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post #145 of 537
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Originally Posted by nevets88 View Post

According to sources, real money pit on the right is ~200 million.



I could never keep that pile on the right so organized. I would have gone DuckTales on that thing a long time ago.
post #146 of 537
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That's amazing.  Do you know the backstory behind the real pile?

 

It's the money Dalton McCrary took back from Mike and I after we went back on our word to promote his cockamamie swing "theories."

 

Don't worry. They're all just fives.

post #147 of 537
I was thinking the other day about how the show should end. And I thought about how they like to use songs that are at least tangentially meth-related. Which got me thinking, why not use the song that ended every '90s movie, and that most people don't seem to know is actually about meth?





Mr. Lambert goes down in a hail of M60 fire, while 3EB cuts in. Doo doo doo, doo doo doo doo...

"I'm not listening when you say, goodbyeeeeeeee."

(Okay, so I'm like half-kidding. b2_tongue.gif)
post #148 of 537

I realize how important the recent episode was to bridge the story, but it was awfully slow paced. I didn't particularly care for it.

post #149 of 537
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

I realize how important the recent episode was to bridge the story, but it was awfully slow paced. I didn't particularly care for it.

I'm in the same boat as you. Especially coming off such an exciting episode last time. I was feeling a bit underwhelmed after watching it last night. However, I'm thinking that this is setting up for a wild next episode. 

post #150 of 537
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Originally Posted by butt3r3dt0ast View Post

I'm in the same boat as you. Especially coming off such an exciting episode last time. I was feeling a bit underwhelmed after watching it last night. However, I'm thinking that this is setting up for a wild next episode. 


It kinda has to. There aren't that many left!

post #151 of 537

The impression of Vince Gilligan is hilarious

 

post #152 of 537
That ending tonight.... b1_ohmy.gif
post #153 of 537
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That ending tonight.... b1_ohmy.gif
Holy moly!!! ....
post #154 of 537
So good to see Walter Mirandized and cuffed.

So...
Damn...
Good...

Too bad he got away though. Still 3 more episodes for him to get a tasty demise.
post #155 of 537

Am I the only one who thinks its NOT over for Hank at this point?

post #156 of 537
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post
 

Am I the only one who thinks its NOT over for Hank at this point?

 

If it was, they probably would have ended it with him getting shot. Not necessarily dying, but getting shot somewhere to make you wonder.

 

I agree that it might not be over. But who the F knows? (I mean besides the cast and whatnot...)

post #157 of 537

I think Hank, his partner, and Jesse all get killed and they force Walt to cook for them. Probably way off, but we'll see how it plays out.

post #158 of 537
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Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop View Post
 

I think Hank, his partner, and Jesse all get killed and they force Walt to cook for them. Probably way off, but we'll see how it plays out.

 

If I HAD to guess, I'd say that Hank throws Walt to them, and they just take off with him...leaving Jesse, Hank, and Gomie in the desert. 

 

I just don't see them killing Jesse and Hank in the same episode.

post #159 of 537
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post
 

 

If I HAD to guess, I'd say that Hank throws Walt to them, and they just take off with him...leaving Jesse, Hank, and Gomie in the desert. 

 

I just don't see them killing Jesse and Hank in the same episode.

 

Maybe the kill Hank and Gomez but take Jesse to either do the cooks or force Walt to cook again.

post #160 of 537
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Originally Posted by nevets88 View Post

So good to see Walter Mirandized and cuffed.

So...
Damn...
Good...

Too bad he got away though. Still 3 more episodes for him to get a tasty demise.

I'm interested to see how many people share this sentiment. I still root for Walt to get away with it all.
post #161 of 537
Walter ends up in a wheel chair with a bell, Jr takes over operations and everyone else dies. Sunset in Havana.

The End.
post #162 of 537
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post


I'm interested to see how many people share this sentiment. I still root for Walt to get away with it all.

 

From the moment my wife started watching the show with me, she already hated Walt.  She didn't watch season 1 at all - when you couldn't help but feel sorry for him - so that probably plays heavily into her perception, but I was always rooting for him.  Somehow, even up through the end of Season 4 and the poisoning of Brock I still rooted for him.

 

I think the turning point for me was the scene in one of the tented houses where Walt is cooking and Jesse basically tells him he can't do it anymore and he has to go home.  He's devastated by the killing of the Sharp kid and he doesn't know if he could go on.  Walt says he's broken up about it too, but as soon as Jesse leaves the tent he's going about his business and starts whistling like he's happy and carefree.  After that, I've pretty much wanted him to die.

 

Then again, who knows, maybe upcoming events will make me change my mind, lol!

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