Anybody watching Breaking Bad on AMC? - Page 2
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Gus had to show what failure meant and the boys handled it well. Hank's role will be an interesting storyline. He's getting pretty depressed and may flip for the money. He runs security for Walt, Walt takes out Gus and Skyler does the finances. Family owned and operated.
Edited by Happy Camper - 7/19/11 at 9:06pm
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Man, i've been following the show since it first aired.
Last sunday was completely awesome, caught me off gaurd in a way.
I was waiting for a year without watching any of the past episodes and when the new one aired it once again catapulted me into that world/stage.
It was soo intense, I was on the edge of my couch the whole way.
Can't wait for next sunday.
I'm a late bloomer to BB, as I am to most TeeVee not on HBO, butttttttttttttt I have done all caught up now! First allow me this indulgence. I wasn't quite into it through Season 1. It was entertaining to be sure, yet much of the same old Suburban malaise schtick that populated the tube lately. Then Season 2 into 3 happened and **** if the thing didn't gather steam. The world was expanded in a much needed way. Then there was the direction, which was amazing in spots, with the dutch angles and soft focus. Of course let's not forget Walt, whom is a classic antihero, and a GD narcissist. All about family huh? You don't fool me sir. That wry grin speaks otherwise.
Another aside, Phoenix wass one of the greatest hours of television this viewer has watched - an absolute classic; a cherry to top a programming calender that dare I say rivaled The Wire season 4?
Flash forward (shameless Lost reference) to the latest Ep 0401 Box Cutter, It was good. That's what I'll give it, not more. I saw Victor's death a million miles away once Mike questioned his discretion at the crime scene. Plus it is tube law after all, that we now nothing is going to happen to Walt or Jesse. At least until we read some contract disputes in the rags.
So the challenge for BB this season, is to find a way to further turn the screws on Walt (my guess is Skyler will encounter some serious peril this loop. She has been worming toward the dark side, and consequence can't be far behind.), and make us think his skull might actually crack.
Hope it's a good one. The series is in rare air now.
Edited by virometal - 7/19/11 at 7:55pm
I was sad to see Gale go. First and foremost, he came off as a pride'less person. How rare is that in this world? For example, when he sold Gus on the quality of Walt's Meth. That was a gem of a scene, and a situation I can't reference easily. Second, his apartment was a cool little geek hang out. Think I'm going to swing by the estate sale.
LOL! I was lol'ing during the scene when he was explaining his audio rig to his friends. It was all wrong!
Still...it's a great series and one I look forward to watching every week.