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2012-07-03 09:32:06 AM  
That is easy, because it sucks. I tried sat through the first four episodes, but man that show is painful.
 
2012-07-03 09:34:11 AM  

violentsalvation: So, back to Breaking Bad, where the hell is this season going to take us? I really don't know where the show goes from here, I'm expecting Mike and maybe chemist dude who may or may not have been killed.


Wait, what chemist dude? Gale? (who has been pretty good as the cutthroat nice guy on suits, by the way) I thought he was pretty clearly dead. Who am i forgetting?
 
2012-07-03 09:35:55 AM  
In the fourth episode of the coming season, Walt will be elected mayor.
 
2012-07-03 09:36:09 AM  

elvisaintdead: violentsalvation: So, back to Breaking Bad, where the hell is this season going to take us? I really don't know where the show goes from here, I'm expecting Mike and maybe chemist dude who may or may not have been killed.

there's Gus' 'friends' back in Argentina (possibly amigos de Pinochet)
and the Austrians who funded the laundry/lab
who will be looking for different kinds of payback

not to mention the cartel still wants all that sweet, sweet blue product

AND there's the final showdown between Hank and Walt.

giggity.


Except aren't all the cartel guys who really know the source of the blue product dead? Didn't Gus poison them all? With that many top bosses of a mexican drug cartel dead I imagine there would be way too much of a power vacuum for anyone to give a damn about a Meth supplier from New Mexico. Anyone left would be too busy fighting for power.
 
2012-07-03 09:41:17 AM  

retarded: COME UP ANTS


Oh Jesus Christ. I have the worst church giggles right now.
 
2012-07-03 09:45:56 AM  

mechgreg: Except aren't all the cartel guys who really know the source of the blue product dead? Didn't Gus poison them all? With that many top bosses of a mexican drug cartel dead I imagine there would be way too much of a power vacuum for anyone to give a damn about a Meth supplier from New Mexico. Anyone left would be too busy fighting for power.


He's talking about people in Gus's history prior to the Mexican cartel. When Gus is being questioned by Hank and the local PD, Hank states that they can't find any record of Gus in Argentina and he says something like "blah blah blah Pinochet regime."

I think that the Austrian/European company that had financial connections to Gus/Los Pollos is going to be a part of this season.
 
2012-07-03 09:50:36 AM  
On Breaking Bad, the pizza places don't cut the pizza into slices, so they can pass those savings onto you!

/dear showrunners, please add Jane's long-lost equally-hot identical twin sister as a new character
 
2012-07-03 09:52:12 AM  

CrackpipeCardozo: mechgreg: Except aren't all the cartel guys who really know the source of the blue product dead? Didn't Gus poison them all? With that many top bosses of a mexican drug cartel dead I imagine there would be way too much of a power vacuum for anyone to give a damn about a Meth supplier from New Mexico. Anyone left would be too busy fighting for power.

He's talking about people in Gus's history prior to the Mexican cartel. When Gus is being questioned by Hank and the local PD, Hank states that they can't find any record of Gus in Argentina and he says something like "blah blah blah Pinochet regime."

I think that the Austrian/European company that had financial connections to Gus/Los Pollos is going to be a part of this season.


I read speculation that several German actors were cast for season 5, and further speculation that they were connected to Pollos Hermanos's German parent company. I couldn't verify this after a brief search.
 
2012-07-03 09:52:33 AM  

mechgreg: elvisaintdead: violentsalvation: So, back to Breaking Bad, where the hell is this season going to take us? I really don't know where the show goes from here, I'm expecting Mike and maybe chemist dude who may or may not have been killed.

there's Gus' 'friends' back in Argentina (possibly amigos de Pinochet)
and the Austrians who funded the laundry/lab
who will be looking for different kinds of payback

not to mention the cartel still wants all that sweet, sweet blue product

AND there's the final showdown between Hank and Walt.

giggity.

Except aren't all the cartel guys who really know the source of the blue product dead? Didn't Gus poison them all? With that many top bosses of a mexican drug cartel dead I imagine there would be way too much of a power vacuum for anyone to give a damn about a Meth supplier from New Mexico. Anyone left would be too busy fighting for power.


Or, one of them will decide to grab Gus's territory in the confusion to hold on to an income stream while everyone in Mexico is killing each other.

Honestly it's hard to predict what happens next. Walt covered his tracks well and doesn't have any real infrastructure to continue dealing. Where the story goes next depends entirely on what Walt wants to do and he's a little crazy so you can't say for sure what that will be.
 
2012-07-03 09:52:47 AM  

CrackpipeCardozo: mechgreg: Except aren't all the cartel guys who really know the source of the blue product dead? Didn't Gus poison them all? With that many top bosses of a mexican drug cartel dead I imagine there would be way too much of a power vacuum for anyone to give a damn about a Meth supplier from New Mexico. Anyone left would be too busy fighting for power.

He's talking about people in Gus's history prior to the Mexican cartel. When Gus is being questioned by Hank and the local PD, Hank states that they can't find any record of Gus in Argentina and he says something like "blah blah blah Pinochet regime."

I think that the Austrian/European company that had financial connections to Gus/Los Pollos is going to be a part of this season.


I don't know, my suspicion is that Walt's cancer will come back and since he has no money under his house for treatment (since Skylar gave it to Ted) he will have to decide if he is ok dying since he has accomplished his original goal of setting up his family financially once he dies (since the car wash achieves that). Or will his massive ego get the best of him to the point where he goes back to cooking meth to make more money so that he can stay alive (and in turn putting his family at a massive risk).
 
2012-07-03 09:56:38 AM  

odinsposse: Or, one of them will decide to grab Gus's territory in the confusion to hold on to an income stream while everyone in Mexico is killing each other.


Gus may be dead, but he's not entirely out of the picture.
 
2012-07-03 09:59:18 AM  

retarded: COME UP ANTS


fwallpapers.com
 
2012-07-03 10:00:05 AM  

CrackpipeCardozo: mechgreg: Except aren't all the cartel guys who really know the source of the blue product dead? Didn't Gus poison them all? With that many top bosses of a mexican drug cartel dead I imagine there would be way too much of a power vacuum for anyone to give a damn about a Meth supplier from New Mexico. Anyone left would be too busy fighting for power.

He's talking about people in Gus's history prior to the Mexican cartel. When Gus is being questioned by Hank and the local PD, Hank states that they can't find any record of Gus in Argentina and he says something like "blah blah blah Pinochet regime."

I think that the Austrian/European company that had financial connections to Gus/Los Pollos is going to be a part of this season.


In any case, I'm going to miss

image.spreadshirt.com

There's always flashbacks I guess.

/thinks "Better Call Saul" should replace "In God We Trust" on all our currency
 
2012-07-03 10:01:18 AM  
I think Walt is going to get involved with the Mexican cartel...well whoever will be running that ship. You can see the evolution in Pinkman as someone who is showing more and more confidence in himself, and I think at the end of the series, he and Walt will face off and one of them will be killed.

I know it may be jumping the shark, but I think Hank will probably turn...remember, the show is called Breaking Bad afterall, and it would seem fitting that Hank would get Walt's back after all the money and support in the aftermath of his shooting.

I also agree that we are going to find out who Gus really was, remember his past is a mystery, but this German/Austrian company is probably tied to that, and yeah, they will play a part, probably in bringing down Walt for good.

Season 4 was great, and 16 episodes for the final season (even though I hate this AMC model of splitting the seasons, South Park-style) will be epic.
 
2012-07-03 10:07:12 AM  
i.qkme.me
 
2012-07-03 10:07:54 AM  

mechgreg: Mentat: Because if you knew what was going to happen in the future, decisions would be really easy?

Exactly. I bet every network has a story about a hit show they passed on. HBO passed on Mad Men and I think it was ABC that passed on the original CSI back in the day and when CBS picked it up it ended up being #1 in the ratings for a multiple seasons.


Even better. ABC passed on CSI twice. It was originally a Touchstone Television (since rebranded as ABC Studios) production. When ABC the network passed, ABC Studios ended up selling the show to CBS Productions (now CBS Television Studios) which then licensed the show to CBS. So not only did Disney (the parent company for ABC and ABC Studios) lose the revenue from airing CSI, they lost all the back-end revenue (syndication, DVDs, etc.) as well, which at this point is probably close to a billion dollars. Not to mention all the money from the spin-offs.
 
2012-07-03 10:08:05 AM  
I say the first half of the season ends with Hank getting taken out by Walt. Then it will be an incredibly long wait until the second half of the season.

The show ends with either Walt dead and Jessie becoming "good", or everybody around Walt dead and Walt completely evil and having lost everyone.
 
2012-07-03 10:11:45 AM  

Evilnissan: FX also screwed up when they canceled "Terriers".


Exactly! Landgraf was on the fence with this one. Would it have killed him to give it a second season? Or maybe even bring it back to replace that God-awful boxing show that started in late fall 2010. FX really owed this show a mulligan after strapping it with that crappy non-descript name and horrible advertising that did nothing to describe what the show was about.
 
2012-07-03 10:23:13 AM  

ontariolightning: and now Justified. Some of the best dramas ever made


Wait... "Justified" is a drama? I really thought it was a comedy. Black comedy, certainly, but a drama?
 
2012-07-03 10:30:09 AM  

FinFangFark: I know it may be jumping the shark, but I think Hank will probably turn...remember, the show is called Breaking Bad afterall, and it would seem fitting that Hank would get Walt's back after all the money and support in the aftermath of his shooting.


I could see that happening because Hank is a pretty bad position. I mean if he does figure out that Walt is the Blue Meth King of the ABQ and turns him in then I imagine his supervisors are going to wonder why Walt was able to operate for all these years without Hank figuring it out. The questioning alone and suggestions about Hank being on Walt's payroll (or just being a bad investigator) would be a career killer for Hank. Especially when you consider how much pride Hank takes in his job. And especially when you consider that if anyone were to look into Walt's and Hank's financials they would see that blue meth money paid for all of Hank's every expensive rehab. So even if he didn't know Hank was actually benefiting from Walt's crimes. So if Hank does find out about Walt, does he turn him in, or help cover it up to save himself?
 
2012-07-03 10:35:21 AM  

mechgreg: if Hank does find out about Walt, does he turn him in, or help cover it up to save himself?


Or just kill him, himself?
Link Walt back to the cartel and the Diablo Brothers (who tried to kill him) and then become a hero for taking out the ultimate source of the blue meth
 
2012-07-03 10:35:44 AM  

drivingsouth: n the fence with this one. Would it have killed him to give it a second season? Or maybe even bring it back to replace that God-awful boxing show that started in late fall 2010. FX really owed this show a mulligan after strapping it with that crappy non-descript name and horrible advertising that did nothing to describe what the show was about.


Landgraf wasn't on the fence. I loved Terriers. It's one of my favorite shows ever. But as Landgraf pointed out in his post-mortem with the producers (something that never happens in television): "You could have doubled the ratings and it still would have been the lowest-rated show we've ever had." Landgraf did everything he could to figure out what went wrong and if it could be fixed to justify a renewal.

Their research showed that, while the marketing hurt, what little audience was there at the beginning didn't stick around.

"What they found is that it had a subtle charm that kind of crept into your psyche over time. I don't know if subtlety is something the American public is buying in droves. When I look at 'Jersey Shore' and the Kardashians and 'Sons of Anarchy' and 'Walking Dead'... I wouldn't say that subtlety and nuance describes the most successful kind of pop content in America today."

I think FX tried their damnedest to justify renewing Terriers but, at the end of the day, the ratings were just way too bad and there was no indication that anything they could have done would have fixed it.
 
Bf+
2012-07-03 10:40:38 AM  
Skylar?
 
2012-07-03 10:41:31 AM  
Once again a network turns away success because it's the wrong kind of success. Wikipedia:

"At the time The Amazing Spider-Man played on the CBS television network, it was with other live action television series or movies based on the comic book characters. Including The Incredible Hulk, Wonder Woman, Captain America and Doctor Strange.

The Amazing Spider-Man series had solid ratings throughout its run, but CBS was leery about being labeled the "superhero network""

So cancelled after 14 episodes even though people were watching.
 
2012-07-03 10:42:14 AM  

Darth_Lukecash: ontariolightning: They were scaring Saul in season 2. They werent capable of straight up murder back then. Walt is now though.

When Walt kills Saul we will all hate him
he will truly be the villian

He's been been a villain when he killed his first drug dealer in the basement.


That was self defense

you cant be a villain killing in self defense
 
2012-07-03 10:42:38 AM  
For completely sound reasons considering the network's lack of time machine?
 
2012-07-03 10:43:13 AM  
FX has Justified so they can do no wrong in my eyes. They better not cancel it though or I'll have to cut a biatch, Limehouse style.
 
2012-07-03 10:44:52 AM  

lilplatinum: Why do people keep acting like the shield is a good television show? After watching the wire its difficult to even slog through an episode of that crap.


The Wire although being the best show ever made is not the most entertaining, but it is the most rewarding. The Shield is just pure fun. Its not a chore too watch.
 
2012-07-03 10:47:41 AM  

ontariolightning: lilplatinum: Why do people keep acting like the shield is a good television show? After watching the wire its difficult to even slog through an episode of that crap.

The Wire although being the best show ever made is not the most entertaining, but it is the most rewarding. The Shield is just pure fun. Its not a chore too watch.


And, as others have already said, it has a FABULOUS ending. Though BrBa's should be better.

should be.
 
2012-07-03 10:47:42 AM  

Nem Wan: The Amazing Spider-Man series had solid ratings throughout its run, but CBS was leery about being labeled the "superhero network""

So cancelled after 14 episodes even though people were watching.


The Rural Purge. All this has happened before and all this will happen again.
 
2012-07-03 10:51:54 AM  

ontariolightning: foo monkey: ontariolightning: Have yet to wach Sons of Anarchy but plan on buying season 1 dvd soon
Love that it has Deadwood/The Shield actors

Netflix, fool.

Netflix Canada is not like Netflix USA
its missing all kinds of shows/seasons


Check out unblock.us

I'm a Canuck, and use it to get access to Netflix US, Hulu, etc.

You can set it up either on your compute, or right in your router so you can watch on a console as well. $5.00 a month.
 
2012-07-03 10:52:14 AM  

Strategeryz0r: ontariolightning: lilplatinum: Why do people keep acting like the shield is a good television show? After watching the wire its difficult to even slog through an episode of that crap.

The Wire although being the best show ever made is not the most entertaining, but it is the most rewarding. The Shield is just pure fun. Its not a chore too watch.

And, as others have already said, it has a FABULOUS ending. Though BrBa's should be better.

should be.


I'm not hyped for BRBA ending. The Shields & Six Feet Unders can't be beaten in my eyes they were too perfect

I'll be pissed if Walts fate is the same as Vic Mackeys. Theyre pretty much the same person almost. Family is their weakness
 
2012-07-03 10:54:53 AM  

Kwai Lo: ontariolightning: foo monkey: ontariolightning: Have yet to wach Sons of Anarchy but plan on buying season 1 dvd soon
Love that it has Deadwood/The Shield actors

Netflix, fool.

Netflix Canada is not like Netflix USA
its missing all kinds of shows/seasons

Check out unblock.us

I'm a Canuck, and use it to get access to Netflix US, Hulu, etc.

You can set it up either on your compute, or right in your router so you can watch on a console as well. $5.00 a month.


hm, its worth a shot, thank you!
 
2012-07-03 10:56:05 AM  
i.qkme.me
 
2012-07-03 10:56:52 AM  

ontariolightning: Strategeryz0r: ontariolightning: lilplatinum: Why do people keep acting like the shield is a good television show? After watching the wire its difficult to even slog through an episode of that crap.

The Wire although being the best show ever made is not the most entertaining, but it is the most rewarding. The Shield is just pure fun. Its not a chore too watch.

And, as others have already said, it has a FABULOUS ending. Though BrBa's should be better.

should be.

I'm not hyped for BRBA ending. The Shields & Six Feet Unders can't be beaten in my eyes they were too perfect

I'll be pissed if Walts fate is the same as Vic Mackeys. They're pretty much the same person almost. Family is their weakness


As much as Walt's actions are attributed to the safety of his family, I think there is a deep undertone of self preservation. Every time he thinks out the actions of his enemies, there is always "...to get to me" realization. I think the final season ends with several in his family dying, either by his hands or his enemies, and walk left on a large pile of cash, alone, and cancer-free, thus having a long life to look forward to.

BUT, i could be wrong, and he could have that redemption moment at the end, and everyone has a happy ending.
 
2012-07-03 11:05:03 AM  

FinFangFark: ontariolightning: Strategeryz0r: ontariolightning: lilplatinum: Why do people keep acting like the shield is a good television show? After watching the wire its difficult to even slog through an episode of that crap.

The Wire although being the best show ever made is not the most entertaining, but it is the most rewarding. The Shield is just pure fun. Its not a chore too watch.

And, as others have already said, it has a FABULOUS ending. Though BrBa's should be better.

should be.

I'm not hyped for BRBA ending. The Shields & Six Feet Unders can't be beaten in my eyes they were too perfect

I'll be pissed if Walts fate is the same as Vic Mackeys. They're pretty much the same person almost. Family is their weakness

As much as Walt's actions are attributed to the safety of his family, I think there is a deep undertone of self preservation. Every time he thinks out the actions of his enemies, there is always "...to get to me" realization. I think the final season ends with several in his family dying, either by his hands or his enemies, and walk left on a large pile of cash, alone, and cancer-free, thus having a long life to look forward to.

BUT, i could be wrong, and he could have that redemption moment at the end, and everyone has a happy ending.


No way does this show get a happy ending for everybody. Either Walt dies and his family is taken care of, or his family dies and Walt is left with his Meth empire.
 
2012-07-03 11:06:37 AM  

NeoCortex42: FinFangFark: ontariolightning: Strategeryz0r: ontariolightning: lilplatinum: Why do people keep acting like the shield is a good television show? After watching the wire its difficult to even slog through an episode of that crap.

The Wire although being the best show ever made is not the most entertaining, but it is the most rewarding. The Shield is just pure fun. Its not a chore too watch.

And, as others have already said, it has a FABULOUS ending. Though BrBa's should be better.

should be.

I'm not hyped for BRBA ending. The Shields & Six Feet Unders can't be beaten in my eyes they were too perfect

I'll be pissed if Walts fate is the same as Vic Mackeys. They're pretty much the same person almost. Family is their weakness

As much as Walt's actions are attributed to the safety of his family, I think there is a deep undertone of self preservation. Every time he thinks out the actions of his enemies, there is always "...to get to me" realization. I think the final season ends with several in his family dying, either by his hands or his enemies, and walk left on a large pile of cash, alone, and cancer-free, thus having a long life to look forward to.

BUT, i could be wrong, and he could have that redemption moment at the end, and everyone has a happy ending.

No way does this show get a happy ending for everybody. Either Walt dies and his family is taken care of, or his family dies and Walt is left with his Meth empire.


I'm betting on the 2nd. And we know he and Jesse are going to have it out at the end, and it's more than likely Jesse that will die b/c Walt is increasingly worried about his own legacy more than anything else at this point.
 
2012-07-03 11:09:50 AM  

coco ebert: FX has Justified so they can do no wrong in my eyes. They better not cancel it though or I'll have to cut a biatch, Limehouse style.


I saw the first season of Justified. I liked it, but I'm not quite sure what all the fuss is about - does the show change drastically in later seasons?
 
2012-07-03 11:15:47 AM  

ontariolightning: Strategeryz0r: ontariolightning: lilplatinum: Why do people keep acting like the shield is a good television show? After watching the wire its difficult to even slog through an episode of that crap.

The Wire although being the best show ever made is not the most entertaining, but it is the most rewarding. The Shield is just pure fun. Its not a chore too watch.

And, as others have already said, it has a FABULOUS ending. Though BrBa's should be better.

should be.

I'm not hyped for BRBA ending. The Shields & Six Feet Unders can't be beaten in my eyes they were too perfect

I'll be pissed if Walts fate is the same as Vic Mackeys. Theyre pretty much the same person almost. Family is their weakness


In many of the previews Vince Gilligan has stated Walt is basically done for, but how is being left as the big shock. If he just dies from Cancer it will be one of the most disappointing endings ever. If season 5 is anything less than constantly escalating epicness it will unfortunately fail in comparison to other series enders.

Don't let us down Vince.
 
2012-07-03 11:21:02 AM  

NASAM: lilplatinum: Why do people keep acting like the shield is a good television show? After watching the wire its difficult to even slog through an episode of that crap.

Because it is. Top 5 shows of all time, and it has the best finale of any series, ever.


The Shield is my favorite show ever. Nothing has gripped me more than that show. I have watched The Wire, and it's good, but it never got me like The shield did.

Having said that, the two shows are very different. I see people compare them all the time, but it's really apples and oranges. Just because they are both cop shows doesn't mean they are equal. The Wire deals with big, sociopolitical issues. And does it well. The Shield is a more personal character study. And does it well.

You can like both.
 
2012-07-03 11:24:35 AM  

FinFangFark: Season 4 was great, and 16 episodes for the final season (even though I hate this AMC model of splitting the seasons, South Park-style) will be epic.


I think you meant 16 episodes for the final 2 seasons.

The last 8 episodes will premier Summer 2013.
 
2012-07-03 11:25:09 AM  

Strategeryz0r: ontariolightning: Strategeryz0r: ontariolightning: lilplatinum: Why do people keep acting like the shield is a good television show? After watching the wire its difficult to even slog through an episode of that crap.

The Wire although being the best show ever made is not the most entertaining, but it is the most rewarding. The Shield is just pure fun. Its not a chore too watch.

And, as others have already said, it has a FABULOUS ending. Though BrBa's should be better.

should be.

I'm not hyped for BRBA ending. The Shields & Six Feet Unders can't be beaten in my eyes they were too perfect

I'll be pissed if Walts fate is the same as Vic Mackeys. Theyre pretty much the same person almost. Family is their weakness

In many of the previews Vince Gilligan has stated Walt is basically done for, but how is being left as the big shock. If he just dies from Cancer it will be one of the most disappointing endings ever. If season 5 is anything less than constantly escalating epicness it will unfortunately fail in comparison to other series enders.

Don't let us down Vince.


Let's say Hank has to die, either by Walt's hands or by the new cartel. Maybe Skylar or another family member dies...Walt is given a clean bill of health, and has taken over the region as the big meth man.

I think Jesse finds out through a drunken confession by Walt that he poisoned Brock, and allowed Jane to die. Jesse has had enough, and the end is he blows Walts brains out while Walt is sitting by his pool.
 
2012-07-03 11:28:21 AM  

ocirats: coco ebert: FX has Justified so they can do no wrong in my eyes. They better not cancel it though or I'll have to cut a biatch, Limehouse style.

I saw the first season of Justified. I liked it, but I'm not quite sure what all the fuss is about - does the show change drastically in later seasons?


2>3>1

Season 2 of Justified is one of my favourite seasons of TV ever. Right up there with 5 of The Shield and 4 of The Wire. The big bad is phenomenal.
 
2012-07-03 11:45:33 AM  

wiredmaverick: ocirats: coco ebert: FX has Justified so they can do no wrong in my eyes. They better not cancel it though or I'll have to cut a biatch, Limehouse style.

I saw the first season of Justified. I liked it, but I'm not quite sure what all the fuss is about - does the show change drastically in later seasons?

2>3>1

Season 2 of Justified is one of my favourite seasons of TV ever. Right up there with 5 of The Shield and 4 of The Wire. The big bad is phenomenal.


Yup. Margo Martindale is AMAZING in season two. Also, season two develops the characters more whereas in season one there is still a serial, "crime of the week" writing style.
 
2012-07-03 11:51:59 AM  

coco ebert: wiredmaverick: ocirats: coco ebert: FX has Justified so they can do no wrong in my eyes. They better not cancel it though or I'll have to cut a biatch, Limehouse style.

I saw the first season of Justified. I liked it, but I'm not quite sure what all the fuss is about - does the show change drastically in later seasons?

2>3>1

Season 2 of Justified is one of my favourite seasons of TV ever. Right up there with 5 of The Shield and 4 of The Wire. The big bad is phenomenal.

Yup. Margo Martindale is AMAZING in season two. Also, season two develops the characters more whereas in season one there is still a serial, "crime of the week" writing style.


Thanks, wired and coco, I'll check out season 2.
 
2012-07-03 12:00:10 PM  
Hopefully this season they're finally going to reveal that Jessie never shot Gale. He clearly moved his arm right before pulling the trigger.
 
2012-07-03 12:07:28 PM  

gunga galunga: Hopefully this season they're finally going to reveal that Jessie never shot Gale. He clearly moved his arm right before pulling the trigger.


so who shot Gale?
 
2012-07-03 12:10:31 PM  

FinFangFark: gunga galunga: Hopefully this season they're finally going to reveal that Jessie never shot Gale. He clearly moved his arm right before pulling the trigger.

so who shot Gale?


Victor. Duh! Who did Gus kill in revenge for killing Gale? Victor! Who does the police have a sketch of? Victor!

I mean, do I really have to spell these things out for you people?
 
2012-07-03 12:13:04 PM  
 
2012-07-03 12:13:33 PM  

gunga galunga: Hopefully this season they're finally going to reveal that Jessie never shot Gale. He clearly moved his arm right before pulling the trigger.


VG has said unequivocally that Jesse shot Gale.
 
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