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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by GoPackGo, Sep 8, 2013.
I agree...that sounds more likely.
My final 3 prediction. Hank and Gomez are dead. Walt is blamed in the media for the murders. (This is why the neighbor was scared of him)
Walt and family call up the vacuum repair company and get out of town.
Aryans beat the info out of Sal, which leads to the repairman which leads them to the family.
Big gun is for the the Aryans, ricin for Lydia.
I didn't see him actually leave the car either. Hand on the door and watching the gun play.
He did. We discussed it to death in that episode's thread.
I had the same thought, that there could be multiples, but I don't like it. If that were the case I would have liked to have seen him walk out of the convenience store with a strip of tickets.
Actually I think it will drive her forward with a singular vision of protecting the children.
Who tracked Hank?
Maybe it was just my brain filling in the blanks, but I could have swore there was a shot of the car door open and no Jesse, then more shots of the gunfight, then credits.
Can't you just stay off facebook for a day or two?
Can't be...if Hank and Gomez are dead, then there's nobody to tell the world that Walt was there at all.
It's based on conventional TV logic applied to a very unconventional show, but I still say Gomie dead, Hank injured but alive, Jesse fled and fine. I'm not sure how they get there, and my confidence is not high, but that would seem the most likely scenario in terms of getting to the show's end.
It would be better (less "common") if Hank dies and Gomie is injured but alive...
What I recall (I watched twice) is that Jesse had his hand on the door handle, and the door just beginning to open. That was the last shot of Jesse. I don't remember a shot of the car w/o Jesse. But I do believe he escaped off-screen or is in the process of escaping during the gun battle.
Just how many rounds can a pump-action shotgun hold? And did Hank ever re-load? I'd guess at most Hank had 12-15 rounds, which go pretty darn quick. Gomie? What, 10 rounds maybe? And he can't hit anything 30 feet away? Nobody goes down? Yikes.
Can't believe this thread is 5 pages long in less than 24hrs!
Anyways...was this the first time Walt admitting he poisoned the kid? Don't remember him ever saying so.
Most absurd shootout ever, in the entire history of absurd shootouts!
Jack's crew: Superior firepower, numbers, cover and position.....
DEA agents: literally sitting ducks
Jack's crew being already portrayed as at least a somewhat competent force at the buried lab. Against an equally sized/armed force to boot. But none of them can hit either one of two completely uncovered, stationary targets. (AKA Hank or Gomez) pfffffffffffffft
Todd has already demonstrated he's the most expert pistol marksman on the planet headshotting a HELMETED target half the size of either Hank or Gomez ON THE DRAW!
Also Hank and Gomey are operating completely off book, and while yeah much of what they've heard and found may allow the entirety of law enforcement to crawl up Walt's arse and take up permanent residence, almost none of what they've recently discovered could be used to directly convict him due in no small part to just that simple fact.
In fact, the way they've been going about things lately, both of them could/would most likely be brought up on charges themselves under the right(wrong?) conditions.
It's not that many pages. Change those settings man !!!!!
Buying multiple tickets at the same time with the same number would make no sense, and look suspicious to the cashier. He'd have to buy them at different times/locations.
I thought it interesting that Hank identified himself as "police" instead of "DEA."
You must not have been around for the Lost threads.
Uh, what does the episode title mean?
Being that cops have taken away hundreds of dollars by "arresting" it for being drug money until and after being proven otherwise, I would think that Walt would lose the barrel stashes, even if he walked.
It's the Res where most of the action took place.
Not to mention that cars are only bullet-proof in Hollywood.
It really was that bad.
They could have at least filmed it so that Hank and Gomie had taken cover behind a vehicle as the badies were driving up.