Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Lodeus, Aug 10, 2013.
That escalated quickly.
just got real
Game Over Heisenberg is back.
That was nuts. Amazing final line.
I thought the episode was good. The ending was great!
The episode was awesome!!! Walt said maybe you should tread lightly lol
Great ending for sure, can't wait unitl next episode!
I used to really dislike Hank as a character and an actor, but he has really grown on me. He plays the role perfectly.
So intense. SO INTENSE.
I'm going to be so sad when this is over.
So many things are coming together in this show. There has been so much foreshadowing. There was a line by Saul a couple seasons ago, something like, "what is the first thing a lottery winner doesn't do when he wins the lottery? Buy a lottery ticket.." And then Walt puts the coordinates on the lottery ticket.
Some other instances of foreshadowing.
-- In season two, they had those weird flash forwards with the burned doll floating in Walt's pool, but only for a few episodes. Those episodes were:
"ABQ" (the airport code for Albuquerque)
The last episode has Jane's air traffic controller dad, distraught over her death, causing the mid air collision of a small plane and a 737 over Albuquerque, raining debris all over the city and Walt's house.
-- In the episode where Jane died -- not really pertinent to the story now, just that it was foreshadowed -- Jesse made Jane breakfast in bed and took it to her. She woke up before he got there, and he goes "you weren't supposed to wake up.." she responded "ever?" Also, Walt lays his new baby down on the mattress, and puts down a spit up cloth next to her face and says something about "in case you spit up in your sleep.."
-- Another thing that is pretty neat is that Walt is sort of "absorbing" some mannerisms of the people he has killed. He killed Krazy 8 (who cut the crust off his sandwiches) and then Walt starting doing the same thing. He killed Mike, and started drinking whiskey on the rocks (he would previously order w/o rocks), and when he threw up, he placed a towel on the floor to kneel on -- which is what Gus Fring did when he threw up the poison pill he'd purposely ingested. (Just found the link that describes this:http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2013/08/bre...foreshadowing/)
Reading that link, there is a ton of color hints that Gilligan is dropping. Nothing is coincidental in this show.
I love the scene with Walt's neighbor dropping the groceries when she sees him and the oranges rolling out. In the Godfather movies, oranges were frequently used as a sign of impending danger.
Wow, Marie slapped the taste out of Skyler's mouth, that was a very hard slap.
I've been watching from the beginning, telling everyone I know how great it was. Thanks to Netflix and DVDs, I finally have people to talk about the show with and now it's ending.
Great episode. This cant end well for Jesse.
I don't agree. I actually think he'll go back to Hank now, be under DEA protection, and take down Walt.
All IMO of course.
Just an amazing episode. I live in front of the Bear Canyon . I drive back and forth all day every day.
Yeah that seems to be his best move but that would end the show in one episode so it has to be more sinister...