Originally Posted by pdawg17
Loved it all except Mike leaving Walt alone in the office...the way Mike left Walt attached to the furnace just did not fit Mike's character at all...he is aware enough to know if anyone is tailing him: "I've been doing this a long time, Walter"...yet someone who's done it for a long time would not put a large, plastic zip-tie around a guy's wrist and attach him to a furnace...
I guess they couldn't think of a better way for Walt to get out of that situation - I'm surprised the writers couldn't do better actually...
I think Mike should have gotten proper handcuffs and chained Walter. Or heck, zip tied both hands.
How could Walt have gotten out of that? Call Todd. Hello Todd, this is Yes-Sir. Come to HQ with bolt cutters, and NO QUESTIONS!
I think Todd the eager-beaver intern would've jumped at a chance to please a senior partner.
WTF? Why are you handcuffed?
I said NO QUESTIONS!
Should I call Mike?
No! Mike is otherwise engaged. Get these off me. Good boy. Now go home. If anyone (like Mike) asks, you know nothing.
Walt would've had to deal with Todd later, but whatever. (We'll ignore the problem of Todd getting inside.)
In any event, if you're going to melt plastic off your wrist, at least don't do it to the inner side where your veins and arteries are.. Ouch!