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(Wikipedia)   So it's come to this; the final episode before Breaking Bad's one year mid-season break. Who will live? Who will die? What secrets will be revealed? What's for breakfast? It's the last Breaking Bad discussion thread of 2012   (en.wikipedia.org) divider line 1118
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2012-09-02 01:50:08 AM
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2012-09-02 01:54:02 AM
all I know is shiat is gonna go down
 
2012-09-02 01:58:26 AM
Jesse will either figure out or suspect that Walt killed Mike. And I have an odd feeling that Saul might not last very long either.
 
2012-09-02 01:59:54 AM

Confabulat: all I know is shiat is gonna go down


And this. I'm expecting a mini bloodbath.
 
2012-09-02 02:21:41 AM
In Walter's Labratory lives the smartest boy you've ever seen. And he blows Columbians to smithereens!
 
2012-09-02 02:47:55 AM

CavalierEternal: [gifrific.com image 475x259]


Pffft

Amateur.
 
2012-09-02 02:48:28 AM

CavalierEternal: [gifrific.com image 475x259]


Hey Gomie, did CE post the herky jerky one?

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2012-09-02 02:52:13 AM

cerejaninja: Jesse will either figure out or suspect that Walt killed Mike. And I have an odd feeling that Saul might not last very long either.


Saul will survive.
 
2012-09-02 02:55:22 AM

libranoelrose: cerejaninja: Jesse will either figure out or suspect that Walt killed Mike. And I have an odd feeling that Saul might not last very long either.

Saul will survive.


Of course he will. There will be people to sue after everything goes nuts. He will be looking for clients with smoke still in the air.
 
2012-09-02 02:57:34 AM
I'm guessing there will be spin offs like Three's Company.

What was that show where Jack Tripper had his own restaurant?
 
2012-09-02 02:58:29 AM
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2012-09-02 03:12:10 AM

libranoelrose: I'm guessing there will be spin offs like Three's Company.

What was that show where Jack Tripper had his own restaurant?


Vince Gilligan has said he'd love a Saul spin-off show, and Bob Odenkirk says he'd be all over it. But it's probably just talk; I don't think that really would happen. Could be awesome though
 
2012-09-02 03:16:29 AM

Confabulat: libranoelrose: I'm guessing there will be spin offs like Three's Company.

What was that show where Jack Tripper had his own restaurant?

Vince Gilligan has said he'd love a Saul spin-off show, and Bob Odenkirk says he'd be all over it. But it's probably just talk; I don't think that really would happen. Could be awesome though


I would eat it up like a helping serving of fried chicken.
 
2012-09-02 03:43:23 AM
That opening, how can he tease us like that? I have to wait another year to see what Walt does with the M60?
 
2012-09-02 03:58:12 AM

libranoelrose: Confabulat: libranoelrose: I'm guessing there will be spin offs like Three's Company.

What was that show where Jack Tripper had his own restaurant?

Vince Gilligan has said he'd love a Saul spin-off show, and Bob Odenkirk says he'd be all over it. But it's probably just talk; I don't think that really would happen. Could be awesome though

I would eat it up like a helping serving of fried chicken.


I love Saul, but he's essentially comedic relief for a dark series. Even though you COULD easily make a spinoff series about him, he really works as the Deus ex machina within the Breaking Bad world. A whole series about him would wreck the magic, unless they focus on yet another crime family that needs shady legal services. I guess they could explore the threats he has to deal with, but absent the brilliant criminal world in BB, could they really do it?
 
2012-09-02 04:50:33 AM

Lsherm: libranoelrose: Confabulat: libranoelrose: I'm guessing there will be spin offs like Three's Company.

What was that show where Jack Tripper had his own restaurant?

Vince Gilligan has said he'd love a Saul spin-off show, and Bob Odenkirk says he'd be all over it. But it's probably just talk; I don't think that really would happen. Could be awesome though

I would eat it up like a helping serving of fried chicken.

I love Saul, but he's essentially comedic relief for a dark series. Even though you COULD easily make a spinoff series about him, he really works as the Deus ex machina within the Breaking Bad world. A whole series about him would wreck the magic, unless they focus on yet another crime family that needs shady legal services. I guess they could explore the threats he has to deal with, but absent the brilliant criminal world in BB, could they really do it?


I guess you aee right
 
2012-09-02 05:10:42 AM

Lsherm: libranoelrose: Confabulat: libranoelrose: I'm guessing there will be spin offs like Three's Company.

What was that show where Jack Tripper had his own restaurant?

Vince Gilligan has said he'd love a Saul spin-off show, and Bob Odenkirk says he'd be all over it. But it's probably just talk; I don't think that really would happen. Could be awesome though

I would eat it up like a helping serving of fried chicken.

I love Saul, but he's essentially comedic relief for a dark series. Even though you COULD easily make a spinoff series about him, he really works as the Deus ex machina within the Breaking Bad world. A whole series about him would wreck the magic, unless they focus on yet another crime family that needs shady legal services. I guess they could explore the threats he has to deal with, but absent the brilliant criminal world in BB, could they really do it?


No, I envision a complete thematic change from Breaking Bad (which a lot of Saul, Badger, and Skinny Pete scenes are anyway). Make it a dark comedy, emphasis on the comedy. Bob Odenkirk is a comedian after all, and Mr. Show was brilliant, give him some creative control (something he happily admits he doesn't have on BB). Saul has plenty of clients, I'm sure, you can easily spend a hour meeting new characters in his shady world. He can't just get blow jobs all day long until Walter shows up.
 
2012-09-02 08:25:10 AM

Confabulat: No, I envision a complete thematic change from Breaking Bad (which a lot of Saul, Badger, and Skinny Pete scenes are anyway). Make it a dark comedy, emphasis on the comedy. Bob Odenkirk is a comedian after all, and Mr. Show was brilliant, give him some creative control (something he happily admits he doesn't have on BB). Saul has plenty of clients, I'm sure, you can easily spend a hour meeting new characters in his shady world. He can't just get blow jobs all day long until Walter shows up.


perhaps he could pay an occasional visit to a shrink by the name of Tobias Funke?
 
2012-09-02 09:21:02 AM

Confabulat: Lsherm: libranoelrose: Confabulat: libranoelrose:

No, I envision a complete thematic change from Breaking Bad (which a lot of Saul, Badger, and Skinny Pete scenes are anyway). Make it a dark comedy, emphasis on the comedy. Bob Odenkirk is a comedian after all, and Mr. Show was brilliant, give him some creative control (something he happily admits he doesn't have on BB). Saul has plenty of clients, I'm sure, you can easily spend a hour meeting new characters in his shady world. He can't just get blow jobs all day long until Walter shows up.


That could be awesome, very tricky to pull off but it has potential to be awesome. They could even tell the story as his first years in the business, before he got involved with the BB folks... lots of room to develop stories there.
 
2012-09-02 10:04:37 AM

Confabulat: Lsherm: libranoelrose: Confabulat: libranoelrose: I'm guessing there will be spin offs like Three's Company.

What was that show where Jack Tripper had his own restaurant?

Vince Gilligan has said he'd love a Saul spin-off show, and Bob Odenkirk says he'd be all over it. But it's probably just talk; I don't think that really would happen. Could be awesome though

I would eat it up like a helping serving of fried chicken.

I love Saul, but he's essentially comedic relief for a dark series. Even though you COULD easily make a spinoff series about him, he really works as the Deus ex machina within the Breaking Bad world. A whole series about him would wreck the magic, unless they focus on yet another crime family that needs shady legal services. I guess they could explore the threats he has to deal with, but absent the brilliant criminal world in BB, could they really do it?

No, I envision a complete thematic change from Breaking Bad (which a lot of Saul, Badger, and Skinny Pete scenes are anyway). Make it a dark comedy, emphasis on the comedy. Bob Odenkirk is a comedian after all, and Mr. Show was brilliant, give him some creative control (something he happily admits he doesn't have on BB). Saul has plenty of clients, I'm sure, you can easily spend a hour meeting new characters in his shady world. He can't just get blow jobs all day long until Walter shows up.


I love that shot last week when Mike calls Saul, and we see that Saul has dozens and dozens of burner phones hidden away in a desk drawer. Saul is probably in the middle of pretty much any shady shiat going down in the ABQ.
 
2012-09-02 10:57:53 AM

cerejaninja: Jesse will either figure out or suspect that Walt killed Mike. And I have an odd feeling that Saul might not last very long either.


Mike was on his way to disappearing so as long as Walt disposes of the body properly, Jesse should be none the wiser. I do think it will come out at some point...If I had to guess I'd say near the last episode Walt makes a power play and in a fit of pompous anger reveals how he killed Mike, and Jesse's gf.
 
2012-09-02 11:07:20 AM

MayoSlather: cerejaninja: Jesse will either figure out or suspect that Walt killed Mike. And I have an odd feeling that Saul might not last very long either.

Mike was on his way to disappearing so as long as Walt disposes of the body properly, Jesse should be none the wiser. I do think it will come out at some point...If I had to guess I'd say near the last episode Walt makes a power play and in a fit of pompous anger reveals how he killed Mike, and Jesse's gf.


That can work too, but my hunch is that they might try to do something like that to leave a bigger cliffhanger (which could be Jesse pissed going after Walt or Hank figuring out what Walt did in his office, whatever) that we didn't think would happen right away. I'm hoping for a big "WTF I didn't think that they would go there yet" moment is what I mean.
 
2012-09-02 11:10:59 AM

MayoSlather: .If I had to guess I'd say near the last episode Walt makes a power play and in a fit of pompous anger reveals how he killed Mike, and Jesse's gf.


Yeah, that sounds like something he'd do this season. He's pretty damn full of himself.
 
2012-09-02 11:59:48 AM

MayoSlather: as long as Walt disposes of the body properly


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Man am I ever going to miss this show.
 
2012-09-02 12:06:54 PM
Maybe Jesse discovers Walt killed Mike and that's the last straw for him. Walt gets arrested at the end of the season and we get a little courtroom drama towards the end of the series. In the final episode Walt is out on parole, has lost or will lose everything and he picks up a machine gun to go kill Jesse out of vengeance for ratting him out? That or Walt makes some sort of helicopter thingy out of the machine gun and flies to Mexico. Would be about as likely as the magnet truck.
 
2012-09-02 12:38:50 PM

WI241TH: That opening, how can he tease us like that? I have to wait another year to see what Walt does with the M60?


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Probably not this, judging by how they like to joke around with their foreshadowing.
 
2012-09-02 02:54:39 PM

MayoSlather: Walt makes a power play and in a fit of pompous anger reveals how he killed Mike, and Jesse's gf.


...and Jesse tells his gf's dad and Q comes back and takes revenge.
 
2012-09-02 04:06:53 PM
I predict that in the fictional world of Breaking Bad-that methamphetamine will become legal when a new politician named "Paul Ronald" becomes president. Walter White at this point will become a national celebrity when his cooking show (in the vein of Julia Childs) teaches average Americans different recipes like blue sky meth. Towards the end of the series even delves into MDMA recipes.
 
2012-09-02 05:26:28 PM

Because People in power are Stupid: I predict that in the fictional world of Breaking Bad-that methamphetamine will become legal when a new politician named "Paul Ronald" becomes president. Walter White at this point will become a national celebrity when his cooking show (in the vein of Julia Childs) teaches average Americans different recipes like blue sky meth. Towards the end of the series even delves into MDMA recipes.


That would be teh awesome!
 
2012-09-02 06:14:55 PM

thamike: Probably not this, judging by how they like to joke around with their foreshadowing.


nope, but consider what they did with "Heat" and its "Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner" line.

look how that showed up *exactly* a few eps later w/ Mike having to abandon his granddaughter.
 
2012-09-02 06:32:06 PM

elvisaintdead: thamike: Probably not this, judging by how they like to joke around with their foreshadowing.

nope, but consider what they did with "Heat" and its "Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner" line.

look how that showed up *exactly* a few eps later w/ Mike having to abandon his granddaughter.


I finally watched Heat last night. I thought that everyone died in that movie, but they didn't.
 
2012-09-02 07:54:52 PM

elvisaintdead: thamike: Probably not this, judging by how they like to joke around with their foreshadowing.

nope, but consider what they did with "Heat" and its "Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner" line.

look how that showed up *exactly* a few eps later w/ Mike having to abandon his granddaughter.


A lot of these kinds of movies (in this case a TV show), there's a rule or code that the protagonist holds to that keeps him alive. Then he breaks it for some trivial reason and it kills him or gets him busted. Heat, Carlito's Way, Goodfellas, Scarface, Reservoir Dogs, etc

White's rule is that he's meticulous and exact about everything. Something's going to make him allow himself to get sloppy and badda bing! Walt Jr becomes the new Godfather. Or something.
 
2012-09-02 08:39:55 PM
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2012-09-02 08:59:40 PM
My guess is Hank gets hot onto Walt's tail. I'm sure most of those nine guys in prison are dead but I think Hank will still find a link.
 
2012-09-02 09:00:05 PM
I bet Walt will kill Skylar after she threatens to go to the Hank and DEA and tell them everything she knows in order to save Flynn and Holly.
 
2012-09-02 09:00:41 PM

Mugato: White's rule is that he's meticulous and exact about everything.


He's really only meticulous about things he knows about. His fatal flaw throughout the entire series has been that he's incapable of planning for when things don't go his way, and he becomes reactive. Even back as early as the first season, when he was stealing equipment from the school, he wasn't thinking things through.

I guess what I'm saying is that he's already plenty sloppy about some things, so he's been breaking his "rule" all along.
 
2012-09-02 09:03:35 PM
Silly subby, cereal is for breakfast
 
2012-09-02 09:04:38 PM

cerejaninja: Jesse will either figure out or suspect that Walt killed Mike. And I have an odd feeling that Saul might not last very long either.


I think Saul and Jesse figure out Walt killed Mike. Saul then tells Jesse about Brock in order to finally convince him that Walt is simply too dangerous and the have to do something about it.
 
2012-09-02 09:05:49 PM
I'm expecting a hell of a cliff hanger tonight.

One that will make me tear my eyeballs out with fury that I have to wait another year to see what happens.
 
2012-09-02 09:06:34 PM

odinsposse: My guess is Hank gets hot onto Walt's tail. I'm sure most of those nine guys in prison are dead but I think Hank will still find a link.


This is my guess, too. hank will find some piece of evidence that will implicate Walt, but he won't make the connection just yet. Because they want to leave us craving the next season.

Just curious, what was the reason for splitting the last season? AMC's greed/desire to drag out the ratings?
 
2012-09-02 09:06:40 PM
Before the more DERPY theories start rolling in, let me just say:

THERE IS NO RICIN CIGARETTE!!!!!
 
2012-09-02 09:07:47 PM
Based on what happened during this last season of The Walking Dead, shouldn't Daryl Dixon or his brother make an appearance before the show ends?

/Flynn could make Carl breakfast
 
2012-09-02 09:08:34 PM
I'm predicting that the whole White family will die after sharing hits off of the ricin cigarette.
 
2012-09-02 09:09:22 PM

The Bunyip: Based on what happened during this last season of The Walking Dead, shouldn't Daryl Dixon or his brother make an appearance before the show ends?

/Flynn could make Carl breakfast


Where is Carl, anyway? Has anybody seen him lately?
 
2012-09-02 09:10:29 PM
Did nobody read the Rolling Stone cover article from a few weeks ago? Somewhat buried in it was Cranston saying that he never usually asks Vince for extra information about Walt (he didn't know that Walt had been behind the Brock poisoning when he was filming the big fight with Jesse in End Times, for instance), but that he did when filming the big flash-forward from the first episode of season five. All Vince told him was that he was "coming back to protect somebody." My guess is that either Madrigal or the cartel go after either Jesse or Hank.
 
2012-09-02 09:11:39 PM

The Skeptical Chemist: Before the more DERPY theories start rolling in, let me just say:

THERE IS NO RICIN CIGARETTE!!!!!


CavalierEternal: I'm predicting that the whole White family will die after sharing hits off of the ricin cigarette.


See what you started? See?
 
2012-09-02 09:13:17 PM

libranoelrose: I'm expecting a hell of a cliff hanger tonight.

One that will make me tear my eyeballs out with fury that I have to wait another year to see what happens.


Yep. As much as we're predicting, I sort of don't want to think about it, don't want to know, etc... I just want to sit back and watch everything happen.
 
2012-09-02 09:14:29 PM
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2012-09-02 09:14:47 PM

Incorrigible Astronaut: libranoelrose: I'm expecting a hell of a cliff hanger tonight.

One that will make me tear my eyeballs out with fury that I have to wait another year to see what happens.

Yep. As much as we're predicting, I sort of don't want to think about it, don't want to know, etc... I just want to sit back and watch everything happen.


I couldn't even bring myself to watch the two minute preview this week. NO SPOILERS.
 
2012-09-02 09:20:09 PM

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That's awesome.
 
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