Always thought of him as basically being an older version of Herc from the Wire
In the early episodes he basically just exists to emasculate Walt.
(Fucking delicious. Very glad there aren’t any near me or I’d be in real trouble…)
Breaking Bad s5 ep6 has a reference to Miracle Whip - Hank isn’t fond of it
Rewatching Breaking Bad and I think I am enjoying the Ted Beneke plot more than ever.
Now I have had a job that involves handling invoices and billing, I fully relate to Skyler’s hell going through the cooked books.
So think I will have to watch this - stopped after S2 originally
- Start from the beginning
- Summaries of S1 and 2 will be fine, then jump straight to S3
Awww, you guys
That’s actually a bit disturbing isn’t it.
Really want that.
Chuck McGill “What A Sick Joke!” Action Figure Playset
Just finished it. Thought the shot of the time travel book at the end was cringy.
Great show overall though.
A bit on the nose. I was just thinking “aaah so this is the bit he would go back to in a time machine” then the book showed up
Did anyone else find the b&w very grating in the end? Took me out of it a bit. There really was no need for it.
Just got to the end of season four watching again. Michael McKean doing karaoke, seehorn absolutely killing it, Dalton really building lalo as a character, and Werner…
Really impressive finale
The sort of episode that gives anyone who loves their wife nightmares.
Yeah they are generally great at subtlety and leaving the viewer to make connections. The book of The Time Machine literally appearing on screen felt like something from a different show.