seat.  This 1/2 season I found myself bored all too often.  Long drawn out scenes.  Too much dialogue.  

Anyways, back to the scarface ending that Gilligan hinted about being scarface like.  Remember at the end of scarface that Sosa's main henchman shoots Tony in the back.  I have a feeling Heul (the fat black guy) being Saul's henchman is going to be the one that shoots him in the back.  They already setup the scene when he lays on the money and jokes about mexico.  Walter will get away with it ALL, at the end drive to the desert to dig up his money and Heul will be standing right there to shoot him in the back and leave Walt for dead while he drives off with his barrels of cash.  Mark my word.  Save this post!
Then they will have a spin off with the Just call Saul show. Could happen something like that.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 08, 2013, 06:04:45 PM
Now THAT was a badass ending.  ABout time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Bindare_Dundat on September 08, 2013, 06:08:21 PM
Now THAT was a badass ending.  ABout time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

fuck i forgot it was in tonight but caught the last 15 min. gid damn. whos gonna get blown away?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: doison on September 08, 2013, 06:13:01 PM
Now THAT was a badass ending.  ABout time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The GI Joe ending? 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 08, 2013, 06:32:43 PM
The GI Joe ending? 

Yes.  It seemed weak and anti-claimatic... wow, book em, Dan-O...

But the moment he called Marie to gloat... ya just knew it wasn't going to end like that.   Hank has to die.  No way anyone with a badge lives.  And Jesse, he will die too.  I thought he'd die last episode, I was a little off.  Walt will leave him dead in the desert.

Walt cooks again, marie makes accusations and walt has to hit the road before everyone figures out what happened where.   No doubt Hank's police vehicles have tracking devices, but that money is buried right there too.  Wow, how many episodes left?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jude2 on September 08, 2013, 07:04:16 PM
The chemo has burnt up Walts Balls. These guys can't hit a target right in front of them, stupid shit right there. Both cops were in the open ready to get killed.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: doison on September 08, 2013, 07:04:51 PM
Yes.  It seemed weak and anti-claimatic... wow, book em, Dan-O...

But the moment he called Marie to gloat... ya just knew it wasn't going to end like that.   Hank has to die.  No way anyone with a badge lives.  And Jesse, he will die too.  I thought he'd die last episode, I was a little off.  Walt will leave him dead in the desert.

Walt cooks again, marie makes accusations and walt has to hit the road before everyone figures out what happened where.   No doubt Hank's police vehicles have tracking devices, but that money is buried right there too.  Wow, how many episodes left?


Hank dies?  All I saw was ~700 rounds and no one shot.  Looked like GI Joe.  

I'm sure someone dies, but there's three episodes left...there's no reason to hold anything back.  Show Hank taking a round to the neck or Jessie getting scalped as he sneaks out of the car.  It's not like seeing Hank take a kill-shot is going to make anyone say "well, there's no suspense going into the next episode."

I loved the first five seasons and will continue to moisten my panties for the final few episodes, but my penis is entirely flaccid over the lack of events so far this final half-season.  


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: doison on September 08, 2013, 07:08:53 PM
The chemo has burnt up Walts Balls. These guys can't hit a target right in front of them, stupid shit right there. Both cops were in the open ready to get killed.


This killed it for me. 

Of course, they could have built a prison shank out of a toothbrush and sharpened shoelace eyelet that would have taken out Hank and a dozen other folks around the country in under five minutes, but hit Hank's enormous melon from 30 yards with a few hundred rounds of rifle/handgun/shotgun amoo?  Nah...


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: RRKore on September 08, 2013, 07:09:07 PM
Flynn would totally ice Jesse if he interrupted his breakfast. 

Walt Jr loves breakfast.

lol


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: RRKore on September 08, 2013, 07:16:27 PM

For almost 5 1/2 seasons I never found myself bored watching this show.  most of the times I'm at the edge of my seat.  This 1/2 season I found myself bored all too often.  Long drawn out scenes.  Too much dialogue.  

Anyways, back to the scarface ending that Gilligan hinted about being scarface like.  Remember at the end of scarface that Sosa's main henchman shoots Tony in the back.  I have a feeling Heul (the fat black guy) being Saul's henchman is going to be the one that shoots him in the back.  They already setup the scene when he lays on the money and jokes about mexico.  Walter will get away with it ALL, at the end drive to the desert to dig up his money and Heul will be standing right there to shoot him in the back and leave Walt for dead while he drives off with his barrels of cash.  Mark my word.  Save this post!

And then Huell, after making a stop to get a few burgers, has a massive coronary that we've all been expecting since we first saw him and his body will be found by Badger and Skinny Pete who'll then ride off into the sunset.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 08, 2013, 07:17:08 PM
 

Holy shit that was intense!

Knew it was coming when he called Marie!  I was like:   fuckkk, he's gonna eat it!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jude2 on September 08, 2013, 07:21:43 PM


Holy shit that was intense!

Knew it was coming when he called Marie!  I was like:   fuckkk, he's gonna eat it!
The I love u call does it every time.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 08, 2013, 07:27:57 PM
The I love u call does it every time.

Yep.  The moment he said "you stay here", I thought we'd end up with jesse/other DEA guy/all the evidence wasted and burned.

I thought walt and hank would drive away first.  When he said "I'll call this in, in a minute", they were letting us know that the 2 of them could be buried in the desert and it'd be days before anyone at the DEA knows anything. 



For almost 5 1/2 seasons I never found myself bored watching this show.  most of the times I'm at the edge of my seat.  This 1/2 season I found myself bored all too often.  Long drawn out scenes.  Too much dialogue. 

Anyways, back to the scarface ending that Gilligan hinted about being scarface like.  Remember at the end of scarface that Sosa's main henchman shoots Tony in the back.  I have a feeling Heul (the fat black guy) being Saul's henchman is going to be the one that shoots him in the back.  They already setup the scene when he lays on the money and jokes about mexico.  Walter will get away with it ALL, at the end drive to the desert to dig up his money and Heul will be standing right there to shoot him in the back and leave Walt for dead while he drives off with his barrels of cash.  Mark my word.  Save this post!

Love it!!!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 08, 2013, 08:17:56 PM
theyr'e getting ready for teh Saul show.
He said his kid left enough nose candy in the seats of his car to alert a K9 cop. 


Walt CONFESSED to the murders on the phone, confessed to poisoning the kid... if recording, then they have him dead to rights.  Unless the tape recording is in the DEA truck soaking up the bullets. 

And yeah, those two DEA agents would be swiss cheese with those high powered rifles punching right through the vehicles they're using for cover.  that gun battle should have been over in literally 5 seconds.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 08, 2013, 08:37:07 PM
I really don't want Hank to die.  I dunno why, but I was really hoping that wouldnt happen.

Seems inevitable now though.



Fun fact for you, the actor who plays Hank graduated from Harvard!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: WalterWhite on September 08, 2013, 08:46:59 PM
Should be interesting next week. DEA has limited ammo.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 08, 2013, 08:51:12 PM
i think hank's sidekick will be a non-story.  Dead immediately on the ground, non responsive.

They'll heroically kill or badly wound 3-4 of the foot soldier guys... todd and his uncle and another dude will live.  

Jesse will run into the desert during the gun battle... maybe just become a question mark.  we saw him opening that door, he's outta there.

Hank will die in walt's arms, saying some legendary shit as he expires.  (The jesse actor did predict a bloodbath!)  

Marie will go batshit when she finds her hubby died and call everyone who will listen - heisenberg can't return home now.  He'll do the cook, dig up some money, and get outta town.  the story will come out but be scrubbed due to heroic hank death.  



Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: thebrink on September 08, 2013, 08:59:36 PM
why didn't they call for backup? stupid , but i"ll go with it  :-\


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 08, 2013, 09:18:42 PM
why didn't they call for backup? stupid , but i"ll go with it  :-\

hank said "I'll call in backup once we get on the road/get out of here" somethign like that.   Letting the viewer know that no other cops were aware of their little operation.

They didn't want to put jesse in the system, as he'd lawyer up and get shanked in 3 minutes after Saul learned of his whereabouts. 

They laid the groundwork for marie to celebrate, get the bad news (there is no way Hank survives this), then marie to MELT like we haven't seen before... then hank has to leave town, obviously.  Walt will have to break the news to his family as he leaves town. 



Really, I thought a guy as jaded as Hank... he might just take a few million cash $ and retire and just shrug off the heisenberg stuff.  I know its been his hobby for so long, his passion, obsession... but the smart play... against a dude as evil as hank... was just to cash in, let him die, and keep that secret.  I'm sure hank will remind him of that, as hank bleeds out.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Aaron Singerman on September 08, 2013, 11:39:47 PM
They're done. Hank and Jessie. No way I can see them walking away from that.

Assuming I'm right, I'll be bummed to see Hank go. Jessie is a cry baby loser. Him, I'm ready to see go.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rudee on September 08, 2013, 11:43:57 PM
White guys who fire a barrage of shots that don't hit Han & Chewie = Stormtroopers

White guys who fire a barrage of shots that don't hit Hank & Gomie = Todd & the neo-Nazis


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: evandatp on September 09, 2013, 03:48:57 AM
Yes.  It seemed weak and anti-claimatic... wow, book em, Dan-O...

But the moment he called Marie to gloat... ya just knew it wasn't going to end like that.   Hank has to die.  No way anyone with a badge lives.  And Jesse, he will die too.  I thought he'd die last episode, I was a little off.  Walt will leave him dead in the desert.

Walt cooks again, marie makes accusations and walt has to hit the road before everyone figures out what happened where.   No doubt Hank's police vehicles have tracking devices, but that money is buried right there too.  Wow, how many episodes left?

I hope nothing comes of Marie's visit to her shrink when she talked about researching poisons on the internet.



Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 09, 2013, 03:51:11 AM
Now THAT was a badass ending.  ABout time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Do you guys think the nazis will kill both hank and gomie? I think so..


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 09, 2013, 04:03:01 AM
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Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 09, 2013, 05:01:57 AM
Do you guys think the nazis will kill both hank and gomie? I think so..

i think both DEA guys are toast.  Jesse escapes, of course.  They're sitting ducks, that car is roasted, and let's be real... 2, maybe 3 of those guys were full auto big caliber rifles... they just took down the other meth crew in seconds with zero casualties.  these two are sitting ducks are 20 yards.  Hank's partner will be dead with eyes open, I bet. 

Hank, they HAVE to give him the dying moment with hank.  Too big of a moment to have him just dead on scene.  But you never know with this show.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Bindare_Dundat on September 09, 2013, 05:09:13 AM
Hank is dead. He had his, "I love you", moment. as for the rest...who knows.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 09, 2013, 05:14:06 AM
Hank is dead. He had his, "I love you", moment. as for the rest...who knows.

i re-watched it last night.  Yeah, the most open and loving he's been to his wife.  they had their love you victory moment.  you're right.  He's toast.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: hrspwr1 on September 09, 2013, 07:06:39 AM
Good ending aside the fact that hank and gomie didn`t go down right away, got to save something for next sunday right.
 
 I think marie goes batshit crazy and trashes walts house after she learns hanks is feeding the worms in the desert.

 Todds uncle is going to want walt to do some serious cooking for saving his ass this time, think thats where the M-60 comes in

 Going on a limb, Skylar kills jesse and walt jr wants bacon and eggs.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 09, 2013, 08:49:41 AM
(http://i.imgur.com/lmP2yVK.jpg)


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Ronnie Rep on September 09, 2013, 09:01:13 AM
Hanks done, Jessie will live till the last episode!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: thebrink on September 09, 2013, 09:43:11 AM
i think both DEA guys are toast.  Jesse escapes, of course.  They're sitting ducks, that car is roasted, and let's be real... 2, maybe 3 of those guys were full auto big caliber rifles... they just took down the other meth crew in seconds with zero casualties.  these two are sitting ducks are 20 yards.  Hank's partner will be dead with eyes open, I bet. 

Hank, they HAVE to give him the dying moment with hank.  Too big of a moment to have him just dead on scene.  But you never know with this show.

So do you think the scary Slavic dudes from overseas are still going to get involved at this point?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 09, 2013, 09:47:21 AM
So do you think the scary Slavic dudes from overseas are still going to get involved at this point?

Dunno.  he's on the run from a very big threat.  But Todd's crew is 6 guys, and i'm betting 2-3 of them go down in this gunfight.  They have more muscle though.

Maybe Walt will get emotional and refuse to cook for them, because they smoked Hank.  Maybe he'll do another "red phosphorus powder" and barely escape from a meth lab, killing TOdd and making the uncle come at him with his buddies.  makes the most sense at this point.  


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 09, 2013, 09:49:51 AM
(http://i.imgur.com/lmP2yVK.jpg)

LOL!   Jesse was a total d-bag fat face balding snitch in this episode.  Really.  Spitting on walt... Jessee put a bullet in Gail, he doesn't value life either.  He has this holier-than-thou attitude, but he has blood on his hands too - he usually just whined until Walt had to do the dirt for him.  


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: outby43 on September 09, 2013, 03:00:17 PM
LOL!   Jesse was a total d-bag fat face balding snitch in this episode.  Really.  Spitting on walt... Jessee put a bullet in Gail, he doesn't value life either.  He has this holier-than-thou attitude, but he has blood on his hands too - he usually just whined until Walt had to do the dirt for him.  

Yep...Fucking Rat.

I was hoping that Jesse would have a change of heart and take a gun out of Walts glove box and kill Hank and that spic.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: RRKore on September 09, 2013, 08:12:47 PM
I just rewatched this last episode with my wife (who fell asleep and missed it the first time around).

I love this show just for Todd's ringtone:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzVgriDBhDs


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 09, 2013, 08:17:49 PM
Yep...Fucking Rat.

I was hoping that Jesse would have a change of heart and take a gun out of Walts glove box and kill Hank and that spic.


when hank was about to surrender... that looked like it could happen.  they showed that shotgun in gomey's hand... (I didn't know hanks partners name lol).  and showed jesse glance.

that might have been cool... he blasts partner and wounds hank... then it's just jesse and hank in the desert with 2 dead feds and all that cash.

This way is way more visual, however.  NO way hank can survive it. 



Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: booty on September 09, 2013, 09:34:07 PM
No way Hank and his partner live.  I think Jessie might get away. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 10, 2013, 10:02:04 AM
Hank won't die. Gomez will and Walt will somehow get out of the truck and plead to them to save Hank.  Hank will take it as a leave Walt alone message.  Jesse though.  Not sure what will happen.

FUCK!  I knew it they were coming when Hank was stalling so much.  LOVE THIS SHOW!!!!!!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Tapeworm on September 10, 2013, 10:58:46 AM
I don't yet get why Walt is so keen to keep Hank alive.  He could never stand the guy.  Maybe he thinks the DEA is involved so there's no benefit to killing him?  Does he want to use Hank to protect his family from the hillbillies?

Hank will use Walt as a hostage.  Possibly Walt's idea.  Gomie is like Ensign Smith on the away mission with Kirk & Spock.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 10, 2013, 11:01:41 AM
Hank won't die. Gomez will and Walt will somehow get out of the truck and plead to them to save Hank.  Hank will take it as a leave Walt alone message.  Jesse though.  Not sure what will happen.

FUCK!  I knew it they were coming when Hank was stalling so much.  LOVE THIS SHOW!!!!!!
,

I think hank will die, and the nazis will kill him.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 10, 2013, 11:53:17 AM
Don't forget Gomes is waiting for the Chatham cops to show up, so any minutes some cops will roll in probably causing the Nazis to run. Walt will somehow claim he was helping and save Jesse but not hank.
I'm thinking Walt in the end will get away with it all until Marie all pissed off sneaks in and shoots walt in the head.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 10, 2013, 11:54:24 AM
Now THAT was a badass ending.  ABout time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

x2

A bit lame though the the Nazis couldn't hit a target right in front of them... with combat rifles


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 10, 2013, 11:55:50 AM
Hank dies?  All I saw was ~700 rounds and no one shot.  Looked like GI Joe.  

I'm sure someone dies, but there's three episodes left...there's no reason to hold anything back.  Show Hank taking a round to the neck or Jessie getting scalped as he sneaks out of the car.  It's not like seeing Hank take a kill-shot is going to make anyone say "well, there's no suspense going into the next episode."

I loved the first five seasons and will continue to moisten my panties for the final few episodes, but my penis is entirely flaccid over the lack of events so far this final half-season.  

I would agree, except this episode has been nothing sort of brilliant. Even with the lame shooting.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 10, 2013, 11:57:47 AM
(http://i.imgur.com/lmP2yVK.jpg)

 :D ;D


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 10, 2013, 11:59:18 AM
I don't yet get why Walt is so keen to keep Hank alive.  He could never stand the guy.  Maybe he thinks the DEA is involved so there's no benefit to killing him?  Does he want to use Hank to protect his family from the hillbillies?

Hank will use Walt as a hostage.  Possibly Walt's idea.  Gomie is like Ensign Smith on the away mission with Kirk & Spock.

He is his brother in law- part of the family.

I don't get why he cares so much for Jesse...


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rudee on September 10, 2013, 12:15:14 PM
Skylar followed Walt after he got that phone call and bolted from the car wash.   She will show up at the aftermath of the mexican standoff, shoot Jesse, and free Walt from the handcuffs.   You watch and see.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 10, 2013, 01:00:43 PM
Skylar followed Walt after he got that phone call and bolted from the car wash.   She will show up at the aftermath of the mexican standoff, shoot Jesse, and free Walt from the handcuffs.   You watch and see.

Or she gets killed and hence Walt with the machine gun in the flash forward.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: lightweight on September 10, 2013, 01:53:53 PM
(http://s3-ec.buzzfed.com/static/enhanced/webdr01/2013/9/6/16/enhanced-buzz-25342-1378499711-4.jpg)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2Rc_o1u6NY


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 11, 2013, 01:26:56 AM
Prediction for the next episode: it's going to be Todd's uncle and his crew against Schrader and his partner.

 :D


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 15, 2013, 04:52:57 PM
Prediction for the next episode: it's going to be Todd's uncle and his crew against Schrader and his partner.

BRAVO!

We're about to see how the gun battle concludes.  

If Hank hadn't taken the time to run a victory parade and call Marie to celebrate, he would have gotten away and it would have been Gomey/Jesse wasted.   "Want me to wave to him for you? haha... he's not feeling too friendly.  Things are going to get better."    Hubris, all that.


I bet Jesse escapes into the desert and re-emerges one day on the Saul show.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Bindare_Dundat on September 15, 2013, 05:23:39 PM
damn, walt is cold. back to square one money~wise.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Bindare_Dundat on September 15, 2013, 06:06:27 PM
that was some of the craziest shit. lol


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 15, 2013, 06:08:06 PM
Now THAT is a bad-ass episode!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hank, Gomey gone.   Jesse is a meth cook slave.  Hank confessed to everything.  Skyler cleared.  Family safe.  

new identity/hiding for Walt.  What's next?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: WalterWhite on September 15, 2013, 06:13:45 PM
Now THAT is a bad-ass episode!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hank, Gomey gone.   Jesse is a meth cook slave.  Hank confessed to everything.  Skyler cleared.  Family safe.  

new identity/hiding for Walt.  What's next?

Should be interesting.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 15, 2013, 06:15:01 PM
HOLY SHIT!!!!!!

THAT WAS FUCKING INTENSE!!!!!!!  DAMN, Episode just left me speechless!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Bindare_Dundat on September 15, 2013, 06:16:00 PM
HOLY SHIT!!!!!!

THAT WAS FUCKING INTENSE!!!!!!!  DAMN, Episode just left me speechless!



yup, one of the best episodes of any show ive ever seen


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 15, 2013, 06:22:02 PM
the only Q is... how can he filter the $ to the family, so that they're set for life?  Or did he just do that with the car wash, and the call which claimed Skyler knew nothing?

And what happens with todd's uncle, jesse now....  I don't see how that involves Walt anymore.  They don't need Hank... Jesse can cook.  Are these parallel things now?  

Stupid Hank... he should have just take $10 mil from Hank and let him have his family in peace...
Stupid Skyler... she should have just gotten in the truck, went to Saul's with the kids, gotten a new identity...

Heisenberg seems to be the only one with any brains still... kidnapping the baby to get a FBI/police recording of him clearing SKyler of all crimes.

Gunfight WAS realistic, however.   Gomey would be dead, ice cold in real life.  Hank wounded then executed.  Jesse hiding.  Bad guys unhurt.  They could have had heroic Hank wasting 3 bad guys... not realistic tho...


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 15, 2013, 06:31:37 PM
was there something about the reflections in the mirror?  Walter White is officially dead... he and hank and gomey all died in the desert?  They stopped showing walter in the mirror, and the final rear view mirror pic had something to do with that?  FB buzzing, I didn't catch it.




Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Grape Ape on September 15, 2013, 06:36:19 PM
the only Q is... how can he filter the $ to the family, so that they're set for life?  Or did he just do that with the car wash, and the call which claimed Skyler knew nothing?

That angle is done.  Skyler wants no part of the money now, after Hank.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: sean on September 15, 2013, 06:43:31 PM
I'm not gonna read any above post to give away the show, but can someone tell me if its available via Amazon through Roku tonight? Last week, they waited until monday to load it, but the week prior, it was on there ready, at 9 pm just like cable subscribers would get on A&E


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 15, 2013, 06:49:06 PM
I'm not gonna read any above post to give away the show, but can someone tell me if its available via Amazon through Roku tonight? Last week, they waited until monday to load it, but the week prior, it was on there ready, at 9 pm just like cable subscribers would get on A&E

LAst week and prior sure is:  http://www.amazon.com/Tohajiilee/dp/B00F2C4YYE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1379299725&sr=8-1&keywords=breaking+bad


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 15, 2013, 06:50:20 PM
the only Q is... how can he filter the $ to the family, so that they're set for life?  Or did he just do that with the car wash, and the call which claimed Skyler knew nothing?

And what happens with todd's uncle, jesse now....  I don't see how that involves Walt anymore.  They don't need Hank... Jesse can cook.  Are these parallel things now?  

Stupid Hank... he should have just take $10 mil from Hank and let him have his family in peace...
Stupid Skyler... she should have just gotten in the truck, went to Saul's with the kids, gotten a new identity...

Heisenberg seems to be the only one with any brains still... kidnapping the baby to get a FBI/police recording of him clearing SKyler of all crimes.

Gunfight WAS realistic, however.   Gomey would be dead, ice cold in real life.  Hank wounded then executed.  Jesse hiding.  Bad guys unhurt.  They could have had heroic Hank wasting 3 bad guys... not realistic tho...

Oooooooh - I didn't pick up on that - I just thought, "Man, walt is just straight up being a dick right now!!!!!"  But fuck great insight there!  Awesome observation sir!"


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 15, 2013, 06:58:30 PM
Oooooooh - I didn't pick up on that - I just thought, "Man, walt is just straight up being a dick right now!!!!!"  But fuck great insight there!  Awesome observation sir!"

It was so out of character for him... but it seemed like there was a moment on the phone when she had the "ah-ha" moment and started playing along. 

He stole the baby to bring in the heat... Be put it all on himself.   The preview shows Saul worried the drug crew needs him... with 69 million bucks, one would think they'd just retire from the game too lol... but what fun would that be, when they have slave Jesse cooking for them.

I don't know where the show can go from here... Walter decides to pre-emptively kill Todd's crew to protect Skyler?  Why the big guns?  Did the show just peak?  How can they POSSIBLY top this episode?

Anyway, Walt probably had that Plan B all along.  Really, he should have just chloroformed everyone, had saul's guy pick them up, and everyone wakes up a millionaire in a tropical, non-extradition country. 

This really is a very brilliant show.  As good as teh Wire?  I dont think so.  That show was cleverer.  But the brilliance here is top notch. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 15, 2013, 07:02:37 PM
It was so out of character for him... but it seemed like there was a moment on the phone when she had the "ah-ha" moment and started playing along. 

He stole the baby to bring in the heat... Be put it all on himself.   The preview shows Saul worried the drug crew needs him... with 69 million bucks, one would think they'd just retire from the game too lol... but what fun would that be, when they have slave Jesse cooking for them.

I don't know where the show can go from here... Walter decides to pre-emptively kill Todd's crew to protect Skyler?  Why the big guns?  Did the show just peak?  How can they POSSIBLY top this episode?

Anyway, Walt probably had that Plan B all along.  Really, he should have just chloroformed everyone, had saul's guy pick them up, and everyone wakes up a millionaire in a tropical, non-extradition country. 

This really is a very brilliant show.  As good as teh Wire?  I dont think so.  That show was cleverer.  But the brilliance here is top notch. 

Yeah and you noticed that when he started tearing him as he went all Heisenberg on her, that he really didn't mean what he was saying!  Fuck so smart this show!  I feel really bad for Jessie - the shit he must've gone through / still will go through with todd's family!  Sucks!  but he was a rat!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 15, 2013, 07:14:56 PM
Jesse...

He should have gotten in the van and gotten his ass to alaska.

Turning snitch.. betraying Walt... even though he had killed too...  Spitting in walt's face...

THEN

everything changed.  He gets his ass whooped... tortured... imprisoned to make meth... ironic, but wow... he started as Cap'n Cook... it's what he wanted... now he gets to reap the suffering that he sowed upon the world.  This is prison/hell for Jesse, and he is deserving of it.    Jesse is suffering and his only way out is to use chemistry (red phosphorus?) to burn that cable and run outta there... Or just suffer and cook.

Saul will live... His show has to follow BB. 

Skyler had her chance to break bad - go with walt - and she stopped it.  She stayed good.  She will survive with kids. 

Hank is dead.  Gomey dead. Mike, Gus, Gail, everyone has met their fate.  Walt just keeps on causing it.  most of the strings are tied off.

WALT?  What will his punishment be?  That has to be the biggest question remaining.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 15, 2013, 07:15:54 PM
He's going to liberate Jesse.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jude2 on September 15, 2013, 07:22:27 PM
Jesse...

He should have gotten in the van and gotten his ass to alaska.

Turning snitch.. betraying Walt... even though he had killed too...  Spitting in walt's face...

THEN

everything changed.  He gets his ass whooped... tortured... imprisoned to make meth... ironic, but wow... he started as Cap'n Cook... it's what he wanted... now he gets to reap the suffering that he sowed upon the world.  This is prison/hell for Jesse, and he is deserving of it.    Jesse is suffering and his only way out is to use chemistry (red phosphorus?) to burn that cable and run outta there... Or just suffer and cook.

Saul will live... His show has to follow BB. 

Skyler had her chance to break bad - go with walt - and she stopped it.  She stayed good.  She will survive with kids. 

Hank is dead.  Gomey dead. Mike, Gus, Gail, everyone has met their fate.  Walt just keeps on causing it.  most of the strings are tied off.

WALT?  What will his punishment be?  That has to be the biggest question remaining.
Agree with this. I think the cancer will get Walt in the end. GREAT SHOW.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 15, 2013, 07:34:33 PM
Next week.... Episode 15... Entitled, "The Granite State"

I'm guessing Saul's "dissappear guy" sends Walt to New Hampshire, where he grows hair, drives an old sedan, and hides out for 6 months' winter... before returning for some all-out showdown with a machine gun and ricin for Lydia's tea?  :)


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 15, 2013, 08:11:18 PM

This whole show just shows you the shit and scum the lurks if you decide to go into the criminal underworld....  This is why we all have legitimate work.  No one can handle a life like this, no honor, no stability, no peace.

Its ruthless and it is hard to watch sometimes!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 15, 2013, 08:15:41 PM
and how fast everything changes.   Jesse is a millionaire, able to do anything he wants.

A few days later, he's broke and scraping enough to escape to alaska to start over.

A few days later, he's the star DEA snitch, betraying Walt and spitting on him while doing do.

A few hours later, he's the slave meth cook, tortured and bloody.

Next week?  He'll probably escape, killing 4 guys while doing so, and end up saving walt's skin.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 15, 2013, 08:26:31 PM
and how fast everything changes.   Jesse is a millionaire, able to do anything he wants.

A few days later, he's broke and scraping enough to escape to alaska to start over.

A few days later, he's the star DEA snitch, betraying Walt and spitting on him while doing do.

A few hours later, he's the slave meth cook, tortured and bloody.

Next week?  He'll probably escape, killing 4 guys while doing so, and end up saving walt's skin.

Every action has its consequences!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rudee on September 15, 2013, 09:11:53 PM
Was hoping Walt would lay the boots to Walt Jr.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 15, 2013, 09:34:17 PM
really... the show is modern day Shakespeare.  it is. 

so many levels of betrayal and honor and sacrifice.  Only US the viewer truly knows the sacrifice and depths of evil seen with Walt.  Truly a dichotomy.  History will view him as an evil drug dealer... He never wanted it, but it did change him, and still to the end, much of his intentions were honorable and pure.     

This show runs circles around Romeo & Juliet.  Way deeper, way more complex, characters with so many sides...


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: WalterWhite on September 15, 2013, 09:45:39 PM
Was hoping Walt would lay the boots to Walt Jr.

Jr's reaction was very disappointing.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jwb on September 15, 2013, 11:07:36 PM
Lydia has to return to the mix next week.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jwb on September 15, 2013, 11:59:34 PM
Jesse has to be the one who takes out the rednecks. He has hated Todd ever since he took out that kid and now they are threatening his girl and her son he will do anything to kill him.

I predict he uses the chemical trick they used to kill the first two guys in the pilot. After that is the final showdown actually between Walt and Jesse?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Bindare_Dundat on September 16, 2013, 02:39:25 AM
Oooooooh - I didn't pick up on that - I just thought, "Man, walt is just straight up being a dick right now!!!!!"  But fuck great insight there!  Awesome observation sir!"

I dont think that was totally intentional.  his reaction was inline with what happened in the house and the way he rubbed salt in Jesses wound by admitting he essentially killed his previous girlfriend,  but it obviously worked to her advantage. Guess we wont really know until the next episode, if its clarified at all. I still think part of Walt was truly disgusted with her for opening her mouth to their son and pulling the kniife on him.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 16, 2013, 03:23:38 AM

Saul will live... His show has to follow BB. 

/quote]

I read that the Better call Saul programme would be a prequel to him meeting Walt and Jesse.
In agreement with all you guys,unfuckingbelievable episode.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Ronnie Rep on September 16, 2013, 03:34:16 AM
Oooooooh - I didn't pick up on that - I just thought, "Man, walt is just straight up being a dick right now!!!!!"  But fuck great insight there!  Awesome observation sir!"
Missed that too!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Ronnie Rep on September 16, 2013, 03:41:32 AM
really... the show is modern day Shakespeare.  it is. 

so many levels of betrayal and honor and sacrifice.  Only US the viewer truly knows the sacrifice and depths of evil seen with Walt.  Truly a dichotomy.  History will view him as an evil drug dealer... He never wanted it, but it did change him, and still to the end, much of his intentions were honorable and pure.     

This show runs circles around Romeo & Juliet.  Way deeper, way more complex, characters with so many sides...
Brilliantly written!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Tony Doherty on September 16, 2013, 05:02:08 AM
One of the best episodes of any show I have seen. Damn!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 16, 2013, 05:04:10 AM
This whole show just shows you the shit and scum the lurks if you decide to go into the criminal underworld....  This is why we all have legitimate work.  No one can handle a life like this, no honor, no stability, no peace.

Its ruthless and it is hard to watch sometimes!

Truth, it can be an eyeopener for those who have been thinking of walking the path but is on the fence.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: thebrink on September 16, 2013, 05:37:32 AM
This whole show just shows you the shit and scum the lurks if you decide to go into the criminal underworld....  This is why we all have legitimate work.  No one can handle a life like this, no honor, no stability, no peace.

Its ruthless and it is hard to watch sometimes!

generally in that environment with those types of people , once you're in you dont leave.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 16, 2013, 05:48:11 AM
there is a moment when he starts calling her a bitch - very out of character for him - that Skyler's eye looks to the FBI agent in her home (left, recall, logic), then up and to the right, getting creative.  She starts playing along with the lie, and at one point even AGREES with Walt that she doesn't know a single thing about his business.   

He is smart enough to know the police are there - a kidnapping was made from his home with 911 on the line.  That call was entirely to clear Skyler and let them know hank was in the ground and it was all on HIM and him alone.  Nobody caught that on the Talking Bad show - finally, host Chris hardwick had to blurt it out in the closing seconds of the show, and Hank actor Dean Norris confirmed it.  Walt took all the blame.  You could see tears running down his face... Has to stop to collect himself.  This is his 'goodbye' call. 

NOW - He runs and lives in New hampshire for 6 months... returning only to Save someone with that ricin in the finale....

So I'm guessing (only 2 episodes left)... This week he runs to NH and hides... Then in the final episode, he wishes himself a happy 52nd BDay at a Waffle House, picks up his weapon (ricin) and then sits down and poisons himself along with the targeted bad guy (lydia tea??)

I'm predicting Walt dies on his 52nd Birthday.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jwb on September 16, 2013, 07:33:34 AM
Maybe skylar hooks up with Ted and he comes to wax them all!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 16, 2013, 07:42:41 AM
He's going to go for broke and rescue Jesse.  It's a play on scar face but instead of going out the villain in a blaze of glory he's going to go out as a partially redeemed semi-hero. If he's already dead from the cancer, he has nothing to lose.  Watching this season is kind of frustrating because you can see they had a lot more material for at least one more season.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 16, 2013, 07:50:02 AM
He's going to go for broke and rescue Jesse.  It's a play on scar face but instead of going out the villain in a blaze of glory he's going to go out as a partially redeemed semi-hero. If he's already dead from the cancer, he has nothing to lose.  Watching this season is kind of frustrating because you can see they had a lot more material for at least one more season.

Season Finale starts like this (in NH)...

Walt is content reading “Leaves of Grass" by the fireplace (M60 by his side of course) and following his family's growth and prosperity via instagram :)

Saul finds out that Jesse is a meth slave.  Walt has been given just weeks to live, so he decides to return now that the heat is down, have a meet with Todd's crew... poison them with Ricin like Gus did with the tequila.  They all have a drink, and Uncle even offers some to Jesse, but he remembers the Mexico trip and decides to pass.   Then Walt goes home (wherever the family is), has a wonderful evening with them, and falls asleep and passes away while holding his baby with his forgiving son and understanding wife by his side.  We see a cut-in of Todd's crew falling over and jesse using chemistry to escape his chains.  Walt has given his family financial security and leaves this world surrounded with them.  PERFECT.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 16, 2013, 07:56:01 AM
Season Finale starts like this (in NH)...

Walt is content reading “Leaves of Grass" by the fireplace (M60 by his side of course) and following his family's growth and prosperity via instagram :)

Saul finds out that Jesse is a meth slave.  Walt has been given just weeks to live, so he decides to return now that the heat is down, have a meet with Todd's crew... poison them with Ricin like Gus did with the tequila.  They all have a drink, and Uncle even offers some to Jesse, but he remembers the Mexico trip and decides to pass.   Then Walt goes home (wherever the family is), has a wonderful evening with them, and falls asleep and passes away while holding his baby with his forgiving son and understanding wife by his side.  We see a cut-in of Todd's crew falling over and jesse using chemistry to escape his chains.  Walt has given his family financial security and leaves this world surrounded with them.  PERFECT.

A nice twist would be the cancer was actually in remission making his sacrifice heroic or if he didn't know ironic.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rome on September 16, 2013, 09:32:12 AM
That phone call to clear Skyler may not matter.
Marie still knows what Skyler did to help Walt and I doubt she'll want to save her sister now that Hank is dead because of their actions and lies.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Chacka on September 16, 2013, 09:37:45 AM
That phone call to clear Skyler may not matter.
Marie still knows what Skyler did to help Walt and I doubt she'll want to save her sister now that Hank is dead because of their actions and lies.


interesting observation


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 16, 2013, 09:41:59 AM
When walt said there was 80 million buried,was anyone shocked at the amount,did you think it was more or less money than that in the barrels.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jwb on September 16, 2013, 09:45:48 AM
Marie will have some role to play she won't lay down and take it.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 16, 2013, 09:49:06 AM
Loved this series


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 16, 2013, 09:52:57 AM
That phone call to clear Skyler may not matter.
Marie still knows what Skyler did to help Walt and I doubt she'll want to save her sister now that Hank is dead because of their actions and lies.

what can she prove, though?   Hank disappeared with his partner.  Todd was given info about all the evidence from Jesse, so I'm guessing he made all that go away.  Maybe there's a Jesse tape somewhere in the house, but what does Jesse know about Skyler, and how valid is that tape?  

Plus, given the video disc in which Walt claimed he and Hank were in business together... Marie isn't going to be able to pin anything on Skyler.   I think the call walt made was enough to clear her, make it appear she was a scared pawn and forced to participate.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: hrspwr1 on September 16, 2013, 10:15:54 AM
" I watched Jane die " that was some Heisenberg shit right there, fkn cold. 

 Marie is a variable, I still think she goes bananas and trashes Walts house, if she tries to do any harm to Skylar or the kids I bet she winds up in Belize.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 16, 2013, 12:05:27 PM
I'm still trying to figure out if Walt wanted Jesse executed at that moment or if he knew Jesse would be saved.  I guess he blames Jesse for Hank's death.  Jesse will need to weasel his way out.  Hank was no fool, he knew that once Gomey was dead there is no way they would let him walk away.  it was funny seeing Todd wipe away tears by how touched he was when Walt was crying over dead Hank.

I am hoping that the series doesn't end with Marie capping a bullet into Walt.  That would be lame but I could see if happening.  We know that this is going to end Scarface style which means Walt doesn't live and walk away from it.    So funny how he is traveling with a barrel of cash.  HAHAHA.

For a second though, once his hand was sliced he turned full Heisenberg.  Ready to stab his wife in the heart until retardo saved her by stumbling on Walt. 

During the open scenes of the shootout I realized I wasn't even breathing and was holding my breath in anticipation.  Fucking great show.

Walt didn't kidnap Holly with the thoughts of returning her so soon, but I think when she cried for Mommy in the bathroom he realized he can't drag her into his underworld and decided to make that call.  They even made a point to zoom in on the dash showing he purchased a pay as you go phone.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 16, 2013, 12:21:49 PM
Watching this week's episode there were only two thing going through my mind.

a) Aunt Marie has a great arse
b) Flynn is a moron for not shagging the arse off his aunt Marie.



Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 16, 2013, 12:53:17 PM
Jr's reaction was very disappointing.

He's not a very good actor; but I thought the scene where he pulled Walt off his mother was great.

That family scene was drama.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 16, 2013, 12:54:01 PM
My only prediction for the next episode is that Jesse will somehow kill the rednecks with ricin.

The way things turned out in this episode, it's difficult to see where the show will go.

Walt is now public enemy number 1. He took the blame for the death of two DEA agents. He will be wanted across the country. I don't see how the next episode will be more compelling than this one. I think it will mostly focus on the hunt for Walt, Jesse trying to escape from the rednecks and Walt's family trying to come to terms with what happened.

I think the best of Breaking Bad is behind us. This is what everyone was waiting to see. How badly Walt's world would collapse. And it did.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 16, 2013, 01:16:09 PM
My only prediction for the next episode is that Jesse will somehow kill the rednecks with ricin.

The way things turned out in this episode, it's difficult to see where the show will go.

Walt is now public enemy number 1. He took the blame for the death of two DEA agents. He will be wanted across the country. I don't see how the next episode will be more compelling than this one. I think it will mostly focus on the hunt for Walt, Jesse trying to escape from the rednecks and Walt's family trying to come to terms with what happened.

I think the best of Breaking Bad is behind us. This is what everyone was waiting to see. How badly Walt's world would collapse. And it did.

Seriously, the show could have just ended this way.  Walt driving off in the van with a new identity, his family behind cleaning up the shit mess.  marie in agony, Jesse tortured.  But what the hell are they still planning on doing for two more episodes?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Grape Ape on September 16, 2013, 01:26:38 PM
Seriously, the show could have just ended this way.  Walt driving off in the van with a new identity, his family behind cleaning up the shit mess.  marie in agony, Jesse tortured.  But what the hell are they still planning on doing for two more episodes?

Well, they showed Walt with a trunk full of heavy artillery with one of the future spots at the beginning.   Now we know who it's for......


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: littledumbells on September 16, 2013, 01:38:22 PM
Seriously, the show could have just ended this way.  Walt driving off in the van with a new identity, his family behind cleaning up the shit mess.  marie in agony, Jesse tortured.  But what the hell are they still planning on doing for two more episodes?

  Every time i think the next episode cannot be topped they throw a new curve into  the story. They have a great writing team on this show


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rudee on September 16, 2013, 01:58:57 PM
One thing I don't quite understand is, Todd and the Neo-Nazi crew now have tens of millions of dollars.   Why are they making Jesse cook meth again?   Why not just call it a day?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: WalterWhite on September 16, 2013, 02:03:48 PM
One thing I don't quite understand is, Todd and the Neo-Nazi crew now have tens of millions of dollars.   Why are they making Jesse cook meth again?   Why not just call it a day?

They did not seem like they won the lottery when they drove away and maybe that cash needs to be laundered, so it's business as usual.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 16, 2013, 02:19:25 PM
Well, they showed Walt with a trunk full of heavy artillery with one of the future spots at the beginning.   Now we know who it's for......

Are you saying he will go back to save Jesse ???

Walter White turning into Rambo... not exactly how I pictured the show ending


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BRO on September 16, 2013, 02:24:21 PM
Well, they showed Walt with a trunk full of heavy artillery with one of the future spots at the beginning.   Now we know who it's for......

Who do you think it's for?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rudee on September 16, 2013, 02:26:14 PM
Did you guys catch that shot of Walt's old pants laying in the desert?  The one's that blew away from the RV in the pilot episode?




(http://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2013/09/16/16-breaking-bad.o.jpg/a_560x375.jpg)

(http://www.standbyformindcontrol.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/breaking+bad+pants.jpg?9d7bd4)




Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: WalterWhite on September 16, 2013, 02:44:02 PM
Did you guys catch that shot of Walt's old pants laying in the desert?  The one's that blew away from the RV in the pilot episode?




(http://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2013/09/16/16-breaking-bad.o.jpg/a_560x375.jpg)

(http://www.standbyformindcontrol.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/breaking+bad+pants.jpg?9d7bd4)




Great catch!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 16, 2013, 02:52:53 PM
Did you guys catch that shot of Walt's old pants laying in the desert?  The one's that blew away from the RV in the pilot episode?




(http://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2013/09/16/16-breaking-bad.o.jpg/a_560x375.jpg)

(http://www.standbyformindcontrol.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/breaking+bad+pants.jpg?9d7bd4)





LOL!   Brilliant!  Such an intelligent show.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Grape Ape on September 16, 2013, 02:54:41 PM
Who do you think it's for?

We've seen how he goes into Heisenberg acts when he's crossed.  These guys just took 70 million from him.

He made it evident he's done with Jesse, so I don't think it's that at all.  Now, it may boil down to Jesse actually saving/not saving Walt, but I don't think it's the other way around.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 16, 2013, 02:56:50 PM
Shit, I have to rewatch that now.  Fucking brilliant


Did you guys catch that shot of Walt's old pants laying in the desert?  The one's that blew away from the RV in the pilot episode?




(http://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2013/09/16/16-breaking-bad.o.jpg/a_560x375.jpg)

(http://www.standbyformindcontrol.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/breaking+bad+pants.jpg?9d7bd4)





Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jude2 on September 16, 2013, 05:48:01 PM
Walt has to go back and save his family. Did u hear Saul at the end talking to Walt saying they will come for her, if they can't get u. Who the cartel??


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 16, 2013, 05:57:00 PM
If you missed it....

Next week on Breaking Bad:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxtN0ri7q-M


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: sean on September 16, 2013, 08:44:03 PM
Im still having a degree of anxiety for Walt's situation. If all these assholes had just stayed out of his business and kept their lips sealed.

While, I have to admit I'm reluctant to show this much interest in a tv show... I'll have to say, one unbelievable part of the show thats bugging me is the catalyst to this final shutdown. Would Jesse, in real life, have cared so much to rid himself of $5 million and he'd rat himself and his partner out over his ex-girlfriends son being almost dying at the hands of Walt? I'd say not. When he went berserk and went over to Walt's house to spread gas all around, I was seriously rolling my eyes. This Jessie character has been through some serious shit. Capped a few guys. Helped take out some serious bad guys with Gus at the poolside gangster party. etc, etc.. To see him get all worked up that his partner played on his immature emotions, was to a degree, a stretch on the part of the writers. I feel. It would have been more realistic to see his character develop into more of a hard ass, rather than him remaining the same throughout the entire series. I guess im just being critical because i'm not liking the outcome.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 16, 2013, 11:07:20 PM
When he went berserk and went over to Walt's house to spread gas all around, I was seriously rolling my eyes. This Jessie character has been through some serious shit. Capped a few guys. Helped take out some serious bad guys with Gus at the poolside gangster party. etc, etc.. To see him get all worked up that his partner played on his immature emotions, was to a degree, a stretch on the part of the writers. I feel. It would have been more realistic to see his character develop into more of a hard ass, rather than him remaining the same throughout the entire series. I guess im just being critical because i'm not liking the outcome.

I don't think it was a stretch. It was the straw that broke the camel's back for Jesse. Also don't forget that he had almost killed Walt over the poisoning before so it makes sense he would go berserk.

I think the show makes it clear that Jesse is not cut out for this sort of crime... that is his character development. He is not a "hard ass", just someone who got in way over his head.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 17, 2013, 02:52:10 AM
I don't think it was a stretch. It was the straw that broke the camel's back for Jesse. Also don't forget that he had almost killed Walt over the poisoning before so it makes sense he would go berserk.

I think the show makes clear that Jesse is not cut out for this sort of crime... that is his character development. He is not a "hard ass", just someone who got in way over his head.

The opening scene was designed to remind the audience of Jesses stupidity and tendency to be his own worst enemy.  If Jesse had just listened to Walt and kept his mouth shut, Hank would be alive and they would both be millionaires. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 17, 2013, 03:03:04 AM
"Some men just want to watch the world burn" = batman quote.

Jesse is like that... he just can't stop fcking things up.  Walt can actually take the win... all was good by the pool.  Hank learned the truth and instead of just letting it go... it got him killed.  Sometimes you have to know what fights to pick... Hank said it himself "I could be the guy that brings down Heisenberg..."

Hank died because of his ego.  He couldn't go into work with his theory of even jess'e statment - MORE than enough to charge Walt.  No, he had to go after the $ too.  He didn't realize a man as powerful as Heisenberg woudl be attached to things like a half-dozen killers in the desert.  I wonder if Hank thought to himself "I should have just asked Walt for $10 million in the garage that day and pretended none of this ever happened."


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 17, 2013, 03:09:17 AM
In the opening episode of this series when Walt goes back for the ricin,when he walks out to the car and the next door neighbour sees him and drops the groceries.I`m wondering why it would be such a shock for her to see Walt.Did Skylar tell the neighbours that he had died.Is this part of the storyline in the next episode to explain walts disappearance.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rhomboids on September 17, 2013, 03:23:05 AM
I'm not gonna read any above post to give away the show, but can someone tell me if its available via Amazon through Roku tonight? Last week, they waited until monday to load it, but the week prior, it was on there ready, at 9 pm just like cable subscribers would get on A&E
quit beingfa pussy  and download that shit. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: doison on September 17, 2013, 03:38:05 AM
In the opening episode of this series when Walt goes back for the ricin,when he walks out to the car and the next door neighbour sees him and drops the groceries.I`m wondering why it would be such a shock for her to see Walt.Did Skylar tell the neighbours that he had died.Is this part of the storyline in the next episode to explain walts disappearance.

I'm pretty sure it's no secret who he is by that point.  "Heisenberg" is written across the wall of the trashed house even. 

He's already confessed over the phone.  By the time that scene takes place, the whole world knows he's a murderous meth kingpin.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: doison on September 17, 2013, 04:00:40 AM
In the finale: Skylar finally believes in Walt (his biggest complaint about her since episode 1) and decides to just trust him to "make it right."  

Walt ties up all 22 remaining loose ends and dies in the final scene with Skykar, Flynn and Holly...as a family.  His family gets all the money and the final scene makes you finally stop thinking Skykar is a total bitch.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 17, 2013, 04:04:00 AM
That brings up another question now,who spray paints heisenberg on the wall.Could it be Marie.?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 17, 2013, 04:06:00 AM
That brings up another question now,who spray paints heisenberg on the wall.Could it be Marie.?

Probably his kid.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 17, 2013, 05:26:03 AM
"Some men just want to watch the world burn" = batman quote.

Jesse is like that... he just can't stop fcking things up.  Walt can actually take the win... all was good by the pool.  Hank learned the truth and instead of just letting it go... it got him killed.  Sometimes you have to know what fights to pick... Hank said it himself "I could be the guy that brings down Heisenberg..."

Hank died because of his ego.  He couldn't go into work with his theory of even jess'e statment - MORE than enough to charge Walt.  No, he had to go after the $ too.  He didn't realize a man as powerful as Heisenberg woudl be attached to things like a half-dozen killers in the desert.  I wonder if Hank thought to himself "I should have just asked Walt for $10 million in the garage that day and pretended none of this ever happened."

"Some men just want to watch the world burn" = batman quote.  Is actually Alfred saying it.  Anyways.  I am sort of leaning that Todd will be the final bullet.  Walt will learn that they are holding Jesse prisoner to cook and for some reason feel the need to save him.  he will go in and somehow manage to kill the Nazis and free Jesse and just when he thinks he's gotten away with it he'll hear "Sorry Mr. White" and Todd will shoot him in the head.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 17, 2013, 05:26:40 AM
That brings up another question now,who spray paints heisenberg on the wall.Could it be Marie.?

Neighborhood kids after his identity went public. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Chacka on September 17, 2013, 05:53:14 AM


Dam. Just watched episode again. Very satisfying scenario (but very unlikely) that someone mentioned before is that Jessie was actually pulling everyone's strings all this time, that Jessie is some kind of evil genius, let everyone else do his dirty work.The reason he flipped out, gave all that money away etc was that he realized he had set all these events in motion himself, guilt was killing him etc..Walt goes back to get his money from gang,kills the whole gang in process, finds Jessie at the compound not expecting to find him there, lets Jessie go, Jessie kills Walt and gets away with the $$$.Very unlikely but so satisfying, seeing all the crap, beatings etc Jessie has endured since beginning..


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 17, 2013, 06:08:28 AM

Dam. Just watched episode again. Very satisfying scenario (but very unlikely) that someone mentioned before is that Jessie was actually pulling everyone's strings all this time, that Jessie is some kind of evil genius, let everyone else do his dirty work.The reason he flipped out, gave all that money away etc was that he realized he had set all these events in motion himself, guilt was killing him etc..Walt goes back to get his money from gang,kills the whole gang in process, finds Jessie at the compound not expecting to find him there, lets Jessie go, Jessie kills Walt and gets away with the $$$.Very unlikely but so satisfying, seeing all the crap, beatings etc Jessie has endured since beginning..

This is way off the tracks.  Jesse is an addict.  He has been strung up almost the entire series.  He doesn't think rationally.  He admitted the fact that Walt is the devil and only evil things happens to those around him. 

Didn't anyone catch the symbolism between these?

(http://www.milestsang.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/large_breaking_bad_s2_blu-ray1t.jpg)

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e0/Gus_dies.png)

and the recent shot of Jesse after being tortured by the Nazis

(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-BymBOV30Xio/UjdLgE_66II/AAAAAAAAtoo/d5hYZ-NeWX4/s1600/0226.png)


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 17, 2013, 09:09:14 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQSTieJH70Y


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 17, 2013, 09:19:22 AM
Jesse was an idiot from the beginning.  Walt blames him for Hanks death and he has every right to. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Tapeworm on September 17, 2013, 09:34:35 AM
Still don't really get why Walt was so genuinely crushed when they shot Hank.  Or why he would offer up all his money to save Hank's life.  He never liked Hank and now Hank is out to arrest him and confiscate all the money that would see Sky and the kids through .  They're really working to convince us Walt isn't a total dick.

A wife and children are family.  The guy who married the sister of the woman you married is family, I guess, but not really.  Come on.  It's not the same thing at all, especially when he's out to ruin the wife and kids.

Complaints aside, I was seat edged.  They're fooling me with every scene.  It's great.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: CT_Muscle on September 17, 2013, 10:16:14 AM
Mike isn't dead, we never saw his dead body and it was never recovered.......he returns with back up and kills Todd and his uncle and co.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 17, 2013, 10:31:44 AM
he sat and broke bread with Hank for at least a decade.  They're family.  He knows hank will take care of skyler and kids long after the cancer gets him.

He wanted hank to live.  if not, he would have eliminated Hank the moment he discovered he was heisenberg.  he just wanted him to back off til he died. 

It makes ya realize... sometimes you just have to not mess with a situation.  Was hank "right"?  Sure.  But it's not always how the world works.  Just let heisenberg get away with it, keep his money, share his $, and the family is set.  Now, thanks to hank and his lust for "i can be the guy that brought down heisenberg", he got shot. 

Of course, that woudln't be interesting TV.  If hank hadn't dropped a deuce at the end of last season, there would be nothing to watch now.  Relaxing by the pool for a year.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: f450 on September 17, 2013, 10:34:44 AM
Still don't really get why Walt was so genuinely crushed when they shot Hank.  Or why he would offer up all his money to save Hank's life.  He never liked Hank and now Hank is out to arrest him and confiscate all the money that would see Sky and the kids through .  They're really working to convince us Walt isn't a total dick.

A wife and children are family.  The guy who married the sister of the woman you married is family, I guess, but not really.  Come on.  It's not the same thing at all, especially when he's out to ruin the wife and kids.

Complaints aside, I was seat edged.  They're fooling me with every scene.  It's great.

It was about skylar and how she would take the news of Hanks death.... She could live with a lot of things but living with the possibility that Walt was somehow responsible for Hanks death just wouldn't happen. Skylar wouldn't have been able to handle that.... Thats why he offered up all his money.... He values keeping his family together, and as for money, He could just start cooking for the cartel again.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 17, 2013, 11:02:53 AM
It was about skylar and how she would take the news of Hanks death.... She could live with a lot of things but living with the possibility that Walt was somehow responsible for Hanks death just wouldn't happen. Skylar wouldn't have been able to handle that.... Thats why he offered up all his money.... He values keeping his family together, and as for money, He could just start cooking for the cartel again.

I think he cares more about Walt. Jr.  Junior looked up to Hank and he wanted Jr. to have a male role model in his life, even after death.  I did find it a little odd that Walt would give up his money so easily.  I guess a week earlier Jesse was saying how much walt loved money more than anything and then they wanted to prove that he valued family more.  In the end Family is what Walt truly cares about.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: WalterWhite on September 17, 2013, 02:11:39 PM
Do you agree BB is the best show ever?
http://www.forbes.com/sites/allenstjohn/2013/09/16/why-breaking-bad-is-the-best-show-ever-and-why-that-matters/2/


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 17, 2013, 02:20:21 PM
I think he cares more about Walt. Jr.  Junior looked up to Hank and he wanted Jr. to have a male role model in his life, even after death.  I did find it a little odd that Walt would give up his money so easily.  I guess a week earlier Jesse was saying how much walt loved money more than anything and then they wanted to prove that he valued family more.  In the end Family is what Walt truly cares about.

Jesse missed the point entirely.  Walt knew he was going to die so money had very little long term value for him other than what it could provide his family after he died. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rudee on September 17, 2013, 02:44:19 PM
We're going to see Walt rock n roll with the M60 next episode.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 17, 2013, 02:47:39 PM
Do you agree BB is the best show ever?
http://www.forbes.com/sites/allenstjohn/2013/09/16/why-breaking-bad-is-the-best-show-ever-and-why-that-matters/2/

The first few seasons of Sopranos opened my eyes to what TV can be like.  It took it to a whole new level.  The show lost its mojo near the end but it broke new ground.  BB is great, but not Sopranos great.  Game of Thrones is also better, it is like watching a movie each week. Some of the most brilliant acting ever for any show on TV.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 17, 2013, 02:56:16 PM
Good info here.  This last episode was called "Ozymandias" that is a poem written by Percy Shelley about the downfall of kings -- how all people in power will eventually lose that power.

I met a traveller from an antique land
 Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
 Stand in the desert. Near them, on the sand,
 Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown,
 And wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command,
 Tell that its sculptor well those passions read
 Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things,
 The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed:
 And on the pedestal these words appear:
 "My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
 Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"
 Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
 Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
 The lone and level sands stretch far away.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: WalterWhite on September 17, 2013, 03:15:08 PM
The first few seasons of Sopranos opened my eyes to what TV can be like.  It took it to a whole new level.  The show lost its mojo near the end but it broke new ground.  BB is great, but not Sopranos great.  Game of Thrones is also better, it is like watching a movie each week. Some of the most brilliant acting ever for any show on TV.

I will have to catch up on Game of Thrones because I have never heard of it.  BB just caught me in a way the Sopranos never did and I think the plot played a large roll.  I loved the Sopranos but the emotions this show pulls from me are like no other.  I have complained about some of the slower episodes this season but it's more than made up for them.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 17, 2013, 03:19:18 PM
I will have to catch up on Game of Thrones because I have never heard of it.  BB just caught me in a way the Sopranos never did and I think the plot played a large roll.  I loved the Sopranos but the emotions this show pulls from me are like no other.  I have complained about some of the slower episodes this season but it's more than made up for them.

Yeah, Sopranos had way too many dog shit episodes.  Amazing with such great actors the writers gave them shit to read.  Janice was the worst casting ever.

even a bad episode of BB is the best.  I reached my best shape in years a couple years back when I would do cardio and watch episodes of BB.  45 minutes just flew by and I didn't even realize how fast or tired I was getting.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: WalterWhite on September 17, 2013, 03:25:13 PM
Yeah, Sopranos had way too many dog shit episodes.  Amazing with such great actors the writers gave them shit to read.  Janice was the worst casting ever.

even a bad episode of BB is the best.  I reached my best shape in years a couple years back when I would do cardio and watch episodes of BB.  45 minutes just flew by and I didn't even realize how fast or tired I was getting.

Haha I watched all the back episodes with my gf leading into the season. Def missed or forgot a great deal!  People who have never watched are in for a treat and marathons are fun!

I agree about Janice!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Tapeworm on September 17, 2013, 07:52:21 PM
he sat and broke bread with Hank for at least a decade.  They're family.  He knows hank will take care of skyler and kids long after the cancer gets him.

He wanted hank to live.  if not, he would have eliminated Hank the moment he discovered he was heisenberg.  he just wanted him to back off til he died.  

It makes ya realize... sometimes you just have to not mess with a situation.  Was hank "right"?  Sure.  But it's not always how the world works.  Just let heisenberg get away with it, keep his money, share his $, and the family is set.  Now, thanks to hank and his lust for "i can be the guy that brought down heisenberg", he got shot.  

Of course, that woudln't be interesting TV.  If hank hadn't dropped a deuce at the end of last season, there would be nothing to watch now.  Relaxing by the pool for a year.


Bah, bread schmead.  They overlay his decisions with a lot of emotional distraction for us (and for himself) but every action he has ever taken has finally been based on practical necessity.  That's what makes him so wonderfully rotten.  He undertakes all this ruthless shit and then excuses himself from it by the simple act of removing The Black Hat, as if Heisenberg isn't really part of him.  

He had the same look of regret he had when he realized there was a perfect time for him to die.  There was a perfect time to kill Hank and Jesse but it was too confronting.  His unwillingness to accept Heisenberg as a real part of himself led to a circumstance where it became too late for Hank to die without everything unravelling.  So Heisenberg failed to do what was needed and White doesn't get to pretend purity anymore, and the make believe distinction between the two has painfully dissolved.  

One of Whitman's famous lines is "I contain multitudes.  I contradict myself."  Don't we all.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Palpatine Q on September 17, 2013, 07:56:45 PM
Meh.  Gave it a shot... watched 5 episodes. Bunch of pasty  bald guys that all think they are so badass....I can see how weak peopke would like it.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: f450 on September 17, 2013, 09:29:22 PM
The first few seasons of Sopranos opened my eyes to what TV can be like.  It took it to a whole new level.  The show lost its mojo near the end but it broke new ground.  BB is great, but not Sopranos great.  Game of Thrones is also better, it is like watching a movie each week. Some of the most brilliant acting ever for any show on TV.

Game of thrones is not eligible as its not an original TV production. The source material for Game of thrones is simply one of the best fantasy series ever written... its impossible to fuck up because George RR martin is such a fucking brilliant writer.

Compare Breaking Bad to The Sopranos, The wire, The shield.... etc


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 17, 2013, 09:59:49 PM
The opening scene was designed to remind the audience of Jesses stupidity and tendency to be his own worst enemy.  If Jesse had just listened to Walt and kept his mouth shut, Hank would be alive and they would both be millionaires. 

I tend to agree to some extent. That last episode of Breaking Bad obviously showed that Jesse in a way led to Hank's death. But if we dig deeper into this, Walt chose Jesse as his partner to begin with, so maybe the real culprit behind Hank's death is Walt? (since he originally chose to team up with Jesse)


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 17, 2013, 10:07:26 PM
walt appealed to hank's fmaily side - said he was dying, just leave it alone.

hank continued his pursuit out of vanity, "I could be the guy that brought him down" = all about his career.

walt appealed to hank's career side - said he would blame him for everything.  Hank, take the out, man!

Hank continued, breaking DEA rules and keeping jesse out of the system and working 'off the books', hence he and gomey being the only 2 agents on the scene to bring down a dangerous drug kingpin.  They could have been walking into walt with the M60 for all they knew. 

Hank was terribly irresponsible to handle things like that.  Would Todd's gang have come in with machine guns, with 30 DEA agents on the scene?  Ah, nope!  They would have turned the heck around.  We saw Hank, in episode 1, using 20 guys to knock down 2 shitty home meth dealers... yet 2 of them are enough to control Jesse while bringing down the most dangerous man they'll ever face?  They were irresponsible, that is what got Hank killed.  Nothing else.  Gomey would have been fine leading 50 agents to bring in Walt without any trouble.  No, Hank had to be THE MAN... "I could be the man that bring him down!".    He had jesse's statement.  Gomey should have brought in the troops and sent hank home to relax.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
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Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 18, 2013, 03:33:51 AM
walt appealed to hank's fmaily side - said he was dying, just leave it alone.

hank continued his pursuit out of vanity, "I could be the guy that brought him down" = all about his career.

walt appealed to hank's career side - said he would blame him for everything.  Hank, take the out, man!

Hank continued, breaking DEA rules and keeping jesse out of the system and working 'off the books', hence he and gomey being the only 2 agents on the scene to bring down a dangerous drug kingpin.  They could have been walking into walt with the M60 for all they knew. 

Hank was terribly irresponsible to handle things like that.  Would Todd's gang have come in with machine guns, with 30 DEA agents on the scene?  Ah, nope!  They would have turned the heck around.  We saw Hank, in episode 1, using 20 guys to knock down 2 shitty home meth dealers... yet 2 of them are enough to control Jesse while bringing down the most dangerous man they'll ever face?  They were irresponsible, that is what got Hank killed.  Nothing else.  Gomey would have been fine leading 50 agents to bring in Walt without any trouble.  No, Hank had to be THE MAN... "I could be the man that bring him down!".    He had jesse's statement.  Gomey should have brought in the troops and sent hank home to relax.


Good post.  I agree. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: andreisdaman on September 18, 2013, 04:00:32 AM
Awesome show...but I think Walt realizes in the end that he corrupted Jessie and will feel responsible for him thus saving him and telling him to reform and go back to his family......Walt will die but the final shot will be of Jesse going home to his mother and father and being accepted back thus giving him his shot at redemption....Jesse's year of servitude and torture was his comeuppance for all the shit he did...but he will come out of it okay....may even visit Walt's grave in the end.....


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Grape Ape on September 18, 2013, 04:06:53 AM
Awesome show...but I think Walt realizes in the end that he corrupted Jessie and will feel responsible for him thus saving him and telling him to reform and go back to his family......Walt will die but the final shot will be of Jesse going home to his mother and father and being accepted back thus giving him his shot at redemption....Jesse's year of servitude and torture was his comeuppance for all the shit he did...but he will come out of it okay....may even visit Walt's grave in the end.....

I think the Walt saving Jesse angle ended last week when he ordered his execution right there.

I just think it's boiling down to who kills Walt after he destroys the Nazis - Jesse / Skylar or Walter Junior.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: andreisdaman on September 18, 2013, 04:08:07 AM
I tend to agree to some extent. That last episode of Breaking Bad obviously showed that Jesse in a way led to Hank's death. But if we dig deeper into this, Walt chose Jesse as his partner to begin with, so maybe the real culprit behind Hank's death is Walt? (since he originally chose to team up with Jesse)

Actually Hank broke bad as well..just not in a criminal way....Hank became so obsessed with Walt that he was actually willing to sacrifice Jesse...he didn't care.....he said so when Gomez confronted him with it.....so yes Walt caused Hank's death but Hank used Jesse to snare Walt, was willing to sacrifice him (look how he had Jesse go and meet Walt even though he knew Walt wanted to kill Jesse) and Hank got caught in his own trap....

I thought it was really poignant when as Hank lay on the ground he looked at Walt and said "you're the smartest guy I know yet you're too stupid to see that he made up his mind to kill me 10 minutes ago"....to me that showed that Hank always had respect for Walt as a brilliant teacher, chemist, and ..begrudgingly, as a criminal mastermind who could get away with all the things he had gotten away with right under his nose...


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: andreisdaman on September 18, 2013, 04:14:49 AM
I tend to agree to some extent. That last episode of Breaking Bad obviously showed that Jesse in a way led to Hank's death. But if we dig deeper into this, Walt chose Jesse as his partner to begin with, so maybe the real culprit behind Hank's death is Walt? (since he originally chose to team up with Jesse)

I think the opening scene was actually meant to show a contrast of how relatively innocent they both were when they began to cook meth before they were totally corrupted by the drug business.....we see Jesse is still just a crazy hapless kid and that Walt is a bumbling desperate family man in his underwear who is like a surrogate father to Jesse....Walt and Jesse at that time just wanted to make a few bucks and get out......they didn't want to hurt anyone and become drug kingpins...it just all spun out of control...

the contrast of the opening scene and whats going on now is meant to say... WE GOT INTO THIS FOR SOMEWHAT ALTRUISTIC REASONS......HOW DID IT ALL COME TO THIS?????


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 18, 2013, 04:21:37 AM
walt appealed to hank's fmaily side - said he was dying, just leave it alone.

hank continued his pursuit out of vanity, "I could be the guy that brought him down" = all about his career.

walt appealed to hank's career side - said he would blame him for everything.  Hank, take the out, man!

Hank continued, breaking DEA rules and keeping jesse out of the system and working 'off the books', hence he and gomey being the only 2 agents on the scene to bring down a dangerous drug kingpin.  They could have been walking into walt with the M60 for all they knew. 

Hank was terribly irresponsible to handle things like that.  Would Todd's gang have come in with machine guns, with 30 DEA agents on the scene?  Ah, nope!  They would have turned the heck around.  We saw Hank, in episode 1, using 20 guys to knock down 2 shitty home meth dealers... yet 2 of them are enough to control Jesse while bringing down the most dangerous man they'll ever face?  They were irresponsible, that is what got Hank killed.  Nothing else.  Gomey would have been fine leading 50 agents to bring in Walt without any trouble.  No, Hank had to be THE MAN... "I could be the man that bring him down!".    He had jesse's statement.  Gomey should have brought in the troops and sent hank home to relax.

That's a great exposition, but you have to take into account Hank's words from a previous episode. Something to the effect that he was totally embarrassed that a major meth manufacturer was his own brother-in-law and that the DEA was going to force him out immediately.

I think Hank was trying to salvage what was left of his reputation, and he could only do that if he brought Walt in.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 18, 2013, 04:29:52 AM
walt appealed to hank's fmaily side - said he was dying, just leave it alone.

hank continued his pursuit out of vanity, "I could be the guy that brought him down" = all about his career.

walt appealed to hank's career side - said he would blame him for everything.  Hank, take the out, man!

Hank continued, breaking DEA rules and keeping jesse out of the system and working 'off the books', hence he and gomey being the only 2 agents on the scene to bring down a dangerous drug kingpin.  They could have been walking into walt with the M60 for all they knew. 

Hank was terribly irresponsible to handle things like that.  Would Todd's gang have come in with machine guns, with 30 DEA agents on the scene?  Ah, nope!  They would have turned the heck around.  We saw Hank, in episode 1, using 20 guys to knock down 2 shitty home meth dealers... yet 2 of them are enough to control Jesse while bringing down the most dangerous man they'll ever face?  They were irresponsible, that is what got Hank killed.  Nothing else.  Gomey would have been fine leading 50 agents to bring in Walt without any trouble.  No, Hank had to be THE MAN... "I could be the man that bring him down!".    He had jesse's statement.  Gomey should have brought in the troops and sent hank home to relax.

And to top it off, Walt was ready to give up ALL the money he made just to save Hanks's life, but now its gone, all for nothing!

I was happy to see Hank die with dignity though!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 18, 2013, 04:34:04 AM
That's a great exposition, but you have to take into account Hank's words from a previous episode. Something to the effect that he was totally embarrassed that a major meth manufacturer was his own brother-in-law and that the DEA was going to force him out immediately.

I think Hank was trying to salvage what was left of his reputation, and he could only do that if he brought Walt in.

Very true.  Hanks pride was a part of his undoing.   He felt betrayed and humiliated by Walt and took the situation very personally.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 18, 2013, 05:53:28 AM
I think the opening scene was actually meant to show a contrast of how relatively innocent they both were when they began to cook meth before they were totally corrupted by the drug business.....we see Jesse is still just a crazy hapless kid and that Walt is a bumbling desperate family man in his underwear who is like a surrogate father to Jesse....Walt and Jesse at that time just wanted to make a few bucks and get out......they didn't want to hurt anyone and become drug kingpins...it just all spun out of control...

the contrast of the opening scene and whats going on now is meant to say... WE GOT INTO THIS FOR SOMEWHAT ALTRUISTIC REASONS......HOW DID IT ALL COME TO THIS?????
The opening scene correlates with the ending scene where Walt was practicing his speech to Skylar.  He barely ever told her the truth the rest of the way and the speech at the end where he exonerates her shows him lying at his best.  The first speech was picking up pizza, very humble, to how in the end, she's a bitch who didn't understand the empire he built.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 18, 2013, 07:13:19 AM
That's a great exposition, but you have to take into account Hank's words from a previous episode. Something to the effect that he was totally embarrassed that a major meth manufacturer was his own brother-in-law and that the DEA was going to force him out immediately.

I think Hank was trying to salvage what was left of his reputation, and he could only do that if he brought Walt in.

in that case... Gomey was nuts to go along with it. 

"So, um, Hank... you want me to tag along with you and an angry meth dealer who killed someone (Jesse) on a secret mission to the middle of the desert to trap an angry/scared/desperate man with month to live, millions of dollars to his disposal, and a rap sheet of dozens of murders...

You wanna maybe bring along someone else?  Or you think the 2 of us got this, Hank?  I bet the last thing Gomey thought, as the bullets started flying, was "Why did I let Hank talk me into this..."


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Tito24 on September 18, 2013, 07:23:31 AM
all nice and well these tv series but it looks like that when people finished working all they do is hang before the tv, quite miserable


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: andreisdaman on September 18, 2013, 07:24:21 AM
all nice and well these tv series but it looks like that when people finished working all they do is hang before the tv, quite miserable

I do that because after fucking your mother, I'm tired


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 18, 2013, 07:28:14 AM
I think the opening scene is a parallel one to the last episode when Hank tells Marie he loves her,and never see`s her again.In this one Walt tells Skyler he loves her (last thing he says) then he fades away.
Also just read somewhere that the scene in the fire station when he drops the baby off,the guys are playing chess and the pieces are set up so that the white king is cornered but not check mated.I don`t play chess so i don`t know how true this is.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Tito24 on September 18, 2013, 07:28:41 AM
my mom died this week


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: andreisdaman on September 18, 2013, 08:08:51 AM
my mom died this week

I didn't notice


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 18, 2013, 09:15:32 AM
Do you agree BB is the best show ever?
http://www.forbes.com/sites/allenstjohn/2013/09/16/why-breaking-bad-is-the-best-show-ever-and-why-that-matters/2/

it is up there alright


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: thebrink on September 18, 2013, 04:49:59 PM
Meh.  Gave it a shot... watched 5 episodes. Bunch of pasty  bald guys that all think they are so badass....I can see how weak peopke would like it.

I thought the same thing when it came out and didnt watch, then got hooked after a couple episodes.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 18, 2013, 10:56:59 PM
Do you agree BB is the best show ever?
http://www.forbes.com/sites/allenstjohn/2013/09/16/why-breaking-bad-is-the-best-show-ever-and-why-that-matters/2/

No it's not. The characters are not entirely believable. A few of the actors are not particularly skilled (Skyler, Walt Jr). The family scenes have been a bit cliche in the past.

It rises head and shoulders above the rest but not it's the best series ever. The Sopranos and the Wire are the best, imo.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 19, 2013, 06:54:10 AM
No it's not. The characters are not entirely believable. A few of the actors are not particularly skilled (Skyler, Walt Jr). The family scenes have been a bit cliche in the past.

It rises head and shoulders above the rest but not it's the best series ever. The Sopranos and the Wire are the best, imo.

The realistic element is not there at all.  But it is very entertaining.  No man is as unlucky/lucky as Walt.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 20, 2013, 08:08:57 AM
According to this (http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/news/breaking-bad-final-episodes-will-be-extra-long-20130918), the final two episodes will be 75 minutes each!

 :o :o


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 20, 2013, 09:26:17 AM
According to this (http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/news/breaking-bad-final-episodes-will-be-extra-long-20130918), the final two episodes will be 75 minutes each!

 :o :o

Beat me to it,just gonna post the same thing.Have you seen this page,and whats your thoughts.Some people REALLY study breaking bad episodes.
http://www.buzzfeed.com/robinedds/breaking-bad-easter-eggs-that-will-blow-your-mind


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 20, 2013, 09:32:28 AM
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Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Grape Ape on September 20, 2013, 09:47:20 AM
This article is excellent.

http://www.slashfilm.com/10-things-we-learned-from-breaking-bad-s5e13-ozymandias/


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 20, 2013, 09:58:52 AM
Walt is wearing JESSE'S jacket when he returns home in the clip we've seen from the future.  

Jesse is dead at that point.  Walt has already shot it out with Todd's gang using the M60.  He won that battle somehow, and as Walt always takes on things from those he kills, there is no other reason for him to be wearing that unique jacket of Jesse's.  

So now we know, when Walt enters wherever the gang is with a machine gun, he won't die there.  He'll have to end it with the Ricin... who, Lydia?  Himself along with someone else?  Makes sense that he'd hide in the next episode (in NH, the granite state?) then return in the final episode.

Start it out with a big gun battle.  Middle, he goes and gets the ricin.  Then he meets, poisons himself and lydia or whoever...

Then he finds his family, curls up with them by the sunset with a fire burning someplace nearby, and expires with a smile on his face and $8 mil cash for Skyler to use.  he will have to make peace with his family, his fate already sealed from the ricin he had to ingest to prove to his final showdown person that he wasn't poisoning them.  Same way gus had to drink the tequila first whne he poisoned them.

Jesse won't make it - walt is wearing his coat.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 20, 2013, 10:07:40 AM
but what about the number 8 on that list i posted,with Walts new surname being the same as Skylers maiden name,does that mean she`s dead.I`m thinking Jesse escapes and comes back and kills skyler (because he knows walt watched jane die),then saul phones walt to let him know,he comes back and kills jesse and the ricin is for himself.Instead of waiting for the cancer to kill him,end it quick.Walt jr looks after holly and walt leaves saul with a safe deposit box with 8 million in it (the way that mike was doing for his grand daughter) for walt jr and holly.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 20, 2013, 10:17:05 AM
i dont think walt would have cleared skyler on the phone, if she was gonna die anyway.  I think she has to be there for Holly.  As much as I hate skyler, i really do, i think it'd be tragic for her to die at the end of the series.  Walt did ALL of this for her and the kids.  she broke bad, but in the end, she chose hank over walt.

hank - he wanted to be praised "I can be the guy that brought him down!" = his fatal flaw.  hubris.
walt - doomed to pay for his deeds
jesse - kinda deserves the tortured state he is in now.  He should die tho, he did a lot of bad.
todd's crew - they all have to die.
lydia - probably so much of a loose end that she will have to die after threatening walt's family maybe?

it will be fascinating to see how walt outwits todd's crew... i mean, he could just steal the ricin and poison their food, it could be that simple lol.  Maybe he just leaves the machine gun and out-thinks them.

So hard to predict the ending.  Most shows, the finale is just cleanup and loose ends.  This show, you could pack a full season into what will happen in the next 2 shows.  Walt's travels, that whole last year, the tood gang/czech drama, etc.  This show could just keep going.

Keeping lydia alive - and maybe todd too, they did make him a sympathetic character - for the Saul show maybe?  :)


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 20, 2013, 10:43:41 AM
The ricin is for Lydia


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 20, 2013, 11:19:25 AM
Beat me to it,just gonna post the same thing.Have you seen this page,and whats your thoughts.Some people REALLY study breaking bad episodes.
http://www.buzzfeed.com/robinedds/breaking-bad-easter-eggs-that-will-blow-your-mind

The person who put that together was seriously grasping at straws making shit up.  Using the tip of an exhaust as a figure 8 meaning infinity?  Really?  Come on man.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 20, 2013, 11:27:21 AM
Beat me to it,just gonna post the same thing.Have you seen this page,and whats your thoughts.Some people REALLY study breaking bad episodes.
http://www.buzzfeed.com/robinedds/breaking-bad-easter-eggs-that-will-blow-your-mind

I don't really analyse the show that much- some of the references I knew as soon as I saw them (Walt cutting off the crusts, The Godfather stuff, etc). However, some of them could be done to directing style (for example, the angles). Others, like Walt wearing that jacket could be coincidences. Maybe the production designer was looking for a rough looking jacket and they still had that one in the wardrobe ???

This show has gotten to peoples' heads  :D


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 20, 2013, 11:29:50 AM
The ricin is for Lydia

Lydia = most ridiculous, unrealistic character in the show. She looks like she will fall apart on any minute. A middle-woman for an international drug cartel.

Please  ::)


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 20, 2013, 11:33:54 AM
Best show i've seen in ages, liked this one more than Sopranos etc

My favorite TV-show in the 80s was Dallas (with JR Ewing et al) :D
(http://bitcast-a-sm.bitgravity.com/slashfilm/wp/wp-content/images/Screen-Shot-2013-09-15-at-10.48.53-PM.png)

Looking forward to Heisenbergs
(you know he will be going Heisenberg on their asses instead of the timid but calculating Walt-style)
shootout with M60 against Todd's Crew


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 20, 2013, 11:35:05 AM
Best show i've seen in ages, liked this one more than Sopranos etc

My favorite TV-show in the 80s was Dallas (with JR Ewing et al) :D
(http://bitcast-a-sm.bitgravity.com/slashfilm/wp/wp-content/images/Screen-Shot-2013-09-15-at-10.48.53-PM.png)

Shit, Skyler used to look normal.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 20, 2013, 11:47:17 AM
Lydia = most ridiculous, unrealistic character in the show. She looks like she will fall apart on any minute. A middle-woman for an international drug cartel.

Please  ::)

The most random was how they needed methylamine and she just happened to know about a train carrying some through the desert.  Fuck man, 99.99999% of people think methylamine is that shit you rub on your chest when you get a cold.  As if she would know what it was and how to get it so easily.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: thebrink on September 20, 2013, 08:04:01 PM
Lydia = most ridiculous, unrealistic character in the show. She looks like she will fall apart on any minute. A middle-woman for an international drug cartel.

Please  ::)

this.

and she's a horrible actor at that.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 20, 2013, 08:07:24 PM
to enjoy the show, you really have to suspend belief on a lot of common sense things.  no way a chemistry teacher has this much adventure in ONE YEAR lol.

No way Aaron Paul gains 40 pounds of fat and goes bald in ONE YEAR. 

No way Walt Jr looks like a 30 year old in ONE YEAR. 

Looking back at season 1, handjob skylar was hot.  She looks like a dolled up granny in season 5.


And hank?  Look at him before and after taking that crap.  it's like he lost 20 pounds and aged 5 years with that dump lol. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: doison on September 22, 2013, 05:33:51 PM
A lot of ground to cover in the next hour and a half...hope this episode picks up.  This could have been an episode to start a season thus far


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 22, 2013, 06:20:04 PM
wow.   not as action packed as last week, but they did a lot of big things this week.

I'd call it realistic.  jesse's chick executed.  walt was free but literal cabin fever got the best of him.  Kid too stupid to look past rage for the $100 grand.  skyler broke and struggling.

I still think there' s happy ending... she gets the money. walt is redeemed somehow.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 22, 2013, 06:43:56 PM
Hank with hair (Cranstons hair)

(http://imageshack.us/a/img405/9403/au07.jpg)


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jude2 on September 22, 2013, 07:18:50 PM
WW is going to go wild next week.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Rudee on September 22, 2013, 08:00:21 PM
Bryan Cranston's was overacting this episode bigtime.   Episode was too rushed.   One of the least entertaining episodes in a while.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 22, 2013, 08:03:55 PM
Episode was "meh".

Not as action packed but some really heart breaking scenes in tonight's episode:

Jessie watching his girl get shot in the back of the head

Walt getting his chemo and paying the man to stay with him an hour

Walt Jr. Freaking out on his dad on the phone


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 22, 2013, 09:39:30 PM
maybe andrea getting shot is the catalyst for Walt to investigate, run into lydia, find out pinkman is back (Remember - Todd told her!)

Then walt, very angry that jesse wasn't killed, goes back to FINISH HIM OFF! 

The fight ensues when Todd insists on keeping Jesse alive to cook.  Walt is wearing Jesse's jacket when he returns to his house for ricin - wearing a TROPHY, jesse's coat.

Maybe it's not about rescuing him.  WHy else would todd tell lydia Pinkman was back?  Walt will find out when he returns to town. 

MAYBE walt redeems himself to brock, by saving him, as he kills all the bad guys who promised to return to hurt brock.  There is no way a show this brilliant has a letdown finale.  It HAS to be awesome.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jwb on September 22, 2013, 11:19:43 PM
The ricin is for his ex partners in grey matter via the mail... Fuck em.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 23, 2013, 04:16:54 AM
It was obvious a couple of episode ago that Todd has a thing for Lydia,and i can see her talking him into offing Skyler.Thought it was absolute genius to bring back his partners in Greymatter,and i can see the ricin being for them.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 23, 2013, 06:23:50 AM
It was funny when Saul commented on the vacuum cleaner actually selling vacuums.  Walt was ready to give in until he saw his old partners who fucked him over and sort of forced him to break bad in the first place.  Lots of loose ends to tie up in the last episode.  Why did they feel compelled to squish it all into 8 episodes and not do 12?  That's another story.

Todd is one cold SOB.  His little smirk while watching Jesse's confession.  lol. He kind of enjoyed being called a psycho.  I don't see how Walt can attack Jack and crew and survive though.  Those guys have a mini militia, unless somehow the Czechs come into play and end up being there and they wipe each other out with Walt standing alone driving off in his van with $80 million in cash and jesse tied up in the back.  There's so many ways this can end, the writers did a great job not making it obvious.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Ronnie Rep on September 23, 2013, 06:37:24 AM
Bryan Cranston got screwed on the Emmys! Should have won! Fuck Jeff Daniels!


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Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 23, 2013, 06:38:33 AM
Bryan Cranston got screwed on the Emmys! Should have won! Fuck Jeff Daniels!

He'll get it next year.  The voters knew it was only a 1/2 season so they'll give it to him next year since the show will be done.


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Post by: hrspwr1 on September 23, 2013, 07:04:33 AM
Walt knew the vacuum guy was never going to give that barrel of cash to his family and figured it was time to go.
 Todd is something else, he wants Lydia, maybe she winds up in Jessies cell. I don`t think uncle Jack would give a shit if she was chained up in hole.
Pinkman had the chance to walk away clean and now because of his actions the bodies are piling up.
I think the ricin is for the greymatter people as well, good spin on that.


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Post by: Archer77 on September 23, 2013, 07:07:59 AM
Walt knew the vacuum guy was never going to give that barrel of cash to his family and figured it was time to go.
 Todd is something else, he wants Lydia, maybe she winds up in Jessies cell. I don`t think uncle Jack would give a shit if she was chained up in hole.
Pinkman had the chance to walk away clean and now because of his actions the bodies are piling up.
I think the ricin is for the greymatter people as well, good spin on that.

Pinkman chose to back the wrong horse and now he's paying for it.  Did he really expect these kinds of guys to let him getaway without consequences.  I hope he does exact revenge on the Grey Matter guys. 


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Post by: hrspwr1 on September 23, 2013, 07:11:36 AM
Pinkman is a bitch, he likes to point fingers at WW but never wants to accept how many corpses are his.

 I did like the nod to Steven Colbert with the ice cream.


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Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 23, 2013, 07:39:08 AM
Pinkman chose to back the wrong horse and now he's paying for it.  Did he really expect these kinds of guys to let him getaway without consequences.  I hope he does exact revenge on the Grey Matter guys. 

Pinkman should have known all along that Hank was a POS and why all of a sudden did he trust him?  he should of known it wouldn't end well. Walt gave him his way out and he decided to not take it.  Too bad for him.  I can see this happening.  Walt shows up at the compound ready to fight, the Nazis come out, then Lydia pulls up, Todd asks them to wait and not shoot, then the Czechs show up, a huge shootout ensues, everyone gets killed, Walt is injured, Jesse is the only one alive and he delivers the ricin or a bullet to end Walt and leaves.


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Post by: f450 on September 23, 2013, 07:45:21 AM
Pinkman deserves all the pain he's getting aand more... He is the reason for a lot of the bad shit that has gone down... He never had the stomach or the heart for this shit. Walt should have had him killed first. He's such a pussy. I hate the guy..........yes I know its all make believe  :D


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Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 23, 2013, 07:57:35 AM
The final episode is called Felina.  Felina is mentioned in a song from Marty Robbins called "El Paso"  Here are the final verses.  Kind of makes you think this is how it ends.

Felina is strong and I rise where I've fallen,
 Though I am weary I can't stop to rest.
 I see the white puff of smoke from the rifle.
 I feel the bullet go deep in my chest.

From out of nowhere Felina has found me,
 Kissing my cheek as she kneels by my side.
 Cradled by two loving arms that I'll die for,
 One little kiss and Felina, good-bye.



I think Felina is Gretchen, who Walt has always loved, his one true love.


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Post by: andreisdaman on September 23, 2013, 10:05:13 AM
The ricin is for his ex partners in grey matter via the mail... Fuck em.

I like this!


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Post by: Raymondo on September 23, 2013, 10:50:32 AM
I just started watching Granite Slate. I can already tell it will be good because that guy from Jackie Brown showed up.

I loved Jackie Brown.


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Post by: jwb on September 23, 2013, 11:26:55 AM
Funny how the house was just trashed by kids and we thought it was a huge plot point as to who did it.

Jesse has to now have his shot at killing Todd especially after Andrea is now dead. A bucket of money has to go to her kid.


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 23, 2013, 11:32:26 AM
I just started watching Granite Slate. I can already tell it will be good because that guy from Jackie Brown showed up.

I loved Jackie Brown.

MAX CHERRY!!!


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Post by: Raymondo on September 23, 2013, 11:47:46 AM
MAX CHERRY!!!

The guy that doesn't wash his hands after using the loo  ;D


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Post by: Raymondo on September 23, 2013, 12:06:03 PM
Brilliant episode. Very well written. The ending was genius I think.


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 23, 2013, 12:11:07 PM
Brilliant episode. Very well written. The ending was genius I think.

he was ready to turn himself in.   then those two pricks had to go on CNN, trashing him... it's all about credit for him, and them taking that away... he's gonna ruin their world.


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Post by: Raymondo on September 23, 2013, 12:23:21 PM
he was ready to turn himself in.   then those two pricks had to go on CNN, trashing him... it's all about credit for him, and them taking that away... he's gonna ruin their world.

He was ready to die, pretty much. Flynn rejected the money and told him to die. This shattered Walt's already wounded image of himself as a family man. So what's left?

His former partners reducing his contribution to the company name was the ultimate insult. It was a also a spark. In a previous episode Walt said that his ideas practically built the company. I don't think he's going to do anything to them, I think it gave him the motivation to go home and sort things out. It filled him with egomaniacal rage- filled the gap that the family man identity left. Heisenberg awoke once again although now he is a different Heisenberg, weaker and dying.

The only thing left for Walt to do now is to figure out how to find the Nazis. And how to kill them. He may not even bother giving the money to his family, since they don't want it. Walter royally fucked up their world and what good is money if one is a pariah like they are?

The only thing for Walt to do now is to figure out how Heisenberg will come out on top.


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Post by: jude2 on September 23, 2013, 06:26:24 PM
Bryan Cranston got screwed on the Emmys! Should have won! Fuck Jeff Daniels!
Agreed.


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Post by: TonyAlva on September 23, 2013, 08:32:47 PM


Jessie = last man standing


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 23, 2013, 08:46:02 PM

Jessie = last man standing

that could make sense.  Everyone is getting their 'comeuppance' in this show.  Maybe being tortured like this, is his?   At this point, he's been a meth cook slave for almost a year now.  That's brutal, living in a steel hole, etc.

Maybe he runs outta there during walt's gun battle with todd's crew...  leaving his coat, which walt finds and wears...  Then Jesse returns to be a good dad to Brock?  Some good could come of it.


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Post by: Raymondo on September 23, 2013, 11:58:59 PM
I think Walt will find the Nazis, somehow administer the ricin and kill most of them. However, there will be one or two of them that do not ingest it and Walt and Jesse will have to deal with them via other means (=M60). At which point Walt will be mortally injured and die in Jesse's hands. Jesse will take Brock and leave for parts unknown.

Not sure what will happen to the money though  :-\


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Post by: whitewidow on September 24, 2013, 12:53:02 AM
You guys want to know the ending? All I will say for now is jessie lives and adopts brock that is all I will say for now! I don't want to ruin the ending for everyone and have vince gilligan on my ass.


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 24, 2013, 02:43:40 AM
yeah - when jesse got andrea killed... I think that became a clear possibility... he ends up stepping in for Brock. 

Lydia sends todd at skyler, who barely escapes.  Walt gets a trunkful of guns, uses some wit and brains, and kills that crew.  Jesse escapes and runs to brock.  Walt finds and finishes lydia, then does something for grey matter, says goodbye to family, and checks out.  Looks like the cancer is getting him and he's enjoyed his time in the wilderness.  It's time for him to end things, its run its course.  Time to close off all the mess he has created.


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Post by: Raymondo on September 24, 2013, 02:49:18 AM
yeah - when jesse got andrea killed... I think that became a clear possibility... he ends up stepping in for Brock. 

Lydia sends todd at skyler, who barely escapes.  Walt gets a trunkful of guns, uses some wit and brains, and kills that crew.  Jesse escapes and runs to brock.  Walt finds and finishes lydia, then does something for grey matter, says goodbye to family, and checks out.  Looks like the cancer is getting him and he's enjoyed his time in the wilderness.  It's time for him to end things, its run its course.  Time to close off all the mess he has created.

I can't wait to see Todd get it. Little psycho-faced prick.


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 24, 2013, 02:54:33 AM
I can't wait to see Todd get it. Little psycho-faced prick.

Skyler doing her 'penance' now - driving a cab and being humiliated. 
Jesse doing his penance now - working for a year as a meth cook slave.

Does this mean they both live?  They've paid their dues, or however it is phrased.  Their comeuppance.  They both broke bad but grew a conscience, so they don't have to die?  However, I can't see Todd screwing up IF lydia tells him to kill skyler.  Unless Jesse overhears it, and decides to use chemistry to blow something up, to escape to warn her or something. 



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Post by: BIG ACH on September 24, 2013, 03:19:43 AM
Skyler doing her 'penance' now - driving a cab and being humiliated. 
Jesse doing his penance now - working for a year as a meth cook slave.

Does this mean they both live?  They've paid their dues, or however it is phrased.  Their comeuppance.  They both broke bad but grew a conscience, so they don't have to die?  However, I can't see Todd screwing up IF lydia tells him to kill skyler.  Unless Jesse overhears it, and decides to use chemistry to blow something up, to escape to warn her or something. 



he said Skyler did taxi dispatch, not actually driving them.


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 24, 2013, 04:53:53 AM
i read somewhere that the Grey matter people, on CNN, said that the blue was still on the streets.

AT THAT MOMENT - Walt realized that Todd's crew didn't kill jesse - they kept him to make meth.  Only he and Jesse can make the blue.

He might just be going back there to waste jesse... finish the job, etc?  Jesse got Hank killed.  Hank had ZERO evidence, walt had the upper hand with that dvd.  Walt WON, even though hank and marie knew.  THEN Jesse ruined all of that.

Maybe todd isn't the target - maybe walt is full-out bad guy now, giving up on his family and going back to waste Jesse for causing everything to unravel?


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Post by: BIG ACH on September 24, 2013, 06:36:32 AM
Man - I really can't believe its ending!!!!

My predictions:

- IF Jessie dies it won't be by Walt's hands
- Walt will get the money from Jack and the goons and find a way to get it to Skyler
- It will not be a happy ending for Walt.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HAQt2sKC_E


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Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 24, 2013, 06:47:38 AM
Remember they made a point early on in the season that says a drug dealer only grows old in jail.  they don't grow old outside.  Walt is leaning more toward getting killed than going to jail.


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Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 24, 2013, 08:42:31 AM
I think Walt will find the Nazis, somehow administer the ricin and kill most of them. However, there will be one or two of them that do not ingest it and Walt and Jesse will have to deal with them via other means (=M60). At which point Walt will be mortally injured and die in Jesse's hands. Jesse will take Brock and leave for parts unknown.

Not sure what will happen to the money though  :-\

Do you guys think Jesse will forgive Walt if he saves him from the nazis?

I also wonder if the clip with Mr. Lambert eating birthday bacon in a diner will actually be in the final episode or not.


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 24, 2013, 08:49:20 AM
i'm thinking mr lambert (walt) eats a final 52nd breakfast - 2 years to the day the show began - and then goes out to his trunk, gets the guns, stops at home, then shit gets wild.

They have had SO MANY brilliant things thus far, kept us all guessing and confused.  NOBODY has been 100% right on their predictions lol. 

They're too smart to fck up the finale.  It'll be very creative - and really sad too.  The moment we fans see Walt die, it'll be real suddenly.   The whole show has been about his struggle to keep going thru anything.  Walt dying just seems impossible.  But it has to happen.


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Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 24, 2013, 08:55:46 AM
i'm thinking mr lambert (walt) eats a final 52nd breakfast - 2 years to the day the show began - and then goes out to his trunk, gets the guns, stops at home, then shit gets wild.

They have had SO MANY brilliant things thus far, kept us all guessing and confused.  NOBODY has been 100% right on their predictions lol. 

I agree. What I love most about this is that the story is so extremely great and coherent. Walt's loneliness in the Cabin was so great!


They're too smart to fck up the finale.  It'll be very creative - and really sad too.  The moment we fans see Walt die, it'll be real suddenly.   The whole show has been about his struggle to keep going thru anything.  Walt dying just seems impossible.  But it has to happen.

Agreed. I hope Walt will kill the nazis and rescue Jesse. That is if he wants to be rescued by Walt, who he still hates for poisoning Brock and for killing Jane.


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Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 24, 2013, 08:57:23 AM
Man - I really can't believe its ending!!!!

My predictions:

- IF Jessie dies it won't be by Walt's hands
- Walt will get the money from Jack and the goons and find a way to get it to Skyler
- It will not be a happy ending for Walt.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HAQt2sKC_E

Maybe Walt joins Getbig and consults Galeniko for money laundering advice.


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 24, 2013, 09:04:40 AM
I dont understand why ANYTHING would change for walt.  He wanted Jesse dead.  He ordered it.  He was ready to watch him shot in head for getting hank killed.

Suddenly he finds out from grey matter interview that the BLUE is still on the street - he gets pissed that jesse is still breathing - and he has a purpose now.  He was ready to surrender - given up on family.  But now he has a reason - Grey matter talking shit about his contributions, and Todd didn't kill jesse as promised.

I think he's all out bad now... heisenberg playing out his final play - and he's gonna kill everyone lol.  Jesse may escape to protect brock... but the senseless REALISTIC manner that this show takes place - jesse may just be executed in his cage by hank for all we know.


That gunfight - 2 DEA vs 6 dudes with 3 autos and body armor - went EXACTLY like it would in real life.  They didn't make it hollywood, with hank diving and capping bad guys at 30 feet.  One dead, one wounded, and 6 bad guys fine.  Wounded executed in short order.  I think the finale is realistic too.  People die without it making sense.  Not everyone goes out with some glorious one liner.


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Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 24, 2013, 09:14:33 AM
What Walt really saw:


(http://www.gratisimage.dk/image-BAB9_5241C872.jpg)


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Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 24, 2013, 12:30:50 PM
Bryan Cranston got screwed on the Emmys! Should have won! Fuck Jeff Daniels!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dezuuj3fOLs


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 24, 2013, 12:35:03 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dezuuj3fOLs

bwahahahahha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: D.O.U.P on September 24, 2013, 03:19:17 PM
WALT TAKES THE RICICN, SWALLOWS IT. DIES.

Just my gut feeling.....


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Post by: BIG ACH on September 24, 2013, 04:11:34 PM

Man... it was really menacing when the full Breaking bad intro theme song started playing as Walt was sitting in the bar then as the cops arrived after he left!  That part just had me frozen!!!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jwb on September 24, 2013, 04:19:35 PM
WALT TAKES THE RICICN, SWALLOWS IT. DIES.

Just my gut feeling.....
The ricin is for either the grey matter people or Lydia if she isn't around for the shoot out.

It will come through the mail. Don't forget it takes 3 days to kill you so whoever gets it we won't se them die.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: mdn250 on September 24, 2013, 04:51:08 PM
The ricin is for either the grey matter people or Lydia if she isn't around for the shoot out.

It will come through the mail. Don't forget it takes 3 days to kill you so whoever gets it we won't se them die.

Thanks for posting that. I have no idea who its for, but I would guess Lydia.

Ricin takes awhile to kill. It can take weeks similar to Anthrax if untreated. Each person responds different to it depending on the dose of course but just in general.

Can't quite help but think the Grey Matter people were there to piss him off of course, but I believe like 240 said....his MAIN reason for going back is that they mentioned "blue" and "europe".

Hope its better than Dexters ending. Fuck man, waited forever for that day to come as its the only other TV show I liked enough to follow and look for spoilers/etc...



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Post by: andreisdaman on September 24, 2013, 05:31:30 PM
I dont understand why ANYTHING would change for walt.  He wanted Jesse dead.  He ordered it.  He was ready to watch him shot in head for getting hank killed.

Suddenly he finds out from grey matter interview that the BLUE is still on the street - he gets pissed that jesse is still breathing - and he has a purpose now.  He was ready to surrender - given up on family.  But now he has a reason - Grey matter talking shit about his contributions, and Todd didn't kill jesse as promised.

I think he's all out bad now... heisenberg playing out his final play - and he's gonna kill everyone lol.  Jesse may escape to protect brock... but the senseless REALISTIC manner that this show takes place - jesse may just be executed in his cage by hank for all we know.


That gunfight - 2 DEA vs 6 dudes with 3 autos and body armor - went EXACTLY like it would in real life.  They didn't make it hollywood, with hank diving and capping bad guys at 30 feet.  One dead, one wounded, and 6 bad guys fine.  Wounded executed in short order.  I think the finale is realistic too.  People die without it making sense.  Not everyone goes out with some glorious one liner.

I think Heisenberg awoke when he saw his former partners on TV and then the double whammy of finding out his blue meth is still going strong without him.....I think Walt realized that he had TWO empires stolen from him and he wants revenge....I really think the year away has probably softened Walt on Jessie and he wants to kill the Nazis more than Jessie...I think he realizes he corrupted Jessie..I think also Walt will make Marie take him to Skylar.....they have to see each other oce more time before Walt dies


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Post by: thebrink on September 24, 2013, 06:17:43 PM
I think Heisenberg awoke when he saw his former partners on TV and then the double whammy of finding out his blue meth is still going strong without him.....I think Walt realized that he had TWO empires stolen from him and he wants revenge....I really think the year away has probably softened Walt on Jessie and he wants to kill the Nazis more than Jessie...I think he realizes he corrupted Jessie..I think also Walt will make Marie take him to Skylar.....they have to see each other oce more time before Walt dies

good theory , this is what will happen.


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Post by: Kwon_2 on September 24, 2013, 06:29:00 PM
He's 100 % Heisenberg now!

The Finale will be Awesome!


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 24, 2013, 06:59:35 PM
I think Heisenberg awoke when he saw his former partners on TV and then the double whammy of finding out his blue meth is still going strong without him.....I think Walt realized that he had TWO empires stolen from him and he wants revenge....I really think the year away has probably softened Walt on Jessie and he wants to kill the Nazis more than Jessie...I think he realizes he corrupted Jessie..I think also Walt will make Marie take him to Skylar.....they have to see each other oce more time before Walt dies


that's a great point... He knows lydia is selling jesse's meth to europe... gotta piss him off that jesse still alive, and selling HIS product.

And Grey matter denying his influence, when it is WALTS ideas that made them billions.  

He may have given up on the family front, calling FBI to surrender... but wow, you're right heisenberg has awoken.  I don't hink he'll be much of a pu**y in this last episode.  


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Post by: Kwon_2 on September 24, 2013, 07:19:24 PM
Hopefully we will see Heisenberg go
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(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-pcvCB9jKjZ0/Tt4OfkvjU0I/AAAAAAAABJU/y27vJDgHkMw/s1600/Arnold+a+los+tiros.gif)


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Post by: 240 is Back on September 24, 2013, 07:28:29 PM
In the ultimate homage to scarface, I'm 100% sure we will see walt in this pose at some point in the finale:



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Post by: jude2 on September 24, 2013, 08:20:43 PM
Jesse and Brock story is over. I am sure someone took the kid when his mother was shot in the head.


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Post by: jwb on September 24, 2013, 08:45:55 PM
Jesse and Brock story is over. I am sure someone took the kid when his mother was shot in the head.
brock will be with his grandma but if Jesse lives he is getting a bag of money.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: andreisdaman on September 25, 2013, 04:46:54 AM

that's a great point... He knows lydia is selling jesse's meth to europe... gotta piss him off that jesse still alive, and selling HIS product.

And Grey matter denying his influence, when it is WALTS ideas that made them billions.  

He may have given up on the family front, calling FBI to surrender... but wow, you're right heisenberg has awoken.  I don't hink he'll be much of a pu**y in this last episode.  

Yeah I think Jessie survives and then gives the kid money....and then may even go home to his own parents....parents will accept him back because they will realize Jesse was corrupted by his teacher who was a trusted figure...and won't blame Jesse...Walt may confess at the end (on his deathbed or in writing or by video) and exonerate Jesse from everything....and if there is a fast forward to the future at the end, Jessie may wind up in college..turning his life around ...and visit Walt's grave...and maybe even thank Walt for saving him, giving him another chance..and ultimately forgiving him....I think that might be Walt's greatest achievement out of this whole thing....giving his former student a new chance at life...I think it would be touching to end there......I can't see Skylar and Walt jr accepting any of the money....Walt may tell them where it is but the two of them along with Hank's wife may decide to just burn it....showing that ultimately all of Walt's pursuits were for nothing because the money was never important to them anyway


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 25, 2013, 06:24:32 AM
Jesse is a piece of shit that needs to die alongside Walt


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: manuelsonn on September 25, 2013, 07:57:04 AM
Jesse is a piece of shit that needs to die alongside Walt
x2 he was a pain in the ass all series..  a cnut


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: thebrink on September 26, 2013, 06:19:30 AM
Jesse and Brock story is over. I am sure someone took the kid when his mother was shot in the head.

X2.

they were really only secondary characters and it wouldnt make sense ending the show focusing on a character (Brock) that was only on the show a few times.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 26, 2013, 06:21:25 AM
Jesse is a piece of shit that needs to die alongside Walt

I agree.  He shouldn't be allowed to get away without penalty.  His hands are as bloody as walts.  Jesse didn't care about the consequences of his drug manufacturing


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 26, 2013, 06:25:46 AM
Regardless what happens, it fucking sucks that this show is ending.  I guess they couldn't drag it on much longer but I would be content with say 5-6 more seasons  ;D


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Archer77 on September 26, 2013, 06:31:08 AM
Regardless what happens, it fucking sucks that this show is ending.  I guess they couldn't drag it on much longer but I would be content with say 5-6 more seasons  ;D

At least one involving the overseas connection.  They could have squeezed a pretty good story line out of that


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 26, 2013, 07:14:39 AM
Just seen on breaking bads facebook page that the full series marathon starts tonight at 8pm.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 26, 2013, 07:15:50 AM
https://www.facebook.com/BreakingBad


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 26, 2013, 07:32:11 AM
Bodybuilding related


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: crownshep on September 26, 2013, 07:45:45 AM
Just seen on breaking bads facebook page that the full series marathon starts tonight at 8pm.

So thats 62 hours of non stop brilliance. ;D


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Boost on September 26, 2013, 08:53:33 AM
Would love to finally see Walter Take a hit of his own Meth.

Jesse Kills Lydia in front of Todd as payback for Andrea

Badger and Skinny Pete Rescue Jesse

Walt Walks into a packed Grey Matter conference wearing a vest of explosives. He proceeds to take center stage and explains how he built the company from the ground up and now his name is tarnished. With a captive audience, and nationwide news coverage, Walt's cellphone starts to ring. He tentatively answers and the soft tone of Skyler's voice whispering "come home honey. Everything is going to be alright. Nothing can break the bond of family"

Either
Walt drops to his knees and sobs, Police sirens, etc, fade to black

Or,

Walt pulls the trigger, blowing up and entire conference hall, the camera cuts to all the familiar series faces (Jesse and the Nazis, The White family etc)at home watching the destruction live on the news,

This song playing out as the credits roll  :P

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVIRcnlRKF8



Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jude2 on September 26, 2013, 05:39:28 PM
Regardless what happens, it fucking sucks that this show is ending.  I guess they couldn't drag it on much longer but I would be content with say 5-6 more seasons  ;D
True. All great things must come to an end.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: andreisdaman on September 26, 2013, 05:44:51 PM
I agree.  He shouldn't be allowed to get away without penalty.  His hands are as bloody as walts.  Jesse didn't care about the consequences of his drug manufacturing

yes but he as just a kid barely out of high school doing small time sales with his goofy friends...they were getting high more than they were selling....it is highly unlikely Jesse would have gone on to kill people if not for Walt's influence......teachers (even former teachers who we all have great affection for) can have a big influence over us


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: andreisdaman on September 26, 2013, 05:46:15 PM
At least one involving the overseas connection.  They could have squeezed a pretty good story line out of that

agreed but the show would lose something...it was the story of one small time local man....making him into some international figure would have been too much


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: jwb on September 26, 2013, 06:10:34 PM
Be cool if Jesse gets to drive off into the sunset with the Methanmine.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 26, 2013, 06:34:07 PM
Walt JR kills Todd and Crew + The Armenian Brothers

Jesse kills Walt JR and then gets offed by Clay

Juice plants a bomb under Skylars car, offing Sky and Marie at the same time

Walt blows up Grey Matter with Gretchen

Robocop kills Walt, Unser, Lee Toric and Jax while Tara and Ally Lowen have lesbian sex

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LYgu7xocD4

Andrea returns as a Walker


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: BIG ACH on September 26, 2013, 08:47:57 PM
 ;D

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Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 26, 2013, 09:13:25 PM
i'm loving this marathon on AMC...   It's so cool seeing Mike in his prime!

Also interesting... Seeing the episode where Hank is at the airport to take another job... turns around just to come back because someone was arrested with some Blue meth.

So many times, he could have just shrugged off heisenberg when everyone else did... and he woudl have lived.

Walt, when he was OUT of the meth business... he looks at jesse's cook, and returns only because he was so unsatisfied with the product.  His PRIDE.  Hank's PRIDE.  It's both of their downfall. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Raymondo on September 26, 2013, 11:08:48 PM
i'm loving this marathon on AMC...   It's so cool seeing Mike in his prime!

Also interesting... Seeing the episode where Hank is at the airport to take another job... turns around just to come back because someone was arrested with some Blue meth.

So many times, he could have just shrugged off heisenberg when everyone else did... and he woudl have lived.

Walt, when he was OUT of the meth business... he looks at jesse's cook, and returns only because he was so unsatisfied with the product.  His PRIDE.  Hank's PRIDE.  It's both of their downfall. 

Mike was probably the most realistic character in the show. I was disappointed when they killed him off.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 26, 2013, 11:10:47 PM
Taylor, when he was OUT of the deep-tissue massage business... he looks at jesse's cock, and returns only because he was so unsatisfied with the product. 


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: thebrink on September 27, 2013, 05:48:04 AM
Mike was probably the most realistic character in the show. I was disappointed when they killed him off.

definitely.

a pretty scary individual and I was disappointed when walt off'd him.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 27, 2013, 06:35:33 AM
Hopefully we will see Heisenberg go
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he had a huge machine gun in the trunk of his car in the earlier flash forward to the future of Walt / Mr. Lambert. And I agree.. let's hope he kills a lot of motherfuckers in the finale.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 27, 2013, 09:49:56 AM
he had a huge machine gun in the trunk of his car in the earlier flash forward to the future of Walt / Mr. Lambert. And I agree.. let's hope he kills a lot of motherfuckers in the finale.

Maybe the gun is not for him?  Walt can barely handle a pistol.  he holds it like it is 1000 degrees hot.  I doubt he can handle that automatic rifle.  Maybe get got it for someone else to use?


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 27, 2013, 10:51:52 AM
Maybe the gun is not for him?  Walt can barely handle a pistol.  he holds it like it is 1000 degrees hot.  I doubt he can handle that automatic rifle.  Maybe get got it for someone else to use?

he's a scientist.  my bet is that he'd mount it, call todd up, and tell him something to get them all to climb in the trucks.  then walt could light up the vehicles from the prone position as they came out.  of course, todd and his uncle would be the only wounded ones... walt could then shoot them up close after saying "this is for asac schrader..."


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: kapetsonis on September 27, 2013, 11:11:58 AM
Lydia is ruthless. She has the great information that 92% pure meth is obtainable through the only one besides Heisenberg: Pinkman..
Pinkman is an asset for Lydia.. Pinkman must be hers and so the pure meth, the ticket to millions..
Lydia will be the one who erases Jack, Todd and the rest of the gang..
Walt was at the his finale at this very moment at the bar drinking his scotch..
Everything that ever mattered was blown away..
Everything was a thin smoke..
His love and devotion to his family never had a responce..
Wife and kid turned him down at the critical point..
All the efforts he ever done were pointless and useless..
Hank could do the blind eye and no.. he didnt..
Jesse was a traitor to their partnership too..
Others make million at his expertise (Lydia, Jack, and co)..
and then the final nail to the coffin comes at this Charlie Rose interview..
Heisenberg is famous and yet his former partner at grey matter and his ex-love dumb him down and bury him as useless, bury him..
He dies but before that he will settle things down..
The importand is for all the world to know the truth..
about Grey Matter, about Hank (who did illegal investigation so he was killed not in service duty), about Lydia and Jack (who are flooding the world with Heisenenberg's meth with Pinkman as a cook)..
and Skyler must get her lesson for not supporting and trusting her husband..
Possibly with a surpicing exclusive Heisenberg interview to Charlie Rose?
This way Lydia will be arrested (after she has terminated Jack and co) and Pinkman will be rescued..
Pinkman will testify what really happenned at the desert..
The mystery is where the ricin is going to be used and to whom..


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 27, 2013, 11:28:39 AM
Lydia is ruthless. She has the great information that 92% pure meth is obtainable through the only one besides Heisenberg: Pinkman..
Pinkman is an asset for Lydia.. Pinkman must be hers and so the pure meth, the ticket to millions..
Lydia will be the one who erases Jack, Todd and the rest of the gang..
Walt was at the his finale at this very moment at the bar drinking his scotch..
Everything that ever mattered was blown away..
Everything was a thin smoke..
His love and devotion to his family never had a responce..
Wife and kid turned him down at the critical point..
All the efforts he ever done were pointless and useless..
Hank could do the blind eye and no.. he didnt..
Jesse was a traitor to their partnership too..
Others make million at his expertise (Lydia, Jack, and co)..
and then the final nail to the coffin comes at this Charlie Rose interview..
Heisenberg is famous and yet his former partner at grey matter and his ex-love dumb him down and bury him as useless, bury him..
He dies but before that he will settle things down..
The importand is for all the world to know the truth..
about Grey Matter, about Hank (who did illegal investigation so he was killed not in service duty), about Lydia and Jack (who are flooding the world with Heisenenberg's meth with Pinkman as a cook)..
and Skyler must get her lesson for not supporting and trusting her husband..
Possibly with a surpicing exclusive Heisenberg interview to Charlie Rose?
This way Lydia will be arrested (after she has terminated Jack and co) and Pinkman will be rescued..
Pinkman will testify what really happenned at the desert..
The mystery is where the ricin is going to be used and to whom..


They ALL must be taught a Lesson for what they've done to Heisenberg!!!


They must pay! They must feel the Wrath of Heisenberg!!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: 240 is Back on September 27, 2013, 12:16:17 PM
Lydia is ruthless. She has the great information that 92% pure meth is obtainable through the only one besides Heisenberg: Pinkman..
Pinkman is an asset for Lydia.. Pinkman must be hers and so the pure meth, the ticket to millions..
Lydia will be the one who erases Jack, Todd and the rest of the gang..
Walt was at the his finale at this very moment at the bar drinking his scotch..
Everything that ever mattered was blown away..
Everything was a thin smoke..
His love and devotion to his family never had a responce..
Wife and kid turned him down at the critical point..
All the efforts he ever done were pointless and useless..
Hank could do the blind eye and no.. he didnt..
Jesse was a traitor to their partnership too..
Others make million at his expertise (Lydia, Jack, and co)..
and then the final nail to the coffin comes at this Charlie Rose interview..
Heisenberg is famous and yet his former partner at grey matter and his ex-love dumb him down and bury him as useless, bury him..
He dies but before that he will settle things down..
The importand is for all the world to know the truth..
about Grey Matter, about Hank (who did illegal investigation so he was killed not in service duty), about Lydia and Jack (who are flooding the world with Heisenenberg's meth with Pinkman as a cook)..
and Skyler must get her lesson for not supporting and trusting her husband..
Possibly with a surpicing exclusive Heisenberg interview to Charlie Rose?
This way Lydia will be arrested (after she has terminated Jack and co) and Pinkman will be rescued..
Pinkman will testify what really happenned at the desert..
The mystery is where the ricin is going to be used and to whom..


Maybe he'll ricin his own coffee and quietly drink it during the televised interview.  That'd be badass!

That'd be a CRAZY cool ending to the show, a national audience, instead of just bleeding out in the desert someplace.


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 27, 2013, 12:21:25 PM
Maybe he'll ricin his own coffee and quietly drink it during the televised interview.  That'd be badass!

That'd be a CRAZY cool ending to the show, a national audience, instead of just bleeding out in the desert someplace.

Yes, he will ricin his own coffee and die in the first 5 minutes of the episode, then we will have 8
70 minutes of Walt JR saying he wants to "go home and maybe chill"!


Title: Re: Breaking Bad episode tonight
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 27, 2013, 01:59:54 PM
Yes, he will ricin his own coffee and die in the first 5 minutes of the episode, then we will have 8
70 minutes of Walt JR saying he wants to "go home and maybe chill"!

I'm glad they never did the PSA episode of Flynn buying blue off the streets and getting sick and going to the hospital and Walt realizing that his meth almost killed his own son.  Hopefully they don't try this shit in the last hour


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on September 29, 2013, 08:41:32 AM
Watching the marathon... you really see what a monster Heisenberg has become.

when you see him kill 1 or 2 (or 10) people each week, it's out of necessity.

When you see it hour by hour, you realize he's a murderous SOB lol.  Not all that different from Lydia.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Boost on September 29, 2013, 09:18:26 AM
If Breaking Bad was set in the UK

(Right click, Open)

 ;D



Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on September 29, 2013, 09:22:17 AM
with all the symbolism... i bet something is wrecked on 1 side of walt's face when all is said and done.  the bear, gus, jesse beaten... they keep going back to that.

It's weird... we have ZERO clue how tonight plays out. most shows are fairly predictable after 5 long seasons. 


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Boost on September 29, 2013, 09:34:44 AM
For UK viewers it sucks because It doesn't appear on UK Netflix until 9am Monday morning. So If you are working tommorow, good luck avoiding spoilers online.

The other option is to get up at about 5am to scan for a torrent. But I doubt you'll be able to download and watch it before your work day starts. I won't be seeing it until Monday night  :'(


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: crownshep on September 29, 2013, 10:06:30 AM
In the way that series 4 ended with the shot of the lily of the valley plant and the realisation that Walt poisoned the kid,i think this will end with somehow Walt poisoning the drinks of Elliot and his wife (like Gus did to Don Eladio) and you will see them drink it as the credits come up,with the knowledge that they are up shit creek without a paddle.
I think Todd kills Skyler on the orders of Lydia

Jesse kills Todd for killing andrea
Walt kills the gang and Lydia
Jesse kills Walt for letting Jane die
Walt leaves his money with Saul to be shared with his daughter Holly and Andreas kid Brock.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on September 29, 2013, 10:49:30 AM
skyler dying would be the most monumental thing ever.

i love the idea of walt poisoning eliot & wife as they eat.  It makes sense - who can't he kill with that big ass machine gun?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on September 29, 2013, 06:21:53 PM
What an ending.  Predictable yet crazy surprising.  almost seemed too easy.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Grape Ape on September 29, 2013, 06:29:36 PM
Not much tension, but wrapped up nicely.  Great series.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: thebrink on September 29, 2013, 06:35:18 PM
Not much tension, but wrapped up nicely.  Great series.

lots of tension when todd says to walt, 'you shouldn't have come out here mr. white' and they put the gun to his head.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on September 29, 2013, 06:42:21 PM
I think it was SO smart (particularly the use of the Schwarz to make sure the family is set for life, the most important part)...

That people are willing to forgive the predictability and lack of tension.

It was almost TOO clean... no moments of "Will Walt finish this...?"  We knew from the moment he dealt with the $ issue that everything else would be easy.


Skyler is MUCH hotter in real life than on the show... wow...


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Krankenstein on September 29, 2013, 06:52:08 PM
Love the cold phrase with the Schwartz guy and knife....(paraphrase) "You're gonna need something bigger"


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: hrspwr1 on September 29, 2013, 07:06:35 PM
The ending was meh but the series was good, got pulled into some of the old episodes during the marathon. Characters like Tuco, Mike and Gus were a big part of keeping it entertaining. Glad to see Lydia come down with the flu,  ;D


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: tommywishbone on September 29, 2013, 07:37:59 PM
The show sucks. Sorry. You've all been told how good it is and you now actually think it is good.

 


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: thebrink on September 29, 2013, 08:04:19 PM
The ending was meh but the series was good, got pulled into some of the old episodes during the marathon. Characters like Tuco, Mike and Gus were a big part of keeping it entertaining. Glad to see Lydia come down with the flu,  ;D

x2



Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: BIG ACH on September 29, 2013, 08:06:41 PM

and just like that - its over!  Goodbye Breaking Bad!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 29, 2013, 09:30:14 PM
What a great ending!

Pity he killed Flynn, Skylar and Marie but let Todds crew go though...


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Rudee on September 29, 2013, 09:30:37 PM
I didn't find it believable that Walt would be able to hook up that contraption with the machine gun.  He's a high school chemistry teacher, not MacGyver.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 29, 2013, 09:43:19 PM
I didn't find it believable that Walt would be able to hook up that contraption with the machine gun.  He's a high school chemistry teacher, not MacGyver.

He's also a Genius

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Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: WalterWhite on September 29, 2013, 09:54:23 PM
I didn't find it believable that Walt would be able to hook up that contraption with the machine gun.  He's a high school chemistry teacher, not MacGyver.

Once you build a meth lab, construct a battery for a motor home from spare parts in the desert and build a bomb for the underside of a wheelchair with a bell detonator, a the machine gun activated by a car door opener is a breeze.  :)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: jwb on September 29, 2013, 10:03:39 PM
He did plenty of Macgyver stuff in the show... Remember when he installed his own instant hot water system?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 29, 2013, 10:06:00 PM
Clearly Walter White was a Genius with the IQ of around 140-180, was a perfectionist and especially inclined towards Science, and not just Chemistry (which was his forte).


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Mad-scientist on September 30, 2013, 12:54:33 AM
I thought the entire series was amazing. I think it was with out a doubt the best serious show about crime since the Soprano's. The ending of breaking bad was good. I think they could have maybe made it more emotional. But some times things just end how they end. It was a good ending to be honest. I hated how the Soprano's ended but in all reality I think it was a better ending. The ending of the soprano's was more realistic if you have ever taken the time to research what it really meant.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: crownshep on September 30, 2013, 02:27:08 AM
Just watched it now in the UK and absolutely loved it,the first 15 mins were fantastic,and i was wondering if we would see skinny p or badger seeing as how they`ve not been in the final 8 episodes.At least i got 2 of my predictions right,and the smile on walts face as he was looking at the set up jesse had,you knew he was thinking "this kid has learnt some science from me afterall".


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: whitewidow on September 30, 2013, 02:42:19 AM
I love Breaking bad. everybody knows i hate Flynn aka walter Jr. thank go he has no lines in this last episode but this last episode was shitty -IMO. I think the sopranos had a better ending. They should of ended Braking bad after last years last episode where hank is taking a shit and finds out Walter might be heisenberg. They should of just left it at that No confrontation just left it how that episode ended


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: RUDE BUOY on September 30, 2013, 02:43:09 AM
i have never watched one second of this show  :)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on September 30, 2013, 03:49:29 AM
I love Breaking bad. everybody knows i hate Flynn aka walter Jr. thank go he has no lines in this last episode but this last episode was shitty -IMO. I think the sopranos had a better ending. They should of ended Braking bad after last years last episode where hank is taking a shit and finds out Walter might be heisenberg. They should of just left it at that No confrontation just left it how that episode ended
Vince Gilligan talked about the ending in the after party show! He said he did not want to do a Soprano's type ending! He wanted to tie up all the lose ends and not leave the viewers hanging! It was great, you walk away with closure!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Archer77 on September 30, 2013, 05:37:54 AM
Vince Gilligan talked about the ending in the after party show! He said he did not want to do a Soprano's type ending! He wanted to tie up all the lose ends and not leave the viewers hanging! It was great, you walk away with closure!

A sly reference to the horrendous convoluted ending of Lost as well I suppose.  Closure is all your going to get with a tragedy of this magnitude.  Walt offed all the people who crossed him and avenged Hanks death and that was very satisfying but his family still hates him and he's going to die a broken man.  Anyone who was expecting a happy ending has obviously not been watching the show.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Grape Ape on September 30, 2013, 05:43:43 AM
Saw two series finales this week.

BB: great, although I would've liked more tension in the Jesse/Walt scene.  Nitpicking though.  Great series.

Dexter:  pure dreck.   Horrid finale.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on September 30, 2013, 05:56:03 AM
All in all, it was a SATISFYING ending.  As he drove away from the Schwartz's house, ya just kinda knew it was going to be that kinda show... you knew all the bad guys would die...you KNEW it woudln't be some sort of tragedy.  We all just kept watching the tea Lydia had, knowing Walt would spike it.

Spiking the stevia packet was even smarter lol... Knowing she was doomed was pretty awesome. 

It wasn't a TRAGIC ending... THAT is what I expected...a broken family by his sin, the bad guys keeping the fortune... all that... the way the gunfight went down when hank died - realistic - I thought the bad guys would win (usually real life).

The finale was more for the fans, and less for realism.   It was satisfying to hear Lydia on the phone sick.  To see Todd's uncle get wasted.  Just so so much to pack into that last half hour of the show. 

I've never cracked a tear in the show, but when he saw his daughter napping, knowing he was saying goodbye, that part broke me up, I'll admit.  Five years (show time) of struggle so that little girl would be taken care of $$ wise.  All for that one poignant moment.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Archer77 on September 30, 2013, 05:59:23 AM
It was a tragedy.  Vince gilligan, the creator, said the show was a tragedy and the ending was intended to be tragic.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: doison on September 30, 2013, 07:14:05 AM
I love Breaking bad. everybody knows i hate Flynn aka walter Jr. thank go he has no lines in this last episode but this last episode was shitty -IMO. I think the sopranos had a better ending. They should of ended Braking bad after last years last episode where hank is taking a shit and finds out Walter might be heisenberg. They should of just left it at that No confrontation just left it how that episode ended


If it were set up properly I think that could have been a great ending.


I really want to like the finale because I thought the series was pretty damn good...but I just didn't like it all that much.  
The ricin set up with Lydia was great because you were waiting for the ricin and it wasn't the "easy" way to throw it into the episode.
Getting his family the money through gray matter was great too--It was a smart plot twist.  

Taking out the nazis and dying in the meth lab was satisfying but too anticlimactic...the big scarface shoot out they had hinted at all year and it just kind of "happened" like it tripped over a stick in the sidewalk.
Trying to build suspense with walter's keys on the pool table was pretty weak compared to the writing standard of the series...

I like Jesse killing Todd (especially the way he did it), but if you follow the path of his character it's more complex than getting to just say "he broke bad (again...) at the end, but deserves to live because he got his comeuppance from being a meth slave."
Ruined it for me


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: doison on September 30, 2013, 07:20:53 AM
It was a tragedy.  Vince gilligan, the creator, said the show was a tragedy and the ending was intended to be tragic.

I got pleasure out of Walt's ultimate fate. 
Jesse's fate wasn't tragic, it was a travesty

3rd to last episode was still fucking great though


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: crownshep on September 30, 2013, 07:23:49 AM
When you saw Lydia with that packet,you just knew it would be ricin going in,but how did Walt manage this,i re-watched it straight after that scene to see if he switched it,but couldn`t notice anything.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 30, 2013, 08:19:16 AM
I didn't find it believable that Walt would be able to hook up that contraption with the machine gun.  He's a high school chemistry teacher, not MacGyver.

You seemed to have missed the whole series then.  Walt was a genius who was the brains behind a multi billion dollar company but his friends fucked him over.  He was a man with a dark cloud over his head.  It wasn't until he started cooking meth that his luck seemed to turn around.  He became the luckiest guy ever catching break after break.  They even had Jesse make that exact claim a couple episodes back.

To WhiteWidow. WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?  That Sopranos ending was horrendous.  But Sopranos gave a huge clue in the 2nd or 3rd last show that the whole series was based in Tony's mind and not real life.  There was a newspaper article that the shrink references about some mobster's life that tony was basing his make believe life after.

Anyways.  Great show.  but I hate seeing Jesse get away.  That little shit needed to die.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Tapeworm on September 30, 2013, 08:23:53 AM
When you saw Lydia with that packet,you just knew it would be ricin going in,but how did Walt manage this,i re-watched it straight after that scene to see if he switched it,but couldn`t notice anything.

She's always there Tues @ 10 for the meeting.  Always orders the same tea and always reaches for the Stevia.  Guess she always sat at the same table too, so he arrived early and dropped in a doped packet.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 30, 2013, 08:28:41 AM
She's always there Tues @ 10 for the meeting.  Always orders the same tea and always reaches for the Stevia.  Guess she always sat at the same table too, so he arrived early and dropped in a doped packet.

Glad that cunt got it.  They even made her more of one when she spoke to Todd in that low voice about killing Walter. 


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: crownshep on September 30, 2013, 08:30:42 AM
She's always there Tues @ 10 for the meeting.  Always orders the same tea and always reaches for the Stevia.  Guess she always sat at the same table too, so he arrived early and dropped in a doped packet.

Thats what i thought,but how positive could Walt have been that someone else wouldn`t sit down at that table and use the ricin.I re-watched it to see if he did a "Huell" slight of hand to switch the packets but didn`t notice anything.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Archer77 on September 30, 2013, 08:31:35 AM
Glad that cunt got it.  They even made her more of one when she spoke to Todd in that low voice about killing Walter. 


She was spared a few times during the series but not this time.  Very fitting end.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Tapeworm on September 30, 2013, 08:41:52 AM
Thats what i thought,but how positive could Walt have been that someone else wouldn`t sit down at that table and use the ricin.I re-watched it to see if he did a "Huell" slight of hand to switch the packets but didn`t notice anything.

I agree, it's not a bullseye method but it seems like it would have a reasonable chance of success.  Idk, maybe he dropped it there when he saw her coming down the road or something. 


It was more believable than the machine gun contraption hitting everyone.  They were stretching credulity pretty thin with that but it was still fun.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Rudee on September 30, 2013, 08:48:21 AM
Five years (show time) of struggle so that little girl would be taken care of $$ wise.  All for that one poignant moment.


And to think millions of people seem to manage the struggle of taking care of family with a small income without having to build a meth lab.    :)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: crownshep on September 30, 2013, 08:54:46 AM
Meanwhile,Huell is still waiting in the safe house. ;D ;D ;D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP_4z4IoYHs


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Rudee on September 30, 2013, 09:49:29 AM
Meanwhile,Huell is still waiting in the safe house. ;D ;D ;D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP_4z4IoYHs

LOL. 


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 30, 2013, 10:08:35 AM
I also didn't like how Saul left.  Kind of lame.  But somehow Walt ties up every loose end.

Got to poison Lydia and seek revenge
Got to say goodbye to his wife in person who's home is being watched by cops
Got to say goodbye to his daughter
Got to see his son
Got to leave the info on where Hank is buried
Got to leave his wife one last playing card to get the cops off her ass
Got to have some revenge on The Schwartzs
Got to leave his family close to 10 million
Got to kill the Nazis
Got to free Jesse
Got to have Jesse seek revenge on Todd
Got to die in a lab the way it all started.

All so fucking convenient.

Come on man!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Wiggs on September 30, 2013, 10:33:55 AM
One of the best television shows I've ever seen and I've seen some epic ones. EPIC x10


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Raymondo on September 30, 2013, 10:48:04 AM
For UK viewers it sucks because It doesn't appear on UK Netflix until 9am Monday morning. So If you are working tommorow, good luck avoiding spoilers online.

The other option is to get up at about 5am to scan for a torrent. But I doubt you'll be able to download and watch it before your work day starts. I won't be seeing it until Monday night  :'(

I avoided all spoilers through some massive exercise of will ;D


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Raymondo on September 30, 2013, 10:53:13 AM
I liked the episode, there was plenty of tension  :D

The MacGyver contraption was stretching it a bit- the Nazi guy could have easily smacked Walt in the head as he tried to park the car in the right position. Seeing they were going to kill him anyway.

There are many gun enthusiasts on the forum- is that sort of thing plausible?

240?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Raymondo on September 30, 2013, 10:58:18 AM
I also didn't like how Saul left.  Kind of lame.  But somehow Walt ties up every loose end.

Got to poison Lydia and seek revenge
Got to say goodbye to his wife in person who's home is being watched by cops
Got to say goodbye to his daughter
Got to see his son
Got to leave the info on where Hank is buried
Got to leave his wife one last playing card to get the cops off her ass
Got to have some revenge on The Schwartzs
Got to leave his family close to 10 million
Got to kill the Nazis
Got to free Jesse
Got to have Jesse seek revenge on Todd
Got to die in a lab the way it all started.

All so fucking convenient.

Come on man!

I thought his meeting with Skyler was very sad.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Raymondo on September 30, 2013, 10:59:42 AM
She was spared a few times during the series but not this time.  Very fitting end.

I don't understand what Walt had against Lydia.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 30, 2013, 11:38:17 AM
SPOILERS BELOW:

When I downloaded the last episode (the finale) from a torrent site, I saw in a comment:
"Jesse kills Walt". I was fucking furious. I mean to get a spoiler before watching the finale.
But ... it didn't happen.  ;D


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 30, 2013, 11:40:39 AM
They also made it a point TWICE to have Walt finally admit that he did this for himself.  When Jesse told him to say that he wanted it and when Skyler had him admit he did it for himself.
He wanted some money for his family, but $80 million???  That is a little excessive, he just couldn't stop.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on September 30, 2013, 12:00:06 PM
They also made it a point TWICE to have Walt finally admit that he did this for himself.  When Jesse told him to say that he wanted it and when Skyler had him admit he did it for himself.
He wanted some money for his family, but $80 million???  That is a little excessive, he just couldn't stop.

good point


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: jwb on September 30, 2013, 12:05:20 PM
I also didn't like how Saul left.  Kind of lame.  But somehow Walt ties up every loose end.

Got to poison Lydia and seek revenge
Got to say goodbye to his wife in person who's home is being watched by cops
Got to say goodbye to his daughter
Got to see his son
Got to leave the info on where Hank is buried
Got to leave his wife one last playing card to get the cops off her ass
Got to have some revenge on The Schwartzs
Got to leave his family close to 10 million
Got to kill the Nazis
Got to free Jesse
Got to have Jesse seek revenge on Todd
Got to die in a lab the way it all started.

All so fucking convenient.

Come on man!
Don't forget Walt coming to the compound was a suicide mission. He simply planned to hit the remote button and be blown away by the bullets same as everyone else.

He had no idea Jesse was there or he was being held captive by the rednecks. He honestly thought they were working with Jesse as partners.

It was once Jesse was brought into the room and Walt saw the shape he was in he that he wanted to save him and therefore jumped on top of him to prevent him being shot.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on September 30, 2013, 12:05:21 PM
Not sure if anyone caught the recap but funny story about the scene with Walt leaving the watch on the payphone.  It was because when they video tapes the teaser last season of Walt creating the 52 out of bacon in the Diner he wasn't wearing the watch, it was a production error that they didn't catch so they needed him to take it off for continuity.  lol


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on September 30, 2013, 12:16:00 PM
Saw two series finales this week.

BB: great, although I would've liked more tension in the Jesse/Walt scene.  Nitpicking though.  Great series.

Dexter:  pure dreck.   Horrid finale.
Dexter ending was absolute shit! Horrible writing!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: jwb on September 30, 2013, 12:18:55 PM
When you saw Lydia with that packet,you just knew it would be ricin going in,but how did Walt manage this,i re-watched it straight after that scene to see if he switched it,but couldn`t notice anything.
He did it before she arrived since she always sat at the same table. Her obsession for order did her in.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 30, 2013, 01:06:45 PM
I liked the episode, there was plenty of tension  :D

The MacGyver contraption was stretching it a bit- the Nazi guy could have easily smacked Walt in the head as he tried to park the car in the right position. Seeing they were going to kill him anyway.

There are many gun enthusiasts on the forum- is that sort of thing plausible?

240?

The thing is, such a contraption is NOTHING you'd expect.

So there would be no doubt at all, it wouldn't matter WHERE Walt would park, they'd kill him either way.

Smacking him in the head would be totally unnecessary.

Sure, they were going to kill him, but not outside, they still had a certain degree of respect for the genius, you don't smack someone like Heisenberg.

Also, smacking someone so early would give that person ideas, i'm sure they had a certain degree of curiosity and wanted to hear what he had to say first.



Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 30, 2013, 02:29:40 PM
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Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Wiggs on September 30, 2013, 02:54:05 PM
Meanwhile,Huell is still waiting in the safe house. ;D ;D ;D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP_4z4IoYHs

lolololololololololololo lolololololololololololo lololololololool


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: WalterWhite on September 30, 2013, 02:56:07 PM
Meanwhile,Huell is still waiting in the safe house. ;D ;D ;D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP_4z4IoYHs

 ;D


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on September 30, 2013, 03:35:56 PM
Will Huell be in the Saul Goodman-spinoff show? :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVYXbpib9JY


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on September 30, 2013, 04:57:55 PM
When you saw Lydia with that packet,you just knew it would be ricin going in,but how did Walt manage this,i re-watched it straight after that scene to see if he switched it,but couldn`t notice anything.

He put it in before Lydia even sat down....it was waiting for her.....he knew her habits after meeting her so many times.....or he made a switch when he was coughing and both she and Todd turned away in disgust


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on September 30, 2013, 04:58:58 PM
She's always there Tues @ 10 for the meeting.  Always orders the same tea and always reaches for the Stevia.  Guess she always sat at the same table too, so he arrived early and dropped in a doped packet.

yep....you beat me to it


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Wiggs on September 30, 2013, 05:03:19 PM
LOL Big Heull. Funny ass lazy Hebrew.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: BIG ACH on September 30, 2013, 05:58:44 PM
Meanwhile,Huell is still waiting in the safe house. ;D ;D ;D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP_4z4IoYHs

Lol that was fucking funny. And they keep going back to his face hahaha


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: mdn250 on September 30, 2013, 06:32:12 PM
She's always there Tues @ 10 for the meeting.  Always orders the same tea and always reaches for the Stevia.  Guess she always sat at the same table too, so he arrived early and dropped in a doped packet.

Yeah thats what I figured too. But then I also thought, fuck, knowing just how bad Walt is when he really WANTS something done..he probably put a dash in EVERY stevia packet in the place LOL. Since each table only had 1 stevia packet :)



Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Rudee on September 30, 2013, 10:44:42 PM
If there is a single lesson to be learned from Breaking Bad, that lesson is clearly to stay single and don't get married and have kids.  The stress and pressure of having to provide for a family can cause you to do stupid things you wouldn't do if you were single and only had to be concerned with yourself.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Raymondo on October 01, 2013, 12:14:42 AM
The thing is, such a contraption is NOTHING you'd expect.

So there would be no doubt at all, it wouldn't matter WHERE Walt would park, they'd kill him either way.

Smacking him in the head would be totally unnecessary.

Sure, they were going to kill him, but not outside, they still had a certain degree of respect for the genius, you don't smack someone like Heisenberg.

Also, smacking someone so early would give that person ideas, i'm sure they had a certain degree of curiosity and wanted to hear what he had to say first.



Yep, good points.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: jwb on October 01, 2013, 12:17:47 AM
If there is a single lesson to be learned from Breaking Bad, that lesson is clearly to stay single and don't get married and have kids.  The stress and pressure of having to provide for a family can cause you to do stupid things you wouldn't do if you were single and only had to be concerned with yourself.
Try having kids and also having to financially support one of their grandparents.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: whitewidow on October 01, 2013, 01:01:55 AM
Try having kids and also having to financially support one of their grandparents.

Ouch!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 01, 2013, 07:23:35 AM
The thing is, such a contraption is NOTHING you'd expect.

So there would be no doubt at all, it wouldn't matter WHERE Walt would park, they'd kill him either way.

Smacking him in the head would be totally unnecessary.

Sure, they were going to kill him, but not outside, they still had a certain degree of respect for the genius, you don't smack someone like Heisenberg.

Also, smacking someone so early would give that person ideas, i'm sure they had a certain degree of curiosity and wanted to hear what he had to say first.



You speak a lot of truth, IMO. Also, they brought in Jesse out of respect for Walt.. in a way.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 01, 2013, 07:26:54 AM
You speak a lot of truth, IMO. Also, they brought in Jesse out of respect for Walt.. in a way.

I don't buy that.  The fact that they threatened Skyler to keep her mouth shut about Lydia meant they were done with Walt a while back, they had his money, they had his cook, they were done with him.  Their stall tactics about wanting to shoot him were lame.  it wasn't respect why they brought Jesse to Walt, it was an honor thing that Walt disgraced Jack's honor calling Jesse his partner.  Walt knew that Jesse was being forced to cook, that's why he pulled that partner card.  he knew it would piss off Jack.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 01, 2013, 07:30:36 AM
I don't buy that.  The fact that they threatened Skyler to keep her mouth shut about Lydia meant they were done with Walt a while back, they had his money, they had his cook, they were done with him.  Their stall tactics about wanting to shoot him were lame.  it wasn't respect why they brought Jesse to Walt, it was an honor thing that Walt disgraced Jack's honor calling Jesse his partner.  Walt knew that Jesse was being forced to cook, that's why he pulled that partner card.  he knew it would piss off Jack.

I disagree. Why would they kill Walt in a hurry? They had no need to.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 01, 2013, 07:33:43 AM
I disagree. Why would they kill Walt in a hurry? They had no need to.


Jack put a gun to his head as soon as he saw him and told his hench to kill him right away.  He fell for Walt's stall tactic about Jesse.  They knew Walt was up to something but weren't sure, they didn't care about the methalmine idea he had.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 01, 2013, 08:19:07 AM
Jack put a gun to his head as soon as he saw him and told his hench to kill him right away.  He fell for Walt's stall tactic about Jesse.  They knew Walt was up to something but weren't sure, they didn't care about the methalmine idea he had.

You are right. I didn't realize that.  :)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on October 01, 2013, 08:23:14 AM
Jack made it as far as he did in life because of his ability to execute someone FAST when given the chance.  No talk, pussy footing around, etc.  He was about to X out hank quickly til walt yelled. 

His main mistake was not throwing Walt in the hole too.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: mdn250 on October 01, 2013, 08:28:35 AM
Agree with above. Jack's downfall was the same as Walt's. Pure pride and massive ego. He couldn't understand the fact that Walt had the nerve to call Jesse his partner...and like in the episode before..he couldn't have let Jesse continue to cook the same meth that netted Walt $80 million after watching the Confession DEA tape. If it weren't for Todd he would have put a bullet in Jesse's head right then, remember?

Jack could have had it all and won if his nephew wasn't there that day. Walt's money was way more than enough for a lifetime as he put it. Lydia would be gone from the equation, no more blue meth report on the TV.

Then again, when you have $80 million, $160 sounds much nicer :) Although since I am not a Chem teacher or a Nazi I sadly will never know :)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: RRKore on October 01, 2013, 08:31:03 AM
Dexter ending was absolute shit! Horrible writing!

Yes, the Dexter ending was complete boolshit.  Oh well, I guess we wait for the Dexter the Murdering Lumberjack Movie.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: mdn250 on October 01, 2013, 08:31:47 AM
I'm gonna go ... ch-chill now.

I wonder if Flynn keeps all the money and goes away on a romantic getaway with Louis?

Imagine how much bacon and eggs he can buy when he gets his birthday present?



Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: mdn250 on October 01, 2013, 08:37:12 AM
Yes, the Dexter ending was complete boolshit.  Oh well, I guess we wait for the Dexter the Murdering Lumberjack Movie.

Dexter has always been my favorite show. The finale was just terrible I agree. But honestly how did you expect it to end? From the get go years before they ended the series Michael C Hall and Scott Buck always said the did not want to glorify a serial killer. So I knew that it would suck since the only good option was his escape with Hannah and Harrison and his ability to attempt a normal life. After that was off the table..I knew we were fucked. I honestly expected worse..if that is even possible.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 01, 2013, 09:47:06 AM
Dexter has always been my favorite show. The finale was just terrible I agree. But honestly how did you expect it to end? From the get go years before they ended the series Michael C Hall and Scott Buck always said the did not want to glorify a serial killer. So I knew that it would suck since the only good option was his escape with Hannah and Harrison and his ability to attempt a normal life. After that was off the table..I knew we were fucked. I honestly expected worse..if that is even possible.


I hated how Deb died.  She was supposed to be this tough bad ass female cop and ends up dead from being vegetated.  At least they should have had her go out in a gun fight.

I think they left Dexter alive so that they can do a future movie or mini-series.  It seems to be the trend in Hollywood these days.  Throw together a 6-10 episode event.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on October 01, 2013, 10:02:30 AM
Agree with above. Jack's downfall was the same as Walt's. Pure pride and massive ego. He couldn't understand the fact that Walt had the nerve to call Jesse his partner...and like in the episode before..he couldn't have let Jesse continue to cook the same meth that netted Walt $80 million after watching the Confession DEA tape. If it weren't for Todd he would have put a bullet in Jesse's head right then, remember?

Jack could have had it all and won if his nephew wasn't there that day. Walt's money was way more than enough for a lifetime as he put it. Lydia would be gone from the equation, no more blue meth report on the TV.

Then again, when you have $80 million, $160 sounds much nicer :) Although since I am not a Chem teacher or a Nazi I sadly will never know :)


The show did a really good job at showing the destructive force of ego.  MANY times, Hank had a chance to walk away from heisenberg and have a huge career advancement.  Walt had plenty of $ from Gus and would have been able to make a few million and then just coast.  He wanted an empire - and I think admitting it really showed viewers the director wanted to make that point.

Great show.  Ending was tidy and witty, not bittersweet though.  ya kinda knew lydia and the crew would get theirs, ya kinda knew after doing his year of meth slavery, that jesse had paid for his sins.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Grape Ape on October 01, 2013, 10:15:09 AM
Dexter has always been my favorite show. The finale was just terrible I agree. But honestly how did you expect it to end? From the get go years before they ended the series Michael C Hall and Scott Buck always said the did not want to glorify a serial killer. So I knew that it would suck since the only good option was his escape with Hannah and Harrison and his ability to attempt a normal life. After that was off the table..I knew we were fucked. I honestly expected worse..if that is even possible.


Angel not finding about Laguerta's killer, the PD finding out about Dexter etc....all stuff like that could have happened and would have been great.  It could have been really emotional with good writing.   Dexter could've escaped with his family, killed by Deb, fucked Deb,etc.....all would have been great.  This ending was weak.

But, the show had been on a decline since season four anyway.  There were too many people who were introduced to Dexter's true nature that were OK with it.  It had gotten ridiculous.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 01, 2013, 10:18:35 AM
Angel not finding about Laguerta's killer, the PD finding out about Dexter etc....all stuff like that could have happened and would have been great.  It could have been really emotional with good writing.   Dexter could've escaped with his family, killed by Deb, fucked Deb,etc.....all would have been great.  This ending was weak.

But, the show had been on a decline since season four anyway.  There were too many people who were introduced to Dexter's true nature that were OK with it.  It had gotten ridiculous.

They did give Quinn and Angel a little insight to how cold Dexter was when he killed Oliver Saxon.  When they were watching the video they both watched with mouths agape in shock at how cold, calculate and ruthless Dexter was.  Because Oliver was the shit that turned Deb into a veggie they sort of turned the other way and didn't make a big deal out of it, but it does leave them wondering a bit about Dex.

The stupid part is Quinn and Angel will now wonder wtf happened with Deb, what happened with Harrison, where did they go?  Miami PD will be running an investigation and wasting their time.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 01, 2013, 02:20:42 PM
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Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 01, 2013, 06:12:53 PM
I thought Dexter ended the only way that it could....Serial Killers do not commit suicide so that was out of the question.....Dexter living a lonely life should have been his fate........just as depicted......as you can see, Dexter was still a killer and still had the dark passenger with him.......the proof was when he looked up at the end and you saw the coldness in his eyes....

I thought Breaking bad ended the best way that it could......tied up all the loose ends......and the way Walt died was kinda a homage to "the king of new york"......Christopher Walken went out the same way at the end of that movie...just as the cops were closing in


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Wiggs on October 01, 2013, 07:24:57 PM
I'm so glad I got to witness Jesse choke the life from the soft spoken soulless, dead eyed ginger Todd.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: WalterWhite on October 01, 2013, 07:48:40 PM
I'm so glad I got to witness Jesse choke the life from the soft spoken soulless, dead eyed ginger Todd.

 :) Me too!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: TonyAlva on October 01, 2013, 09:36:49 PM

what the hell happened to lil Brock?  did Jessie go to search for him when he hauled ass out of there? Is he safe ???


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: The Ugly on October 01, 2013, 09:39:11 PM
Haven't seen an episode. I take it it's good?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on October 01, 2013, 09:50:52 PM
I'm so glad I got to witness Jesse choke the life from the soft spoken soulless, dead eyed ginger Todd.

There were actually people who wanted a Todd spinoff-series, just because he was so psychotic but Well-mannered :D


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 01, 2013, 11:50:32 PM
There were actually people who wanted a Todd spinoff-series, just because he was so psychotic but Well-mannered :D
,

I think Todd's character was interesting in some ways. But I'd rather like to see a Saul Goodman spin-off with Gus. Giancarlo Es? (Gus) confirmed that he is interested in being part of such a show.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 02, 2013, 12:19:11 AM
,

I think Todd's character was interesting in some ways. But I'd rather like to see a Saul Goodman spin-off with Gus. Giancarlo Es? (Gus) confirmed that he is interested in being part of such a show.

it might be a pre-quel to Breaking Bad...remember that Saul disappeared along with Walt


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on October 02, 2013, 12:20:09 AM
,

I think Todd's character was interesting in some ways. But I'd rather like to see a Saul Goodman spin-off with Gus. Giancarlo Es? (Gus) confirmed that he is interested in being part of such a show.

Yes, Better Call Sauls-spinoff series will be about Saul BEFORE he met Walt :)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: crownshep on October 02, 2013, 04:38:35 AM
And remember when Saul first spoke about Gus to Walt,he said "i know a guy,who knows a guy,who knows a guy",so lets hope that Saul did have some kind of contact with Gus (maybe not direct,but through other clients) and Gus and Mike both pop up in a few episodes of Better call Saul.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Archer77 on October 02, 2013, 04:50:45 AM
Yes, Better Call Sauls-spinoff series will be about Saul BEFORE he met Walt :)

I'd prefer a sequel series instead of a prequel.  We know what happens to Saul so there's really no danger or tension.  The two consequences of illegal activity, death or imprisonment wouldn't present a true threat because Saul doesn't experience either.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 02, 2013, 04:52:18 AM
Yes, Better Call Sauls-spinoff series will be about Saul BEFORE he met Walt :)

As we speak, I think Galeniko is on the phone with Saul trying to stay out of jail.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Raymondo on October 02, 2013, 11:38:12 AM
As we speak, I think Galeniko is on the phone with Saul trying to stay out of jail.

 ;D


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: JasonH on October 02, 2013, 02:02:33 PM
I'm a bit late to the party - I've avoided this thread up to now because I've been watching all five seasons of Breaking Bad for the last two months now and I didn't want to read any spoilers.

Watched the final episode tonight - great ending, tied up all the loose ends and is without doubt the best TV series I have ever seen, bar none.  8)

Going to have withdrawal symptoms now.  :'(


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Slapper on October 02, 2013, 05:54:08 PM
One of the best shows ever.

Sad thing is that I suspect all these networks are now going to do shows for only 4-6 years and then pull the plug on them. They make a lot more money from the additional footage/box series packages (which is pretty much free for them) and they do not have to deal with the actors wanting a raise.

It's sad that really good series, like Breaking Bad or The Sopranos have to end so early because of money.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Slapper on October 02, 2013, 05:56:19 PM
Their barrel package is $225. If ˝ of the folks that watched the season finale buy this package... that's more than a billion dollars.



Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 03, 2013, 01:27:26 AM
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Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Wolfox on October 03, 2013, 02:47:40 AM
So originally the creator of the show was gonna kill off Pinkman in the first season. Makes me wonder how different the show would have been considering the fact that Pinkman was pretty much the downfall of Walt every step of the way.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 03, 2013, 05:16:21 AM
So originally the creator of the show was gonna kill off Pinkman in the first season. Makes me wonder how different the show would have been considering the fact that Pinkman was pretty much the downfall of Walt every step of the way.

It is not that simple. Walt wanted the meth empire. Remember when Jesse didn't want to cook anymore and Walt continued to do so?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: snx on October 03, 2013, 05:35:38 AM
So originally the creator of the show was gonna kill off Pinkman in the first season. Makes me wonder how different the show would have been considering the fact that Pinkman was pretty much the downfall of Walt every step of the way.

Here's the one thing I've wrestled with the entire show. Until the very end, Walt has always had a father-like protective feel for Jesse. He's always bailing him out and helping him.

Walt knows he's the reason why Jesse's life is as messed up as it is as the show progresses.

But Walt seems so able to divorce himself from doing what he does for himself, versus his family. Yet he continues to put himself in harm's way to save Jesse from the situations he puts Jesse in.

Why do we think Walt cares so much for Jesse? Repressed guilt for not being a better teacher? Desire for another son (he already has Flynn)? I just could never wrap my head around this emotional connection...it feels unexplained to me.

Other than that, it's the best show I've ever watched, second only to Walking Dead. It beats Game of Thrones. Close runners-up include Spartacus Season One and Dexter (but only the season where Lithgow stars as the Trinity Killer).


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 03, 2013, 06:23:45 AM
Here's the one thing I've wrestled with the entire show. Until the very end, Walt has always had a father-like protective feel for Jesse. He's always bailing him out and helping him.

Walt knows he's the reason why Jesse's life is as messed up as it is as the show progresses.

But Walt seems so able to divorce himself from doing what he does for himself, versus his family. Yet he continues to put himself in harm's way to save Jesse from the situations he puts Jesse in.

Why do we think Walt cares so much for Jesse? Repressed guilt for not being a better teacher? Desire for another son (he already has Flynn)? I just could never wrap my head around this emotional connection...it feels unexplained to me.

Other than that, it's the best show I've ever watched, second only to Walking Dead. It beats Game of Thrones. Close runners-up include Spartacus Season One and Dexter (but only the season where Lithgow stars as the Trinity Killer).

Walt was using Jesse as an excuse, the same way he used his family.  It wasn't until the end that he finally admitted he did it all for himself.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 03, 2013, 05:16:59 PM
Walt was using Jesse as an excuse, the same way he used his family.  It wasn't until the end that he finally admitted he did it all for himself.

I think it was a combination of things.....I do think that Walt had great affection for jesse and did feel like a father to him.....Students and teachers have this weird affection for each other as well....Walt needed Jesse to front for him and probably didn't foresee how much emotionally connected he would become to Jesse....Walt provided Jesse with the father figure he needed and the support and guidance that he needed as well....The fact is that neither of them were true hard-core criminals to begin with.....They were each looking for something else.....witness they never lived it up with the money they earned....Walt stayed pretty loyal to his wife....he didn't bang other chicks at all...Jesse just got high and he was pretty loyal to his chicks as well.....I think Walt started to become cold to Jesse when he saw he could not control him any more


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on October 03, 2013, 08:01:02 PM
LOL... I'm watching season 2, episode 1... he's making ricin to poison Tuco... they show beautiful music with splenda packets all in a row, a cup of tea... LOL!   Foreshadowing for what we would see 3 years later with Lydia getting the ricin.


Season 2 may have been the best one.   


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Wolfox on October 03, 2013, 09:31:59 PM
I'm so glad I got to witness Jesse choke the life from the soft spoken soulless, dead eyed ginger Todd.

Todd was the adopted son Pinkman should have been to Walt.

Walt would have been unstoppable teamed up with Todd.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: crownshep on October 04, 2013, 12:31:47 AM
LOL... I'm watching season 2, episode 1... he's making ricin to poison Tuco... they show beautiful music with splenda packets all in a row, a cup of tea... LOL!   Foreshadowing for what we would see 3 years later with Lydia getting the ricin.


Season 2 may have been the best one.   

I`ve noticed each time i re-watch a series i pick up on something i missed the first time,like in series 2 when they are out cooking in the desert and the rv breaks down,they are sat outside and the camera pans up to the sky and you see 2 planes cross each other.It meant nothing the first time of watching it,but as you know what happened later on ....


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: littleguns on October 04, 2013, 02:02:05 AM
Loved this show and glad it ended the way it did. Not a Dexter fan but heard the ending was horrible.

Interesting as this show has catapulted both Gus Freeman who is now on Revolution as a General prick in the miitary and Hand is the main prick on Under the Dome.

RIP Heizenberg



Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: littleguns on October 04, 2013, 02:08:33 AM
You will be missed!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on October 04, 2013, 05:07:55 AM
I`ve noticed each time i re-watch a series i pick up on something i missed the first time,like in series 2 when they are out cooking in the desert and the rv breaks down,they are sat outside and the camera pans up to the sky and you see 2 planes cross each other.It meant nothing the first time of watching it,but as you know what happened later on ....
Absolutely! It is a show that will keep giving for years to come!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: JasonH on October 04, 2013, 06:00:33 AM
I`ve noticed each time i re-watch a series i pick up on something i missed the first time,like in series 2 when they are out cooking in the desert and the rv breaks down,they are sat outside and the camera pans up to the sky and you see 2 planes cross each other.It meant nothing the first time of watching it,but as you know what happened later on ....

Damn, you're right, good spot!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: cephissus on October 08, 2013, 12:47:17 AM
Just watched the last episode.  My thoughts:

-- The hallucinatory scene where we see Jesse as a carpenter in and idyllic haze, before snapping roughly back to the utter despair of his meth dungeon is... amazing.

-- Jesse's wild-eyed look as he speeds off into the darkness, finally free is awesome, very subtle.

-- Even walt's little stroll through the lab at the very end was... very subdued, and I can't think of a better ending.

-- For people saying the 5th season was boring, I think you're off your rocker.  It had a little bit of everything.  The train caper was signature breaking-bad, showcasing a unique challenge and a solution as creative as any other in the series.  TONS of great dialogue!  If anything, it lacked a powerful villain.  Walt seemed unstoppable, and there were, if anything, just too many different challenges.  It felt a bit fragmented and weaker than, say, the non-stop tension of the first season, when walt and jesse were total amateurs, or the epic battle with Gus that spanned the fourth.

-- The irony of that last phone call to Skyler was fantastic.  I think Walt believed every word of what he said, nonetheless being aware his words would exonerate Skyler.

-- The TV interview with Grey Matter was a brilliant way to reign Walt back in.

-- Todd was an extraordinarily well-acted/written character.  The dude was just utterly devoid of common feelings.  He wasn't "evil", even.  He was just... different.

-- Lydia has a great ass.  Would love to fuck that nervous chattering right out of her.

And finally,

"I did it for myself.  I liked it.  I was good at it.  It made me feel alive."

The best lines in the series, by far.

This show was so great because it showed, in great detail, and in a very believable manner, Walt's transition from a timid, well-mannered but dissatisfied everyman into a real individual, someone who found the courage to shirk his morals and risk everything.  Some people might view the series as a cautionary tale, but I don't.  I don't think Walt had any regrets.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on October 08, 2013, 02:05:00 AM
-- The hallucinatory scene where we see Jesse as a carpenter in and idyllic haze, before snapping roughly back to the utter despair of his meth dungeon is... amazing.

Especially when you go back to season 3, and he's in rehab... talking to the NA/AA group about how much he felt at home with woodworking in his high school class.  "Is that the best you can do?" - In the finale, he's the perfect version of Jesse that he always dreamed of being... he's escaped his meth slavery in his head.

I just put on seasons 1-4 on netflix over the past week... Just about every minute of the finale had some level of foreshadowing in the earlier shows.  Incredibly intelligent.  I bet they're teaching a BB class in film making school eventually.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on October 08, 2013, 02:37:28 AM
-- Lydia has a great ass.  Would love to fuck that nervous chattering right out of her.

Yes, Lydia had a great physique in that skirt

Pity we didn't get to see a spandex or thong-scene before the Ricin kicked in... :D


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 08, 2013, 02:59:13 AM
Now that I think of it...that scene where Jesse is driving away from the compound, wild-eyed and screaming....not only was he free from Todd and the Nazis but free from Walt as well....

Funny also how Todd was so obsessed with Lydia he had a ring tone on his phone with her name in the song title...thats how Walt knew to pick up the phone when the phone was ringing in Todd's pocket as he lay dead


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on October 08, 2013, 03:06:41 AM
Can definately understand Todds obsession with that scottish wench

(http://www.miranda-richardson.com/laurafraser/lf-shoot-3.jpg)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: JasonH on October 08, 2013, 04:25:48 AM
Just watched the last episode.  My thoughts:

-- The hallucinatory scene where we see Jesse as a carpenter in and idyllic haze, before snapping roughly back to the utter despair of his meth dungeon is... amazing.

-- Jesse's wild-eyed look as he speeds off into the darkness, finally free is awesome, very subtle.

-- Even walt's little stroll through the lab at the very end was... very subdued, and I can't think of a better ending.

-- For people saying the 5th season was boring, I think you're off your rocker.  It had a little bit of everything.  The train caper was signature breaking-bad, showcasing a unique challenge and a solution as creative as any other in the series.  TONS of great dialogue!  If anything, it lacked a powerful villain.  Walt seemed unstoppable, and there were, if anything, just too many different challenges.  It felt a bit fragmented and weaker than, say, the non-stop tension of the first season, when walt and jesse were total amateurs, or the epic battle with Gus that spanned the fourth.

-- The irony of that last phone call to Skyler was fantastic.  I think Walt believed every word of what he said, nonetheless being aware his words would exonerate Skyler.

-- The TV interview with Grey Matter was a brilliant way to reign Walt back in.

-- Todd was an extraordinarily well-acted/written character.  The dude was just utterly devoid of common feelings.  He wasn't "evil", even.  He was just... different.

-- Lydia has a great ass.  Would love to fuck that nervous chattering right out of her.

And finally,

"I did it for myself.  I liked it.  I was good at it.  It made me feel alive."

The best lines in the series, by far.

This show was so great because it showed, in great detail, and in a very believable manner, Walt's transition from a timid, well-mannered but dissatisfied everyman into a real individual, someone who found the courage to shirk his morals and risk everything.  Some people might view the series as a cautionary tale, but I don't.  I don't think Walt had any regrets.

Good post, couldn't have said it better myself.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Raymondo on October 08, 2013, 04:26:26 AM
Can definately understand Todds obsession with that scottish wench

(http://www.miranda-richardson.com/laurafraser/lf-shoot-3.jpg)

Looks a bit like Sophie Dee here.

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/38/Sophie_Dee_AEE_2013.jpg)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: The Ugly on October 08, 2013, 05:29:24 PM
Can definately understand Todds obsession with that scottish wench

(http://www.miranda-richardson.com/laurafraser/lf-shoot-3.jpg)

Kwon, not to be a tool, but I've seen this several times. It's definitely. There is no "a." Sorry to correct you, but I thought you might like to know.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on October 08, 2013, 10:16:36 PM
Most definately.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: cephissus on October 08, 2013, 10:23:48 PM
also, Walt's brutal "You stupid BITCH!" was one of the most satisfying moments of television i've lived to see


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 09, 2013, 02:23:47 AM
also, Walt's brutal "You stupid BITCH!" was one of the most satisfying moments of television i've lived to see

that was great but what made me think this was going to be a special show is when way back in season one when he told his boss at the car wash "fuck you and fuck your eyebrows too"..then proceeded to grab his dick at the same time...I had NEVER seen anyone do that on aTV show before :D


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on October 09, 2013, 03:09:16 AM
the show really demonstrates the destructive power of ego.  The inability to just 'take the win'.  The willingness of man to throw it all away because of thick-headedness.  The thin line between legal and illegal, right and wrong.

Hank ran an illegal operation to catch Walt.  It got him killed.  He could have just asked for $10 million and they all sat by the pool laughing.  He could have just accepted the fact that Walt would be dead in months, and he was smarter than the system.  He could have just told his superiors about it - and maybe Walt gets away with it.  Heck, he could have just accepted the promotion, and he'd be a fatcat in DC by now, running the DEA with a stellar career.  He threw it all away on Heisenberg.

Walt was the same way... ego/power... "I'm on the empire business".  He could have retired easily but kept wanting more.  That unwillingness to just let jesse go, well, it cost him everything.  He could have made 12 mil a year with Gus and just let it go.  All this "I want a bigger cut of profits" and "I have to run people over to save Jesse..."  He woudln't accept the way things are.  Ruined everything.  He lost that last year with his family, hiding out, when he should have been by the pool living on the $.

It was maybe one of the smartest shows I've ever seen. I can't think of many that were better at demonstrating the destructive power of human ego.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on October 09, 2013, 05:31:35 AM
the show really demonstrates the destructive power of ego.  The inability to just 'take the win'.  The willingness of man to throw it all away because of thick-headedness.  The thin line between legal and illegal, right and wrong.

Hank ran an illegal operation to catch Walt.  It got him killed.  He could have just asked for $10 million and they all sat by the pool laughing.  He could have just accepted the fact that Walt would be dead in months, and he was smarter than the system.  He could have just told his superiors about it - and maybe Walt gets away with it.  Heck, he could have just accepted the promotion, and he'd be a fatcat in DC by now, running the DEA with a stellar career.  He threw it all away on Heisenberg.

Walt was the same way... ego/power... "I'm on the empire business".  He could have retired easily but kept wanting more.  That unwillingness to just let jesse go, well, it cost him everything.  He could have made 12 mil a year with Gus and just let it go.  All this "I want a bigger cut of profits" and "I have to run people over to save Jesse..."  He woudln't accept the way things are.  Ruined everything.  He lost that last year with his family, hiding out, when he should have been by the pool living on the $.

It was maybe one of the smartest shows I've ever seen. I can't think of many that were better at demonstrating the destructive power of human ego.
Absolutely, but then Breaking Bad would not have been Breaking Bad!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 09, 2013, 06:32:16 AM
the show really demonstrates the destructive power of ego.  The inability to just 'take the win'.  The willingness of man to throw it all away because of thick-headedness.  The thin line between legal and illegal, right and wrong.

Hank ran an illegal operation to catch Walt.  It got him killed.  He could have just asked for $10 million and they all sat by the pool laughing.  He could have just accepted the fact that Walt would be dead in months, and he was smarter than the system.  He could have just told his superiors about it - and maybe Walt gets away with it.  Heck, he could have just accepted the promotion, and he'd be a fatcat in DC by now, running the DEA with a stellar career.  He threw it all away on Heisenberg.

Walt was the same way... ego/power... "I'm on the empire business".  He could have retired easily but kept wanting more.  That unwillingness to just let jesse go, well, it cost him everything.  He could have made 12 mil a year with Gus and just let it go.  All this "I want a bigger cut of profits" and "I have to run people over to save Jesse..."  He woudln't accept the way things are.  Ruined everything.  He lost that last year with his family, hiding out, when he should have been by the pool living on the $.

It was maybe one of the smartest shows I've ever seen. I can't think of many that were better at demonstrating the destructive power of human ego.

You missed the whole point.  It really never was about the money.  Walt made that evident when he was willing to give it all to Hank and when he killed Jack not caring where the $70 million was.  It was about Power, pure power.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: crownshep on October 09, 2013, 09:37:35 AM
Every time you watch BB you notice something you missed the first time. ;D ;D ;D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlYqxl7qKmY[/youtube]


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 09, 2013, 09:45:41 AM
Funny how Walt was a catalyst to that whole plane crash yet no one other than Jesse knows about it.  Fucking classic.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on October 09, 2013, 09:52:27 AM
You missed the whole point.  It really never was about the money.  Walt made that evident when he was willing to give it all to Hank and when he killed Jack not caring where the $70 million was.  It was about Power, pure power.
The money was about taking care of his family!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on October 09, 2013, 09:54:49 AM
LOL!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yi7PJtGCm7w&feature=player_detailpage


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 09, 2013, 09:55:22 AM
The money was about taking care of his family!

That's the funny part.  It wasn't.  He only comes to admit it at the end that it was always about him.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: jude2 on October 09, 2013, 05:31:56 PM
That's the funny part.  It wasn't.  He only comes to admit it at the end that it was always about him.
In the beginning it was about the money for his family, then he got a taste of power. Anyone who experiences power, knows how good it feels.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 10, 2013, 08:02:36 AM
Thank God this fucker didn't get his wish.  He would have ruined one of the best shows ever

Katzenberg Offered to Pay $75 million for Three Extra ‘Breaking Bad’ Episodes

CANNES — Jeffrey Katzenberg, the CEO of DreamWorks Animation, told an audience of TV execs at the Mipcom mart in Cannes that six weeks ago he offered to commission three extra episodes — totaling 180 minutes — of “Breaking Bad.” He offered to pay $25 million per episode, he said.

The episodes would continue from where the show ended.

“I had this crazy idea. I was nuts for the show. I had no idea where this season was going,” he said during the keynote session at Mipcom.


“The last series cost about $3.5 million an episode. So they would make more profit from these three shows than they made from five years of the entire series,” he said.

He explained that he had intended to show the extra content as six-minute segments over 30 days online.

“I said (to them), ‘I’m going to create the greatest pay-per-view television event for scripted programming anybody’s ever done,’ ” he explained.

He planned to charge viewers from around 50 cents to 99 cents per episode.

However, this was before Katzenberg knew where the “Breaking Bad” creative team were taking the storyline, which meant his idea was a non-starter.


Katzenberg told the anecdote to illustrate his belief in the commercial potential of short-form content online.

“I share the story with you only to tell you that I have the courage of my convictions in this. I just think that there is a whole new platform for (short form) entertainment … and the higher the quality of the stuff that fills it, the higher people will be paid for the work that they are doing there,” he said.

DreamWorks Animation bought YouTube entertainment network AwesomenessTV for $33 million at the end of April.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on October 10, 2013, 08:15:52 AM
Now, do you know what I WOULD watch for 3 episodes?

If Walt, Todd, lydia, etc all returned as Zombies and battled rick & friends on the Walking Dead.   Zombie Walt could be just a little smarter than the other zombies, and encourage/lead the other zombies to attack in different ways.  That'd be badass.  Zombie Gus had enough of a brain stem remaining to also return for a few episodes.  

 Breaking Dead.   Make it happen, Hollywood!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on October 10, 2013, 08:34:55 AM
Now, do you know what I WOULD watch for 3 episodes?

If Walt, Todd, lydia, etc all returned as Zombies and battled rick & friends on the Walking Dead.   Zombie Walt could be just a little smarter than the other zombies, and encourage/lead the other zombies to attack in different ways.  That'd be badass.  Zombie Gus had enough of a brain stem remaining to also return for a few episodes.  

 Breaking Dead.   Make it happen, Hollywood!

Add Walt JR and you can call it Walking Bad
(http://i.imgur.com/RYwmu.jpg)

(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-wLDAg8qEnc8/UD0vDqZwD_I/AAAAAAAABwo/BXSQnaa8dq4/s1600/NCOTB-THEWALKINGBAD.jpg)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 10, 2013, 08:40:18 AM


(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-wLDAg8qEnc8/UD0vDqZwD_I/AAAAAAAABwo/BXSQnaa8dq4/s1600/NCOTB-THEWALKINGBAD.jpg)


HAHAHAHA, Holy fuck at him all by himself on the freeway tilted to one side.  hahahaha


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on October 10, 2013, 08:54:36 AM
That's the funny part.  It wasn't.  He only comes to admit it at the end that it was always about him.
He still made sure that the money would be left Walt Jr. through the Schwartz's!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on October 10, 2013, 08:57:15 AM
i thought the dual red dots on them was one of the smartest moments of the entire series. 

Killing them might have been personally rewarding... but this was the unselfish move.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on October 10, 2013, 09:04:09 AM
i thought the dual red dots on them was one of the smartest moments of the entire series. 

Killing them might have been personally rewarding... but this was the unselfish move.
Bottom line the most brilliantly written drama, or should I say television show ever!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: jude2 on October 10, 2013, 05:46:39 PM
Bottom line the most brilliantly written drama, or should I say television show ever!
Agreed.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: The Ugly on October 10, 2013, 09:50:48 PM
Bottom line the most brilliantly written drama, or should I say television show ever!

Really, you saying better than the Sopranos?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Psychopath on October 10, 2013, 10:00:41 PM
Kinda gay how it ended.

Still good though.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Shockwave on October 10, 2013, 10:01:24 PM
So. I hear that dude walter whatever the fuck died.


so.... yeah.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on October 11, 2013, 06:51:40 AM
Really, you saying better than the Sopranos?
I loved the Sopranos too. but the writing in Breaking Bad was so well thought out! Brilliant! I haven't heard anyone say they did not like the ending of Breaking Bad! As for the Sopranos lots of people were dissappointed!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Army of One on October 11, 2013, 06:54:33 AM
Lets be honest, the last couple of seasons of the sopranos sucked balls,breaking bad was quality the whole way through.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 11, 2013, 07:15:29 AM
I loved the Sopranos too. but the writing in Breaking Bad was so well thought out! Brilliant! I haven't heard anyone say they did not like the ending of Breaking Bad! As for the Sopranos lots of people were dissappointed!

the ending scene in the sopranos was kind of a let down. I would rather have seen Tony Soprano go out in a fire fight or in jail.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on October 11, 2013, 07:25:04 AM
Really, you saying better than the Sopranos?

Actually, yes.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: The Ugly on October 11, 2013, 09:42:49 AM
I really need to check this out, it seems.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 11, 2013, 09:49:13 AM
(http://www.gratisimage.dk/image-A3E0_52583A0F.jpg)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Shockwave on October 11, 2013, 10:43:06 AM
I really need to check this out, it seems.
I literally cannot watch the series.... I lived it, I have zero desire to watch it.

(Obviously I dont mean being a cook, just the lifestyle in general, being around those fucking scumbags every day takes a serious mental amd physical toll on you)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: The Ugly on October 11, 2013, 11:44:47 AM
I literally cannot watch the series.... I lived it, I have zero desire to watch it.

(Obviously I dont mean being a cook, just the lifestyle in general, being around those fucking scumbags every day takes a serious mental amd physical toll on you)

I know what you're saying, my brother got caught up in that shit years ago. He was an absolute mess. A miserable existence indeed.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 11, 2013, 11:58:52 AM
I spent 1 year making my own X in college.  Was fucking awesome.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on October 11, 2013, 01:59:26 PM
I know what you're saying, my brother got caught up in that shit years ago. He was an absolute mess. A miserable existence indeed.
My brother did also years ago with crack, I went through hell with him!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: The Ugly on October 11, 2013, 02:00:16 PM
My brother did also years ago with crack, I went through hell with him!

Sorry to hear that. How is he now?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 11, 2013, 03:02:01 PM
I literally cannot watch the series.... I lived it, I have zero desire to watch it.

(Obviously I dont mean being a cook, just the lifestyle in general, being around those fucking scumbags every day takes a serious mental amd physical toll on you)

How did you live it and in what way does being around those guys everyday take a toll on you???


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 11, 2013, 03:04:02 PM
I literally cannot watch the series.... I lived it, I have zero desire to watch it.

(Obviously I dont mean being a cook, just the lifestyle in general, being around those fucking scumbags every day takes a serious mental amd physical toll on you)

oh wait!..I do remember you discussing this last year I think....you admitted you did some heroin and stuff right?...talked about the withdrawal you went through?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 11, 2013, 03:05:04 PM
My brother did also years ago with crack, I went through hell with him!

I had a brother on crack as well.......totally destroyed our family.......even though he gave it up long ago and actually graduated from college, I still have a hard time talking to him today


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Shockwave on October 11, 2013, 03:13:25 PM
oh wait!..I do remember you discussing this last year I think....you admitted you did some heroin and stuff right?...talked about the withdrawal you went through?
Yeah, I've been through and done it all. I'm pretty open about it on here.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 11, 2013, 03:14:40 PM
Yeah, I've been through and done it all. I'm pretty open about it on here.

and you tried meth as well???...whats the high like?...whats it feel like to be addicted to it?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Shockwave on October 11, 2013, 03:17:40 PM
and you tried meth as well???...whats the high like?...whats it feel like to be addicted to it?
It's like cocaine, but on a massive level, and it lasts a long time.

It feels terrible to be addicted.... when you don't have it, it can get borderline suicidal thanks to the massive amounts of dopamine and serotonin that meth releases from the brain... when the meth is gone, the neurotransmitters cease to be produced in the brain until it recovers, and you basically have extreme crippling depression.

When youre using, you're up for days... i got almost borderline schizophrenic towards then end... i'd stay awake for over a week at a time.

It was horrible, but the feeling in your brain is pure bliss, so you think you're having fun.

It's pretty much hell. But still nothing compared to quitting Heroin.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: The Ugly on October 11, 2013, 08:14:23 PM
It's like cocaine, but on a massive level, and it lasts a long time.

It feels terrible to be addicted.... when you don't have it, it can get borderline suicidal thanks to the massive amounts of dopamine and serotonin that meth releases from the brain... when the meth is gone, the neurotransmitters cease to be produced in the brain until it recovers, and you basically have extreme crippling depression.

When youre using, you're up for days... i got almost borderline schizophrenic towards then end... i'd stay awake for over a week at a time.

It was horrible, but the feeling in your brain is pure bliss, so you think you're having fun.

It's pretty much hell. But still nothing compared to quitting Heroin.

Man, I'd hate to be where you've been. I'm glad you came out the other side, though. Stay healthy, bud.





Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 12, 2013, 04:49:28 AM
It's like cocaine, but on a massive level, and it lasts a long time.

It feels terrible to be addicted.... when you don't have it, it can get borderline suicidal thanks to the massive amounts of dopamine and serotonin that meth releases from the brain... when the meth is gone, the neurotransmitters cease to be produced in the brain until it recovers, and you basically have extreme crippling depression.

When youre using, you're up for days... i got almost borderline schizophrenic towards then end... i'd stay awake for over a week at a time.

It was horrible, but the feeling in your brain is pure bliss, so you think you're having fun.

It's pretty much hell. But still nothing compared to quitting Heroin.

I remember you saying you would shit yourself when going through heroin withdrawal...that left an impression on me


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Ronnie Rep on October 12, 2013, 06:54:09 AM
Sorry to hear that. How is he now?
He was hit by a car, and killed almost 2 years ago. It was not drug related. I could start a separate thread with all the stories about what I went through with him. He was Bipolar and had an addictive personality, alcohol, prescription drugs, crack, etc!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: MAXX on October 12, 2013, 07:24:04 AM
Watched first 3 seasons now. It's okay I guess. Kind of moralistic/preachy though. Maybe it's made because of the meth and drug problems in USA.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 12, 2013, 05:05:26 PM
He was hit by a car, and killed almost 2 years ago. It was not drug related. I could start a separate thread with all the stories about what I went through with him. He was Bipolar and had an addictive personality, alcohol, prescription drugs, crack, etc!

please do


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 12, 2013, 05:06:46 PM
Watched first 3 seasons now. It's okay I guess. Kind of moralistic/preachy though. Maybe it's made because of the meth and drug problems in USA.

I got hooked from the first episode....my son kept trying to get me to watch it for three years and I wouldnt....then saw the first episode and was like "wow!"....so you like it?


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: whitewidow on October 13, 2013, 12:22:09 AM
Add Walt JR and you can call it Walking Bad
(http://i.imgur.com/RYwmu.jpg)

(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-wLDAg8qEnc8/UD0vDqZwD_I/AAAAAAAABwo/BXSQnaa8dq4/s1600/NCOTB-THEWALKINGBAD.jpg)

ROTFLMAO!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Kwon_2 on October 15, 2013, 01:16:53 AM
They're crazy for Walt, Skylar et al!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0gnL2L1cXs


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: El Diablo Blanco on October 15, 2013, 06:12:19 AM
They're crazy for Walt, Skylar et al!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0gnL2L1cXs

Skyler looks SUPER sexy fuckable there.  Damn!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: The Ugly on October 15, 2013, 10:20:05 AM
He was hit by a car, and killed almost 2 years ago. It was not drug related. I could start a separate thread with all the stories about what I went through with him. He was Bipolar and had an addictive personality, alcohol, prescription drugs, crack, etc!

Sorry to hear that, Ronnie. Condolences.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 16, 2013, 07:35:29 PM
Just watched the episode where Walt realizes Skylar gave over 600,000 to her boyfriend....the scene where Walt is crying and laughing hysterically and then lays there matches the same closing scene in the series finale


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: jude2 on October 16, 2013, 08:28:34 PM
Skyler looks SUPER sexy fuckable there.  Damn!
I use to love the scenes when he would bang her all the time.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: andreisdaman on October 17, 2013, 01:53:44 AM
I use to love the scenes when he would bang her all the time.

I loved the scenes when he would come home really stressed out and would just grab Skylar and take her...the only thing I wish Breaking Bad would have done better is to have let Walt bang some chicks


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: whitewidow on October 17, 2013, 02:08:49 AM
I think skylers Boss did most of the banging. I only remember walt banging her in the car once and he tried another time when she had face cream on and she rejected him and then flynn came home and saw face cream on the fridge. Flynn was gay right? He was always hanging out with his boyfriend lewis. They never showed Flynn with a girl wich means he was gay with lewis.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on October 17, 2013, 02:20:15 AM
Hilarious... a meth cook named Mr Black gets cancer and tries out teaching for the health insurance.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKJf3nYbIXw


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: FitnessFrenzy on October 17, 2013, 03:42:12 AM
Skyler looks SUPER sexy fuckable there.  Damn!

x 1000


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: whitewidow on October 17, 2013, 04:51:36 AM
x 1000

don't let the clothes and make-up fool you. bitch is nasty!


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: thebrink on October 19, 2013, 04:07:04 PM
don't let the clothes and make-up fool you. bitch is nasty!

its the materials they are attracted to. shes a nasty horse.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on May 06, 2014, 06:53:58 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28kc7w4XIdY


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Papper on May 06, 2014, 10:56:37 PM
I think skylers Boss did most of the banging. I only remember walt banging her in the car once and he tried another time when she had face cream on and she rejected him and then flynn came home and saw face cream on the fridge. Flynn was gay right? He was always hanging out with his boyfriend lewis. They never showed Flynn with a girl wich means he was gay with lewis.

In the deleted scenes Flynn is seen beating it to a bodybuilding mag behind the gas station and gets caught by Skyler


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Quickerblade on June 27, 2014, 05:11:50 AM
In the deleted scenes Flynn is seen beating it to a bodybuilding mag behind the gas station and gets caught by Skyler
(http://acidcow.com/pics/20130410/walt_jr_01.jpg)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Quickerblade on June 27, 2014, 05:18:42 AM
(http://f0.thejournal.ie/media/2013/08/save-walter-1-559x500.png)
(http://img.pandawhale.com/81623-fuck-this-Im-cooking-meth-meme-FTz9.jpeg)

(http://dvomobile.com/jackstreasuretrove/files/2013/09/130917141406-05-bryan-cranston-horizontal-gallery.png)
(http://www.pajiba.com/image/tumblr_mtr392accA1sy1y4vo1_500.png)


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: littleguns on June 27, 2014, 07:02:13 AM
Anyone see that Saul will be getting his own show??Not sure if it will take place before or after meeting Walter


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: dario73 on June 27, 2014, 02:20:20 PM
Now there's the spanish version in Univision.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: Quickerblade on June 27, 2014, 03:41:31 PM
Anyone see that Saul will be getting his own show??Not sure if it will take place before or after meeting Walter
I love that character it reminds me of ari gold.
I look forward to it.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: spach23 on June 27, 2014, 06:46:13 PM
I believe it's going to be a prequel.


Title: Re: Official BREAKING BAD Thread
Post by: 240 is Back on July 22, 2014, 08:37:16 PM
weird.   just weird.