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Breaking Bad 9/1/13 "Rabid Dog"

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by jkeegan, Sep 1, 2013.

  1. Sep 3, 2013 #141 of 253
    DreadPirateRob

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    Jessie has done some terrible things, but he seems to show genuine remorse, which is more than anyone else has shown.
     
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    modnar

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    When a DEA agent trained in that kind of driving is behind the wheel?
     
  3. Sep 3, 2013 #143 of 253
    mooseAndSquirrel

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    I didn't realize that Jesse did not know about the family connection. He looked stunned at the picture of Skyler and Santa.
     
  4. Sep 3, 2013 #144 of 253
    uncdrew

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    Burners.

    You buy cheap. You throw them away.
     
  5. Sep 3, 2013 #145 of 253
    modnar

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    He knew about the family connection. I think it was just surreal for him to be seeing the Walter White version of Heisenberg.
     
  6. Sep 3, 2013 #146 of 253
    Bierboy

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    The family connection to what? That picture wouldn't indicate any connection to the drug trade.
     
  7. Sep 3, 2013 #147 of 253
    uncdrew

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    Exactly right.

    People confessing tend to do it in stages. First round they protect themselves and only tell the stories implicating others and tend to not disclose stuff they did.

    I'm sure Jesse admitted to many things, but not murder.


    And Skylar has no issue at all killing Jesse. She's hated him for a long time now. And now he's actually coming after her.
     
  8. Sep 3, 2013 #148 of 253
    GoPackGo

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    But Hank referred to him as a murderer when speaking to Gomez. I think we can assume that Jesse told them about Gale based on that.
     
  9. Sep 3, 2013 #149 of 253
    DevdogAZ

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    If Jesse told them about Drew Sharp, then he's already admitted to being an accomplice to murder. Based on Jesse's state of mind as we've seen it, I don't think he was holding anything back when he made his confession.

    On a side note, during this week's podcast, they said that Jesse's full confession will be available on the special edition Blu-ray set.
     
  10. Sep 3, 2013 #150 of 253
    uncdrew

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    Didn't The Sopranos have the same thing going on?


    EDIT: I know you didn't say Breaking Bad is the only show to have ever done this, of course.
     
  11. Sep 3, 2013 #151 of 253
    uncdrew

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    Jesse's not a bad person?

    Yeowzers, that's insane. The list of bad things he's done in his life is worthy of 10 bad people.

    So he gets a bit weepy because a kid he liked was poisoned. He's still a bad person. And has been for years, since we first met him.

    A good person would have done things very differently than Jesse.
     
  12. Sep 3, 2013 #152 of 253
    DevdogAZ

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    Pulling a uncdrew and quoting myself:

    As long as we're talking about the podcast, something I found interesting that we haven't discussed in the previous threads for the last few episodes is that the episodes we've seen so far for this season were filmed in December and January in and around Albuquerque. They have talked about how cold it was for some of the exterior shoots, including the scene with Walt digging the hole for the money and the scene with Walt, Jesse, and Saul in the desert. Supposedly it was like 5 or 10 degrees on those days, and the actors would run to their cars and/or shove their hands in their pockets filled with hand warmers as soon as a take was over. I'm still not sure how they managed to film those scenes without being able to see everyone's breath as they talked.
     
  13. Sep 3, 2013 #153 of 253
    uncdrew

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    Might end Gomie's career too, unfortunately.

    Gomie's gonna have to decide if and when to report this, and I don't think can hide behind "Hank told me not to."
     
  14. Sep 3, 2013 #154 of 253
    DevdogAZ

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    That's a good point. Hank's goose is cooked either way, but Gomey basically has about 24-48 hours to report this to the DEA, so they better be hoping that whatever Jesse's plan is, Jesse is able to pull it off very fast.
     
  15. Sep 3, 2013 #155 of 253
    uncdrew

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    How long ago was the train heist? What they stole was replaced with water, creating a very slightly diluted methylamine -- might already be used and not noticed.

    That crime seemed like after a time would be very hard to prove, if even noticed.
     
  16. Sep 3, 2013 #156 of 253
    DevdogAZ

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    You're right. I had forgotten that they only stole a small percentage of the total amount of methylamine in the tanker. I was thinking that when it got to the other end, they basically had a tanker car full of water. But you are correct. They had slightly diluted methylamine, which they probably wouldn't have even noticed if they weren't specifically looking for it, and it would probably all be distributed and used by now.

    So please disregard my saying that they could verify Jesse's story through that means.
     
  17. Sep 3, 2013 #157 of 253
    uncdrew

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    I disagree with the thought that taking Heisenberg from Walt would destroy Walt. Walt is much smarter than that, and wouldn't ruin everything to prove he's Heisenberg.

    He knows he was the best at it, the only people he might care know it was Walt. I really don't think he cares much if the public thinks it was him or not. In fact, if he could make the world think someone else was Heisenberg I think he would and be quite content in his genius.

    It's like the Kaiser Sose quote: "The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist."
     
  18. Sep 3, 2013 #158 of 253
    uncdrew

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    True, I didn't see that until after I posted. That sure does lean towards him saying that.

    Unless Hank just assumes with all the deaths surrounding Walt/Jesse that it's safe to pin some on Jesse. Truly, I don't think Jesse's character would have said that. He seemed hellbent in screwing Mr. White and I would assume his conversation was focused on that. But evidence does lead to towards Jesse telling all, including him murdering someone.

    I still content Jesse is a bad person though. :p
     
  19. Sep 3, 2013 #159 of 253
    getreal

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    I think the photo with Skyler and Santa just made Jesse aware of the family as normal, happy people -- versus the stilted supper he shared with them at their lowest point in their relationship.
     
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    DevdogAZ

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