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I bet the cooking was the last straw for that guy. First he failed to keep Walt and Jesse apart, next he placed himself at a crime scene, then he starts to cook like it's his business. Gus likes his product pure.
I really loved how Walt failed to remove the size sticker from his Kenny Rogers shirt as well. I once had a boss who walked around all day in meetings with clients with one of those on his pant leg.
discovered this show a couple weeks back, and i'm hooked.
just one plot flaw that goes to the heart of walt's motivations: of course his HMO will cover cancer treatment. HMOs that withheld necessary care back in the '80s learned the hard, litigious way that they simply can't do that. so he didn't have to go to an out-of-network physician for treatment that, in his case, seems pretty standard.
but he does have another major motivation: providing for his family after he's gone. same reason i cook meth. :lol:
While watching the last couple of episodes I couldn't help but thinking that maybe there's a fanedit there focused just on Gus and Walter would be the one who interferes with his operation. I'll have to wait until the end of the series (or at least the end of Gus) to find out if there's a complete arc.
Walt poisoning Brock. Last week I wasn't convinced that Gus did it but I never entertained the idea that Walt was behind it. Adds some more meaning to the scene in the episode before last where Walt was spinning the gun on the glass table in the backyard
Finally managed to catch up with this series and it has finally helped me overcoming my Lost paranoia... if any series can have a perfect run I am betting on Breaking Bad - what a fantastic story, no useless characters, (except the fly) no dragging episodes, no pointless cliffhanger - instead of teasing something and then talking it away the next episode they go all the way and even further
we know walt can't die.... yet... but this doesn't mean we are not invested, in breaking bad it is not so much about getting killed but more about what becomes of the characters which sometimes is much worse than death
and jesse... oh my god, way to bring his charakter into the story. A lot of series keep the original cast members because people like them and so the writers think of a convoluted reason why we should still caer - not this series, every character has a purpose, if he doesn't he is no longer in the show.... just incredible