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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by jkeegan, Sep 29, 2013.
"Elliot, if we're gonna go in that direction you're gonna need a bigger knife."
He talked about it on the Breaking Bad Insider Podcast as well. (I believe it was podcast #509, the first of this "5B" season.) He said they had the idea that the White House was deserted, with the skateboarders in the pool and such, but they needed some reason for Walt to go to the house. So, they decided he would go in and retrieve the poison. Up until that time they had no plans for the poison at all, but once they made it a point for him to retrieve it they knew they would have to figure out something for him to do with it.
I swear to God that last week I was going to post that Walt was going to use the Schwartz' to get money to his family. But I didn't post it.
Yes, it is. I didn't remember him from Breaking Bad when I saw him in Suits, but I did recognize him when seeing him in last week's episode. He's Adam Godley, who did also play Nigel Nesbitt in Suits.
Holy frick! I have seen Valley Girl a bunch of times but never put that together.
I know, it was not represented to be. Just a Baby Blue song. TY!
That's what it was. I didn't recognize him as being from Breaking Bad when he was Nigel, but those ears tipped me off to it last night.
Well 2 low level scrubs in 1 car is hardly surrounded
I mentioned it in my initial post after the episode aired.
And the teacher in the pageant at the end of Love Actually.
Nazi guy thinks he's an honest man. He's fair and trustworthy. Why else would he have given Walt part of his money?
And although they didn't admit that they had wronged him, they didn't deny it or act all insulted either.
Did she even believe Walt when he said he didn't kill him?
Now that I think about it, I don't really know anyone who watches it either. A lot of my friends are going to start finally, although I've been telling them they should since season 1.
If it was still snowing, Walt's footprints would be covered up pretty quickly.
I wasn't familiar with the song--at first I thought it sounded like Paul McCartney.
We discussed last week whether Marie and Skyler were on good terms. I assumed not since Marie didn't seem to be helping her financially, and it seems I was right. Poor Marie--you know she wants to get her hands on that baby.
Jack always "shook on it" for every deal he made with Walt. Might seem silly for an Aryan Brother but they were consistent about this trait. A deal is a deal.
I think Skylar believed him. My wife yelled out "TRUTH" when he said "I did it for me." Everything he said from that point, she believed.
Vince definitely mentioned it in the 509 podcast, and I think a couple other times in subsequent podcasts as well. And since the podcast goes through the scenes of each episode chronologically, that discussion should be near the beginning of the 509 podcast.
One thing I didn't get--at some point they showed a nicely groomed Jesse making a box out of wood? That was Jesse, wasn't it? I assumed he was day dreaming, but I didn't get the point.
That's where I recognize him from.
He was daydreaming while chained on Todd's methlab dogrun. It harkened back to a story he told a few seasons ago (while in rehab?) about his pride in a box he had built in shop class, but that he traded it for some weed.
Yes. It was. Yes, he was dreaming.
It was a call back to a story he told in a meeting for addicts in recovery.
Either I have you on ignore or one or two posts does not a discussion make
May da Schwartz be wit ya!
I did my part!