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Countdown to Breaking Bad!!!

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Teacher, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. Gradstudent78

    Gradstudent78 Senior member

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    Jimmy Fallon's Breaking Bad Parody.
     
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  2. globetrotter

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    yeah, there is no way that two truck loads of Nazis with assult rifles can't kill a couple of DEA agents with a hangun and a shotgun. also, there are 3 episodes left, why spare hank now?

    possibly more likely, hank gets wounded and the Nazis won't let walt take him to a hospital and walt ends up crying over a dying hank.
     
  3. in stitches

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    i hope not. id much rather see the end revolve around the DEA than a bunch of trigger happy johnny come lately nazis.


    agree to all this.
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    norcal - yes, he is a pathetic liar. totally transparent. especially when he oversells. i love it. cracks me up. however, jesse has made FAR more careless/spaz attack mistakes than walt. not even close. he has more street smarts, or he did at the get go, but walt is a much better operator than jesse imo.
     
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    Mike did not respect Jesse; he felt sorry for him and grew to like him. Big difference. I think Mike actually grew to respect Walt's intelligence and ingenuity he just thought Walt was scum and hated him.
     
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  5. NorCal

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    I don't agree. At first, yes, but Jesse kept coming through in tough situations. At first they were manipulating him so he would keep his head straight for the cook, but I think Mike was surprised that Jesse actually reacted to the staged attack. Then he did not blink when they were flexing on the dude who stole the money, and surprised them by figuring out that they were bluffing. Then he stepped up and saved Mike during the cartel attack and flexed on the Mexican cook, which made F. smile. Then there was the magnet idea. There were others as well where Jesse displayed more then just street smarts.

    Finally, they were ready to hand the cook over to him and it was Jesse keeping Walt alive.

    As for spazzing out, that is pretty much Walt's specialty. Honestly, it is his inability to let a situation be and to overreact that gets him in so much trouble.


    Ironically, the Nazies are the smoothest operators we've seen to date, although I don't think that will last. Because, you know, Nazi.
     
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    Jesse's mistakes seem to be centered around his addiction and his guilt. The first he seems to have dealt with, or at least is trying to, and the second just makes him human.
    Honestly, his latest spree of guilt driven acts has me shaking my head but they are in many ways understandable.
     
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    :laugh: That was nicely put.
     
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    whatever the reason, his missteps were far more egregious than walts. but i do see your point of view.
     
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    Hank dying at the hands of the Nazis is what is going to precipitate Walt "disappearing" with the help of Saul's guy. Hank dies and then Marie spills the beans on Walt and shows Jesse's confession video to the DEA, making Walt the DEA's most wanted.
     
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  10. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Heard there will be a spin off show called "better call Saul"
     
  11. munchausen

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    Yeah they've been talking about it for a while but they just confirmed it this week.
     
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    I'm feeling anxious about this episode. What will happen.
     
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    My cable box picked a great time to stop working.
     
  15. Piobaire

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    $80 million?!

    And the poll was correct!
     
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    "What the hell is wrong with you! We're family." :worship:

    I barely breathed that entire hour. Incredible.
     
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    Hank killed Saul.
     
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    Seriously. Most emotionally intense hour of television I can remember.
     
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    I haven't seen Walt Jr. that upset since Skylar gave him turkey bacon.
     
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