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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by GoPackGo, Sep 15, 2013.
OMG. This is intense! Poor Jesse, forced to cook for Todd and Co.
Damn impressed that the people who live on Negra Arroyo Lane didn't spoil that scene for the rest of us.
Walter is a bastard.
I think Walter is dead now. He's Heisenberg only at this point.
Holy *****. One of the most intense hours of TV I've ever seen.
I guess Hank's not gonna win now.
I thought of an appropriate ending, which is kind of moot now. Walt beats everyone, and on his deathbed finds out Flynn is now addicted to meth.
This was a very tough episode to watch.
At first it was like "Gomez.. And Hank... The pleading for Hank.. Walt loses all of his money."..
Then it turned out Jack left him a barrel ($10,000,000)...
Then Walt says "Pinkman"
Then Walt stops them to tell Jesse that he watched Jane die.
It was very tough to watch after that. I'm sure that's how some of you have felt all season. It was tough to watch.
I did appreciate how it started out, with the flashback.
Walt Jr knows..
How many people are going to misunderstand Walt's phone call to Skyler? She certainly got it. That's obviously why he had to take Holly (although I can imagine a slight chance that he initially took her without thinking, but I prefer thinking he needed her to back up the call).
We saw someone actually get in the car. Somehow glad to see that it's not a scam where they take your money and then just shoot you in the desert.
Excellent episode, exactly what it needed to be, but it was tough to watch. Can't wait to watch it again.
My chest hurts. For real. First I thought Jesse was toast. Then Flynn. Then Holly. Uggggh.
Was that scene where Jesse saw the birds a callback to an earlier episode? And what about the place where he bought the truck? Have we seen that place before?
This had to be the most intense "hour" of television I've seen since The Shield....unbelievable, Emmy-worthy on so many counts...wow...I'm speechless....
Well, explain it then.
Wow. And wow.
I thought Skylar or Flynn was going to die from falling on the knife.
I had to pause at the spot when Walt told Jesse about Jane.
And Jesse cooking for Todd/Lydia. Good call on Todd's part - at least for them. Not so much for Jesse.
Just to make sure I didn't misunderstand, give us your synopsis.
And I think I'm gonna watch that scene again real soon.
Creator Vince Gilligan called this ep his favorite of the series...although that article has some misinformation on who, from past eps, appeared in it. Apparently IMDB listed many of them, but they didn't appear.
That was some hard core stuff
He told Jesse about Jane. Told him about Jane.
And then the way he told off Skyler..
Seriously? I figured people here would get it..
He did that for her. Of course he knew the police were there (he heard Walt Jr call them - that's why he fled alone). He called and yelled at her, giving her an out. He let her appear at least somewhat innocent (even if complicit to an extent). He yelled at her, and told her that she didn't obey him. He painted himself as the sole bad guy, to save his family.
My thoughts too. What is the hidden meaning that we're missing?
Except the article wasn't accurate at all.
I was in Albuquerque this weekend and went by the house, if only I would have thought to look for the skid marks!
Great episode. This is crazy!
Yes, but a lot of what he said to Skyler seemed to be for show. He's trying to look like more of a bastard than he actually is.
Which is going some!
Hey, I was right!
For about 12 minutes. Including flashback, titles, and commercial break.
But still, I was right!