Really good episode tonight. I wish I had this whole season to just watch. All well.
The final scene of this last episode (11) is one of the best TV moments I ever had the pleasure to watch. Walter's Joker laugh + Skyler's horror + Marie's crying + that sinister music in the background gave me the biggest chills ever, even when watching it a 3rd or 4th time. Absolutely brilliant!
The ending also created a huge number of branches for the action to take... can't wait to see which one is chosen. One thing is clear though... if Walter wants to survive and save his family, Heisenberg has to come out.
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Cranston, man...That was intense, unnerving, and it's gonna get darker before the dawn, if there is one. Who knows.
I so wanted Skyler to just go ape-sh%@ on Ted, but what happened made me lol. A-team, heh.
Also, poor Marie. I used to hate her character, but now I'm as sad for her as anyone.
He's spent large amounts on Hank's medical bills/rehabilitation, Saul's lawyer/laundering fees + taxes to clean the money, his apartment, and the car wash. I think they paid 800k cash to Eyebrows for the car wash, and obviously the money Sky took for Ted's IRS fees left them with less than half a mill.
One of my fav shows its brilliant, highly recommended.
breaking bad is just so ridiculously awesome. one of the very few things on TV actually worth watching.
I thought this season was pretty shit, but these last two episodes have really changed my mind, they've been awesome!
It's leading up to some sort of catastrophe thats going to be the cliffhanger for the final season.
Well, that's not really out of character for this show. Walt's excruciatingly lame 'real' life has always been an element, with slow build-ups to the craziness. We needed to, and continue to need to see why Walt has this need to be respected burning away at him. At least Skylar's interesting now and not just a nag.
The most interesting question to me right now is this: Don Whateverio said, in the flashback, "I won't kill you; I know who you are". We don't yet, but Walt is going to find out soon enough. I expect that begging Saul to help disappear him was the last shred of Walter White and this week we'll see a return of Heisenberg.
So wtfffff did Gus see that made him realize he shouldn't get in the car? It seemed so perfect, but he knew/saw something that kept him from getting in his car...
I can see Jesse killing Gus in the last episode probably just before Gus is about to kill Walter.
I think the next season is the last so I expect Hank to find some sort of clue relating Jesse to the ''mob'' setting up a full season next year of Hank being on Jesse's trail and finally finding out about Walters involvement too.
i originally started watching this show this season. about 3 episodes in I stopped. but, my best friend came home from Italy on leave and him and his wife started watching it on Netflix. i watched it with them. it hooked me back in. and now, with the season finale coming next week, i really don't want it to end.
i kept asking myself throughout last nights episode, why Gus just didn't kill Jesse...then it all came together when Jesse went to Walt's. seems that Gus only really takes measures when it is absoultely imperative for him to do it and no one else. its really gonna be interesting if whats-his-face(the guy who got shot like 4 times down in Mexico. Gus's "bodyguard" of sorts) comes back up.
i also wonder if Walt will get backed in a corner enough to actually tell Hank about all of it and try to get some sort of protection. idk if he could. im not that law-savy. lol.
Was yesterdays episode the final? Because i'm not sure if it was, but if it was the ending was abit of a let down.
I'm thinking what tipped Gus off was that Jesse's reaction wasnt consistent to the death of his brother...
so it possibly set off a red flag that the Jesse was staging things, so Gus needed to break his routine...
then again, who the !@#$ knows with this show ?