If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Wikipedia)   How long will Skylar have to wait for her plan to take effect? Will the conflict between Walt and Mike finally come to a head? Will there be more dubstep? It's your Sunday night Breaking Bad discussion thread (Episode 5 airs at 10 PM ET)   (en.wikipedia.org) divider line 514
    More: Cool  
•       •       •

855 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 12 Aug 2012 at 9:53 PM (1 year ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



514 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

Archived thread

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | » | Last | Show all
 
2012-08-13 06:24:19 PM

ontariolightning: Biggest difference between vic mackey and walter white i see is
vic was a horny dog farking many women throughout the series
and walt hasnt even got a sex drive though that might be the cancer


That was not entirely true in the beginning. When Walt first got a taste of danger, he went animal on Skylar and she was like "Wow - where did THAT come from?!" Then, after Tuco (I believe) he about raped her in the kitchen.
 
2012-08-13 06:27:53 PM

freetomato: ontariolightning: Biggest difference between vic mackey and walter white i see is
vic was a horny dog farking many women throughout the series
and walt hasnt even got a sex drive though that might be the cancer

That was not entirely true in the beginning. When Walt first got a taste of danger, he went animal on Skylar and she was like "Wow - where did THAT come from?!" Then, after Tuco (I believe) he about raped her in the kitchen.


and yet after that first season there hasnt been any walt sex drive
he hit on the principal in season 3 but that was all ego
 
2012-08-13 06:28:42 PM
plus that was pre chemotherapy
 
2012-08-13 06:40:43 PM

Sandor at the Zoo: freetomato: Man, I hope not. I'm still bothered that poor Hugo the janitor got arrested.

Ha, I just re-watched that episode the other night. I was surprised at how bad I felt for that guy, especially given all the really messed up stuff that happens in later episodes/seasons.



Me too! "Guess Hugo's not so cool anymore, eh?" Am I ever glad they decided to take Hank in another direction. Thank goodness for Dean Norris being smart-ass ball-buster in real life.
 
2012-08-13 07:34:04 PM

havana_joe: It's been inaccurate from Season 1 Episode 1. Maybe things you didn't notice, but things that may have been noticeable to someone else.

It's a TV show, not a documentary. It's entertainment, not education. It's a work of fiction, not a work of fact.



I have come to realize that, now that I have sobered up.
 
2012-08-13 08:25:58 PM

Supes: The average freight train is over two miles long. The generator wasn't close to them.


Remember that Jesse marked off how far the trestle was from the crossing. It was 814 somethings (probably yards or meters).
 
2012-08-13 08:45:31 PM

Captain_Ballbeard: havana_joe: It's been inaccurate from Season 1 Episode 1. Maybe things you didn't notice, but things that may have been noticeable to someone else.

It's a TV show, not a documentary. It's entertainment, not education. It's a work of fiction, not a work of fact.


I have come to realize that, now that I have sobered up.


Well then good Sir.. Apologies if I sounded snooty!
 
2012-08-13 11:23:58 PM
I was watching with my wife and she asked, "So why did they have to open up the top?" Vacuum is a biatch.


I don't think the plot holes were that bad. As a chemist, the chemistry errors are easy to forgive because you don't want to teach people how to make meth/bombs, and you certainly don't want to make them think that it is easy to do. If I were going to come here to complain 24 hours after the fact, I would complain that they are going to get busted because they broke the seals on the tanker (sure they put some back, but were they right?). They each have a unique identifier and aren't trivial to replace because of things like RFID and even GPS technology on expensive products.


/If you ever want to do a lot of monetary damage without really doing anything, cut the seals on the valves of a truck or train. If the seals are missing, the contents are considered adulterated.
//They probably got the seal numbers from Lydia
 
2012-08-14 12:32:05 AM
www.amctv.com

WHAR BREAKFAST?! WHAR?
 
2012-08-14 01:41:04 AM
You're off the team, Lance. No way Coach is going to approve of this.
 
2012-08-14 01:42:53 AM
How did Mike and Jesse have cell service in that concrete bunker?
 
2012-08-14 01:59:11 AM

stonytokes: [www.amctv.com image 590x250]

WHAR BREAKFAST?! WHAR?


i.imgur.com
i.imgur.com
 
2012-08-14 02:28:39 AM
Hey, kids...Todd is a mole, yo
 
2012-08-14 02:54:04 AM
I have a crush on Lydia. My kind of girl.
 
2012-08-14 03:00:38 AM

MRS MURPHY'S COW CHIP: Hey, kids...Todd is a mole, yo



SPOILERS


Todd closed his eyes before shooting. The kid took a grazing shot to the top left side of his helmet. He's not dead.

Link



SPOILERS
 
2012-08-14 03:14:54 AM
OK. I watched the beginning of the show frame by frame. I noticed something that makes me believe I was wrong in my last post.
 
2012-08-14 03:17:42 AM
Hank makes that statement about how it's good that Walt has gotten the new car and watch after the screwball life has thrown at him. IF he's got the money.

Is it just Hank's cop skeptical nature, or more of a suspicion?
 
2012-08-14 03:24:09 AM

libranoelrose: MRS MURPHY'S COW CHIP: Hey, kids...Todd is a mole, yo


SPOILERS

Todd closed his eyes before shooting. The kid took a grazing shot to the top left side of his helmet. He's not dead.

Link



SPOILERS


I don't believe that at all. It's not like the kid's body is going to disappear in front of Mike.

And I've been of the opinion that Hank has suspected Walt of something (not necessarily being Heisenberg) for at least a season's worth of shows now. He was gaming him on those trips to Los Pollos Hermanos last year.
 
2012-08-14 03:25:44 AM

libranoelrose: Hank makes that statement about how it's good that Walt has gotten the new car and watch after the screwball life has thrown at him. IF he's got the money.

Is it just Hank's cop skeptical nature, or more of a suspicion?


Given that everything in the show thus far has only taken one year, in which Walt has dealt with getting cancer, beating cancer, having a gambling addiction, and his wife's infidelity, it's completely plausible to explain the cars and watch as a mid-life crisis. If Hank thinks there's something up with Walt, there's still plenty of conclusions to jump to before "meth kingpin."
 
2012-08-14 03:26:16 AM

MRS MURPHY'S COW CHIP: Hey, kids...Todd is a mole, yo


A mole who just murdered a kid in cold blood? They might let a few criminal things slide to get him to testify, but not murder 1.
 
2012-08-14 03:29:47 AM

libranoelrose: OK. I watched the beginning of the show frame by frame. I noticed something that makes me believe I was wrong in my last post.


Even if he wasn't dead, they'd still have to kill him. Attempting to murder the witness of your train robbery doesn't leave you a lot of other options.
 
2012-08-14 03:31:23 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-08-14 03:39:14 AM
Walt's a goner.

His stunt in hank's office to bug his picture and put a piece of HW on his computer, presumably a packet sniffer or something.. how long could he possibly get away with that? Who is Hank going to conclude was the guy who did it? His relationship with skyler is irrevocably broken at this point, he's got nothing to do but fall.

He and mike are dead meat. Jesse might make it out alive but then what.
 
2012-08-14 03:40:11 AM

Crudbucket: libranoelrose: Hank makes that statement about how it's good that Walt has gotten the new car and watch after the screwball life has thrown at him. IF he's got the money.

Is it just Hank's cop skeptical nature, or more of a suspicion?

Given that everything in the show thus far has only taken one year, in which Walt has dealt with getting cancer, beating cancer, having a gambling addiction, and his wife's infidelity, it's completely plausible to explain the cars and watch as a mid-life crisis. If Hank thinks there's something up with Walt, there's still plenty of conclusions to jump to before "meth kingpin."


That's the great thing about Hank, though. He can take a half dozen seemingly unrelated bits of evidence and figure out the truth. Gale's lab notebook with the W.W.. Walt's other strange behavior throughout the series (like doing everything in his power to keep Hank away from the chicken warehouse and laundry). Walt being a chemistry genius who has the training to make the purest stuff EVAR! It'll come together.

I don't think Hank is there yet, but a few more incidents (finding the bug on the picture) could put it over the top.
 
2012-08-14 03:43:51 AM

Confabulat: It's not like the kid's body is going to disappear in front of Mike.


I don't know what that means.

Confabulat: And I've been of the opinion that Hank has suspected Walt of something (not necessarily being Heisenberg) for at least a season's worth of shows now. He was gaming him on those trips to Los Pollos Hermanos last year.


I agree that Hank has been possibly gaming Walt, but Walt hasn't exactly not been antagonizing him.

Are you talking specifically about planting the tracking device on Gus' car at the chicken shack? Or the investigation of the poultry farm and trying to get him to take him to the laundry?

Baryogenesis: Even if he wasn't dead, they'd still have to kill him. Attempting to murder the witness of your train robbery doesn't leave you a lot of other options.


It actually would add to the suspense, IMO.

Another kid getting killed in this show would not actually be that shocking.

Now a kid being in Crazy 8's situation is a whole 'nother story...

Regardless, from the 4 or 5 frames I was able to see from the beginning of the show, the kid is definitely dead.
 
2012-08-14 03:45:07 AM

Baryogenesis: It'll come together.


Plus the first season where Hank investigates the missing equipment as well as his relationship with Jesse.
 
2012-08-14 03:46:46 AM

Baryogenesis: Crudbucket: libranoelrose: Hank makes that statement about how it's good that Walt has gotten the new car and watch after the screwball life has thrown at him. IF he's got the money.

Is it just Hank's cop skeptical nature, or more of a suspicion?

Given that everything in the show thus far has only taken one year, in which Walt has dealt with getting cancer, beating cancer, having a gambling addiction, and his wife's infidelity, it's completely plausible to explain the cars and watch as a mid-life crisis. If Hank thinks there's something up with Walt, there's still plenty of conclusions to jump to before "meth kingpin."

That's the great thing about Hank, though. He can take a half dozen seemingly unrelated bits of evidence and figure out the truth. Gale's lab notebook with the W.W.. Walt's other strange behavior throughout the series (like doing everything in his power to keep Hank away from the chicken warehouse and laundry). Walt being a chemistry genius who has the training to make the purest stuff EVAR! It'll come together.

I don't think Hank is there yet, but a few more incidents (finding the bug on the picture) could put it over the top.


There's no question Hank will figure it out, but it's going to be a big lightening bolt AHA! moment that the whole episode hinges on. He doesn't suspect a damn thing right now. If he had a clue that Walt was Heisenberg, we would see him pursuing the hell out of it. If the last ASAC got canned just for being friends with Gus, imagine what they'll do to Hank when it comes out that his own brother-in-law is the kingpin and he did nothing about it.
 
2012-08-14 03:47:02 AM

Father_Jack: bug his picture and put a piece of HW on his computer, presumably a packet sniffer or something.. how long could he possibly get away with that?


Someone upthread already mentioned that it is most likely a temporary bug. Walt will go back and retrieve it before it's discovered.

If I can agree to believe that is going to be covered with some trivial visit and taken care of I'm cool with it.

Don't forget Gome, guys. He's still in the mix.
 
2012-08-14 03:59:26 AM

Father_Jack: Walt's a goner.

His stunt in hank's office to bug his picture and put a piece of HW on his computer, presumably a packet sniffer or something.. how long could he possibly get away with that? Who is Hank going to conclude was the guy who did it? His relationship with skyler is irrevocably broken at this point, he's got nothing to do but fall.

He and mike are dead meat. Jesse might make it out alive but then what.


After Gus pulled the wool over their eyes, I think they'd want to tighten security and do a search for bugs on a routine basis.
 
2012-08-14 04:02:00 AM

Confabulat: libranoelrose: MRS MURPHY'S COW CHIP: Hey, kids...Todd is a mole, yo


SPOILERS

Todd closed his eyes before shooting. The kid took a grazing shot to the top left side of his helmet. He's not dead.

Link



SPOILERS

I don't believe that at all. It's not like the kid's body is going to disappear in front of Mike.

And I've been of the opinion that Hank has suspected Walt of something (not necessarily being Heisenberg) for at least a season's worth of shows now. He was gaming him on those trips to Los Pollos Hermanos last year.


And yet he hasn't made a move against him, nor told anyone else on the force his suspicions?
 
2012-08-14 04:03:53 AM

libranoelrose: MRS MURPHY'S COW CHIP: Hey, kids...Todd is a mole, yo


SPOILERS

Todd closed his eyes before shooting. The kid took a grazing shot to the top left side of his helmet. He's not dead.

Link



SPOILERS


Sigh. And Jesse moved the gun at the last minute, and didn't kill Gale, right?
 
2012-08-14 04:10:18 AM

eddiesocket: And yet he hasn't made a move against him, nor told anyone else on the force his suspicions?


He's not convinced that Walt is Heisenberg yet. He definitely suspects though.

I think it might even turn out to be some Kaiser Soze shiat where Hank realizes all the clues right before it's too late to stop whatever ends up happening.

That would be cool.
 
2012-08-14 04:13:31 AM

eddiesocket: And yet he hasn't made a move against him, nor told anyone else on the force his suspicions?


I don't think Hank trusts his co-workers. I'm of the opinion at least one of them, Gomez maybe, is on the take and Hank suspects it. He's playing everything quiet and close to the vest.
 
2012-08-14 04:15:30 AM
What are peoples guesses on when the events at the start of the season premiere take place?

A. End of this half season
b. Beginning of next half season
2. Beginning of next seasons' half episode of the half season
2B. End of next season' half season episode
6. Beginning or end of the final season of the series?
 
2012-08-14 04:26:06 AM

eddiesocket: Sigh. And Jesse moved the gun at the last minute, and didn't kill Gale, right?


No. I was never one of those believers.

That's been explained a dozen times how the camera panning gave viewers reason to doubt it happened.

I never agreed with those that said Gale wasn't dead, or shot by Jesse.

My point here is that I see frames that cannot be explained by any other explanation that Todd killed the kid.

I have frames I can post that show his eyes obviously closed right before he pulls the trigger.

I just watched the "Making of" this episode and they were talking about how this was the biggest (cinematic) scene the show has ever done, and only had 4 days to shoot it.

Probably didn't have time to get a picture of Todd firing the pistol with his eyes open.

/they're always closed, it looks like to me
 
2012-08-14 04:27:56 AM

libranoelrose: My point here is that I see frames that cannot be explained by any other explanation than that Todd killed the kid.


FTFM
 
2012-08-14 04:50:54 AM

libranoelrose: Father_Jack: bug his picture and put a piece of HW on his computer, presumably a packet sniffer or something.. how long could he possibly get away with that?

Someone upthread already mentioned that it is most likely a temporary bug. Walt will go back and retrieve it before it's discovered.

If I can agree to believe that is going to be covered with some trivial visit and taken care of I'm cool with it.

Don't forget Gome, guys. He's still in the mix.


You guys think Gomez is dirty?

I had not heard this theory and cant think of anything suspicious which would indicate it. Someone asplain.
 
2012-08-14 05:00:04 AM

libranoelrose: Baryogenesis: Even if he wasn't dead, they'd still have to kill him. Attempting to murder the witness of your train robbery doesn't leave you a lot of other options.

It actually would add to the suspense, IMO.

Another kid getting killed in this show would not actually be that shocking.


Yeah, they would have another vote, but I have a feeling Jesse would be outvoted. Either way, I think Jesse's reaction to the kid's death will cause a major disruption.

Crudbucket: There's no question Hank will figure it out, but it's going to be a big lightening bolt AHA! moment that the whole episode hinges on. He doesn't suspect a damn thing right now. If he had a clue that Walt was Heisenberg, we would see him pursuing the hell out of it. If the last ASAC got canned just for being friends with Gus, imagine what they'll do to Hank when it comes out that his own brother-in-law is the kingpin and he did nothing about it.


Now that would be a great farking episode. Hank sleuthing his way to the big reveal, but then realizing his career and his family are farked. I hope they don't just have Skyler rat. I want to see Hank on the case. Actually, Walt killing Skyler for attempting to rat him out and then her death being the catalyst for Hank putting it all together would be good.

libranoelrose: Someone upthread already mentioned that it is most likely a temporary bug. Walt will go back and retrieve it before it's discovered.


I can see Walt and his ego thinking the chance of it being found is worth the benefit of having the bug feeding them info.
 
2012-08-14 05:06:11 AM

Father_Jack: You guys think Gomez is dirty?


As a Sanchez.
 
2012-08-14 05:14:16 AM

libranoelrose: eddiesocket: And yet he hasn't made a move against him, nor told anyone else on the force his suspicions?

He's not convinced that Walt is Heisenberg yet. He definitely suspects though.


To me, it's one of those crazy thoughts that pops into your head for a brief moment before you go "no way, that makes no sense" but it comes back every now and then. How long has Hank known Walt as the quiet, dull, nerd? 20-25 years? Walt told Hank point blank he had hundreds of thousand of dollars in a bag when he was kicked out by Skyler. Hank isn't quite at "suspects Walt" stage IMHO, but closer to the "random, nonsensical thought" stage.

libranoelrose: What are peoples guesses on when the events at the start of the season premiere take place?

A. End of this half season
b. Beginning of next half season
2. Beginning of next seasons' half episode of the half season
2B. End of next season' half season episode
6. Beginning or end of the final season of the series?


I think it's the 2nd to last or last episode of the series. Walt is alone, in hiding and just bought a giant farking gun. It's the final showdown/revenge and there won't be anything left afterward.

More specifically, I could see the 2nd half of the season building to the showdown in the series finale. Walt, at the very end of the 2nd to last episode, goes to the trunk of the car and the episode closes on the image of the machine gun in the trunk. At that point, the audience knows who Walt is going after, why and with what in the final episode. It'll just be a matter of showing the carnage and aftermath.
 
2012-08-14 05:40:13 AM
I don't follow this as closely as some, but does anyone else remember Walt taking some prescription medication either at the end of the last season or the beginning of this one? He seemed to do some of the same coughing in the robbery scene as he did when he was sick.

I think he already knows the cancer is back and that is the reason for him being so bold as of late and his unwillingness to delay production. I really think he is going to be a tragic hero at the end of this. His dismay at the thought of not being able to spend time with his children would lend itself to this line of thinking.
 
2012-08-14 06:07:05 AM

Father_Jack: libranoelrose: Father_Jack: bug his picture and put a piece of HW on his computer, presumably a packet sniffer or something.. how long could he possibly get away with that?

Someone upthread already mentioned that it is most likely a temporary bug. Walt will go back and retrieve it before it's discovered.

If I can agree to believe that is going to be covered with some trivial visit and taken care of I'm cool with it.

Don't forget Gome, guys. He's still in the mix.

You guys think Gomez is dirty?

I had not heard this theory and cant think of anything suspicious which would indicate it. Someone asplain.


There is absolutely no proof or reason for it other than some people want it to be true for some reason. He's never acted suspicious, no one's ever been suspicious of him, and it's never been suggested that there's anything shady going on with him or some double-secret agent within the DEA.
 
2012-08-14 06:08:34 AM

AhISeeWhatYouDidThere: I don't follow this as closely as some, but does anyone else remember Walt taking some prescription medication either at the end of the last season or the beginning of this one? He seemed to do some of the same coughing in the robbery scene as he did when he was sick.

I think he already knows the cancer is back and that is the reason for him being so bold as of late and his unwillingness to delay production. I really think he is going to be a tragic hero at the end of this. His dismay at the thought of not being able to spend time with his children would lend itself to this line of thinking.


He was popping pills in the one-year flash-forward in the season opener.
 
2012-08-14 06:52:37 AM

libranoelrose: eddiesocket: Sigh. And Jesse moved the gun at the last minute, and didn't kill Gale, right?

No. I was never one of those believers.

That's been explained a dozen times how the camera panning gave viewers reason to doubt it happened.

I never agreed with those that said Gale wasn't dead, or shot by Jesse.

My point here is that I see frames that cannot be explained by any other explanation that Todd killed the kid.

I have frames I can post that show his eyes obviously closed right before he pulls the trigger.

I just watched the "Making of" this episode and they were talking about how this was the biggest (cinematic) scene the show has ever done, and only had 4 days to shoot it.

Probably didn't have time to get a picture of Todd firing the pistol with his eyes open.

/they're always closed, it looks like to me


I'm not following you, what do his eyes being closed have to do with anything? Are you saying he shot the kid by accident? Because he did wave at him right before he blew him away....
 
2012-08-14 09:13:20 AM

MagSeven: libranoelrose: eddiesocket: Sigh. And Jesse moved the gun at the last minute, and didn't kill Gale, right?

No. I was never one of those believers.

That's been explained a dozen times how the camera panning gave viewers reason to doubt it happened.

I never agreed with those that said Gale wasn't dead, or shot by Jesse.

My point here is that I see frames that cannot be explained by any other explanation that Todd killed the kid.

I have frames I can post that show his eyes obviously closed right before he pulls the trigger.

I just watched the "Making of" this episode and they were talking about how this was the biggest (cinematic) scene the show has ever done, and only had 4 days to shoot it.

Probably didn't have time to get a picture of Todd firing the pistol with his eyes open.

/they're always closed, it looks like to me

I'm not following you, what do his eyes being closed have to do with anything? Are you saying he shot the kid by accident? Because he did wave at him right before he blew him away....


i think he's saying that the actor closes his eyes when shooting the pistol, rather than the character. If Todd closed his eyes, he's scared to shoot the kid, and might have missed. But he definitely shot the kid. What I want to know is what did you see in the cold open that tells you the kid is dead? The kid was alive then and we saw the spider and cut.
i got nothin else to do today, i'll go watch it but i'd like to know what to look for.
 
2012-08-14 11:03:57 AM
The kid probably survived and now Walt has no choice but to kill him.
 
2012-08-14 12:51:50 PM

libranoelrose: eddiesocket: And yet he hasn't made a move against him, nor told anyone else on the force his suspicions?

He's not convinced that Walt is Heisenberg yet. He definitely suspects though.

I think it might even turn out to be some Kaiser Soze shiat where Hank realizes all the clues right before it's too late to stop whatever ends up happening.

That would be cool.


Walt keeps wearing the damn hat, Hank is going to see him in it and remember the sketch. the sketch that Walt does not know about
 
2012-08-14 01:47:31 PM

Crudbucket: Father_Jack: libranoelrose: Father_Jack: bug his picture and put a piece of HW on his computer, presumably a packet sniffer or something.. how long could he possibly get away with that?

Someone upthread already mentioned that it is most likely a temporary bug. Walt will go back and retrieve it before it's discovered.

If I can agree to believe that is going to be covered with some trivial visit and taken care of I'm cool with it.

Don't forget Gome, guys. He's still in the mix.

You guys think Gomez is dirty?

I had not heard this theory and cant think of anything suspicious which would indicate it. Someone asplain.

There is absolutely no proof or reason for it other than some people want it to be true for some reason. He's never acted suspicious, no one's ever been suspicious of him, and it's never been suggested that there's anything shady going on with him or some double-secret agent within the DEA.


I think people want it to be true because it would be cool. There's certainly nothing in the story itself that would back that up.
 
2012-08-14 01:49:47 PM

Crudbucket: AhISeeWhatYouDidThere: I don't follow this as closely as some, but does anyone else remember Walt taking some prescription medication either at the end of the last season or the beginning of this one? He seemed to do some of the same coughing in the robbery scene as he did when he was sick.

I think he already knows the cancer is back and that is the reason for him being so bold as of late and his unwillingness to delay production. I really think he is going to be a tragic hero at the end of this. His dismay at the thought of not being able to spend time with his children would lend itself to this line of thinking.

He was popping pills in the one-year flash-forward in the season opener.


Which means it's unlikely the cancer is already back.
 
2012-08-14 01:57:10 PM

Keigh: MagSeven: libranoelrose: eddiesocket: Sigh. And Jesse moved the gun at the last minute, and didn't kill Gale, right?

No. I was never one of those believers.

That's been explained a dozen times how the camera panning gave viewers reason to doubt it happened.

I never agreed with those that said Gale wasn't dead, or shot by Jesse.

My point here is that I see frames that cannot be explained by any other explanation that Todd killed the kid.

I have frames I can post that show his eyes obviously closed right before he pulls the trigger.

I just watched the "Making of" this episode and they were talking about how this was the biggest (cinematic) scene the show has ever done, and only had 4 days to shoot it.

Probably didn't have time to get a picture of Todd firing the pistol with his eyes open.

/they're always closed, it looks like to me

I'm not following you, what do his eyes being closed have to do with anything? Are you saying he shot the kid by accident? Because he did wave at him right before he blew him away....

i think he's saying that the actor closes his eyes when shooting the pistol, rather than the character. If Todd closed his eyes, he's scared to shoot the kid, and might have missed. But he definitely shot the kid. What I want to know is what did you see in the cold open that tells you the kid is dead? The kid was alive then and we saw the spider and cut.
i got nothin else to do today, i'll go watch it but i'd like to know what to look for.


He doesn't have a bullet hole in the back of his jacket as he walks around his bike to get to the tarantula.
 
Displayed 50 of 514 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »






Report