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Lily of the Valley: This Week on Breaking Bad (Episode 10 / August 18, 2013)

Aug. 18, 2013by: J.A. Hamilton

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EPISODE 10: Buried

THE HOOK:

The beginning of the end. Walt leaves his empire behind to live life, while Jesses alive, but dying on the inside. And then theres Hank, whose gunning for the King. One wrong move could mean life or death, and at this point, its still anyones game.

THE LOWDOWN:

(The following column contains MAJOR SPOILERS, so I don't recommend reading this if you haven't watched this episode). As much as I enjoy the idea of walking out to my car and discovering a trail of money, Im sincerely hoping Jesse gets his shit together by the end of the next episode. Hes a great character whos grown so much over the course of this series, so it chaps my ass to see him bellyaching like a (pun intended) bitch. That said, our final moments find him in the absolute wrong place. No good can come from him being in an interrogation room, but worse still, an interrogation room with Hank. You can rest assured Hank will be turning off that camera when he walks in there next week.


Speaking of Hank, he wastes no time running the Skyler, but it amazes me that he actually thought she was a victim in all this. Sure, at one point she may have been, but I think the whole affair/accidental murder bit mixed her up as much (if not more so) than Walts transformation. I dont care for Skyler, but I have to admit Im loving her ability to stand by her man. Last week she looked ready to go toe to toe with Lydia, and tonight she stood her ground with both Hank and her sister. Shes coming around. Of course, I was under the assumption that your significant other cant testify against youwhich I believe they covered somewhere in this series, but Im sure theres probably a way around it. Im not sure what Hank was thinking when he told Marie, shes far too volatile to handle this kind of information. She messed up trying to take the baby though, that was all Skyler needed to draw the line.

I loved Walts revisit to the desert, where it all began. There are so many nuances and little Easter eggs planted throughout these episodes to keep a slight grin on my face the entire hour. There was a good bit of humor tonight too with Saul and his crew. Their reaction to Walts money pile was priceless, as was Sauls joke about sending Hank on a trip to Belize. Its also funny to hear Saul respond to Hank knowledge as mostly heresay. Only in todays world could something like that be true. Walt and Skyler share one of the better moments Ive seen in a while after he wakes up from his shower collapse. His speech about family and the money was a rare look at the old Walter. Its great to see hes still in there. And yes, at the end of the day, win or lose, itd be a bitch to have this all be for nothing. It makes me think of the two times the police took Mikes granddaughters money. That still upsets me.


BREAKING BAD SEASON 5's tenth episode stirs the fire between Hank and Walt, but as I said, lines are drawn in the sand rather quickly. And then theres Lydia and the Todd takeover. Lydias become quite the resourceful snake in the grass of late, but these fools shes dealing with should have known better than to let their guard down. Clearly the prison was practice for Todds uncle and his crew, as theyre now looking to get into the empire business. I do feel for Hank, as hes now started to see the hard truth about his position in this mess. Just like his boss and Gus, theyll hang him out to dry with Walt just like he said, seconds after hes shared the story, arrest or no arrest. It sucks, but thats the nature of the beast, so Im not surprised at all to see Hank want to go down fighting. After all, he doesnt want it to be all for nothing either. Im just as scared as I am excited to see what happens between Hank and Jesse next week.


DRUG RELATED PROTIP:

Giving away millions of dollars attracts unwanted attention...especially when you drive through a park and crash your car into a merry-go-round.

BEST LINE:

Saul offers up some free advice about what to do with Hank, by way of a one way trip to Belize. Walt to Saul, Ill send you to Belize.

BITCH-O-METER:

Jesses becoming a real bitch.

COOLEST SCENE:

Marie vs. Skyler. Nuff said.

FINAL VERDICT:

TELL US WHAT YOU THOUGHT OF THIS EPISODE BELOW!

Extra Tidbit: Beware of Todd.
Source: JoBlo.com

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12:32AM on 08/20/2013
I can't see Jesse moping around till the end. One thing I've learned from BB is that everything happens for a reason. Jesse needs to have this time to reflect on all the shit that's gone down. I once talked to a friend about this show asking had they seen it and the reply was " yeah but it's too predictable"..... One thing BB isn't and that's predictable. It's the little things in this show that make it memorable like when Walt backed out of Hanks driveway, I thought he was going to run over
I can't see Jesse moping around till the end. One thing I've learned from BB is that everything happens for a reason. Jesse needs to have this time to reflect on all the shit that's gone down. I once talked to a friend about this show asking had they seen it and the reply was " yeah but it's too predictable"..... One thing BB isn't and that's predictable. It's the little things in this show that make it memorable like when Walt backed out of Hanks driveway, I thought he was going to run over the little remote control car..... But he didn't. Instead he took us back to the time sitting at the table with Jr discussing burnouts and did a massive line locker. ( that was awesome when he bagged them up). Admit it... you honestly thought that Walt was going to pull a Marie and squash that car didnt you? See.... It's NOT predictable.
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11:51PM on 08/19/2013
I think Jesse's redemption lies in helping Hank.
I think Jesse's redemption lies in helping Hank.
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5:47AM on 08/20/2013
Snap brother!
Snap brother!
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9:31PM on 08/19/2013
Like Freeden mentioned, the intensity is what drives this show right now, and it could not be more electric. I am a little divided about Jesse, I like him too, and I get that he is having a hard time with all the guilt, but like anyone I guess I would not want to see him moping around for the next six episodes. I also hope he makes it out alive and level headed.
Like Freeden mentioned, the intensity is what drives this show right now, and it could not be more electric. I am a little divided about Jesse, I like him too, and I get that he is having a hard time with all the guilt, but like anyone I guess I would not want to see him moping around for the next six episodes. I also hope he makes it out alive and level headed.
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5:41PM on 08/19/2013
The entire episode was nerve wracking. I don't know how they manage to keep up pace like this, but it's working. I actually like what's happening with Jesse. When he was first introduced, he came off as a bit one note, someone who seemed like he wanted to be big game. Now, we can see the full effects of what has happened over the course of the series. I actually fear for Jesse greatly. I have no doubt that Walter would do everything necessary to make sure Jesse stays quiet. I really hope Jesse
The entire episode was nerve wracking. I don't know how they manage to keep up pace like this, but it's working. I actually like what's happening with Jesse. When he was first introduced, he came off as a bit one note, someone who seemed like he wanted to be big game. Now, we can see the full effects of what has happened over the course of the series. I actually fear for Jesse greatly. I have no doubt that Walter would do everything necessary to make sure Jesse stays quiet. I really hope Jesse makes it out ok, but I honestly have no idea what he plans to do or what his fate will be. This is painting a better picture for the ending of the show and I almost feel like we're going to end up seeing Walt destroy everything he ever had. But this episode was intense pretty much the entire time and I really hope it continues the pace. I'd love to see all of these next six episodes be just as intense.
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5:18PM on 08/19/2013
I agree with everything noted here, but to elaborate on Todd and the takeover, I feel the real danger for Walt will come from other bad people in the biz, and not so much from Hank, the cops or any branch of the law. Wicked episode, and like you, I look forward to the interrogation.
I agree with everything noted here, but to elaborate on Todd and the takeover, I feel the real danger for Walt will come from other bad people in the biz, and not so much from Hank, the cops or any branch of the law. Wicked episode, and like you, I look forward to the interrogation.
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2:12PM on 08/19/2013
Great article. Beware of Todd...love it! He is definitely a character to look out for, him and his uncle. I like that they are still present and an obvious danger.
Great article. Beware of Todd...love it! He is definitely a character to look out for, him and his uncle. I like that they are still present and an obvious danger.
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1:38PM on 08/19/2013

Spousal privilege

So there two versions of marriage privilege, skylar can testify on only thing she has seen Walt do(but only if she wants to she cannot be made to do so) for example if Walt came home with a big bag of money and skylar saw she could testify she saw him with a bunch of money, on the other hand if skylar asks what isn't he big bag of money and Walt says I made and sold meth well them Walt can prevent skylar from testifying because it's in the same category as doctor patient privilege.
So there two versions of marriage privilege, skylar can testify on only thing she has seen Walt do(but only if she wants to she cannot be made to do so) for example if Walt came home with a big bag of money and skylar saw she could testify she saw him with a bunch of money, on the other hand if skylar asks what isn't he big bag of money and Walt says I made and sold meth well them Walt can prevent skylar from testifying because it's in the same category as doctor patient privilege.
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1:39PM on 08/19/2013
Sorry for grammar errors, it's BITCH typing all this shit on a cell phone.
Sorry for grammar errors, it's BITCH typing all this shit on a cell phone.
3:36AM on 08/20/2013
Do what I do: edit your post. Whenever I catch a grammatical error or decide to reword my post, I simply click the "edit" option and correct it. No one has to know that you are making these errors, if you catch it in time. However, I understand it is hard to post anything on a phone.
Do what I do: edit your post. Whenever I catch a grammatical error or decide to reword my post, I simply click the "edit" option and correct it. No one has to know that you are making these errors, if you catch it in time. However, I understand it is hard to post anything on a phone.
1:34PM on 08/19/2013

My thoughts on what's really going to happen.

Here are my thoughts as to what is going to happen.
*SPOILERS FOR ANYONE NOT UP TO DATE*


The flash ahead scenes make it appear as though Walt is on the run from the cops, but I don't believe this is the case, I think he is on the run from Lydia and Todd and their group. I think he (Walt) is going to find a way out, that allows him to stay out of jail, but puts in the sights of the "bad guys". The ricin is for either Todd or Lydia.
Thats my 2 cents worth.
Here are my thoughts as to what is going to happen.
*SPOILERS FOR ANYONE NOT UP TO DATE*


The flash ahead scenes make it appear as though Walt is on the run from the cops, but I don't believe this is the case, I think he is on the run from Lydia and Todd and their group. I think he (Walt) is going to find a way out, that allows him to stay out of jail, but puts in the sights of the "bad guys". The ricin is for either Todd or Lydia.
Thats my 2 cents worth.
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2:06PM on 08/19/2013
I agree. Outside of the main players (Hank, Skyler, Saul and Jesse) only Lydia and Todd know Walt is Heisenberg. I think they may try and get Walt back in the business and at any needs possible, which leads me to think they have a big part in why the White's house is the way it is in the flash forward. Planning some revenge against them? Maybe. Might be why he uses the alias name of Lambert, Skyler's maiden name. Can't wait to find out.
I agree. Outside of the main players (Hank, Skyler, Saul and Jesse) only Lydia and Todd know Walt is Heisenberg. I think they may try and get Walt back in the business and at any needs possible, which leads me to think they have a big part in why the White's house is the way it is in the flash forward. Planning some revenge against them? Maybe. Might be why he uses the alias name of Lambert, Skyler's maiden name. Can't wait to find out.
2:19PM on 08/19/2013
I agree.

And did you see how bloodthirsty Todd's group was... that makes me believe that they are coming after Walt, and obviously he's scared shitless and wants protection.
I agree.

And did you see how bloodthirsty Todd's group was... that makes me believe that they are coming after Walt, and obviously he's scared shitless and wants protection.
2:42PM on 08/19/2013
Yeah. I mean Todd has no conscious and no problem with getting dirty at any costs, so if that means taking out family members, he and his uncle don't care.
Yeah. I mean Todd has no conscious and no problem with getting dirty at any costs, so if that means taking out family members, he and his uncle don't care.
4:15PM on 08/19/2013
I totally just read my first entry... Of course when I say Hank I meant Walt. DOH
I totally just read my first entry... Of course when I say Hank I meant Walt. DOH
3:37AM on 08/20/2013
You can edit your posts. You don't have to write a correction, just change the original post.
You can edit your posts. You don't have to write a correction, just change the original post.
4:02AM on 08/20/2013
Thanks just did it.
Thanks just did it.
11:31AM on 08/19/2013
Great episode. I knew they were gonna cut it off when Hank went in to see Jesse. Its gonna be a long week.
Great episode. I knew they were gonna cut it off when Hank went in to see Jesse. Its gonna be a long week.
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9:40AM on 08/19/2013
It felt like 40 minutes of Skylar's gagging face. Haha.
It felt like 40 minutes of Skylar's gagging face. Haha.
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9:39AM on 08/19/2013
Here-say? Marry-go-round? Besides the obvious misspellings and blatantly incorrect usage ("pun intended" when no pun was present.), is this the kind of editorial work that passes around here?
Here-say? Marry-go-round? Besides the obvious misspellings and blatantly incorrect usage ("pun intended" when no pun was present.), is this the kind of editorial work that passes around here?
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10:02AM on 08/19/2013
Look out, it's the grammar police! Run! And I found the pun, not sure you get it though?
Look out, it's the grammar police! Run! And I found the pun, not sure you get it though?
10:50AM on 08/19/2013
@Pazuzu - Call me grammar police if you want - but you'd be wrong. I knew what he was saying, so I wasn't correcting his grammar. I was correcting his usage and spelling in a "professional" article, assuming he was paid, on the website for a large media outlet. If this is the kind of work they pay for, I'd hope they'd want the best quality out of their editorial staff. As a composition and writing instructor, it's a total bummer when I see shoddy work like this as passable for print. We should
@Pazuzu - Call me grammar police if you want - but you'd be wrong. I knew what he was saying, so I wasn't correcting his grammar. I was correcting his usage and spelling in a "professional" article, assuming he was paid, on the website for a large media outlet. If this is the kind of work they pay for, I'd hope they'd want the best quality out of their editorial staff. As a composition and writing instructor, it's a total bummer when I see shoddy work like this as passable for print. We should pride ourselves on good writing, not letting subpar writing get by "just because." And yes, I got the joke. But calling Jesse Pinkman a bitch when he's the character that says "bitch" a lot, isn't a pun. Not all jokes are puns. Not sure you get that though.
11:34AM on 08/19/2013
Whoa...must be that time of the month.
Whoa...must be that time of the month.
11:58AM on 08/19/2013
I agree with ecto. This is the website I check first whenever I'm on my laptop. It's not nice to see typos like this...

- "Lilly of the valley"
- "I loved Walt’s revisit to the dessert, where it all began."
I agree with ecto. This is the website I check first whenever I'm on my laptop. It's not nice to see typos like this...

- "Lilly of the valley"
- "I loved Walt’s revisit to the dessert, where it all began."
1:15PM on 08/19/2013
@Gooch - This is my favorite kind of response to correcting other people. How would that have flown when they were building the Golden Gate Bridge?

"You there! You're putting the rivets on that I-Beam too far apart."

"Hey man, what is it, that time of the month?"

"Go fuck yourself and find a new job."

But, no, go ahead and continue to defend mediocrity.
@Gooch - This is my favorite kind of response to correcting other people. How would that have flown when they were building the Golden Gate Bridge?

"You there! You're putting the rivets on that I-Beam too far apart."

"Hey man, what is it, that time of the month?"

"Go fuck yourself and find a new job."

But, no, go ahead and continue to defend mediocrity.
2:20PM on 08/19/2013
@ecto - you are obviously not in the writing business--late night deadlines, rushing from one article to the next, and relying on spell check to help you with your proofing. Typos happen to the best of us, especially when you misspell something that actually means something else. This is not to say you should not catch these mistakes, but they are simply that, mistakes. I highly doubt you had anything to do with the Golden Gate Bridge either. If you had, it probably would have collapsed
@ecto - you are obviously not in the writing business--late night deadlines, rushing from one article to the next, and relying on spell check to help you with your proofing. Typos happen to the best of us, especially when you misspell something that actually means something else. This is not to say you should not catch these mistakes, but they are simply that, mistakes. I highly doubt you had anything to do with the Golden Gate Bridge either. If you had, it probably would have collapsed long before now.
2:59PM on 08/19/2013
While I don't feel the need to defend my credentials to a stranger on the internet, as someone who DOES work in publishing, deadlines are no excuse to casually wipe away responsibility. I understand how mistakes happen, yes. Typos even. Everyone makes them. But when you're getting paid professionally to write articles, you should know that "here-say" isn't even a fucking word. I don't even have a problem with not being a good speller. Lord knows I'm terrible at it. But as a professional, it's
While I don't feel the need to defend my credentials to a stranger on the internet, as someone who DOES work in publishing, deadlines are no excuse to casually wipe away responsibility. I understand how mistakes happen, yes. Typos even. Everyone makes them. But when you're getting paid professionally to write articles, you should know that "here-say" isn't even a fucking word. I don't even have a problem with not being a good speller. Lord knows I'm terrible at it. But as a professional, it's your job not to just guess. Fuck, it's a Google search away. No matter how tight of a deadline, there's always time to check. It's what separates those who can get the job done quickly from those who can get the job done quickly and correctly.

And if you reread my previous post, I never claimed to have worked in architecture or construction. I was making an analogy. We've gotten to a place in this society where no one is allowed to correct anyone else, even if it's a foreman correcting a grunt. Instead of holding people accountable for the work they do, people decide to attack the person making corrections. Truth is, there IS a right and wrong way to do things. And calling the guy who corrects you an asshole does nothing to help you do a better job, and it certainly doesn't help your article look any more respectable as a writer.
2:59PM on 08/19/2013
While I don't feel the need to defend my credentials to a stranger on the internet, as someone who DOES work in publishing, deadlines are no excuse to casually wipe away responsibility. I understand how mistakes happen, yes. Typos even. Everyone makes them. But when you're getting paid professionally to write articles, you should know that "here-say" isn't even a fucking word. I don't even have a problem with not being a good speller. Lord knows I'm terrible at it. But as a professional, it's
While I don't feel the need to defend my credentials to a stranger on the internet, as someone who DOES work in publishing, deadlines are no excuse to casually wipe away responsibility. I understand how mistakes happen, yes. Typos even. Everyone makes them. But when you're getting paid professionally to write articles, you should know that "here-say" isn't even a fucking word. I don't even have a problem with not being a good speller. Lord knows I'm terrible at it. But as a professional, it's your job not to just guess. Fuck, it's a Google search away. No matter how tight of a deadline, there's always time to check. It's what separates those who can get the job done quickly from those who can get the job done quickly and correctly.

And if you reread my previous post, I never claimed to have worked in architecture or construction. I was making an analogy. We've gotten to a place in this society where no one is allowed to correct anyone else, even if it's a foreman correcting a grunt. Instead of holding people accountable for the work they do, people decide to attack the person making corrections. Truth is, there IS a right and wrong way to do things. And calling the guy who corrects you an asshole does nothing to help you do a better job, and it certainly doesn't help your article look any more respectable as a writer.
3:51AM on 08/20/2013
Okay, I'm an English major and I notice grammatical and spelling errors as well. It does bother me, since I value quality in writing, and I try to avoid the same by reading over Internet posts and e-mails before submitting them. However, if you look at the Guidelines, you will notice that Strikebacks are not a place to correct grammar. Instead, send an e-mail to the writer in question. Besides, those errors were corrected, so your posts aren't relevant anymore. They're obsolete, in regards
Okay, I'm an English major and I notice grammatical and spelling errors as well. It does bother me, since I value quality in writing, and I try to avoid the same by reading over Internet posts and e-mails before submitting them. However, if you look at the Guidelines, you will notice that Strikebacks are not a place to correct grammar. Instead, send an e-mail to the writer in question. Besides, those errors were corrected, so your posts aren't relevant anymore. They're obsolete, in regards to this article.
9:10AM on 08/19/2013
I love the raw emotions this show continues to give and last night's episode was no exception. Marie's reaction to what Skyler did was unforgettable and it's clear their relationship will never be the same. It's also great--as the review mentions--Skyler continues to stick by Walt even though a few episodes ago she wanted him dead. I seriously can't wait to see where these final episodes take Jessie.
I love the raw emotions this show continues to give and last night's episode was no exception. Marie's reaction to what Skyler did was unforgettable and it's clear their relationship will never be the same. It's also great--as the review mentions--Skyler continues to stick by Walt even though a few episodes ago she wanted him dead. I seriously can't wait to see where these final episodes take Jessie.
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8:28AM on 08/19/2013
Powerful episode, especially for Skyler, Marie and Hank.
Powerful episode, especially for Skyler, Marie and Hank.
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7:25AM on 08/19/2013
I love how all it takes for fans to accept Skyler is to side with her murdering, drug dealing, manipulating husband.....
I love how all it takes for fans to accept Skyler is to side with her murdering, drug dealing, manipulating husband.....
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5:37AM on 08/19/2013
Great Episode. And again I agree with your choice for best scene. Solely for that slap. I hate Skyler so with that, Marie is like my new favorite character. Finally someone kind of sets her straight and knocks her off her high horse and says you're a villain too bitch. And as for standing by her man I disagree, She proved a while ago she doesn't love Walt anymore (Waiting for the cancer to come back among other things). She's standing by that Mount Everest of cash, which she would need to
Great Episode. And again I agree with your choice for best scene. Solely for that slap. I hate Skyler so with that, Marie is like my new favorite character. Finally someone kind of sets her straight and knocks her off her high horse and says you're a villain too bitch. And as for standing by her man I disagree, She proved a while ago she doesn't love Walt anymore (Waiting for the cancer to come back among other things). She's standing by that Mount Everest of cash, which she would need to "stand by her man" took be sure to keep. And don't get me started on her not letting Hank and Marie take the kids when she fought tooth and nail for that to happen the first half of this season. God forbid it when you're the reason as well. But as much as I loathe Skyler, I give kudos to Anna Gunn.
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4:22AM on 08/19/2013
I love how this series never backs away from situations it sets up.
Jessie throws money out the window? It's not just a cool image, it has consequences.
The Walt vs Hank confrontation continues directly from where it left off with all the fallout that comes from it.
It's done this through all 5 seasons.
I love how this series never backs away from situations it sets up.
Jessie throws money out the window? It's not just a cool image, it has consequences.
The Walt vs Hank confrontation continues directly from where it left off with all the fallout that comes from it.
It's done this through all 5 seasons.
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4:13AM on 08/19/2013

Only 6 left....

What a great episode, everything was on point in every scene. The right amount of tension was built without going overboard. This season, as a whole, really is moving along quite nicely and at an even pace; no scene feels like filler. And I'm still keeping to the fact that Jesse is gonna bring down Walt in some way, but it'll be his undoing as well, Jesse isn't going to have a happy ending, how could he? And I like BourneFan's theory, having Todd and his gang in the picture now with Lydia is
What a great episode, everything was on point in every scene. The right amount of tension was built without going overboard. This season, as a whole, really is moving along quite nicely and at an even pace; no scene feels like filler. And I'm still keeping to the fact that Jesse is gonna bring down Walt in some way, but it'll be his undoing as well, Jesse isn't going to have a happy ending, how could he? And I like BourneFan's theory, having Todd and his gang in the picture now with Lydia is gonna make it really interesting to see what leads up to that flash forward scene last week. The end of this series is gonna be like The Wire, I'm really gonna hate not having it there anymore.
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3:11AM on 08/19/2013

Great episode

This was a terrific episode. Less action, more emotion. I'm starting to wonder now with the emergence of Todd and his uncle's crew is the reason for the look of Walt's home in the flash forward. I believed that Hank had put Walt's identity out in the world and that's what he is on the run from, but now I'm wondering if the new team will have something to do with it, if so it could be that unfortunate moment Skyler believed would happen when someone would come knocking at their door. Could be
This was a terrific episode. Less action, more emotion. I'm starting to wonder now with the emergence of Todd and his uncle's crew is the reason for the look of Walt's home in the flash forward. I believed that Hank had put Walt's identity out in the world and that's what he is on the run from, but now I'm wondering if the new team will have something to do with it, if so it could be that unfortunate moment Skyler believed would happen when someone would come knocking at their door. Could be truly heartbreaking.
It is going to be very interesting to see how the interrogation scene between Hank and Jesse will turn out.
I'm still rooting for Walt. I know he has turned into this evil guy, but as we saw tonight, old Walter is still in there and I believe he still wants his family to be prosperous when he leaves.
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1:15AM on 08/19/2013

Will Jesse turn?

This episode was amazing, I don't think they are gonna pull any punches for the remaining 6 eps. I really think they are going to keep dramatically changing the state of play each episode and keep us guessing to the very end.
Two of my least favorite fictional characters of all time are Skyler and Marie, and it's a testament to how dope this show is that regardless of my hate for these ladies, I was still glued to their confrontation scene. However, now that they got Anna Gunn's big push for
This episode was amazing, I don't think they are gonna pull any punches for the remaining 6 eps. I really think they are going to keep dramatically changing the state of play each episode and keep us guessing to the very end.
Two of my least favorite fictional characters of all time are Skyler and Marie, and it's a testament to how dope this show is that regardless of my hate for these ladies, I was still glued to their confrontation scene. However, now that they got Anna Gunn's big push for the Emmy out of the way this ep, I hope to GOD that they just kill her off already!
Now the real question is if Jesse will stay quiet for Walt. They've been saving Jesse these last two episodes; he's barely been on screen. They are gonna build him up and then let him give us one last amazing bitch-filled forehead-vein-popping confrontation with either Walt or Hank. I fear that our boy Pinkman just isn't gonna make it to the end, but his final thrashings will be tragically awesome setting us up to follow our solo story with Walt for the finale. Jesse's conscience won't let him stay quiet about Walt, especially if he ever discovers Walt's involvement with Jane/Brock/Mike/etc. Walt has always justified the horrible things he's done out of a sense of 'necessity' and if Jesse comes in the way of his family's well being by talking, I bet Walt would do what has to be done to keep Jesse quiet. We've seen this episode that Walt is regaining some of his old self back and it's with his regained sense of accountability and sensitivity that he'll be forced to feel the full range of the destruction he's laid in his wake. Fans obviously love Walt and Jesse and it would only be appropriate if Jesse were to go out by Walt's hand, especially to drive home that fine line we've all been walking on to love Walt while knowing morally we should hate him.
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11:35AM on 08/19/2013
Doubtful, but they will definitely want us to think so.
Doubtful, but they will definitely want us to think so.
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12:02AM on 08/19/2013
God I love this show, its just keeps hitting the right spots and ques. We all know Hank is going to try to get Jesse to rat out Walter, the question now is will he? I dont think he will, even if Jesse is scared/angry/hates Walt at this point. Jesse has stayed loyal to Walt up until now I dont think he will turn his back on that but this show does sometimes throw quite the curve ball so who knows.
God I love this show, its just keeps hitting the right spots and ques. We all know Hank is going to try to get Jesse to rat out Walter, the question now is will he? I dont think he will, even if Jesse is scared/angry/hates Walt at this point. Jesse has stayed loyal to Walt up until now I dont think he will turn his back on that but this show does sometimes throw quite the curve ball so who knows.
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12:15AM on 08/19/2013
I think the only way Hank could turn Jesse is if he finds out about the whole Brock being poisoned by lily of the valley thing, looks into that and can convince Jesse that Walt was responsible.

After all, those are the same two cops who interrogated Jesse initially when he brought up ricin. It wouldn't be hard for Hank to talk to them and look into it further.

I think the only way Hank could turn Jesse is if he finds out about the whole Brock being poisoned by lily of the valley thing, looks into that and can convince Jesse that Walt was responsible.

After all, those are the same two cops who interrogated Jesse initially when he brought up ricin. It wouldn't be hard for Hank to talk to them and look into it further.

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