or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Entertainment and Culture › Countdown to Breaking Bad!!!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Countdown to Breaking Bad!!! - Page 100

post #1486 of 2874
Quote:
Originally Posted by curzon View Post

No, because he has no way of getting to them unless he arranges it w/ his new partners, and Walt doesn't have that type of relationship with them. Walt has to kill Lydia. With the 9 unknowns now cut off from their hush money he knows they'll soon flip, and since she's the only one not in the slammer she'll be named. Lydia's the only one who knows Walt and Jesse. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Guessing here, but I think episode 9 will involve Jesse saving Lydia's daughter. In doing do he up ends Walt's plot, putting Lydia into the protective custody of the DEA. In the episode Jesse kills Todd.

I'm not so sure. The new partners see $ and if they see a major asset then they may help. You never know but I wouldnt put it past possibility.
post #1487 of 2874
By the way, the only piece of cheez in that episode was Walt making that guy say his name. That would never really happen, dont care how drunk with power you are.
post #1488 of 2874
Quote:
Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

Lydia and Mike both said that the guys locked up knew about Walt and Jessie.

Know about? Yes, they know there are meth cooks. Know them by real name and/or physical appearance? I'm uncertain about that. They were all on the logistics side of the business, e.g., supply raw materials and distribute finished product. I don't recall seeing any of the 9 prior to Fring's demise, but it's possible Jesse may have been seen when he was riding shotgun with Mike.

Only problem I had with tonight's episode is Mike allowing Walt to retrieve his go bag.
Edited by curzon - 8/27/12 at 6:40am
post #1489 of 2874
Quote:
Originally Posted by curzon View Post

Know about? Yes, they know there are meth cooks. Know them by real name and/or physical appearance? I'm uncertain about that. I don't recall seeing any of the 9 prior to Fring's demise, but it's possible Jesse may have been seen when he was riding shotgun with Mike.
Only problem I had with tonight's episode is Mike allowing Walt to retrieve his go bag.

it's mike's weakness - he was trying to protect Jesse, even though he knew he was putting himself at higher risk. and, frankly, he had underestimated Walt from the begining.
post #1490 of 2874
Guys, I'm afraid I'm over watching this show.
post #1491 of 2874
Quote:
Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

Guys, I'm afraid I'm over watching this show.

Whoever cares, raise your hand.
post #1492 of 2874
Quote:
Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

it's mike's weakness - he was trying to protect Jesse, even though he knew he was putting himself at higher risk. and, frankly, he had underestimated Walt from the begining.

Perhaps. But why not someone he trusts a bit more, say from the pest control crew? Or other associates? Find it hard to believe that it's just Saul, Jesse and Walt. Anyway, if Saul believes there's a possibility he's being watched by the Feds, why then does everyone meet at his office? If he is under surveillance the most likely place of this happening would be... his office, yeah?
post #1493 of 2874
Quote:
Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

Whoever cares, raise your hand.

*crickets*



Amazing episode last night. HOly shit.
post #1494 of 2874
Ugh, this show makes me hate not having cable. Will download and watch it tonight.
post #1495 of 2874
This is my guess at what's to come in the next episode: Walt will get the names from Lydia. Todd has family in jail and he'll have Todd setup the killings or attempt to silence people. Walt won't feel as bad about killing because its through a proxy. Jesse will find out about this and Mike's death and we'll end in a season cliff hanger of Jesse trying to stop Walt (at gunpoint) (and maybe Todd defending Walt and turning a gun on Jesse). Hank and team will feel they are one step closer to finding the boss when they learn of Mike's death and maybe even have a rough physical appearance sketch from someone who flips prior to being killed in jail. Or the person flipping gives out just a little bit of info and is then killed in jail (in a by chance sequence of events) and again the DEA has a stronger notion that there is a single kingpin to be dealt with now. Not sure how much the Arizona guys are going to fit into the story until next year. They don't care about Mike - they only know they are dealing with Walt (and maybe Jesse).

Maybe next year - they (Arizona guys) take Jesse hostage and Walt has one last redeeming act to save him.
post #1496 of 2874
Quote:
Originally Posted by curzon View Post

Know about? Yes, they know there are meth cooks. Know them by real name and/or physical appearance? I'm uncertain about that. They were all on the logistics side of the business, e.g., supply raw materials and distribute finished product. I don't recall seeing any of the 9 prior to Fring's demise, but it's possible Jesse may have been seen when he was riding shotgun with Mike.

+1, They may just know him as the mysterious Heisenberg. I don't think the DEA are aware of Heisenberg but I'm sure they will be once the nine start talking but even then I'm not sure the DEA can identify who Heisenberg is.
Quote:
Only problem I had with tonight's episode is Mike allowing Walt to retrieve his go bag.

Mike didn't have much of a choice, and as someone said he always underestimated Walt. Walt has left a lot of dead people in his wake who have made the same mistake.
post #1497 of 2874
FYI, I would like to play hide the sausage with Lydia.
post #1498 of 2874
Quote:
Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

Guys, I'm afraid I'm over watching this show.

I'm getting there.
Quote:
Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

Whoever cares, raise your hand.

My hand is sort of half raised right now, I'l admit it.
Quote:
Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

By the way, the only piece of cheez in that episode was Walt making that guy say his name. That would never really happen, dont care how drunk with power you are.

Eh, it was very entertaining to say the least.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Teacher View Post

I think this is the beginnning of what I was talking about: Walt's carelessness catching up with him.

Oh, no doubt.

I had a lot of problems with last night's show. The whole business where they apprehend the lawyer was poor writing, IMO. The guy was a lawyer, so either he was under arrest and he knew to keep his mouth shut and call his own lawyer, or he wasn't under arrest and he was free to leave. Either way the whole "sweated him for 14 hours" bit was contrived. Also, how long after Hank got off the v-chat with his boss did they apprehend the lawyer? It would have had to have been at least a couple of weeks. The DEA had to surveil him long enough to know that he made regular (let's assume weekly) trips to that bank. Then they had to get to the bank and show the relationship manager the search/arrest warrant. Also, what PC would they have to execute said warrant?

I don't watch trailers for next week's episode because I continually find them to be misleading, so I have zero idea of what was shown or what people are expecting. That said, everybody (Jesse, Sual, etc.) should assume that Mike is not dead and that he instead just rode off into the sunset. The DEA are going to think that Mike caught wise to the fact that the lawyer flipped on him and that he ran.

Walt isn't going to Kill Lydia. He has a large, but no limitless supply of Methylamine. He knows that one day he will need to get his hands on more. Granted the Phoenix gang might be able to help him with this, but who knows.
post #1499 of 2874
Quote:
Originally Posted by John Doe View Post

+1, They may just know him as the mysterious Heisenberg. I don't think the DEA are aware of Heisenberg but I'm sure they will be once the nine start talking but even then I'm not sure the DEA can identify who Heisenberg is.

The DEA, and especially Hank, definitely know are aware of Heisenberg.
post #1500 of 2874
Thread Starter 
A couple of things:

(1.) As I pointed out before, at least one of Mike's guys knew Walt and Jesse by sight (probably more than one). No, they don't know their addresses and phone numbers, but they have excellent descriptions (including vehicles), and who knows what else they may know? Remember, Mike trusted these guys implicitly. The cops have apprehended people with less information.

(2.) They didn't need to sit on the crappy lawyer. Once they found out he was going to that bank, all they had to do was inquire about his activities. He was very sloppy. That's what that whole subplot with the bank worker was about: she knew him well and told the DEA all about his use of multiple safe deposit boxes (remember how they established that she knew just about every one by memory).

(3.) Hate to see Mike go, but do keep in mind that he was a cold-blooded killer himself..
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Entertainment and Culture
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Entertainment and Culture › Countdown to Breaking Bad!!!