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  • #76
    I smoke pot alot sometimes, lol

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    • #77
      what the **** walt

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      • #78
        Good episode, but a bit of a letdown.

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        • #79
          Originally posted by The Unseen View Post
          Good episode, but a bit of a letdown.
          Yeah, it was a little underwhelming, although Walt attempting to break the glass was classic. Next week looks good, and I'm glad that Hank is staying in ABQ. He's becoming more and more essential to the show, which I love.

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          • #80
            I thought it was a pretty brilliant episode. Yet again setting up what should be a ******* fascinating season. There is a reason Gus is where he is. The way he played Walt this episode was nothing short of genius. I thought the last scene was incredible. Bryan Cranston in my mind locked up another Emmy just based on that scene alone. The emotions he shows while hearing about Jane's Dad trying to off himself and them him getting thrown a huge bag of case amazed me. Really anxious to see what happens next.

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            • #81
              Totally agree, that last scene was simply priceless.

              It definitely seems that there is going to be a war/rift between Jesse and Walt in terms of supply and money, b/c Walt, one way or the other, is going to go back to cooking.

              Gus is a pimp. Dude is in control of the whole scenario, yet he's barely in the show.

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              • #82
                Originally posted by Dr. Gonzo View Post
                I thought it was a pretty brilliant episode. Yet again setting up what should be a ******* fascinating season. There is a reason Gus is where he is. The way he played Walt this episode was nothing short of genius. I thought the last scene was incredible. Bryan Cranston in my mind locked up another Emmy just based on that scene alone. The emotions he shows while hearing about Jane's Dad trying to off himself and them him getting thrown a huge bag of case amazed me. Really anxious to see what happens next.
                Well, long term it will very likely prove to be a brilliant episode, but I'm just anxious to see this all unfold, hence my being slightly underwhelmed. And I agree about Gus, his seemingly omniscient oversight makes such a great character.

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Twiddler View Post
                  Well, long term it will very likely prove to be a brilliant episode, but I'm just anxious to see this all unfold, hence my being slightly underwhelmed. And I agree about Gus, his seemingly omniscient oversight makes such a great character.
                  Oh I understand what you mean. I wish Jessie cooking up that Meth was shown, I love those scenes. I am loving the pace of this season and I can already tell the last few eps will be explosive. I can see a Jessie/Walt rift for a while but I think by the end of the season I can see Jessie saving Walt from some sort of peril. I can't wait to see some **** go down but for right now I am enjoying the **** out of these set up episodes. Every episode so far this season has delivered at least one moment that makes me mutter 'holy ****' out loud, how many other TV shows can do that? I love Breaking Bad.

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                  • #84
                    I enjoyed this episode more than last week. Gus is a baller, and I'm really glad Jessie is getting back to being himself. When he is, he's one of the more fascinating characters on television.

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                    • #85
                      How could yall not love the scene of Walt storming into Beneke's office?

                      I can see you in there! C'mon out, be a man! (throws fake potted palm into door, bounces off ...... Burly workers bounce Walter from office.)

                      That was Black Comedy genius! And a really pivotal scene, Walt is the tragic hero, courageous in defense of his family, Beneke is the wuss hiding in his office porking the tramp Skyler..... great Breaking Bad moment.

                      Another moment was Hank blowing off El Paso to pursue the new Blue Sky clues. His scene with his bureaucrat boss was classic, notice no eye contact from Hank, who's the poster boy now for OCD, completely obsessed with Heisenberg & gone waaaaay over the edge.

                      Saul's PI saw the symbol on the street in front of the Whites' house. I think it means the twins will be back, there will be a showdown between shaven-headed antagonists (Saul's PI vs. the Cartel's twins) over Heisenberg & his blue sky meth empire, who knows who wins.

                      Can't wait for next wk..... <spoilers apply> the previews showed Hank discovering the magic bus RV & Skyler accepting the huge mounds of illicit cash like unemployed Walter has, it's going to be full of BB moments.
                      Last edited by LizardState; 04-12-2010, 11:12 AM.

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by LizardState View Post
                        How could yall not love the scene of Walt storming into Beneke's office?

                        I can see you in there! C'mon out, be a man! (throws fake potted palm into door, bounces off ...... Burly workers bounce Walter from office.)

                        That was Black Comedy genius! And a really pivotal scene, Walt is the tragic hero, courageous in defense of his family, Beneke is the wuss hiding in his office porking the tramp Skyler..... great Breaking Bad moment.

                        Another moment was Hank blowing off El Paso to pursue the new Blue Sky clues. His scene with his bureaucrat boss was classic, notice no eye contact from Hank, who's the poster boy now for OCD, completely obsessed with Heisenberg & gone waaaaay over the edge.

                        Saul's PI saw the symbol on the street in front of the Whites' house. I think it means the twins will be back, there will be a showdown between shaven-headed antagonists (Saul's PI vs. the Cartel's twins) over Heisenberg & his blue sky meth empire, who knows who wins.

                        Can't wait for next wk..... <spoilers apply> the previews showed Hank discovering the magic bus RV & Skyler accepting the huge mounds of illicit cash like unemployed Walter has, it's going to be full of BB moments.
                        Yeah, the plant scene with Walt was awesome. And honestly, Walt saying "I'm talking with Ted" in response to Skylar might have been one of the funniest parts of the series so far, at least to me. It was up there with Badger getting arrested and Jesse's "cow house" line. Just awesome.

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                        • #87
                          So apparently Bryan Cranston is going to be on the Daily Show tonight, should be fun.

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                          • #88
                            Finally watched all the episodes on DVR. It's coming along a little slow but I actually enjoyed some of the filler, er, flashback stuff. The set up on Tortuga's trip to the back of a turtle & the seemless transition to the twins role and entry into the U.S. was good stuff.

                            I'm definitely enjoying the direction the show has gone so far. It's absolutely heading towards another 3 - 4 epidodes of break-neck paced, train wreck action to end this season.

                            Walt staring at the desk doing no teaching at all and then blankly leaning in to kiss the hottie administrator in her office was hysterical.

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                            • #89
                              that was pretty ******* great. let the war begin.

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                              • #90
                                Next week's episode looks incredible. This one was great too.

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