Hi r/BB It's Spooge (David Ury) the ATM victim from season2. I just wanted to tell you guys about my quarantine project. I'm doing old TV theme songs as dramatic monologues. Flipper, Degrassi Jr. High, Silver Spoons, Ducktales and more. Please check them out with this playlist. I hope you enjoy.youtube.com
You Won’t Believe What This Albuquerque Chemistry Teacher Does on His Day Off!! (Watch what he does to this nursing home!!) (EXPLOSIVE) (ALMOST CAUGHT)
Season 4 episode 12 Gus was walking out to his car in the garage. He seemed sketched out so he stopped walking and looked around. Walt was peeking his head out on the roof of the other building. Do you think that Gus saw Walter on the roof of building? How did Gus know not to get in his car?
My theory, after rewatching the whole series and then going back to S1E1 was that he was going to eventually start cooking meth no matter what. In the first ep when they are all gathered around the tv to watch hank bust the meth house Walt looked way too interested and his eyes lit up and you could already see the gears turning in his head at that point BEFORE he ends up at the hospital getting diagnosed. I think he was always going to start cooking meth somewhere down the line, the cancer diagnosis just sped that up.
So the only potential story in the Breaking Bad world I would maybe want to see happen.
At the beginning of Ozymandias we see everything goes wrong, Jack's team digs up the money and we see his guys put Jesse in a truck and drive away to his horrendous fate until he's freed and eventually escapes El Camino. But what if Jack and his guys had Jesse with them or were even dumb enough to make him help them hide the barrels of money somewhere else? We know Jack is reckless and arrogant so I could see either of those scenarios happening.
The film El Camino ends with the Vacuum repairman holding a letter for Brock....
I know this may sound like a far fetched idea. But what if the story jumps to modern day 2023 and Brock, now in his 20s, still has that letter in his possession and maybe rediscovers it again Only to notice some oddly placed letters and numbers that he never stood it to him as a kid when the letter was given to him... Maybe some clues Jesse left him to hope one day he'd catch on realize they were instructions on finding the money.
This could lead to any number of heist type films. It would be completely feasible that thousand or millions of people worldwide would know about Heisenberg's story and perhaps there are some rumblings about a large amount of missing money.... A film set in the BB universe but with all new characters and a different angle on story telling seems fun to me. Anyway just something I think about from time to time.
As a Mexican American I would love to see a youthful cast of Latin kids like Brock and native kids. Reservation Dogs was a real standout the last few years and I just really think it would be a fun idea of one last thing to do and story to tie up.
Alas.... A man can dream.
On this motel sign, only the letters CIE are lit. “CIE” - Means “Confidential Informant Executed” - This appears on the screen, immediately after Walter hires Jack and his men, to kill all of Mike’s guys in jail.
Mike’s guys were the only possible confidential informants for the DEA in the Heisenberg blue meth case.
Well played show creators. Well played!
I apologize if this is a frequent question on this sub. I've tried searching the sub but didn't find anything, at least not recent.
On my first watch, I found myself siding with Walt, justifying his actions as a dying man trying to provide for his family.
On my current rewatch, my opinion of him has changed a lot. I now see him as a narcissistic liar, grasping for control and never knowing when to stop. I find myself being much more sympathetic to Skylar on this rewatch.
Nothing is binary, and people are complicated. I think that's what makes the characters of BB so great. But I'm curious, how do you view Walter? Good guy or bad guy?
Better Call Saul season one is objectively better than Breaking Bad season one. While Breaking Bad's high points topped many of Saul's high points in terms of action and suspense, it failed to do the same in terms of character depth. Better Call Saul was also consistently a show of better quality while Breaking Bad is more hit or miss. Finally, the finale of Better Call Saul objectively topped the finale of Breaking Bad. A mark of any narrative art's quality is the quality of its ending.
Whenever Walt and Jesse were far out in the desert, cooking meth — or when Hank called Marie from the same place after arresting Walt, they always had a good cell phone signal. Did the New Mexico desert really have such great mobile phone signal back when this was filmed? Even now I’d be skeptical.
Just a tiny nitpick in an otherwise amazing show. And maybe I’m wrong.
In Breaking bad Season 4, Episode 5 while Walter white was drinking wine on table with family, Hank told that Gale was a genius by seeing his notes and all, Why Walter said This is someone else's work. He could have made Hank easily believe that Gale was Heisenberg, and he could have escaped from all the doubts.
i was watching a movie : « Secret Life of a Celebrity Surrogate » and i notice that the house in the movie is the same house than Elliott and Gretchen Schwartz.gallery
Jesse threw away his money while he was driving through the city at night. Then he got caught by the police. Saul got him out on bail. But why did the police arrest Jesse in the first place? Is it a crime to give away money?
In an alternate BB take, it would’ve been cool to see Hank put the pieces together early on, but have to maintain a normal relationship with Walt. We got a little bit of that at the end, but there was too much evidence to have him play any cooler than he did.
I wonder what Hank would’ve been like talking to Heisenberg as his brother in law for a full season or more.
Once again the models don't belong to me, just did the artwork
I know, the set itself doesn't make sense with the Breaking Bad trilogy story but anyway enjoy !
After finding about Walt being Heisenberg he (Hank) told Marie he isn't going to tell about his suspicions of Walt to his guys at the DEA because he doesn't have enough evidence to prove anything. Also, he said he was afraid that it's going to ruin his career.
So my question is: Is that true? Would it actually damage his career if he told them that the guy he's been looking for a long time was his own brother-in-law? To me that seems kind of weird. Would he be more likely to be awarded for solving the case (or bringing more material in to help to solve the case)?
What's the song that plays when Skinny Pete picks Jesse up from the hospital? It's awesome and I can't find it anywhere...