The Critically acclaimed Breaking Bad, “Ozymandia.” episode is being labeled as “the best and most grueling episode ever.” The show kept you at the edge of your seat from start to finish. “I watched Jane die,” pushed Jesse over the edge, “I watched her choke, I could have saved her but I didn’t.”
Marie wants the DVD that discredits Hank
Marie wants Skyler to tell Walt Jr. and sends the White family into a tsunami wall of rage and hell comes crashing in, Skyler slashes Walter in their knife fight to get him to back off, “Enough is enough.” She wants to know what happened to Hank and she thinks Walter had something to do with it. Walt Jr. calls the police, and Walter runs off with the baby, and leaves the baby at a fire station in a fire truck.
“Walter White is a bigger monster that anyone in Westeros.” Martin wrote, “I need to do something about that.”
“Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Downtown Abbey, Homeland and House of Cards, should be an interesting race. We’ll all know on September 22,” wrote Martin.
A better villain
Bryan Cranston, actor extraordinaire screenwriter, producer, and director, has a huge fan base as he was loved and adored as the wimpy dad in Malcolm in the Middle, for six years and as any character he’s played since then.
“Walter White,’ is the logic of a scientist gone mad with the possibilities of pulling this thing off
If you go buy the line that we are all good at heart, is that why Walter left the book on the toilet? His copy of Leaves of Grass, poetry collection by Walt Whitman, did he want to get caught and end the nightmare for his family subconsciously?
Walt’s dilemma is the perfect storm
You want to feel for Walt, but Walt’s done some things you just can’t blow off as common pressure, he’s killed some innocent people, watched some die without flinching or bothering to help. He’s left us feeling conflicted and riding the fence over our true feelings for him.
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