Aw hell no...Marie is valuable. Her and Hank both have undergone changes. And when Marie was silently grilling Skyler she was even quicker than Hank to realize just how duplicitous her sister was...going back to Hank's near death experience. I think both of them have been presented as the counterpoint to the Walt/Heisenberg schism. In other words, what happens when a milquetoast/mild mannered person is pushed to the brink. I was so fiercely happy for Marie condemning Skyler while Hank is still giving Skyler the benefit of the doubt, refusing to believe she is anything but a victim. Real nice work by both Hank and Marie(the actors) and it really, for me at least, made Walt/Skyler seem wretched in comparison. The scene with the tug'o'war for the baby was painful.
slightly off-topic I always complain that parts of this show are recorded way too low, and the conversation between Skyler/Hank on the floor of the bathroom was about the worst it's ever been. Time to get the subtitles out.
ya man, when skyler says walt can't turn himself in or they lose the money, you see again how she's just as bad as walt.
LOL: Where Do Walt’s Coordinates on ‘Breaking Bad’ Lead? | /Film
...But in reality, those numbers correspond not to a desolate desert landscape as seen on the show, but to Albuquerque Studios, where Breaking Bad is shot. Other recent projects that have used those facilities include The Avengers, The Host, and The Lone Ranger. The location is valuable in its own way, but not because there are barrels of drug money hidden there.
Terminally Ill Breaking Bad Superfan Turned Down Vince Gilligan’s Offer To Spoil The Ending
Tito...get me a tissueQuote:
If you watched the Breaking Bad season opener, you may have seen a dedication to Kevin Cordasco and wondered who he was.
Kevin Cordasco, was a Breaking Bad superfan who came to the notice of star Bryan Cranston and show creator Vince Gilligan when they were contacted by his godmother back in September of last year. Kevin had been living with cancer the last 7 years and, as his father told The Hollywood Reporter “There was something about the Walter White character … the way he took control of his illness, and his life, that really resonated with Kevin.”
So there’s no doubt that Kevin was overwhelmed and touched when Bryan Cranston spent time with him at the hospital, stayed in touch by email and then arranged for Vince Gilligan and Kevin to meet.
At which point, moved by what a great kid Kevin was and by the severity of his illness, Gilligan offered to tell him the how Breaking Bad ends provided he keep it to himself.
Here’s what choked me up about this story. Kevin thanked him and declined. Because he wanted to find out like the other fans and because he was worried he might not be able to keep it secret and he didn’t want to spoil it for anyone.
Some part of me thinks Kevin didn’t want to know because he was determined to live and find out himself.
He didn’t, sadly, but I’m pretty sure he knows. And I’m pretty sure he made a huge impact on a lot of people in the course of his life.
What a cool kid.
i live in a small place and my kid is usually in bed by the time i watch breaking bad so at that point, i always watch the tv on low sound with subtitles. most of the time, i can hear but when i can't, it's there to read so i guess i didn't notice how quiet that dialogue was. haha.
edit: oooh and lookie here, this was mesmerizing.
In regards to Low Winter Sun...
Was anyone else flabbergasted by the coke-rich kids plan to open a crack-den, complete with whooers AND a fried chicken stand????
What if the chicken was REALLY GOOD and you just happened to be picking up a to-go order when the fuzz came busting in? It made me proud as an American that Detroit is still the creative forefront of a new industry.