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So, in S3E6 we know the year is 2001. Howard presents Chuck with a “35 year-old” Macallan. The date stamp on the box the bottle was packaged in is 1966. For what it’s worth, time doesn’t appear too linear in the Saul/BB universe..
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All Heisenberg wanted was his drug empire and more money than he could spend whereas Walter just wanted to make money for his family. This is important because by the end Walter doesn’t lie to people, he tells them how it is. For example he tells Skyler how he believes he will end up and he doesn’t try to justify his actions like Heisenberg as he admits he was in it for himself. And by the end the drug empire Heisenberg had created was gone and the money he made was mostly gone therefore he lost whereas Walter had been able to get enough money to his family -which was plenty enough- and he died with a smile on his face surrounded by a similar amateur lab akin to the RV lab as Walter White therefore he won.
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There is a song playing in the backround during the poker scene in "Crazy Handful of Nothing". Does anyone know which one it is? thanks
I know Walt tried to justify poisoning Brock by saying he didn't give him enough and measured it out, but do you think he really knew whether or not it would have killed the kid? I mean whether someone dies from poison depends on their immunity system, not just how much they're given. Walt, a professional chemist, would have known that. I mean, there's also the possibility that he wasn't thinking straight and just assumed Brock would live, but the boy was on life support, meaning he was close to death. He still risked the kid's life. Plus, i don't know if i'm the only one, but when Jesse tells Walt Brock lived, he looked somewhat surprised. What do you guys think? Was it by dumb luck that Brock survived? Was Walt really being honest when he said he planned for Brock to be alive, or just saying whatever he could to keep Jesse from burning his money? Plus, the song Walt whistles after hearing Drew Sharp's disappearance on the news is Lily of the Valley. Clearly I feel like this is meant to show that Walt has stooped so low to Heisenberg that he sees children (besides his own) as expendable. But what do you guys think?
Any Albuquerque residence know where the movie is being filmed?? It’s supposed to happen mid-November through February. I’m trying to be an extra!
I wondering what Walter White doing after kill krazy 8. I know that he gonna clear the body by using acid but it is not mention in the movie. Any one can tell me another theory ? Thanks
The Breaking Bad Wikia (this wikia) says Jane's birthday is April 4, 1982. I assume this is established by Jane's dad, Donald, telling the EMT after she died that this is his daughter's birthday. Sources also have her date of death as January 26, 2009. There's a big problem with her birthday compared to her death date.
In Season 2, Ep. 12 "Phoenix", Walt meets Donald, in a bar. The date is January 26, 2009, the day of Jane's death. The two are talking and Walt says he just had a baby girl. Donald says he has a girl, too, and Walt asks how old she is. Donald says "Old enough to know better....27 next month." This puts Jane's birthday sometime in February.
Anyway to reconcile this? It seems this info ought to be revised.
If this is true, there's a major inconsistency here, unless Jane's death was not in January, but in fact two months later, in March, which would have reverberating effects on the rest of the timeline. For example, Holly White was supposedly born on ~December 27, 2008, in the same episode that we learn Jane's birthday is "next month". Are we to believe that this episode takes place over 3 months? The timeline on the wikia has "Phoenix" taking place between December 28-January 26.
So there are two approaches to this story. From Walts point of view, it was either hunt or be hunted. However Mike states that if Walt "knew his place" everything would have run like clockwork, and walt would have made his money. What do you guys think.
I mean I know she was old and stuff, but she seemed to play an important part in Jimmy's life, maybe he could relate with her again, once he's law licence is reinstated.
Doesn't Fring's death seem completely unrealistic? not in the aspect of having his face blown off but the fact that he got tricked by some old man in a wheel chair and Walter white;Gus Fring is very careful and seems to always be 10 steps ahead and he should have been ahead here too,even though he didnt have mike to inspect the nursing home tyrus should have been able to spot a bomb planted in between the wheels and the chair not to mention that tyrus didnt earlier inspect the old woman that was greeting walter outside the window.
This is a caharacter Called sobchak in BCS (Better Call Saul) and in TWD and i want you to tell me if is he the same person in this universes
This DEA officer appear on BB and TWD i want to now the name of this character in Breaking Bad
For me it looks like to me that Salamancas are planning to do coup in Juarez-Michoacan Cartel and try take power from Don Eladio. In season 3 Don Hector Salamanca clearly had lost his respect toward Don Eladio and openly disliked him and refused to follow his orders anymore. Lalo Salamanca later tried "fish" if Gus was interested to betray Eladio and do alliance with Salamancas and he also mocked Eladio. I think Lalo and Hector are planning now to start war against Gus (first) and then against the Cartel.
What you think, is this something we could start to see in next episode 4x10 or in Season 5?
Hi! Looking for more information on the poster Jesse has hanging on his Livingroom wall. Does anyone know if they sell prints or where to find this poster?
What is the song that is played when Nacho arrives at El Michoacáno, where he meets Eduardo "Lalo" Salamanca?
Its something starts like Taka Taka...