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Old 09-30-2013, 02:59 PM   #871
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But I don't want to picture Meth!Landry in a metal bikini.

.... and yet, now I am.

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Old 09-30-2013, 03:37 PM   #872
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I am really happy my point of reference is not a crappy Star Wars movie

I was thinking of Walt with the bike lock (a restraint) to choke out Krazy 8




they could have had a pole in that club house
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Old 09-30-2013, 04:13 PM   #873
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Old 09-30-2013, 04:25 PM   #874
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There have been several in-a-coffin shots throughout the series. He's always been a dead man.

a lot of over thinking with this series, (as with Mad Men) and I am not meaning only you, the web reaks of it

how many coffin shots with Jesse?
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Matt Seitz' reading of Walt as this guilt-bound ghost trying to make amends, admitting guilt stood out during the episode. The last two eps as a soul-crushing denouement following the hyper-climax of "Ozymandias" jives well with me right now. Remains to be seen how it'll feel when the show is watched again in its entirety.

Fuck it, I dunno.

Let's talk about Todd's new Lydia ringtone.
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Matt Seitz' reading of Walt as this guilt-bound ghost trying to make amends, admitting guilt stood out during the episode. The last two eps as a soul-crushing denouement following the hyper-climax of "Ozymandias" jives well with me right now. Remains to be seen how it'll feel when the show is watched again in its entirety.

Fuck it, I dunno.

Let's talk about Todd's new Lydia ringtone.

That was great. The fact that they can put humor (that actually works, and makes us laugh) in a dark scene like that has always been one of the fun things about Breaking Bad.
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a lot of over thinking with this series, (as with Mad Men) and I am not meaning only you, the web reaks of it

how many coffin shots with Jesse?


generally, if a shot is there, it's meant to be there. lots of smart people spend a lot of time composing shots that are intended to work on many different levels.

for example, the dead Walter White came back to haunt ABQ, and he was very intentionally shot like a ghost/apparition -- note the slow zoom in once Skylar hands up the phone and we reveal Walt already standing in the kitchen, as if he's just materialized.

all that is intentional.
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Old 09-30-2013, 05:05 PM   #878
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Probably unintentional but hey who knows. Breaking Bad has 62 episodes, element 62 is Samarium of which various isotopes of it are used in cancer treatments including lung cancer...

I can't imagine things were planned out that well especially since the first season was effected by the writer's strike, it is a nice coincidence all the same and surely fits the mythos that will be built up around Breaking Bad in the years to come.
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Old 09-30-2013, 05:12 PM   #879
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Let's talk about Todd's new Lydia ringtone.
Uncle Jack made me laugh a few times because I have a dark sense of humor, but the Marx Brothers reference took the day. Definitely tops She Blinded Me With Science from earlier in the season.
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I cracked up when he said wait!! and grabbed his cigarette. So great.
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Old 09-30-2013, 06:18 PM   #882
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He'll die from starvation.
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Old 09-30-2013, 07:07 PM   #883
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Take a bow, Mrs Garrison, you were one person off, but got all the mechanics right. Skyler instead of Jesse.
Well thank you, it was all sweaty balls and stomach cramps for me, better to spend half of your life dreaming about the other half than to watch it slowly fade away from the epicenter.

No crystal ball here, just rationalizing what seemed the natural course of things, in my twisted mind. I did get a bit closer with the tunes as I posted here the other day in a different thread


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To me I thought the episode was perfect. I don't know what people would complain about, though notably one of the people objecting the loudest has been here complaining after every single episode. Why even bother watching then....i don't get it?

Anyway - this show will go on and live well beyond its creators. Easily the best, most addictive show ive ever watched.
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Easily the best, most addictive show ive ever watched.
When I first started raving about this show, I would always feel compelled to qualify statements I would make such as yours, with the caveat "..outside of The Wire".

I'm not so sure I feel the same any more, and a large part of that is because of how good each show's final seasons were. Now I would simply put them on par. They both had me thoroughly hooked and riveted from start to finish. I had to literally force myself not to watch the marathon this past week, because I knew it would end up the same way I watched The Wire the second time through: non-stop, with very little sleep, food, or contact with the outside world
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I hope Jesse just keeps driving that car really fast and laughing uncontrollably...forever. An everlasting joy ride.

And the final sequence has stuck with me all day, with Baby Blue kicking in and Walt dying in the lab. A beautiful ending.

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The point is that he HAD NEVER BEEN THERE BEFORE.
Yes he had. He was there just a couple of episodes ago, when he had the meeting with Uncle Jack to put the hit on Jesse. Said something about "make it quick and painless" and shook hands with Jack. I think it was even in the same room.
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