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  1. Still thinking today about how amazing the last shot was. Walt really did go out with "his precious". Yeah that last shot was really amazing. And while yeah, he went out with his "Baby Blue", I think that is quite a sad shot and ending. He died in a lab. No family with him. Not in a cozy hospital. No one even cared. Didn't even get to say goodbye to Jr.. And Jesse, one of the only people who showed respect for him as Walt, he was finally free of him. The only good thoughts with Walt in his last moment was that given the circumstances, he made sure his family was safe.
  2. I never struggled with liking or not liking Walt. I never looked at him in absolutes of good or bad. There are things i like about him and things i don't. I just looked at him as he is who he is and that's that. He was badass, ballsy, intelligent, logical, warm and caring but he could also be a cold, cunning monster with a huge ego, extremely bitter at his situation with massive resentment issues, very fearful and a bit of a coward at times. He was the full spectrum and a very complex human character. Which is why I said he has the best story of all time. The best arc. And I love that commercial they played with what he said in the beginning about chemistry being the study of change. His ride was the ride of a lifetime. Everytime I see him, I don't think of just him in the moment. Any of his worst moments, like watching Jane die, I always think bad to this http://img.pandawhale.com/78883-my-name-is-walter-hartwell-whi-iPFs.gif> That first episode is a magical one for me. I didn't follow the show when it first came out, but after some hype after the first season or two, I started watching. And as I watched the first episode, I remembered that I had it before, but for some reason, never followed up with it. And always knowing who he was at the beginning, I can't find it in me to remotely hate him.
  3. Well, I called that he would save Jesse.I thought Hank would die for sure before Walt or Jesse, and it seems that will come to fruition. The way they were dragging that out in the desert, I knew something would happen. Before the season, we all had our guesses. And with every episode, they throw a curveball. But we are SO near the end. So my new guess now is that Hank and Gomez are dead. They release Walt and Jesse is gone, but they end up finding him. Walt pleads for them not to kill him, but then that means they don't get him to cook. They kidnap Jesse and that is what the MG is for, to eff em up and for Walt to save Jesse. But not much else. My first thoughts on the last scene were "meh". But I was thinking only about the last scene. The more I think about it, that was not the end. The end was the last 4 or so episodes. And in that light, this is truly an amazing story. I think it's so amazing because of how heartbreaking it is. I'm more sad for the characters than I am that the show is over. Especially Walt. You might say even more so Jesse, but not me. Walt was in control of most everything. He was smart and had plans for everything. And they all always went as plan. Except the one that really mattered, helping his family. And the rejection he gets from his family, wow. And his entire world is...I would say flipped upside down, but it was much more than that. I think about that in the terms of my own life, and it's a horrible, wretched feeling. It was clear that Walt would not, could not live in a world, not without his family, but in one in which they despised him. But Jesse, he never had much. He wasn't into the drug business to support a family. Not only that, but what little he truly did have wasn't taken away due to his own direct actions, but they were taken from him. And i do think somehow that is easier to swallow than the rejection of Walt. Aaron Paul said on the aftershow the future was bright for Jesse now that he was free, but he has nothing. But I guess in that sense he is right, it is only when we have nothing that we are truly free. But not in this way. Andrea, gone. Brock. What can he do? No more Walt, who, as much as he hated him at the end, was definitely a person he had a strong relationship with. I do though think that Jesse. Really, what is there left for Jesse? He has no want for money, as he threw away the large sums he had. He will be a broken man for the rest of his life though. Maybe turns into a bit like Mike, how he acts, not being a hitman. All in all, BB is P4P. It told the greatest story of all time. Walter White is one of the most amazing characters on any screen anywhere. And all of this in only 5 short seasons. Though it felt like much longer. Excuse me while I cry myself to sleep every night until GoT comes back and tears my heart apart againBB was the greatest story of all time? You said GoT was better. Which one is it @CaptainSuperman ? I'm just busting balls but seriously, just by reading your post I don't see how GoT could ever be as thought provoking. Nah, I like GoT overall more because of what it is, with the actual combat as well as political combat, and while I think the show is better because it's writing an amazing story for a wide scope of characters, BB has the single best story. And I especially feel that way now that I've seen the end. And no way will GoT ever be as through provoking, but it's still awesome. But I do agree, I love what BB makes you think about. I think many of us have struggled trying to figure out wheather or not we like Walt, because is he a good or bad character. I know I've always stuck with him where as many of you have not. It shows you there is not much of a line between good and bad. This same thought process is also apart of Metal Gear Solid, which I think is the best game franchise of all time.
  4. http://i.qkme.me/3qa6pb.jpg> Did Sargent Slaughter call me?
  5. Well, I called that he would save Jesse. I thought Hank would die for sure before Walt or Jesse, and it seems that will come to fruition. The way they were dragging that out in the desert, I knew something would happen. Before the season, we all had our guesses. And with every episode, they throw a curveball. But we are SO near the end. So my new guess now is that Hank and Gomez are dead. They release Walt and Jesse is gone, but they end up finding him. Walt pleads for them not to kill him, but then that means they don't get him to cook. They kidnap Jesse and that is what the MG is for, to eff em up and for Walt to save Jesse. But not much else. My first thoughts on the last scene were "meh". But I was thinking only about the last scene. The more I think about it, that was not the end. The end was the last 4 or so episodes. And in that light, this is truly an amazing story. I think it's so amazing because of how heartbreaking it is. I'm more sad for the characters than I am that the show is over. Especially Walt. You might say even more so Jesse, but not me. Walt was in control of most everything. He was smart and had plans for everything. And they all always went as plan. Except the one that really mattered, helping his family. And the rejection he gets from his family, wow. And his entire world is...I would say flipped upside down, but it was much more than that. I think about that in the terms of my own life, and it's a horrible, wretched feeling. It was clear that Walt would not, could not live in a world, not without his family, but in one in which they despised him. But Jesse, he never had much. He wasn't into the drug business to support a family. Not only that, but what little he truly did have wasn't taken away due to his own direct actions, but they were taken from him. And i do think somehow that is easier to swallow than the rejection of Walt. Aaron Paul said on the aftershow the future was bright for Jesse now that he was free, but he has nothing. But I guess in that sense he is right, it is only when we have nothing that we are truly free. But not in this way. Andrea, gone. Brock. What can he do? No more Walt, who, as much as he hated him at the end, was definitely a person he had a strong relationship with. I do though think that Jesse. Really, what is there left for Jesse? He has no want for money, as he threw away the large sums he had. He will be a broken man for the rest of his life though. Maybe turns into a bit like Mike, how he acts, not being a hitman. All in all, BB is P4P. It told the greatest story of all time. Walter White is one of the most amazing characters on any screen anywhere. And all of this in only 5 short seasons. Though it felt like much longer. Excuse me while I cry myself to sleep every night until GoT comes back and tears my heart apart again
  6. And I think that sudden ending, something that you can't go back and make right, it makes the viewer that much more hooked. That's where you're wrong, it will be made right in a way. You'll just have to wait and see. It may eventually be made right, but Robb went for his father. And a lot of season 2 and 3 was following him leading his army. And then to pretty much just have all of that taken away like it was for nothing, after 2 seasons, it was retarded. Yeah, one of the other kids may get revenge (haven't read the books), but that will be their own tale of revenge/justice. GoT has taught us it's not about the sides and families, but the individual stories you can tell.
  7. The Red Dessert makes The Red Wedding look like child's play. If you eat dessert too early you will spoil your appetite. :> Iol I edited it at the same time you posted. Bro, just realized you were talking about BB. But no, Red Wedding > Red Desert. I even called out who would die, there is no calling out who will die in GOT. Plus, main characters died in GOT, right in the feels. In BB it was only a bald dude and his sidekick. But to reiterate my point, your baby is safe and I have no access to an MG. I don't see how anybody could think The Red Wedding was more intense than The Red Desert. I was shaking like a mofo. But you did predict what would happen so perhaps that's why it wasn't as shocking for you. PS, I see your MG and raise you an AA12. Here's how it is. I didn't even start watching GoT until the week AFTER the Red Wedding, when I heard a bunch of main characters got killed. I knew going into that episode that the gates of hell would be opened. I was still screaming at my TV for those scumbag murderous traitor ***holes to not kill who they killed. My cromwells are still rustled over it. Yes the Red Desert was a tense moment, but I will say the way it was kinda split between the ending of one episode and the beginning of another ruined it a bit, or at least threw it off course. And for Hank, the way he went out, telling his reaper to **** off, it was really the perfect ending for his character, considering he's in Walter White's story. But Robb Stark? Naw. He was writing his own story as a main character, and for him to die halfway through his story is very unsatisfying for the viewer who has interest in his character. And I think that sudden ending, something that you can't go back and make right, it makes the viewer that much more hooked.
  8. Any spoilers for next week @CaptainSuperman ? Well I'm having a hard time with this one. On one hand I think Walt will prep to take down the nazis, and when he does, he will end up killing Todd, after Todd pleads mercy for believing they have some kind of chemistry together (ha, get it?). He will free Jesse...and then I don't know. But. What about the ricin from the B opener? I know there are ques everywhere pointing towards Walt actually having cancer, but I'm not sure he does. I think it may ultimately be for him. You might think that he is truly this pure evil guy, but like I have always contended, he was doing it for his family. And you seen his reaction when Walt Jr. was protecting Skylar. "we're a family.... And really the taking of Holly was just his emotions running high (as was giving the go ahead to the nazi's to kill Jesse, which is why I think the rational side might let Jesse live). But who knows, maybe he ends up cooking for the nazi's to let Jesse go, and puts the ricin in that, and kills a bunch of people in the Czech Republic and then isht hits the fan. But I think if there is any confrontation at all with Walt and the nazi's, it won't be peaceful or for business.
  9. I feel bad for Jesse, and Walt needs to work on his money management. Lol Walt never does seem to keep hold of any of the money he makes. The money isn't real, George. Are you gonna tell mom that? Yeah that's gonna be a tricky one.
  10. The Red Desert makes The Red Wedding look like child's play. YOU SHUT YOUR DIRTY MOUTH AND DONT YOU SPOIL MY GAME OF THRONES OR I WILL STEAL YOUR BABY AND SHOOT YOU DOWN WITH AN MG! GoT is the Xbox One of TV shows, Breaking Bad is 50% better No. GoT is the the PS4 of TV shows. Breaking Bad is also the PS4 of TV shows. The Xbox One of TV shows is the Wendy Williams show
  11. I feel bad for Jesse, and Walt needs to work on his money management. Lol Walt never does seem to keep hold of any of the money he makes. The money isn't real, George.
  12. The Red Dessert makes The Red Wedding look like child's play. If you eat dessert too early you will spoil your appetite. :> Iol I edited it at the same time you posted. Bro, just realized you were talking about BB. But no, Red Wedding > Red Desert. I even called out who would die, there is no calling out who will die in GOT. Plus, main characters died in GOT, right in the feels. In BB it was only a bald dude and his sidekick. But to reiterate my point, your baby is safe and I have no access to an MG.
  13. The Red Desert makes The Red Wedding look like child's play. YOU SHUT YOUR DIRTY MOUTH AND DONT YOU SPOIL MY GAME OF THRONES OR I WILL STEAL YOUR BABY AND SHOOT YOU DOWN WITH AN MG!
  14. He knew the cops were listening. Of course he did. But listening to Saul "How much time do you got left"...that makes me think that Walt will end up redeeming himself in some sort of way, even it it's just for his family. I said it way back in this thread that it's possible that the end game will be Walt gets what he wants, which is his family's security even if it means it's with him out of the picture. I think that whole scene right there just took any and all suspicion away from Skylar and it will all be on Walt.
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