Originally Posted by The30YardSlant
I'm still waiting on Gus Fring's past in Chile to come back and haunt Walt. There's no way the writers went to all that trouble of setting up that backstory last year to just let it die.
When Mike said "You don't know what you've done" in this year's premiere it pretty much sealed the idea that it's an issue that will play out on screen.
I tend to agree. He's letting more people see who "Heisenberg" is, and it will come back to him eventually.
I read a story that said the the "shadow version" for the whole series is actually from Hank's POV and his quest to take down the blue meth king Heisenberg. The version on the "main level" if you will is Walt's descension from Mr. Chips to Scarface, but the shadow version is the more traditional narrative of Hank's quest to catch Heisenberg.
Here's the link http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critic...urrentPage=all
No one pays attention to power point. It's boring.