This show man, this show !
I should point out, for those interested, that my girlfriend is watching this show now, she's starting this season just tomorrow, she wants to catch up.
She already hates Walt..............with a passion.
So I can't even IMAGINE what she would think of that final, brilliant shot we got at the end of this episode.
HOLY. FUCKING. SHIT. What an awesome
we get a fun visual of the bomb acting like a magnet in the elevator doors.
That was a hilarious moment, I was wondering what the hell was the nurse thinking when he saw Walt pulling the bag away from the elevator.
Also the old lady waving and saying hello to Walt, that shit was outrageous.
Walt is unfamiliar with threats. I know that Walt may sometimes be naive to this sort of thing, but it was a bit silly that it took him so long to pick up that Saul's secretary was trying to extort money from him.
That was probably the only scene I didn't like from this episode, it felt forced, I really don't think anyone couldn't have noticed that she was blatantly blackmailing him, maybe she didn't pull it off as an actress and gave the poker face too early, making Walt look REALLY stupid.
Mike doesn't play a role in this episode, unfortunately. I hope we haven't seen the last of him, I feel that would be too unresolved a plot point.
I can only wonder where the hell is he going to fit into the show ? Given how there's no cartel and no Gus, maybe he'll work for Saul ? That's assuming Saul changes his mind about skipping town.
Face off. Tonight was comprised of a series of face offs. Walt and Marie on the phone. Marie and Hank. Hank and Tio. And most importantly, Tio and Gus. It was this face off that the past episodes had been leading up to. And think about the title just once more. Face off. Like Gus, who walked away with half his face off. Fucking. Yes!
I don't want to say I outsmarted Vince Gilligan, I sure didn't, but there's only so many scenarios you can come up by the time Gus goes to meet Tío, it doesn't help at all that the warm-up is really frikking long, giving the audience more than enough time to imagine all the kinds of ways in which Walt could end up killing Gus, I actually thought Tío was going to have the bomb in a blanket over his legs or something.
Still, doesn't make that scene any less brilliant.
Also, was I the only one who thought for a moment that season five was going to be about an insane Gus playing two-face on Goth........New Mexico ?
Rest in peace, Gustavo. You went out like a G. I'll miss this character, just as I'll miss Giancarlo Esposito. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, but Gus had balls! Walking away and adjusting his tie, just after having his face blown off? Balls, son, balls! I suppose with such an immense character, blowing him up was the only possible way he could go out. Still, he will be sorely missed.
He will indeed, be missed, a fantastic character, played by a fantastic actor, who gave us all a great lesson:Too much ?
Hank hears of the explosion, and is vindicated. He was on the right track, and that will be of some comfort to him. Still, where does this leave him? Will he decide to reopen the Heisenberg case?
That is probably the moment every single Breaking Bad fan has been waiting for, hopefully next season will deliver
now we know Walt just how ruthless Walt is. You can not compare this to what happened to Gale, Walt had planned this for some time. And has lost his soul, or whatever was left of it.
Dude, when are you going to understand that Walt is an evil fuck ? He risked the life of Vince Gilligan's mom for crying out loud !http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan- ... s-season-4
So....now what am I going to watch?
As for me, I think this one is worth a shot: