Find Me On:
That depends on what kind of Mom you are,
Well, you’d probably find their anime club boring then, since the theme music they are using is from that same show.
You know, I like anime (or as I call it Japanese Cartoons) more than most people… but I found this unsettling.
Still it’s not all bad, it made me remember this episode: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GC1BIcqxqHM
Variations on Oedipus actually do happen, though. (Refresher: Oedipus had no idea he was marrying his Mom. When he found out, he put his own eyes out, though I’m not sure how that helped things. I guess he was upset that his Mom/Wife committed suicide, but still…)
I’m still alive, but I’m dead on the inside, just like Walt.
Oh, thanks, now I have to order this movie off of Amazon, thanks a lot.
Oh, also, until this happens you just watch “The Music Man.”
This reminds me of this:
I felt bad for everyone. Hank, Walt, Skyler, the Baby, “Flynn” even. Heck, even Jesse, assuming he didn’t take those two dufflebags and all the rest of his money, head over to Saul’s and say, “Saul, I need to disappear, can you help me?” right after that.
With Marie, I’m just happy that she didn’t find it out ahead of Hank, because that would have been worse.
Maybe the creature inside the Dalek escaped onto the telepad and followed the Doctor into the Tardis! The Doctor could spend the rest of the season with a hideous, one-eyed mutant tentacled thing following him around the Universe?
Oh, but that has nothing to do with companions, of course.
To me, the clumsy thing was putting the inscription in the book. I figure if Hank doesn’t get that, the next thing to try would be to have some note pages fall out that start:
“I am Walter ‘Heisenberg’ White and this is my confession….”
On the other hand, I think the only way that’s fair to Hank that he didn’t figure out that Walt was up to no good up to now is that he had a psychological block where his Brother-In-Law was concerned that prevented his cop instincts from working.
Also, I feel there’s a possibility that Walt and his family end up turning states evidence and in the witness protection program out of this, rather than some grand Walt vs. Hank battle, based on the Flash-forward. (The only thing that makes me think any possible different explanation is the fact that Walt was introduced to Saul’s “even better than witness protection” guy previously.)
Don’t tell me, it’s the one written by Daryl Gates, isn’t it? “Police Quest: SWAT”
Sorry about that. I originally posted under the Breaking Bad article that went into detail about what happened in the episode.
I just hope that my fondest wish might be granted: to trade lives with Walter White,
I mean, I have a really, really good feeling about how things are going to work out for him in the end.
(This replaces my old wishes, which were to trade lives with Gus and later Mike.)
Yes, I know what you mean, “Go Karts and Video Games… Wasted potential…”
It was like hearing an echo… from the past!
I think it’s because there was honestly no good reason to kill Mike in this situation and lots of good reasons to not kill him.
1. Walt had to figure he could take Mike in a gunfight. As we saw, Mike was not unarmed. Walt was lucky, here. As usual, he had the Devil’s own luck.
2. If you are trying to find out who Mike’s guys are, killing him accomplishes nothing.
3. Even on the run, a known quantity like Mike, stoic, old-school professional might eventually be useful again. I’m pretty sure all of the three Musketeers knew that Mike wouldn’t flip.
4. When Mike went into business with Walt, he decided to trust him as a professional criminal even though he disliked him as a person. (Compare to Lydia, who he kept thinking he should kill because he didn’t consider her someone who wouldn’t put a hit out on him again or turn him into the law).
I liked it that he said, “We’re both basically damned to Hell for all Eternity anyway, so you should get right back on this Meth Cooking Train!”
So, it seems that “Everybody wins,” doesn’t mean quite the same thing to Walter White that it means to… everybody.
“Jesse, you get cheated out of your methlamine money. Mike, you get shot to death. Everybody wins!”
I wonder if Aaron Paul had “chocolate cake with chocolate icing?”
This is one of the reasons I told my girlfriend, “Never go to Utah.”
Well, unless it’s to bury an evil book in the great salt flats, or race a custom Indian motorcycle.
Here’s how I use stamps:
1. I have to mail something that fits in a First Class Envelope. This is an extremely rare even in my life.
2. I fill out the address and such on the envelope, and I put the check or whatever in it and seal it.
3. I go to the post office, take it up to the counter, and buy the one stamp I need in order to mail it.
It’s got to be Michael Madsen in full on Mr. Blond mode.
How about Boardwalk Empire?
I’m sad I got downvoted, but I’m glad that people are protective of Jesse.
(I was just joking, but seriously, I think being stuck at that dinner forever… brrr…)