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2012-09-03 02:00:56 AM  

Now That's What I Call a Taco!: So Hank is probably going to let Walt "get out of Dodge" and lets him run off to New Hampshire. Skyler will most likely refuse to go along, and keep the family in ABQ. Then, either the Phoenix mob or some ugly customers from Czech Republic will hunt them down to try and force Heisenberg to make more blue meth, holding his family, Jesse, or both hostage as leverage. Walt comes back and tries to deal with the problem with an M60.


and with my last post, yes, having his connections hunt him down to make more or share the recipe is a good narrrative arc too. I think he's out, or trying to be, at this point.
 
2012-09-03 02:00:58 AM  

Insatiable Jesus: I disagree, these are the two people closest to Walt, they will be very much in play as the series concludes.


Yeah, Jesse and "Mrs. White" interactions are gold. I want moar.
 
2012-09-03 02:01:58 AM  

Bill Frist: Maybe he's still in the game and lying to Skyler or whatever, but he could be out as the narrative implied.


It would be impossible for him to hide it from Skyler. He couldn't even do it the first time, when she had no reason to suspect anything.
 
2012-09-03 02:02:49 AM  

Now That's What I Call a Taco!: So Hank is probably going to let Walt "get out of Dodge" and lets him run off to New Hampshire. Skyler will most likely refuse to go along, and keep the family in ABQ. Then, either the Phoenix mob or some ugly customers from Czech Republic will hunt them down to try and force Heisenberg to make more blue meth, holding his family, Jesse, or both hostage as leverage. Walt comes back and tries to deal with the problem with an M60.

In the end, I predict Walter won't die-- but his family will all see him for the monster that brought on such terrible sorrow that he really is.


Man, this seems very very plausible. I almost wish I hadn't read this.
 
2012-09-03 02:03:54 AM  

eddiesocket: Bill Frist: Maybe he's still in the game and lying to Skyler or whatever, but he could be out as the narrative implied.

It would be impossible for him to hide it from Skyler. He couldn't even do it the first time, when she had no reason to suspect anything.


I mean I agree with you. It's possible, I guess, but very unlikely and not narratively smart.
 
2012-09-03 02:04:33 AM  

count_chimpula: Grungehamster: Haven't seen a response, and since the rerun is about to hit the scene:

Were the bags of money Walt gave Jessie just Jessie's cut and Jessie had that gun as a separate thing, or did Walt leave Jessie the bags and gun Mike tried to skip town with (which was my understanding of the scene)?

Haven't seen anyone other than me suggest that Walt basically signaled to Jessie that Mike is dead and he was involved.

Yes, that's why Jesse looks so unhappy after opening the bags.


no way. after he saw Walt at the door he went off screen for a second, i'm assuming to grab the gun. The reason he sat down and looked all stressed was because he thought Walt was there to kill him, not give him money. he's afraid of Walt. he was relieved.
 
2012-09-03 02:11:16 AM  

libranoelrose: [i.imgur.com image 140x88]


...shouldn't you have posted that over in the Poltiics tab?
 
2012-09-03 02:12:16 AM  

Trocadero: In fact, Devil (RIP) was in this last episode of Breaking Bad.



Wow, I did not catch that. The 2nd season of Justified was some of the best television I've ever seen.
 
2012-09-03 02:18:10 AM  

The Ghost of Tom Ace: It's...beautiful.


It was the first thing I thought of when it happened. Some things just make themselves. :)

that bosnian sniper: libranoelrose: [i.imgur.com image 140x88]

...shouldn't you have posted that over in the Poltiics tab?


I'm sure it will be used there, but I tread lightly whilst among the brutality therein.
 
2012-09-03 02:22:59 AM  
While watching the scene where Hank is telling Walt about how he used to mark trees, I just caught Walt's response.

"I used to l love to go camping."

Was he referring to the RV?
 
2012-09-03 02:23:02 AM  

libranoelrose: I assure you that those were my work. I post gifs that others have made, but I've never called them my own.


I figured. Enjoy the CPU cooler.

Phins: And while Hank's brain is clicking and putting pieces together, it's also denying those piece and connections at the same time. Imagine you're Hank. You're looking at a meth ring with a wide distribution (Gus had franchises all over the SW) and connections in Thailand and with a large multinational corporation based in Germany. The ringleader is dead and none of his guys are talking because someone is still paying them off. There's already a decent body count (remember all the dead cartel members in Mexico). And then all the non-talking guys get killed in prison within 2 minutes. And the mastermind is your mild-mannered, cancer-having brother-in-law? Part of his brain is telling him he's crazy to think it's Walt.


I think Hank's biggest problem next season is going to be that the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on his physical therapy (because Marie said his insurance wouldn't pay for the good stuff) came from Walt and Skyler, because of "gambling money."

Hank, whether he realizes it or not, is complicit in the scheme. Walt can use that as leverage against him.
 
2012-09-03 02:27:54 AM  

shower_in_my_socks: Trocadero: In fact, Devil (RIP) was in this last episode of Breaking Bad.


Wow, I did not catch that. The 2nd season of Justified was some of the best television I've ever seen.


Devil is Kevin Rankin, who is really best known as the wheelchair-bound Herc in 'Friday Night Lights.' The man did such a good job with that character that I didn't believe him the next time I saw him walking in another show. I thought they had found a cripple specifically for FNL.

If you haven't seen his work in that show, it's worth a look.
 
2012-09-03 02:28:22 AM  

Lsherm: I think Hank's biggest problem next season is going to be that the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on his physical therapy (because Marie said his insurance wouldn't pay for the good stuff) came from Walt and Skyler, because of "gambling money."

Hank, whether he realizes it or not, is complicit in the scheme. Walt can use that as leverage against him.



This is wisdom.
 
2012-09-03 02:28:54 AM  

Lsherm: libranoelrose: I assure you that those were my work. I post gifs that others have made, but I've never called them my own.

I figured. Enjoy the CPU cooler.

Phins: And while Hank's brain is clicking and putting pieces together, it's also denying those piece and connections at the same time. Imagine you're Hank. You're looking at a meth ring with a wide distribution (Gus had franchises all over the SW) and connections in Thailand and with a large multinational corporation based in Germany. The ringleader is dead and none of his guys are talking because someone is still paying them off. There's already a decent body count (remember all the dead cartel members in Mexico). And then all the non-talking guys get killed in prison within 2 minutes. And the mastermind is your mild-mannered, cancer-having brother-in-law? Part of his brain is telling him he's crazy to think it's Walt.

I think Hank's biggest problem next season is going to be that the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on his physical therapy (because Marie said his insurance wouldn't pay for the good stuff) came from Walt and Skyler, because of "gambling money."

Hank, whether he realizes it or not, is complicit in the scheme. Walt can use that as leverage against him.


Yeah, that's an interesting wrinkle. Especially when it was Marie who actually took the money. IIRC, Hank doesn't even know Walt and Skyler paid for the therapy.
 
2012-09-03 02:30:21 AM  

Phins: This used to be the best place to discuss BB until all the "someone is going to smoke the ricin cigarette/mike's gun was in the bag Walt gave Jesse" crowd showed up.

Walt is not in any way trying to tell Jesse that Mike is dead. Why would he do that when he knows it would set Jesse off? The "Saul told me what you did" line refers to killing Mike's guys, the ones who would no longer keep quiet because they were no longer being paid. It's the reason Jesse didn't leave his house/leave town and the reason Jesse's not in jail. And Jesse was sitting a foot away from the bags when he reached behind himself and pulled out the gun.

Also, near the beginning of the episode, there's this conversation:
Jesse: So what's the story, you get to Mike?
Walt: ummm hmmm (nodding)
Jesse: He get out safe?
Walt: He's gone.
Jesse: All right.What about those nine guys, in jail? They got no reason not to talk now. So what do we do?
Walt: We? Who's we? There is no we Jesse. I'm the only vote left and I'll handle it.
And Jesse leaves.

Mike's "go" bag was brown (with a light stripe on it). It had some cash, not a lot. His real money, his millions, was in the safe deposit box for his granddaughter. That's why he had the big box and why there was a note in it that said "to Kaylee on her 18th birthday."

Am I the only one with a memory or a DVR? There's enough to ponder in the show without imagining things.

Walt is most certainly NOT out. You don't make a deal to supply a drug distributor with enough product for two cities and then just walk away 3 months later. And you most certainly don't set up international distribution and walk away 3 months later.

The question is why did Walk decide to give Jesse his money?

And while Hank's brain is clicking and putting pieces together, it's also denying those piece and connections at the same time. Imagine you're Hank. You're looking at a meth ring with a wide distribution (Gus had franchises all over the SW) and connections in Thailand and with a larg ...


I like the way you think.

You are right, Walt is not out and he wants Jesse to be in with him. I think Walt gave Jesse the money to try to draw him back in. Walt wants Jesse to be part of his organization because he sees Jesse as a son. Now before you laugh at that think about this. Walt has developed two distinctly different personalities. One is mild mannered family guy Walt. In that personality Walt J.R is his son. His other personality is Hiesenberg, meth kingpin. In that personality Jesse is his son. In my eyes his interactions with Jesse have been like a father mentoring his son to follow in his footsteps and take over the family business. That is why Walt has been so reluctant to let Jesse go.

I also agree with you about the whole situation with Hank. The next half of the season will be interesting to watch Hank struggle to come to terms with the fact that Walt is Hiesenberg and who he basically wrote off as a loser was manipulating him and running a drug organization right under his nose the whole time.
 
2012-09-03 02:30:24 AM  
Nobody commenting on Hank's lines about tagging trees? Most important part of the episode. . .
 
2012-09-03 02:32:11 AM  

ongbok: Walt is not out and he wants Jesse to be in with him.


oh jesus christ
 
2012-09-03 02:36:28 AM  

Lsherm: I think Hank's biggest problem next season is going to be that the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on his physical therapy (because Marie said his insurance wouldn't pay for the good stuff) came from Walt and Skyler, because of "gambling money."

Hank, whether he realizes it or not, is complicit in the scheme. Walt can use that as leverage against him.



I could see Walt threatening to "confess" that the reason Hank was always 2 steps behind Heisenberg was because they were in cahoots, should Hank bring him in.
 
2012-09-03 02:41:20 AM  

rocinante721: steakout of Fring


mmm. . .
 
2012-09-03 02:42:00 AM  
Phins: Walt is most certainly NOT out. You don't make a deal to supply a drug distributor with enough product for two cities and then just walk away 3 months later. And you most certainly don't set up international distribution and walk away 3 months later.

eddiesocket: Ooh, you were doing so well. Of course he's out. He passed the business onto Lydia and Declan. There's no way he could possibly stay "in" and hide it from Skyler. That's the beautiful dramatic irony. He's out and then Hank finds out.

I like the dramatic irony of him being out and Hank finding out. But it's not that easy to just walk away from the drug business. Is Todd going to be their cook? Walter's so proud of his product, would his pride let him walk away while an inferior chemist cooks his recipe? He started doing it to leave money for his family and he's accomplished that goal. But I think it became about much more than that. He went to a lot of trouble to become king of the empire. If it was just about money, he could have kept cooking for Gus.

But you make a good point, how would he hide it from Skyler? It's unlikely he'd pretend to have a job since they own the car wash and have piles of cash. And he'd have to have a way to launder the money, which is already a problem.

And there's something that turns him from the cocky guy he is now back to the mild-mannered guy he is in Denny's when he buys the machine gun. And if that really is his 52nd birthday, there are ~9 months to go. What happens in those 9 months? 

I feel like anything that any of us speculate will be wrong. I sometimes think Jesse is going to do something brave and dangerous and be a hero who redeems himself. I though Holly was definitely going to die, but then Marie said "I could keep her forever."
 
2012-09-03 02:44:17 AM  

Phins: Is Todd going to be their cook? Walter's so proud of his product, would his pride let him walk away while an inferior chemist cooks his recipe?


Todd and Declan's cooks. And if Walt's out, I doubt he minds much about the inferior product. He was "king" for three months, found out it sucked and cost him his family and his soul. Then he walked.
 
2012-09-03 02:45:37 AM  

libranoelrose: Lsherm: I think Hank's biggest problem next season is going to be that the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on his physical therapy (because Marie said his insurance wouldn't pay for the good stuff) came from Walt and Skyler, because of "gambling money."

Hank, whether he realizes it or not, is complicit in the scheme. Walt can use that as leverage against him.


This is wisdom.


I think Hank is going to finish kneading that loaf on into the oven and then charge Walt, throw him in the pool, accuse him of all kinds of things, and then somehow Walt will BS his way out of it.

Or he will bite his tongue and watch Walt off the books with those cheap GPS things and then who knows.
 
2012-09-03 02:46:17 AM  

cousin-merle: Nobody commenting on Hank's lines about tagging trees? Most important part of the episode. . .


What do you mean?
 
2012-09-03 02:47:55 AM  

ongbok: I think Walt gave Jesse the money to try to draw him back in.



I don't know. This episode was all about Walt tying up loose ends, and Jesse isn't a loose end unless Walt is truly "out" and doing the right thing by giving Jesse his share now that Walt is finished. Also, Walt has a gig going with the current setup with Todd -- he's now richer than he ever imagined. So why does he need Jesse? I think it was a sign that Walt was truly out of the game, and returning back to his old self. It also makes for better drama if he really is out, but now things will get fubar again because Hank just figured it out.
 
2012-09-03 02:48:47 AM  

Sandor at the Zoo: Is the White's pool really not cemented into our knowledge of the series at this point? Jesus, that damn thing's been around in so many pivotal moments, I wouldn't be shocked if it's the pool that has motivated Walt to buy the M60.


Listen, strange women lyin' in ponds distributin' guns is no basis for a system of government
 
2012-09-03 02:49:09 AM  

eddiesocket: IIRC, Hank doesn't even know Walt and Skyler paid for the therapy.


I'd have to watch the old episodes again, but I thought there was a scene when Hank thanked Walt for the money. Maybe it was Marie.
 
2012-09-03 02:51:04 AM  

ongbok: I also agree with you about the whole situation with Hank. The next half of the season will be interesting to watch Hank struggle to come to terms with the fact that Walt is Hiesenberg and who he basically wrote off as a loser was manipulating him and running a drug organization right under his nose the whole time.


I see Walt putting the screws to him, he owns him now.
 
2012-09-03 02:53:33 AM  

Lsherm: eddiesocket: IIRC, Hank doesn't even know Walt and Skyler paid for the therapy.

I'd have to watch the old episodes again, but I thought there was a scene when Hank thanked Walt for the money. Maybe it was Marie.


Checked it - and he doesn't know about it. Should make for a very interesting last 8 episodes, because he's going to have to choose his career over his wife. This fits in the BB world, since Walt has clearly chosen his career over his wife. Will Hank do the same?
 
2012-09-03 02:54:40 AM  

Phins: But it's not that easy to just walk away from the drug business


Um, obviously it isn't... that's why the flash forward showed Walt scared, on the run and buying a farking giant gun. He is out, but that doesn't mean someone won't try to pull him back in.
 
2012-09-03 02:56:11 AM  

Lsherm: eddiesocket: IIRC, Hank doesn't even know Walt and Skyler paid for the therapy.

I'd have to watch the old episodes again, but I thought there was a scene when Hank thanked Walt for the money. Maybe it was Marie.


I thought Hank was aware of where the money was coming from, and that was kinda why he was refusing to leave the hospital until he could walk.

But I will have to go back and watch the other seasons again to be sure.
 
2012-09-03 02:56:12 AM  

libranoelrose: Lsherm: I think Hank's biggest problem next season is going to be that the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on his physical therapy (because Marie said his insurance wouldn't pay for the good stuff) came from Walt and Skyler, because of "gambling money."

Hank, whether he realizes it or not, is complicit in the scheme. Walt can use that as leverage against him.


This is wisdom.


That's the most beautiful thing about the way this episode ended: so Hank has finally been given a reason (suggestion/hint/guess) that would allow him to tie Walt to Heisenberg. The obvious thing to do, as a DEA agent, would be to bring down the thunder.

But can he? Can he really believe that Walter "I'm crying in your office because my wife doesn't love me" White is, in fact, a master meth chef who controls a multi-million-dollar drug ring? If he believes that, can he bring himself to bust 1) a member of his family, 2) the guy whose drug money essentially saved his life, and 3) a guy who, if his true identity is ever revealed, would make the connection between Gus and Merkert look like nothing compared to the connection between Walt and Hank?

In short, Hank might have everything he needs to now expose Walt and take him down, but is he willing and/or able to live with the consequences?
 
2012-09-03 02:56:17 AM  
The Ricin Cigarette didn't kill Gale to send a message to Jesse that Mike was dead from drowning in the pool that Walt Jr. crashed his car into.

/what Breaking Bad must be like in an alternate universe...
 
2012-09-03 02:56:46 AM  

Lsherm: eddiesocket: IIRC, Hank doesn't even know Walt and Skyler paid for the therapy.

I'd have to watch the old episodes again, but I thought there was a scene when Hank thanked Walt for the money. Maybe it was Marie.


Hank does know. They tell him during dinner, one or 2 days after GB is killed. Then Walt goes to the kitchen for another bottle and Hank calls him by the name of some supposedly famous card shark or something like that. After returning from the kitchen Walt tell Hank (paraphrasing), "I dont think he was Heisenberg. He seemed like someone that was copying the formula."
 
2012-09-03 02:58:15 AM  

cousin-merle: Sandor at the Zoo: Is the White's pool really not cemented into our knowledge of the series at this point? Jesus, that damn thing's been around in so many pivotal moments, I wouldn't be shocked if it's the pool that has motivated Walt to buy the M60.

Listen, strange women lyin' in ponds distributin' guns is no basis for a system of government


Bloody peasant
 
2012-09-03 03:00:49 AM  

Lsherm: Lsherm: eddiesocket: IIRC, Hank doesn't even know Walt and Skyler paid for the therapy.

I'd have to watch the old episodes again, but I thought there was a scene when Hank thanked Walt for the money. Maybe it was Marie.

Checked it - and he doesn't know about it. Should make for a very interesting last 8 episodes, because he's going to have to choose his career over his wife. This fits in the BB world, since Walt has clearly chosen his career over his wife. Will Hank do the same?


That article about season 3 is kind of ambiguous.

Marie, however, insists on putting Hank into expensive physical therapy. When told that insurance won't cover the doctors Marie chooses, Skyler and Walter agree to pay for it (unbeknownst to Hank). 

Hank "knows" about Walt earning money with his gambling, but I'm too tipsy to remember how that ties into his rehab, etc.
 
2012-09-03 03:01:35 AM  

Farksteron: Lsherm: eddiesocket: IIRC, Hank doesn't even know Walt and Skyler paid for the therapy.

I'd have to watch the old episodes again, but I thought there was a scene when Hank thanked Walt for the money. Maybe it was Marie.

Hank does know. They tell him during dinner, one or 2 days after GB is killed. Then Walt goes to the kitchen for another bottle and Hank calls him by the name of some supposedly famous card shark or something like that. After returning from the kitchen Walt tell Hank (paraphrasing), "I dont think he was Heisenberg. He seemed like someone that was copying the formula."


They told him about Walt's "gambling" problem. I don't believe they told him about the physical therapy. I remember Marie not wanting him to know because he would be too proud.
 
2012-09-03 03:03:55 AM  

Derp Du Jour: Grungehamster: Haven't seen a response, and since the rerun is about to hit the scene:

Were the bags of money Walt gave Jessie just Jessie's cut and Jessie had that gun as a separate thing, or did Walt leave Jessie the bags and gun Mike tried to skip town with (which was my understanding of the scene)?

Haven't seen anyone other than me suggest that Walt basically signaled to Jessie that Mike is dead and he was involved.

I think Walt gave Jessie the money to prove they were all good and no hard feelings.

Jessie had the gun on him wondering if he was one of the loose ends that Walt was tying up. That's why the huge exhale when Walt left.


Finally someone got it right.

Phins: Walt is most certainly NOT out. You don't make a deal to supply a drug distributor with enough product for two cities and then just walk away 3 months later. And you most certainly don't set up international distribution and walk away 3 months later.

The question is why did Walk decide to give Jesse his money?


If he is truly out and has more money than he could ever spend then I'd say it makes sense. Personally, I think he's out because he got a very bad diagnosis (the bathroom scene at the hospital is the opposite of the same scene when he got his remission diagnosis) and there's no reason to continue. He can't build the empire he wanted if he's got less than a year to live.

I think he's got one card left to play with the Phoenix crew and that is his total resignation. They initially wanted his blue meth off the streets. Or, Todd might be good enough at making Walt's recipe that he could join the Phoenix crew. I don't think Lydia will care. She's made plenty of money and could be out clean.


Now That's What I Call a Taco!: So Hank is probably going to let Walt "get out of Dodge" and lets him run off to New Hampshire. Skyler will most likely refuse to go along, and keep the family in ABQ. Then, either the Phoenix mob or some ugly customers from Czech Republic will hunt them down to try and force Heisenberg to make more blue meth, holding his family, Jesse, or both hostage as leverage. Walt comes back and tries to deal with the problem with an M60.

In the end, I predict Walter won't die-- but his family will all see him for the monster that brought on such terrible sorrow that he really is.


I don't see the Czech Republic being in play because there's a faceless multinational and 10,000 miles separating them. I could see the Phoenix crew being pissed that Walt's out after just 3 months, but Walt being out was what they initially wanted so they could corner the market. I could also see Lydia getting freaked out about Hank's new investigation and attempting to "tie up loose ends" again. Jesse and Walt's family are in play for that too.
 
2012-09-03 03:08:29 AM  
This is how I look while reading this thread.

i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-03 03:10:24 AM  

Farksteron: Lsherm: eddiesocket: IIRC, Hank doesn't even know Walt and Skyler paid for the therapy.

I'd have to watch the old episodes again, but I thought there was a scene when Hank thanked Walt for the money. Maybe it was Marie.

Hank does know. They tell him during dinner, one or 2 days after GB is killed. Then Walt goes to the kitchen for another bottle and Hank calls him by the name of some supposedly famous card shark or something like that. After returning from the kitchen Walt tell Hank (paraphrasing), "I dont think he was Heisenberg. He seemed like someone that was copying the formula."


I just watched the relevant scenes on Netflix instant. It's S4 E4, "Bullet Points". Walt and Skyler told Hank about the gambling,not about paying for Hank's physical therapy.
 
2012-09-03 03:11:43 AM  

daRog: This is how I look while reading this thread.

[i.imgur.com image 340x305]


Hahaha. Classic. I wonder if there will be an ever-so-tiny bump in the sales numbers for W.W.'s 'Leaves of Grass'.
 
2012-09-03 03:14:07 AM  

ThatBillmanGuy: The Ricin Cigarette didn't kill Gale to send a message to Jesse that Mike was dead from drowning in the pool that Walt Jr. crashed his car into.


Ricin Cigarette isn't in danger. Ricin Cigarette is the danger!
 
2012-09-03 03:16:04 AM  

eddiesocket: Farksteron: Lsherm: eddiesocket: IIRC, Hank doesn't even know Walt and Skyler paid for the therapy.

I'd have to watch the old episodes again, but I thought there was a scene when Hank thanked Walt for the money. Maybe it was Marie.

Hank does know. They tell him during dinner, one or 2 days after GB is killed. Then Walt goes to the kitchen for another bottle and Hank calls him by the name of some supposedly famous card shark or something like that. After returning from the kitchen Walt tell Hank (paraphrasing), "I dont think he was Heisenberg. He seemed like someone that was copying the formula."

I just watched the relevant scenes on Netflix instant. It's S4 E4, "Bullet Points". Walt and Skyler told Hank about the gambling,not about paying for Hank's physical therapy.


Yeah, checked that again - you're correct.
 
2012-09-03 03:18:46 AM  

that bosnian sniper: ThatBillmanGuy: The Ricin Cigarette didn't kill Gale to send a message to Jesse that Mike was dead from drowning in the pool that Walt Jr. crashed his car into.

Ricin Cigarette isn't in danger. Ricin Cigarette is the danger!


Ricin Cigarette says he's the one who knocks. Then Ricin Cigarette sends Pipe Bomb to blow up Tio.

/can't explain that
 
2012-09-03 03:18:51 AM  
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2012-09-03 03:28:27 AM  

daRog: This is how I look while reading this thread.

[i.imgur.com image 340x305]


Very nicely done.
 
2012-09-03 03:29:51 AM  
Here's my prediction: Hank returns from the bathroom and starts throwing out subtle hints that he knows. Walt soon realizes he's onto him, and because of the way Walt works, he does the only thing he can - goes for the ricin stashed away inside. Walt asks Hank to join him inside for a private conversation and a drink. Hank hastily obliges, as this is time for closure as far as he's concerned. Once Hank has consumed enough of the drink, Walt discloses everything to him in a very arrogant fashion. Hank collapses within minutes. A ricin-induced coma ensues...
 
2012-09-03 03:35:09 AM  

ThatBillmanGuy: The Ricin Cigarette didn't kill Gale to send a message to Jesse that Mike was dead from drowning in the pool that Walt Jr. crashed his car into.

/what Breaking Bad must be like in an alternate universe...


Apparently, a couple posters in this thread are watching the alternate universe Breaking Bad.
 
2012-09-03 03:37:32 AM  

Sandor at the Zoo: that bosnian sniper: ThatBillmanGuy: The Ricin Cigarette didn't kill Gale to send a message to Jesse that Mike was dead from drowning in the pool that Walt Jr. crashed his car into.

Ricin Cigarette isn't in danger. Ricin Cigarette is the danger!

Ricin Cigarette says he's the one who knocks. Then Ricin Cigarette sends Pipe Bomb to blow up Tio.

/can't explain that


i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-03 03:42:20 AM  

The Ghost of Tom Ace: Here's my prediction: Hank returns from the bathroom and starts throwing out subtle hints that he knows. Walt soon realizes he's onto him, and because of the way Walt works, he does the only thing he can - goes for the ricin stashed away inside. Walt asks Hank to join him inside for a private conversation and a drink. Hank hastily obliges, as this is time for closure as far as he's concerned. Once Hank has consumed enough of the drink, Walt discloses everything to him in a very arrogant fashion. Hank collapses within minutes. A ricin-induced coma ensues...


The ricin takes a few days. And Hank won't let on that he knows until he gets real evidence.
 
2012-09-03 03:44:56 AM  

eddiesocket: The Ghost of Tom Ace: Here's my prediction: Hank returns from the bathroom and starts throwing out subtle hints that he knows. Walt soon realizes he's onto him, and because of the way Walt works, he does the only thing he can - goes for the ricin stashed away inside. Walt asks Hank to join him inside for a private conversation and a drink. Hank hastily obliges, as this is time for closure as far as he's concerned. Once Hank has consumed enough of the drink, Walt discloses everything to him in a very arrogant fashion. Hank collapses within minutes. A ricin-induced coma ensues...

The ricin takes a few days. And Hank won't let on that he knows until he gets real evidence.


You replied to this completely wrong.

It should have included this picture.

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