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Yes, I’ve heard of this one. All he wants to do is read for the rest of his life. How sad. Hope he can try squinting.
I’m glad you found your way.
First off, it’s illegal to drive past a school bus that has it’s stop sign out. It’s for the safety of the CHILDREN getting on or off the bus. In this case they were physically and/or mentally disabled children. This would have been evident to anyone seeing the bus as buses for these children are different.
Second, as you mentioned she clearly could have taken a different route. This person is a repeat offender. Just take a different street.
Finally, I hate people who think only their time is important and they shouldn’t ever have to wait a minute or five for someone else. How about use that time to be thankful that you have your health and the ability to drive yourself wherever you need to go instead of having to rely on others to drive you around in the “short bus.” I hope that officer took an hour to write her a ticket.
I totally agree. The awkward Ben scenes were funny because it made me so uncomfortable. I thought that one intern was going to think Ben was hitting on him.
I saw Aaron on an episode of Conan once. He brought this pic with him. He said at each end of season cast/crew party, he and Bryan dress-up as characters from that season. So that pic is after season 2, and they’re both dressed up as their respective lady-friends.
I believe we did see the inscription earlier in the series. I thought when Gale gifted the book to Walt, we saw the inscription. I say this because when I saw Hank about to get the book, I thought “oh sh*t. I think that has Gale’s name in it.”
Oh my Goooooood! You guys, what’s going to happen?!?!?! HAAAAAAANK!!!!!!
After reading a lot of comments, I had a thought. Perhaps Mike wanted Walt to kill him. He knew Walt had access to a gun, he knew he could easily insult Walt and piss him off, and he knew he would never see his granddaughter again (presumably the only thing in his life worth living for). He had a gun so he could have been prepared, just taken the bag without the “know your place” comments, and left. He made no attempt to shoot Walt when he was down by the river. Hmmmm, something to consider.
Isn’t the one you labeled as 1 Heisenberg in that stupid hat?
Agreed. I was shocked and sad.
I noticed the train whistle during the opening scene. Then once they talked about robbing a train, I thought the little kid would witness the robbery. My boyfriend actually thought Walt would kill the kid, but I said no way. Walt may have poisoned that other little boy, but he knew that the little boy would be fine.
I think is will be the unraveling of Jesse.
Oh, maybe the thing no one mentioned was that Hank said they were putting a detail together to follow Mike. Hmm, seems like that should have been done ASAP. Also, maybe that will lead to people getting caught. I’m not sure. Mike seems to be pretty good at knowing when people are being followed.
What a weird name. Does anyone know a real life Skyler?
Cool idea. I like it.
1. Skylar clearly wants Walt dead since she’s feeding him regular bacon instead of turkey bacon (like last year’s birthday breakfast). She’s hoping to get him unhealthy in any way possible.
2. Skylar’s wish comes true. Walt’s cancer does come back. Remember his little cough in the bathroom of the Denny’s at the beginning of the first episode this season. I’m guessing he’s lost it all, his cancer has come back, and he’s not fighting it (b/c he has his hair so he isn’t undergoing treatment). He’s going to go out in a blaze of glory since he knows he’s dying anyway.
3. I don’t think Jesse has any bad intentions. I don’t think he’s plotting anything with anyone. He’s just a nice guy who wants to get along with everybody.
4. I also don’t think Hank knows anything about Walt being Heisenberg.
5. I feel like there was something missed in this recap. No one commented on it either. Oh this is going to drive me crazy. I think I need to watch the episode again.
I actually teared-up reading this article. What a nice old timer.
Roger Sterling is Tyrion Lannister, correct?
Yeah, and he never once even thought she was the one who told on him for writing on the side. He knew her character (and Pete’s), and just knew she wouldn’t have told. Ken seems to be the only husband on the show that hasn’t cheated on his wife too. I really hope he doesn’t. I can’t stand the thought that absolutely everyone cheats.
I also said that Pete was going to die this season. He seems so depressed. A lot of them seem depressed, but he seems like a character who would actually kill himself. I think he’s going to commit suicide.
Same with me! I just bought the first book since I recently finished the first season.
I did think it was a slow moving episode for GoT. I like seeing evil Joffrey in every episode and also Daenerys. I must say I am impressed with the child actors in this series. They are pretty great.
Jaaaaayhaaaawk! Go KU!
It didn’t make sense to me that the captive zombies weren’t trying to eat alive humans. I realize the aren’t able to, but they can’t think or realize that themselves, can they? Wouldn’t they still attempt to attack and eat humans, instead of hanging back?
I think the helicopter was supposed to have been flying over Atlanta a while ago. Since Rick’s group had traveled by car, and the zombies meander at a slow pace, I think a lot of time had supposedly passed. Who knows if there are still larger forces. I doubt it.
How much time has passed since the zombie outbreak started?
Agreed! Right when I heard that I was wondering what hilarious thing Gabe would write about racist Daryl.
I saw a man in his low 30′s in a bar in NYC a couple of months ago that looked exactly like a slightly younger Jon Hamm. If I didn’t have a boyfriend, I would have made him mine. There’s no ring on this finger, so anything is possible. For that matter, there’s no ring on Jon Hamm’s finger, so ANYTHING is possible.
I actually liked this episode. This was definitely the best of the season (even though there wasn’t much competition). It seems like the writers are trying to clean up some of the past mistakes quickly (like, no duh we should have boarded up the windows and stored back up food in a hiding place a while ago). At least we’re seeing zombie action and deaths of humans now. I’m optimistic about next season. I’m still living in a pre-zombie apocalypse. I have hope for humanity and this show.