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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by GoPackGo, Sep 8, 2013.
Gomie certainly picked up Walt's pistol.
I'm still on the fence about LWS...it's a very dark show (mood-wise), and I'm trying to hang in there. I do like it...
NOW...back to our regularly-scheduled programming.
So I read part of the thread and realized (not sure if it was mentioned didnt read all 11 pages) the people shooting at Hank should of got back in one SUV/Truck and drove around in flank position or heck just run them over but maybe that will happen beginning of next episode !!!!!
Wait - isn't that the show about the ordinary guy who gets involved in a drug plan and winds up getting deeper and deeper every week and starts killing people to protect his empire?
These aren't the same shows?
With that many guys, the fire power they had, and ANY training....the would be easily able to overtake and flank them....even without having to get into a vehicle.
There's no need for flanking unless they wanted to catch Hank and Gomey by surprise. With the way it played out, with the AB thinking they were showing up to just Jesse and Walt, and with the way it actually turned out, with just two guys with the wrong types of weapons for the situation, there was no need for flanking. Uncle Jack, Todd, and crew should have been able to take Hank and Gomey out within seconds, without the need for firing hundreds of rounds and putting Walt in danger.
Since one of you is out, that leaves one more of you to continue enjoying the show!
Phew! I'm really eager to see how this all pans out.
I'm hoping it was all just a bad dream... of Marie's...
I'm thinking Todd will take out his perceived rival; Jessie.
I will be disappointed if the show's final showdown is NOT between Walt and Jesse. Thus, I don't want Jesse to be dead in this firefight.
Cranston's Malcolm in the Middle character wakes up and find it was all a bad dream!
That was pretty funny, the first couple of times.
The past few hundred, not so much...
When people were predicting Jesse's demise in an earlier thread I said the same. I really believe the scenes AFTER the flash forward are going to involve Jesse, this show is about the two of them more than any other relationship.
The Better Call Saul spinoff has been given the go ahead (sorry if that's a spoiler).
I can't see it working. Saul is the perfect character for small doses.
I hope they just do it right. A little humor, a little drama and a couple stories to play with. Sort of like The Office?
You mean The Office when it featured Bob Odenkirk