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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Johncv, Jun 5, 2013.
What differed in the censored and uncensored versions?
I notice a lot of the censoring in the Netflix versions, which is really strange.
harsher language (although not *that* harsh!). They censored out when Jesse tells Walt he doesn't want to wear the safty suit because it will "look gay" (or maybe he said "look like a fag", I can't remember).
There were a few scenes totally cut out, like when Skyler gives Walt a handjob for his 50th birthday. Also some early car wash scenes were totally cut for no reason I can see (when Walt is forced to wash the wheels of one of his students while he and his girlfriend watch and make fun of Walt).
Here are some more (but far from complete):
I'm sorry. I didn't realize that was an indisputable fact not to be questioned.
What's eerie about it?
All I see is a face in the smoke or that's what I think it is. Am I correct, is that suppose to be scary?
I don't see a face. It's like clouds.
I see a big sperm holding a gun.
AK-47 or AR-15?
I think it's the .50 cal that Walt bought during the opening scene of S5.
Now that's more like it.
A great refresher of the first 4.5 seasons. Obviously includes spoilers through the first half of season 5.
This is hysterical. Bryan Cranston walked the floor of comicon wearing a lifelike Heisenberg mask as his disguise. Story and pics:
Beats Karen Gillan, who was on the Guardians of the Galaxy panel (or maybe just a Marvel movie panel) and whipped off a very realistic wig to reveal her shaved head (for the movie). Then, in an idiotic burst of enthusiasm, she tossed the wig into the audience. "Um, I'm gonna need that back..." Right, like THAT was going to happen. So apparently, she's now bald until she can get a replacement wig.
That is awesome! Even the glasses. And then the mask sitting there in front of him while he spoke. Nicely done Bryan.
Here's a video of the whole panel. The mask stuff is in the first 10 minutes.
She got the wig back at the end of the panel I think.
Could be the report I saw was from a live-tweet before the end...
Here you go:
Thanks for posting this.
I wonder if there is anyone that got pictures taken with him when he was walking the floor and didn't know (yet) that it was really him and not just a guy in a mask.
NY Times is having a panel discussion with Vince Gilligan and the cast on 7/30 at 6:30 PM EDT:
Live simulcast at http://nytimes.com/artsbeat