What's on your mind?
And im wondering if its going to get more interesting
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Holly is a young adult woman, she’s a junkie, and she finds out how she’s the daughter of Walter White, also known to the drug world as Heisenberg, and she starts to gain a helluva rep, and she inherited her father’s genius on being able to make the best meth.
Got a t-shirt and can't figure out one of the symbols.
Central is a gas mask but upper left between undies and cash is something I can't figure. What is it???
Do you know why Heisenberg didn't say anything about that Jesse quit from cooking when they had meet up. (Say My Name episode) Because Heisenberg said Mike quits, but he didn't mention that about Jesse, do you know why?
It’s hard to take it serious when the real danger in the season was Gus. Especially with how Walt was afraid of him.
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A spinoff.. sequel.. revamp.. Whatever you call it, a breaking bad 2.0 changing its direction forever.
Ive seen breaking bad beginning to end maybe 5 or 6 times, just wrapping up the final episode again a couple days ago. Each time, I'm crying as Hank dies, or as Walter is livid, screaming on the phone at sky, yet helping her before putting Holly in the fire truck, and also at the end, while baby blue is playing, through the single tear clinging to my cheek, I smile... but not without a wish..
Its the famous saying, "it didnt have to end like this"..
And hell, in a world of quantum mechanics or super positions, maybe it doesnt.
Im sure this idea is about as unique as a glass of eggnog on chirstmas eve, but my idea was why not take it back to where Mike punches Walt at the bar.. While Walts at his apartment passed out, have it be the classic dream. Have the rest of the seasons of breaking bad be nothing but a dream about what "could" happen if Walt doesnt change his ways. And create "getting good" or "going good" or.... "building back" as a 2.0 in which Walt doesnt kill Gus.. Hank doesnt die.. and Walt isnt exposed, divorced, and hated by walt jr.. or my bad, Flynn..
Think about it and excuse me of my ignorance, but when has any show ever had something this epic happen? A reboot toward a totally different direction? Of course breaking bad ended just as it ended, but why not give the audience its happy ending? The cast cant look that different today, yet if we wait any longer, they might..
I have to be truthful, I didnt watch a single breaking bad episode between 2008-2013.. Hell I didnt watch breaking bad until 2017-18 I bet.. It was the idea of meth that turned me off.. I live in WV and had my own struggles with opioid dependence between 2007-2015 and I couldnt bare the idea of even watching a show that has anything to do with "meth".. But once i did, I got it loud and clear.. I realized what all the hype was about. I feel its the greatest show ever made.
They say its best to let sleeping dogs lie, but that saying was before we understood the potential of the multiverse or simulation theory.. In this timeline breaking bad ended like it did... but we can create our own timelines.... if we want to.
Breaking bad in its current form is indeed perfect. The fact that things do not always go as planned.. Happy endings are not a constant. Especially when you start making and slinging meth. But I prefer to see chemistry as the study of change...
How the show could have played out if Hank was actually Walt’s brother, while Marie was just Hank’s wife unrelated to the Whites?
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I was browsing through the wiki recently and stumbled upon the page about that janitor in season one and was wondering if any charges that he most likely attained would've dropped after Walt was discovered to have been cooking meth.
Jesse suspected that Walt had Huell lift the ricin off of him, and then when he accused Walt of doing it he insisted that Gus must have taken it and used it to poison Brock. Then when Jesse saw
that Huell lifted his weed he realized that Walt did have him lift the ricin so that Jesse would have motivation to kill Gus by making Jesse think that Gus poisoned Brock with the ricin, and then Walt poisoned Brock himself to get everything set.
Was it to break him further or because he felt like he needed to know the truth since that was as far as he knew the last time he’d ever see him?
It just leaves the audiences confused.
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Stay out of my territory.
Say my name
I am the one who knocks.
I did it for me....
I think this is a unanswered question we deserve a answer to?
I think their should be but I think he should Saul that is leave paying all his debts, before turning over a new leaf and leaving one last coup in the name of Saul Goodman completing the breaking bad universe with a movie which would make the part whole.
I think it should reveal the fate of Lydia, Kim, Lalo, but i think in the end i should do justice to the whole universe of breaking bad but the secret to a good story teller is to always leave the audience wanting more.
Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development should be a big thing i think that should revolve around the morality I think is shown as true poetic justice as what i think has been demonstrated here in the most critically acclaimed television show of all time, breaking bad.