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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by mostman, Aug 20, 2012.
he wasn't touching that great looking steak because it was BBQ chicken.
Someone mentioned a theory that Walt will kill Skyler. I sure hope so. And sooner rather than later. Ive always hated her character. Always moody. Always bitchy. Not even attractive enough to put up with. Can't wait to see her die.
Geez I sound morbid.
I think everyone involved is gonna die. Except Jesse.
Yeah, I've been hearing that by now almost everyone's supposed to be rooting against Walt. And Skylar is obviously a victim now. But I'm still rooting for Walt. And I'm still hoping he gets rid of Skylar sooner rather than later.
WOW, I actually remember that show, but I never put it together that Mike was that guy!!
Looking back at the opening of S05E01 where Walt is 52 in the diner... does anyone think that it's possible that he's in the Witness Protection Program in NH, and is forced to come back to ABQ to "take care of business"?
It's just an idea that popped into my head. I don't think that would make for great TV for the last 8 episodes, but it sort of fits that scene.
(wild ass guess==no spoiler)
Not a bad idea. I suppose anything is possible at this point. However, I don't think it would happen, because I don't see Walt as being able to provide testimony against someone above him. That's kind of the whole point of the series, that Walt has maneuvered himself into the top spot.
But even if it does happen, I don't see why that would have to be the final 8 episodes. I'm assuming that "flash forward" scene at the opening of S5E1 will take place in the last one or two episodes of the series. If the WitSec thing you're talking about happens, there's no reason it would have to take more than an episode or two to establish.
I was pondering this scenario. Walt cooks for the Phoenix crew for a while. Saves up some serious cash. Hank figures it all out and finally confronts Walt. Walt turns in the entire Phoenix crew in exchange for WitSec. And maybe he throws Skylar under the bus at the same time.
In an earlier episode of S5, Hank was talking to Mike talking about that 2million in his granddaughter's name, and Hank said something like "and you may be able to keep some of it if you just tell us where it came from". Implying that if you do cooperate with the DEA, they won't seize all your assets.
I just don't have a reason why Walt would come back to ABQ with a machine gun.
How ironic would it be if Walt went into Witness Protection and wound up in an unfulfilling career as a high school chemistry teacher? Wouldn't happen that way in real life, but the irony of it would make for a good schadenfreude-filled ending.
I do think the ending has Walt alive and stuck in some remarkably ordinary existence.
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List of actors with credits on both Breaking Bad and Seinfeld.
Best. Laugh track. Ever.