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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by jkeegan, Sep 29, 2013.
Not to reopen a long discussion but I didn't get the feeling that he was actually determined to kill Jesse moments earlier. He only started complaining to Jack about Jesse not being dead when they put the gun to his head and were about to kill him (yet he still didn't have the car keys in his hand). He needed to buy a few seconds worth of time. That worked. And when he saw Jesse in his slave-like state, he decided to save him.
ugh, Walt already contracted Jack to kill Jesse for flipping on him to the DEA -- that didn't change. He wanted Jesse dead in the desert.... and then when he heard Jesse was still cooking the Blue meth, he definitely wanted Jesse dead as well... until he saw Jesse in chains and being held as a slave is what changed his mind.
Eh, he's had months to sit out in the woods, not thinking about Jesse at all (except possibly regretting that he had to kill him, maybe). Up until he heard about the blue meth, he wasn't thinking about him. After hearing about the blue meth, it's not clear what he was thinking.. We can guess he was mad that Jesse teamed up with Jack, but that's only if he really believed that. He could be mad at Jack for using Jesse to sell more of HIS blue meth. I think there's a chance that he was indifferent to Jesse at this point, and only mentioned him to stall for time so he could reach those keys.
I'm thinking of trying to be Walter White for Halloween. Don't know where I'd find the right hat and jacket, or yellow hazmat suit. But I was looking through pictures to see if I could find the right look and came across this. Thought you all might enjoy it.
You can buy a print of this graphic in various sizes here.
Just go in your undies.
I knew that would be the first response.
It's the wrong bear. That one has both eyes.
Well in the whole context of the series, yes, he's the anti-hero. But if the finale was a standalone movie, he'd be the hero. That's just what I don't like about the finale. The show is still absolutely phenomenal.
GLAAD sponsored a "wear purple" day last week- maybe this is related?
My husband dressed as Walter for an event last week- please excuse the hasty shadow removal.
This isn't the first time this subject has come up in my life, so I think I may have issues seeing pinks and purples.
Are all you guys saying Cranston was wearing purple in those pictures?
I see hot pink.
Wow, Toni, that's pretty good! :up:
Looks more magenta to me.
I thought it was salmon.
Close, but I think Magenta is more purpley red. I still say Fuchsia, which is more a purpley pink.
You are color blind!!!
meh...I saw trout...
I wanna know if he was pink for gay rights or pink for breast cancer awareness.
From the one pose, I'd say #1.
Heck, who remembers when Cranston got a latex mask made up of Walt and put it on during Comic-Con and went around the floor as Walter White?
(That mask was later sold on eBay, but there's YouTube footage of Cranston walking around in the mask dressed as Walt. I'm sure most of the people visiting didn't even realize it.
anyhow, it should be fairly easy to find a yellow tyvek suit if you want to dress up - it's a standard color. Just find out where the contractors shop for construction supplies (think slightly more "pro" than Home Depot, though even HD may have some)