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2012-09-04 10:58:17 PM
Did they kill Dan the lawyer in the last episode? I remember Walter and Lydia talking about it but I don't remember them showing it.
 
2012-09-04 11:36:26 PM

Confabulat: Did they kill Dan the lawyer in the last episode? I remember Walter and Lydia talking about it but I don't remember them showing it.


Yeah, hes on the chart.
 
2012-09-04 11:36:56 PM

Confabulat: Did they kill Dan the lawyer in the last episode? I remember Walter and Lydia talking about it but I don't remember them showing it.


Yes, he was the first guy killed in that prison montage...he was the guy talking on the public phone.
 
2012-09-04 11:37:29 PM
Cool graphic yo.

Yeah, I didn't catch Dan getting offed either. Maybe it happened off camera. Maybe he's not dead yet? I dunno.

Todd's uncle sent the guys in jail after the other guys in jail. So Todd's uncle and his peeps wouldn't necessarily have access to Dan the Lawyer.
 
2012-09-04 11:38:10 PM

Confabulat: Did they kill Dan the lawyer in the last episode? I remember Walter and Lydia talking about it but I don't remember them showing it.


i'm pretty sure he was the one that got shivved while talking on the phone during the prison montage.

perfect song choice during that scene, btw: Start all over Again
 
2012-09-04 11:41:38 PM

coolxterior: Confabulat: Did they kill Dan the lawyer in the last episode? I remember Walter and Lydia talking about it but I don't remember them showing it.

Yes, he was the first guy killed in that prison montage...he was the guy talking on the public phone.


Oh yeah. I wasn't sure who that guy was.
 
2012-09-04 11:42:32 PM

coolxterior: Confabulat: Did they kill Dan the lawyer in the last episode? I remember Walter and Lydia talking about it but I don't remember them showing it.

Yes, he was the first guy killed in that prison montage...he was the guy talking on the public phone.


Ah cool thanks, I missed that somehow.
 
2012-09-04 11:47:21 PM
I only have one question. Sorry for being so idiotic for not picking it up.

Earlier in the season when Mike came to the jailhouse dressed up as a paralegal, he had a conversation with one of the men promising that he would be paid.

Where is he within the prison slaughter? I didn't see him.

I have this nagging feeling Lydia didn't write down all the right names.
 
2012-09-04 11:53:29 PM
I see they blamed Jane's death on Walter, so I guess deaths can also be attributed to inaction.
 
2012-09-04 11:53:36 PM

Pope Hemlock the Chaste: Where is he within the prison slaughter? I didn't see him.


I only counted 8 murders, and there should have been ten, but I might have missed a couple, I'm usually pretty drunk when I watch BB..
 
2012-09-04 11:54:56 PM

ThatBillmanGuy: I see they blamed Jane's death on Walter, so I guess deaths can also be attributed to inaction.


I never have felt that Walter should be responsible for that. He didn't kill Jane, he was probably happy she was out of Jesse's life, but if he hadn't been there the same thing would have happened. Jane managed to kill herself all on her own.
 
2012-09-05 12:05:11 AM
Confabulat:.

I only counted 8 murders, and there should have been ten, but I might have missed a couple, I'm usually pretty drunk when I watch BB..



it's on youtube (for now): prison scene

i count all 10 in re-watching it. can't remember what the guy in question looked like, but he could be the one in the shower they don't show a close-up on.
 
2012-09-05 12:09:14 AM
If all Walt had to do to save Jane's life was to turn her on her side, I'd say he's partially responsible. Of course, he wasn't even supposed to be there at the time.

It would be more interesting if they had some kind of multi-dimensional graph that includes links to characters whose actions indirectly led to the other characters' deaths, or who ordered someone to kill someone else. Both Walt and Fring's death counts would be much higher.

Not sure how I'd classify the plane crash, though. Quite a few degrees of separation between Walt and the plane crash.
 
2012-09-05 12:13:59 AM
If I recall correctly, Jane rolled on her back when Walt tried to wake up Jesse by shaking him. I do blame him for her death.
 
2012-09-05 12:18:33 AM
XMark

If all Walt had to do to save Jane's life was to turn her on her side, I'd say he's partially responsible. Of course, he wasn't even supposed to be there at the time.


Yea, but if he wasn't there he wouldn't have tried to shake Jesse awake, causing him to bump into Jane, making her roll on her back...and on and on and on.
 
2012-09-05 12:19:05 AM
Infographics, biatches!
 
2012-09-05 12:22:28 AM

marsgwar: If I recall correctly, Jane rolled on her back when Walt tried to wake up Jesse by shaking him. I do blame him for her death.


If your life is so precarious that it can be threatened by someone being woken up (unsuccessfully) next to you, I'd say you probably made a few poor life decision along the way.
 
2012-09-05 12:30:32 AM

Pope Hemlock the Chaste: I only have one question. Sorry for being so idiotic for not picking it up.

Earlier in the season when Mike came to the jailhouse dressed up as a paralegal, he had a conversation with one of the men promising that he would be paid.

Where is he within the prison slaughter? I didn't see him.

I have this nagging feeling Lydia didn't write down all the right names.


The guy who Mike talked to was the guy Hank talked to at the beginning of the episode and was burned alive in his cell at the end of the montage.
There were 10 murders, I counted them out loud. Some murders were seen in two cuts, some in one, which is what causes the confusion.
 
2012-09-05 12:52:29 AM

Pope Hemlock the Chaste: I only have one question. Sorry for being so idiotic for not picking it up.

Earlier in the season when Mike came to the jailhouse dressed up as a paralegal, he had a conversation with one of the men promising that he would be paid.

Where is he within the prison slaughter? I didn't see him.

I have this nagging feeling Lydia didn't write down all the right names.


They made it clear significant time passed between the prison murders and Hank finding the book. If Hank still had a snitch, it would have played out differently. And think about it, Lydia didnt want those guys alive either. What they knew would point back to her. She played WW perfectly.
 
2012-09-05 12:52:33 AM

legendary: Pope Hemlock the Chaste: I only have one question. Sorry for being so idiotic for not picking it up.

Earlier in the season when Mike came to the jailhouse dressed up as a paralegal, he had a conversation with one of the men promising that he would be paid.

Where is he within the prison slaughter? I didn't see him.

I have this nagging feeling Lydia didn't write down all the right names.

The guy who Mike talked to was the guy Hank talked to at the beginning of the episode and was burned alive in his cell at the end of the montage.

There were 10 murders, I counted them out loud. Some murders were seen in two cuts, some in one, which is what causes the confusion.

I counted ten as well but I never caught the connection between the beginning of the episode and the jazzy blood-dripping center. Thank you for the clarification.

And yes, I was just drunk as well while watching.
 
2012-09-05 12:57:24 AM
"Ma" is a copout.

Walt was responsible for those deaths.
Multiple assailants carried them out.
 
2012-09-05 01:03:42 AM
Dan the lawyer was the guy laying on the bench bleeding to death in the middle of the montage.
 
2012-09-05 01:19:42 AM
So since we're all talking about the last episode, what about the book with the inscription to WW? Couldn't walt just say he picked that up at a used book store or goodwill or something?
 
2012-09-05 01:25:58 AM

cambie: So since we're all talking about the last episode, what about the book with the inscription to WW? Couldn't walt just say he picked that up at a used book store or goodwill or something?


He could potentially talk his way out of it, but I think the book was just the catalyst that made all the pieces finally fit together for Hank. Some things are too big to be coincidences.
 
2012-09-05 01:26:05 AM

Confabulat: marsgwar: If I recall correctly, Jane rolled on her back when Walt tried to wake up Jesse by shaking him. I do blame him for her death.

If your life is so precarious that it can be threatened by someone being woken up (unsuccessfully) next to you, I'd say you probably made a few poor life decision along the way.


They were shooting heroin, gee... You think?

Had Walter not gone to jesses she would not have rolled over and choked. We all watched him decide not to help her. He even feels responsible. In the fly episode, after Jesse drugged him he kept saying he was sorry, oh how sorry he was about Jane. Jesse thought walt meant he felt sorry for him. He meant he was sorry it was his fault that she was dead
 
2012-09-05 01:27:47 AM

foo monkey: Pope Hemlock the Chaste: I only have one question. Sorry for being so idiotic for not picking it up.

Earlier in the season when Mike came to the jailhouse dressed up as a paralegal, he had a conversation with one of the men promising that he would be paid.

Where is he within the prison slaughter? I didn't see him.

I have this nagging feeling Lydia didn't write down all the right names.

They made it clear significant time passed between the prison murders and Hank finding the book. If Hank still had a snitch, it would have played out differently. And think about it, Lydia didnt want those guys alive either. What they knew would point back to her. She played WW perfectly.


I have a feeling Lydia is going to be the kingpin before this whole thing is over.
 
2012-09-05 01:28:02 AM

cambie: So since we're all talking about the last episode, what about the book with the inscription to WW? Couldn't walt just say he picked that up at a used book store or goodwill or something?


Walt the character could, but it's not this show's style. If they show something like that, there's no ambiguity about the long-term consequences.
 
2012-09-05 01:29:46 AM
too much like a memorial.
when i got to mike, i lost it.
 
2012-09-05 01:30:10 AM

cambie: So since we're all talking about the last episode, what about the book with the inscription to WW? Couldn't walt just say he picked that up at a used book store or goodwill or something?


Yeah, because that would totally convince Hank. A book he picked up at a used bookstore, that just happened to have an inscription with the initials GB, Gale Boetticher. Plus the handwriting matches. Plus the inscription itself.

i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-05 01:32:48 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Dan the lawyer was the guy laying on the bench bleeding to death in the middle of the montage.


Dan was the guy on the phone, the first guy killed. He was very enthusiastically stabbed.
 
2012-09-05 02:07:31 AM

LectertheChef: cambie: So since we're all talking about the last episode, what about the book with the inscription to WW? Couldn't walt just say he picked that up at a used book store or goodwill or something?

Yeah, because that would totally convince Hank. A book he picked up at a used bookstore, that just happened to have an inscription with the initials GB, Gale Boetticher. Plus the handwriting matches. Plus the inscription itself.

[i.imgur.com image 600x754]


Hmm why does he spell favorite, favorite but not honour, honor?
 
2012-09-05 02:20:47 AM
The lawyer shouldn't have even been on the list, man. A lawyer does not turn on his client that easily. So what if he was discovered sticking all that money into safe deposit boxes? He could have said it was a rainy day fund and he felt sorry for all the guys in jail. Why would he flip so easily anyway? He would've invoked attorney-client privalage, or something. That's a HUGE hole in the plot all of you are ignoring.

/idiot-like typing detected
/excuse me, I'm on Hank's crapper in Walt's bathroom, or vice versa
 
2012-09-05 02:25:36 AM

rynthetyn: I have a feeling Lydia is going to be the kingpin before this whole thing is over.


I have a huge crush on her. I date someone almost exactly like her. Makes me laugh.
 
2012-09-05 02:30:30 AM
Hank on the toilet scene wasn't realistic enough for me.

Where were the sounds of fecal matter being ejected from Hank's large anus? Did I miss something??

When Hank was sitting there, I heard nothing but silence. Where were the shiat sounds??
 
2012-09-05 02:34:16 AM

mc_madness: Hank on the toilet scene wasn't realistic enough for me.

Where were the sounds of fecal matter being ejected from Hank's large anus? Did I miss something??

When Hank was sitting there, I heard nothing but silence. Where were the shiat sounds??

His O ring is blown out from Marie constantly pegging him with her huge purple strap on. This also contributes to his waste matter being light and airy, so it makes very little noise as it hits the water.
 
2012-09-05 03:05:00 AM

Confabulat: rynthetyn: I have a feeling Lydia is going to be the kingpin before this whole thing is over.

I have a huge crush on her. I date someone almost exactly like her. Makes me laugh.


Well then you've to to watch the BBC show "Lip Service".
 
2012-09-05 04:02:42 AM
The Hector and Gus graphics are win!
 
2012-09-05 04:03:49 AM

mc_madness: Hank on the toilet scene wasn't realistic enough for me.

Where were the sounds of fecal matter being ejected from Hank's large anus? Did I miss something??

When Hank was sitting there, I heard nothing but silence. Where were the shiat sounds??



i didn't think of that, and certainly wasn't listening for it. then again, i'm not into scat-porn.

But i guess everyone has their own fetishes, even sounds a man makes while sitting on the toilet, apparently ...
 
2012-09-05 04:06:44 AM

Confabulat: rynthetyn: I have a feeling Lydia is going to be the kingpin before this whole thing is over.

I have a huge crush on her. I date someone almost exactly like her. Makes me laugh.


You're dating someone who smuggles meth?
 
2012-09-05 05:28:05 AM

rynthetyn: Confabulat: rynthetyn: I have a feeling Lydia is going to be the kingpin before this whole thing is over.

I have a huge crush on her. I date someone almost exactly like her. Makes me laugh.

Well then you've to to watch the BBC show "Lip Service".


a twitchy hot brunette? yeah dated those too.
 
2012-09-05 06:59:39 AM

Confabulat: ThatBillmanGuy: I see they blamed Jane's death on Walter, so I guess deaths can also be attributed to inaction.

I never have felt that Walter should be responsible for that. He didn't kill Jane, he was probably happy she was out of Jesse's life, but if he hadn't been there the same thing would have happened. Jane managed to kill herself all on her own.


No, when he shook Jesse to wake him up it caused Jane to roll over.
 
2012-09-05 08:38:14 AM
uh, subby, what's with the tags?

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2012-09-05 10:24:34 AM

Father_Jack: uh, subby, what's with the tags?

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Subbies don't put the tags, mods do.

/subby
 
2012-09-05 10:47:37 AM

rocky_howard: Father_Jack: uh, subby, what's with the tags?

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Subbies don't put the tags, mods do.

/subby


Anal-oral must refer to the tweaker killed by the ATM falling on him
 
2012-09-05 11:23:09 AM
I just got into Breaking Bad a few weeks ago (finishing up season 3 right now). It is AWESOME. I already (mostly) spoiled everything by going on Wikipedia, so I don't stress about finding out little reveals here and there. Albuquerque was always like a second home to me, so I love the locations as well.

It's not as compelling, or action packed, as Dexter. But it's a damn good show and Cranston earned every bit of his emmy wins.

Also, I was a pretty big meth head over the summer of 1987. Got out of it after spending 4 months in a speed-addled haze and just finally saying "this is crazy - I'm DONE". I can relate closely to a lot of the people that circle around the drug in the show - it's VERY accurate.
 
2012-09-05 11:46:28 AM
It took me a while to remember who Tortuga was and why he looked like a turtle.

/may have to rewatch the seasons soon
 
2012-09-05 11:55:12 AM

mc_madness: Hank on the toilet scene wasn't realistic enough for me.

Where were the sounds of fecal matter being ejected from Hank's large anus? Did I miss something??

When Hank was sitting there, I heard nothing but silence. Where were the shiat sounds??


this.
I said this to my wife as she gave me a disgusted "you are so immature" type look.

Someone needs to edit the audio of that scene to include farting/crackling pooping sounds.
Some Rice Krispies miked up with a lot of reverb ought to do the trick. Imagine Hank letting out a huge wet toot just as he looks up from the book - comedy gold!

I've thought way too hard about this...
 
2012-09-05 12:47:19 PM

Libertrollian: mc_madness: Hank on the toilet scene wasn't realistic enough for me.

Where were the sounds of fecal matter being ejected from Hank's large anus? Did I miss something??

When Hank was sitting there, I heard nothing but silence. Where were the shiat sounds??

this.
I said this to my wife as she gave me a disgusted "you are so immature" type look.

Someone needs to edit the audio of that scene to include farting/crackling pooping sounds.
Some Rice Krispies miked up with a lot of reverb ought to do the trick. Imagine Hank letting out a huge wet toot just as he looks up from the book - comedy gold!

I've thought way too hard about this...


Hank looks like one of those guys who're always constipated. They shiat only after pushing for a while.
 
2012-09-05 01:06:00 PM
Minor quibble: One of Mike's guys was indeed named; Dennis, the guy who oversaw the industrial laundry facility.
 
2012-09-05 02:32:06 PM

Cagey B: Minor quibble: One of Mike's guys was indeed named; Dennis, the guy who oversaw the industrial laundry facility.


The 10 guys killed in prison all have names:

Dan Wachsberger
Dennis Markowski
Ron Forenall
Jack McGann
Anthony Perez
Andrew Holt
Raymond Martinez
Isaac Conley
William Moniz
Harris Boivin

http://www.amctv.com/shows/breaking-bad/dea-evidence-board
 
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