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Though traveling has Korey and CoHost in two different countries nothing can prevent us from spoiling The World's End and the latest episode of Breaking Bad.
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I guess it was a Deja Vu moment for Jesse, when he couldn't find his weed he felt the same way when he lost the ricin. Both times he lost something (while he was definitely sure he didn't lost it) he was at Saul and both times he came in contact with Huel.
So now knowing that Walt is an evil S.O.B. , he killed Mike, he killed 10 guys in prison and felt 0 remorse when that kid got killed. Jesse put 2 and 2 together and came to the conclusion that it was Walt. Also, his original thought was that it was Walt who poisoned Brock. It made so much more sense than blaming Gus Fringe, thinking back he now knows he was being manipulated like he was in this episode in the dessert.
Was it convenient that Jesse had to find out right before he was going to leave town? YES! But Breaking Bad has always been that kind of show to me, that things always came back haunting the characters, where things are happening that are larger than life. Like the plane crash for example. These things elevate this show for me to being something more, it isn't afraid to go a bit outside of reality, cause this is what makes this a storytelling masterpiece. These things would never happen in real life, but they write it so well that it does work in the universe the show takes place in. The same reason I love Mad Men so much.
The ricin revelation wasn't too convenient at all. When Huel lifted his weed, he realized it at that moment when sifting in his cigarettes
In other words Korey shut up, I'm god and bitch you not
When Jessie got out of rehab he learned that you either run from things or accept who you are. At the time he thought he was the bad guy. Within the next 5 episodes Jessie will realize he's been running for too long and that he has to accept that he is actually the good guy and Walt is his nemesis.
I still think Walt will win the lottery, buy Grey Matter and fire Gretchen & Elliott... somehow this will bite Walt in the ass. There's a chance that Jessie could steal the ticket, figure out the coordinates, steal Walt's buried cash, AND win the lottery with that ticket.
It'll be revealed that Ted is the real father of Walt Jr.
In the last episode Walt will win over everyone against all odds and he'll sit down to rest. That's when Jesse will press a gun to Walt's head... Jesse: Once you said I was the blowfish, but it's actually YOU who's full of nothing but hot air and lies. (Walt will try to talk Jessie out of shooting him) Jessie: Remember what you told me when when we were stuck in the desert? That you deserve to die? (Jessie shoots Walt point blank) Jessie: Who's the blowfish now, BITCH?!
43:50 - He looks like a mixture of Matt Damon and Julia Styles... which somehow made him MORE creepy to me... O_O
@KevinM. I think we understood the context of the revelation that Jesse had pretty clearly. It's just wondering how much information we have as a viewer, as opposed to Jesse's character on the show, that would make sense for us "the viewers" to have him draw up a solid conclusion that Walt did indeed poison Brock. The only thing Saul has admitted was taking the ricin from Jesse under Walt's orders. Saul never told Jesse what Walt's intentions were. Walt can still talk his way out of it because he still has the ricin that was never ever ever ever found in Brock or anywhere near him. Plus Brock or anyone else for that matter never saw Walter around Brock, Brock's school or home. I'm rewatching some episodes and reading articles just to do my homework for the next show on this subject. I myself didn't have that big of a problem with the revelation because I do watch a lot of guilty pleasure shows that don't bother to explain shit so I'm kind of use to it. This is the type of show you actually do have to go over with a fine tooth comb because details are everything with this show. If I didn't make this clear in the show then that's my fault. But I'm never wrong. EVER! *I hope they bought that. Whoops*
@Lionel If you couldn't find the many other great character arcs going on in The Dark Knight all that interesting then that's your problem, not mine. Don't Tell Me Your Problems! Oh and you can have Keaton, I'm not trying to take him away from you. There's plenty of Batman to go around for everyone.
Jesus, you guys REALLY didn't understand what was going on in some scenes.
The reason Jesse comes upon his revelation is because he reaches into his pocket for his weed and can't find it. Now where has it gone? I just had in the last scene where...Huel awkwardly bumped into me. He must have lifted it. Wait, when the ricin originally went missing I guessed that Huel lifted it off of me when he was searching me. They must have taken the ricin....
Granted, it takes some inference to realize what is going on in Jesse's head...until he accuses Saul of having Huel take his weed, which he admits. So I don't think it was all that confusing to follow.
Co-Host, wasn't The Dark Knight a Joker film too? It sure felt like it. Keaton does have presence. Ben Affleck does not.
...How do you just ignore the fact that correcting you after your pathetic insults, is in fact a troll? Hah. What I said honestly sounds like a problem I had with your name? Well, maybe you're just to damn sensitive.
It' s not even fun trollin' grammar Nazis anymore. The fact that you took the time to correct an obvious troll let me know how sad a person you really are. I"ve been here for 6 years not one person has ever had a problem with my name. The episode of MYTHBUSTERS was fun. They also did a Green Hornet episode.
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