I've been rewatching Breaking Bad before season 4 starts. One of my favorite shows, primarily because of the main character.
I'm watching Breaking Bad too, though it's my first time. I don't know why it took me so long to give it a shot. It's one of my favorite shows as well.Walter said:I've been rewatching Breaking Bad before season 4 starts. One of my favorite shows, primarily because of the main character.
Saw the season premiere.Th3Branded0ne said:I just downloaded the last episode of last season of "Breaking bad", since I didn't get to see it when it came out. It was announce that they'll have a sneak peak of "The WAlking dead" next season when "Breaking Bad" returns Sunday.
Yeah, it was pretty intense. But that dude had it coming since he was seen on Gayle's apartment. And as Jesse said, they are on the same page now.Gobolatula said:Saw the season premiere.
When, I started shaking. I thought I was having a panic attack for a second. The whole scene was done really well.Gus came out and sliced the dude's throatVery tense and eerie. The thing about Breaking Bad for me is that it puts me in such a fucked up mood.Walt just yammering on while Gus walked in, silent the entire time...
Hahaha holy shit, don't tell me that LoGH image has become a meme. That's something I captured myself back in like, 2002, and me and Griff used it as a joke for years.Dar Klink said:Oh thanks for the heads-up, just watched it on AMC.com
Sad to say it hasn't really, you showed it to me like a year ago or so. Sadly(haha) those fansubs have been replaced with better dvd rips and are hopefully soon going to be replaced by BD rips(somebody paid the ~2000 USD to buy and rip them!)Walter said:Hahaha holy shit, don't tell me that LoGH image has become a meme. That's something I captured myself back in like, 2002, and me and Griff used it as a joke for years.
Walter said:As for Breaking Bad, yeah what can I say? Gus isn't fucking around.
The one thing I didn't quite get was what Jessie was implying in the diner scene between he and Walt. That they're both on the same page in terms of ... what, being murderers? Is that all he meant? Because Walt, ya know... that's sort of an old hat for him, and a new one for Jessie. The way he was acting like it was no big deal in that scene makes me think he's going to have a break down this season... Kid is the least reliable employee -- ever. I have such little sympathy for his character. It seemed like he was getting his shit together in Season 3 and then, yeah, nahhh BITCH.
Ah, yeah. Sure, I got that part. It was the fiercest method of intimidation, and it was extremely effective. Worked on the audience too, instilling a sense of dread for the rest of their career together.Dar Klink said:I think what Jessie was implying was that they are all on the page of "Don't fuck with Gus, he'll kill you or make you wish you were dead" or maybe more like "We're dead men walking right now"
Maybe it says something about me, but I have no problems sympathizing with Walt at all.As for how you feel about (Jesse)...I kinda agree although I found it hard to sympathize with Walt at first, he kinda throws the blame to others and tries to bypass consequences with a "Yeah yeah I know it was bad of me to do it... but can we just move on already?!" The ease with which he lied got to me too. Somehow in the end though I ended up being able to sympathize with him though, even minus the whole cancer thing.
Oh, I love Hank. Easily my second-favorite character on the show. I love every scene he's in. He always provides the biggest laughs, whether they're at his expense or not. What a cool guyGobolatula said:Seeing Hank...
A few people on Something Awful suggested he might beWalter said:That being said, theminerals subplot of his just shows how obsessive he is. As soon as that trail comes back, he's going to become absorbed again, and I imagine that'll be the key to his recovery.
Hank? Haha, no fucking way, dude. Pretty sure it's just a mundane hobby. Something to obsess over, just like he did with the Heisenberg case. Only now, he can't really do much, stuck in bed. So he's "bidding on a new mineral."Gobolatula said:A few people on Something Awful suggested he might beWhich, I dunno, seems silly.trying "crystal healing"...
I dunno about passive, I thought it was full of tension until after Walt got _that phone call_.Th3Branded0ne said:Saw last night's episode of Breaking Bad: It was passive most of the episode
All that gun training was futile,but it goes to show he needs another method to kill.
Jesse's partying just goes to show how alone he really is.
Glad to hear that. Damn Eastern Standard Time. I still have 2 hours before I see it.Walter said:Best episode of the season.
Even that little is alot of info.Walter said:Regarding Jesse, there was an interview with Jonathan Banks, the guy who plays Mike, that shed a little light on what to expect in the coming episodes:
Q: So what’s in store for Mike this season?
A: I can say this: Jesse [played by Aaron Paul] and I are gonna end up spending a lot of time with each other. That I can tell you, but not much more.
Full interview is here: http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2011/08/breaking_bads_jonathan_banks.html