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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by jkeegan, Sep 1, 2013.
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Skylar: "What's one more?"
I heard an interview with Anna Gunn where she said that Skylar has become like Lady MacBeth...Out, out, damn spot, indeed!
The hour went by so fast...now half of this "season" is over!
p.s. Is Walter White the last person on Earth (besides my mom) to own a flip-phone?
Part of me laments "if ONLY that bald guy wasn't there waiting for his kid! A misunderstanding!! Walt could have tried justifying it not being a deadly poison, and we could have seen that exchange!" but then I remembered Jessie was wearing a wire.
Walt is so bad at the small lies. What a huge tell - the entire gas pump story it was almost cringe-worthy it was so bad.
And the kid just handed him an out, and he was too proud to take it.
It's also interesting that while he can be the scariest badass on the face of the Earth ("I'm the one who knocks"), apparently he can't do it while searching for somebody in his house with a gun in his hand.
Brilliant physical performance by Cranston!
On twitter they're calling them "Skisenberg"
So what did Jesse tell Hank?
Everything? Including killing Gayle?
YES! Love the Jesse and Hank dynamic duo and Gomie is now in on it!
I'm pretty sure Jesse told them everything, even Gayle.
That seemed to go by awfully quick. But I don't think Jesse would admit to murder.
Wondered that too. When Hank referred to the junkie in the other room, I don't think he said "the murderer in the other room".
Maybe gave just enough to screw over Walt.
But still, like Jesse said, it's all Jesse-said vs Walt-said stuff.
Did Hank tell Jesse about Walt's "confession video" threat? I doubt it.
If they can't get Walt, does Jesse still go down for all the stuff he admitted to? He had to admit cooking with him, carrying a ricin cigarette with the intent to kill Gus, etc.
Is Hank free from the video threat just with the new Jesse videotape alone?
I was a bit surprised at this. I was also glad to see that Walt really didn't want to kill Jessie, until he was backed into a corner.
I guess Hank's play now is to claim that he couldn't go to the DEA because of Walt's close connections there, but since he let Gomez in on it they can't say he was hiding anything?
He'd have to fudge the timeline (and Gomie would have to go along with it), but I guess that could work, especially in TV-land...
Ditto. Saul suggested it again, and Walt smacked him down. Skyler even suggested it, and I was still waiting for Walt to say he was family. Still holding out hope beyond hope that circumstances let Walt say that at some point.
Felt like saying "See? Told ya so!!" in the thread mid-episode.
Sad to see him make the call he made at the end. Maybe it's somehow not what we expect.
They listened to Badger & Skinny Pete for an hour, talking about Babylon 5.
Whoa.. We don't know if Hank told Gomez about Walt's "confession" video..
I was a bit surprised by it, too. It didn't ring quite true for me.
I also felt cheated out of seeing Hank bring Gomie up to speed. That could have been a good scene for both actors.
I'm not sure how I felt about this episode, actually. Though the first scene, with Walt searching his home for Jesse, was excellent. For a moment there I thought he'd find Jesse dead, self-inflicted.
Also: was there some special significance to the CD in Saul's car? I didn't quite follow that.
Actually, he did. He said the "junkie murderer" dribbling on my guest bathroom.
I briefly wondered if it was a copy of Walt's "if I die" confession DVD. Whatever it was, Jessie was using it to snort drugs.
I was too but he ended the episode with fatal plans for my boy so I still think WW is the devil and want him to die.