I don't watch the show, actually I barely know anything about it, but recently I've seen a rise in memes about breaking bad,can someone explain me why?
What's on your mind?
So I assume most of you are aware of the upcoming show "Marvel's What If?" that explores alternate scenarios in the MCU. Hypothetically, if Vince and the team were to make a similar show, exploring alternate situations in Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul and maybe El Camino, what alternate scenarios would you want to see?
As for me I'd like to see what would happen if:
Hector had killed Gus instead of Max.
Hank never found Gale's book in Walt's bathroom.
If Howard and Chuck offered Jimmy a job at HHM after getting his law degree, thus Saul Goodman is never born.
If Walter never left Gray Matter.
Hank and Gomez arrested Walt without Jack's Gang interfering.
Walter Jr. following his dad's footprints and entering the drug world.
If Walt had accepted Elliot's job offer in S1 E5.
If Jesse never killed Gale.
So what are some alternate scenarios you'd like to see? I'd love to hear them.
Yesterday afternoon, Bob Odenkirk (Who plays Saul Goodman/Jimmy McGill) was filming Season 6 when he collapsed on set. He is currently at the hospital and there are no other updates on his condition so far. Please give your thoughts and prayers for Bob. Not only for Season 6 production but for him being a talented and amazing person.
Odenkirk is okay! His son tweeted: https://twitter.com/birthdaynate/status/1420515313943302151
Reports say that the collapse was due to a "heart-related incident".
So there are a few examples of characters who first appeared in Breaking Bad who never met in that show, but meeting or sharing scenes in subsequent BB media. For example Jesse and Ed the Disappearer never had any scenes in Breaking Bad but have had several scenes together in El Camino. Jimmy/Saul also has a lot of scenes with Breaking Bad characters in Better Call Saul that he never interacted with in the first show. So I'm wondering what are some other examples of Breaking Bad characters who never met on that show meeting somewhere else?
Just look at his big eyes!
In the last two episodes of the show, we find out that Walter is discontented that his drug empire continues to run without him(likely due to his past with Grey Matter). My question is, why was Walter okay with leaving the business at the beggining of season 5a? He seemed fine with the notion that his empire would continue without his help then.
It seems a bit odd that Gus would not bug Walter or Jesse's houses, given the situation. Any thoughts on why he would not?
I think it was Saul other half Kim.!
I think that would explain why she wasn't in breaking bad, She could have meet with the disappear-er sold her end of the business to a hedge fund. Which would then give the disappear-er a origins story.
I think on top of this it would be good however if they reunite at the end of the sixth series of better call Saul to elope to Tahiti once he has committed one last coup in the name of Saul Goodman....they run off into the sunset together.
After all audiences like happy endings.. dont they..!
Need some assistance if you would please. What depiction is on Jesse's t-shirt in Half Measures (S3:E12). The t-shirt shows a person holding a snake in their mouth and hands. Appears like two skulls are on either side and the person carrying the snakes is being worshipped or something. Google images, bing, and tiny-eye are all drawing a blank or nothing similar enough to figure out what's on his t-shirt.
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Hello, I've been experimenting with your infobox for episodes on my sandbox wiki and I need to ask a question: is it actually possible to change the color of the infobox?
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Tell me who's your character in this whole universe.
Maybe you noticed a bit, but my favorite is Don Hector Salamanca ( I call him "Don" Hector as a sign of respect) because of what I saw in BCS about him before the stroke. A cold-blooded murderer who'd do anything to protect his family ( if there's anything I respect most in this life is a man of family who will do anythingo to help an protect them)
Note: With favorite I'm not saying that character is the best, no, I consider Walter, Gus, Jesse, Mike and some more better characters that Hector.
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Im intrigued to find out something..
So what was your “turning point” with Walter.
At which point (if any) did you see him as the bad guy? I found that I let him off with so much and still believed he was doing the right thing but then it got a bit thin and it was a bit of a grey area for me. I couldn’t pin point WHEN he turned to the bad guy?