Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by Shipwreck, Feb 17, 2008.
Yeah, I can't find season 4 on Netflix UK anywhere.
Walt sort of said that exact same thing to her this episode.
Yes, it's been quite an interesting turn in character.
Unlike The Sopranos where you knew everyone was a crook from the start, I'm watching Breaking Bad and I'm like:
Why exactly am I rooting for Walt again?
The tone of every season has been different than the one before -it's just a great show.
Last night's episode kicked ass. Mike <3
Also, I wanna be a chicken man!
Bumping couse the next episode is less than 3 minutes away. Should be a gooder
Isn't every episode good?
I used to work in that music store
Looks like Walt's ego may be getting in the way again.
Pride comes before the fall.
Skylar - I saw this coming, but I didn't think it would be so soon. Maybe the real color of meth is purple?
breakdown really reminded me how desensitized a lot of people have become. I examined myself a bit, as the images of Gus' demise and shock have left me somewhat. I still remember my initial reaction, as I probably woke my wife up the night I was watching it. I was screaming and gasping. Skylar is terrified, and she has every right to be.
The scenes with him and Walt discussing his relationship, etc. were hard to watch simply because we have the knowledge that Walt is the one who poisoned Brock. It's so hard to watch him struggle through so much pain, but it's interesting that he's such a deep character. It's neat watching him mature, with him coming up with some of these schemes.
The opening scene from this season still resonates with me, as I'm anxious to see where we're going.
^I would've freaked out like Skylar too if Marie wouldn't shut up
Great episode. Also I just realized Walt Jr and Jesse haven't even met once in this entire show.
That would have been season 1 for me.
I've just started this show and am loving it. Almost done with season 2.
Just caught up to season 5.
Now comes the grueling part of having to wait a week for each episode.
Welcome to my TV viewing since season 3 of Breaking Bad started. Even going back and doing a marathon of seasons 1-4, I had to run through em (did it in 4 days).
Does anyone else find it hard to believe the in-show timeline has only spanned a year in time? And with Walt turning 52 in the cold open of the season premiere, that means the show still has another year to cover.
For me, not at all. In fact, I think it makes a lot more sense, especially the way the show is done.
That season opener still has me fascinated.
Well I suppose a year in the life of a cancer stricken meth dealer would be pretty hectic.
I'm really interested to see how things lead to the season opener, although I feel like it probably won't be until the next half of the season when we do.
Why did I ever watch all those seasons of lost on netflix when I could have been watching this....
Just finished up the first season over the weekend. Absolutely hooked.
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