Monday, August 22, 2011

“Don’t want to burst your bubble kid, but that’s 90 percent of the job.”

Last night's Breaking Bad opened with one of those outrageously, inhumanely violent scenes that put the show on the map...and then went into about 57 minutes of showing you Walt's hypocrisy in the different manner in which he approaches his relationships with Jesse and Skyler. We got to see a little bit more of the Mike/Jesse storyline, but I have to admit that I'm still not exactly sure what the writers are driving at there. I hate to look a gift horse in the mouth, but really guys- no Uncle Hank after last week's last-minute revelation?

Season 4, Episode 6: "Cornered"


shortnkerley's said...

If Hank had been involved too, it would've been sensory overload. There was plenty to digest with Jesse regaining his confidence/sense of self-worth, and Walt pushing the envelope further than he ever has before. Is there any way to replace Skyler with a younger, hotter woman please? Let's get Walt to start bangin' out some fresh methslut or something.

Sir Wesley Willis said...

I am the one who knocks is maybe the best line in the history of the show. I'm not even sure what compares.

Boyce of Summer said...

The freaking Camero kinda sent me over the edge. That was a reach; no way Walt is that dumb.

LT4heisman said...

Just got around to this last night. Better late than never, eh?

Agreed with SWW - Walt took it to another level with that line. Sure scared the crap out of Skyler.

Not sure what Gus' motive is with Jesse. Legit? a ploy? Guess we'll have to wait and see.

I miss you, Gail.