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post #3481 of 4072
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Originally Posted by WaTaGuMp View Post

I am now offering my card playing services, the price is 10k per hour plus expenses. PM me to sign up. biggrin.gif

I think the card offer was 10k for 2 hours and Walt got him to stay 1 hour. Walt putting on the hat told us that Heisenberg was back. For a man with Walt's intelligence, he should have known to hang up the phone so as not to get traced..Congratulations to Vince for winning Best Drama Series and to Anna Gunn for Best Supporting Actress..Talking Bad brought up the fact that Jesse has no luck with girlfriends, they are always winding up dead.

Daily News Writer David Hinckley put Walts cabin fever in prospective: From the Eagles "Hotel California":

"You can check out any time you like, "But you can never leave!."
post #3482 of 4072
A small plot issue: I'm pretty sure nobody would try to use a propane truck to transport across state lines. It would be subject to frequent inspections, and licensing in each state traveled would be required. Certainly not a "low profile" vehicle. HazMat permits are no small undertaking.
post #3483 of 4072
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Originally Posted by lymzy View Post

I guess money laundry and maybe some kind of drug conspiracy/child poisoning?


Huel might of blabbed a little more once the shoe drop with the Hank, an Gomey shootings!

So Saul had to run.

Djoel
post #3484 of 4072
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Originally Posted by TitusTroy View Post

.one thing which was confusing was how much time passed in this episode from when Walt first arrives in New Hampshire to when he leaves...I thought it was 1 month being that the driver told him that he would be stopping by once a month but I'm thinking it had to be longer then that for Walt to grow that much hair

When the Forster character was administering Walts chemo, he mentioned that he read up on it and could do it better than "last time". So that's at least 3 months. I figure its around three months or close to a year since there's always snow on the ground.

Todd is a complete monster, yet is loyal to a fault and is putty in Lydias hands. So nice to have a complex bad guy when so many shows would have wrote him as a straight up one dimensional bad seed.

"It really is a vacuum store" was great.

Even though Walt was mortified that the Grey Matter principals sold him out on TV, I think its more of a final straw. News of Skyler working as a dispatcher didn't exactly sit too well with him. He's going out west to settle all family business.
post #3485 of 4072
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Originally Posted by taxman48 View Post

For a man with Walt's intelligence, he should have known to hang up the phone so as not to get traced..

He wanted it to be traced. He was giving up after his son disowned him.
post #3486 of 4072
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For a man with Walt's intelligence, he should have known to hang up the phone so as not to get traced.

I'm sure Walt left the phone off the hook on purpose so he could get arrested. He did call the DEA and said he was Walter White. Then he changed his mind and fled after hearing Gretchen and Elliott on TV.

Heisenberg is back for revenge.
post #3487 of 4072
Both Li and Na are highly reactive with water and Fe creates heat when it oxidizes in the presence of moisture.. Maybe some form of a bomb. eek.gif
post #3488 of 4072
For those who Todd makes their skin crawl, I'm not sure I see a lot of difference between Todd and Dexter other than their respective parents' skills. smile.gif
post #3489 of 4072
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Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post

A small plot issue: I'm pretty sure nobody would try to use a propane truck to transport across state lines. It would be subject to frequent inspections, and licensing in each state traveled would be required. Certainly not a "low profile" vehicle. HazMat permits are no small undertaking.

Good point. A U-Haul filled with furniture (and Walt in the back with it, but hidden) or something similar would make a lot more sense and avoid inspections or detection if inspected for some reason.
post #3490 of 4072
Bryan Cranston loses best actor Emmey to Jeff Daniels? What a travesty of justice.
post #3491 of 4072
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Originally Posted by Leftcoastdave View Post

Bryan Cranston loses best actor Emmey to Jeff Daniels? What a travesty of justice.

Exactly what I thought. Daniels was least deserving of all the nominees if you ask me.
post #3492 of 4072
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Originally Posted by Tack View Post


Todd is a complete monster, yet is loyal to a fault and is putty in Lydias hands. So nice to have a complex bad guy when so many shows would have wrote him as a straight up one dimensional bad seed.

I think what's really interesting about this dynamic is that Lydia is completely oblivious to it. She is so worried about her own problems and the continual danger that she's in that she doesn't see Todd for what he is -- both the most dangerous person she's crossed paths with, and a young guy who is completely in love with her (or at least, what he thinks of as love). She could get him to do anything, if she could see it, but she doesn't.
post #3493 of 4072
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Originally Posted by NamesJay View Post

Exactly what I thought. Daniels was least deserving of all the nominees if you ask me.

Agreed. Plus, he was kind of flip when he gave his acceptance speech. Then again, I haven't seen The Newsroom.

Later, Cranston presented along with Claire Danes, who won the corresponding actress award to Daniels' actor award. He congratulated Danes and then joked that he had his fingers crossed for his category, although it was already given to Daniels at that point. tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post

A small plot issue: I'm pretty sure nobody would try to use a propane truck to transport across state lines. It would be subject to frequent inspections, and licensing in each state traveled would be required. Certainly not a "low profile" vehicle. HazMat permits are no small undertaking.

I suppose Ed could have somehow had the propane truck only for the New Hampshire leg of the trip or something. It's awkward to consider driving from New Mexico to New Hampshire with Walt just sitting in an empty tank. And does he just pop out every few hours at interstate rest stops for a bathroom break? Ed seems pretty resourceful and may have multiple vehicle options for his methods.
post #3494 of 4072
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Originally Posted by daryl zero View Post

For those who Todd makes their skin crawl, I'm not sure I see a lot of difference between Todd and Dexter other than their respective parents' skills. smile.gif

Todd killed a child and innocent people; Dexer only killed murderers (for the most part).
post #3495 of 4072
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Originally Posted by taxman48 View Post

I think the card offer was 10k for 2 hours and Walt got him to stay 1 hour. Walt putting on the hat told us that Heisenberg was back. For a man with Walt's intelligence, he should have known to hang up the phone so as not to get traced..Congratulations to Vince for winning Best Drama Series and to Anna Gunn for Best Supporting Actress..Talking Bad brought up the fact that Jesse has no luck with girlfriends, they are always winding up dead.

Daily News Writer David Hinckley put Walts cabin fever in prospective: From the Eagles "Hotel California":

"You can check out any time you like, "But you can never leave!."

Yes his offer was 10k for 2 hours, but my offer is still 10k for 1 hour, I am totally worth it.
post #3496 of 4072
Dead horse dept:

I did watch Newsroom last season and dumped it because it was too politicized for my taste. Jeff Daniels might well have deserved recognition for his work in Newsroom, but what Cranston has done with W White this season is far and away the best character acting in recent history. His transformation from king of the hill to fugitive while appearing to descend into madness is pure gold.

Bryan Cranston is a class act and a real gentlemen. I watched several Talking Bad interviews with him and he always gives credit for any Br Ba success to the writers and his fellow cast members. Watch the 6 min interview from a week or so back. He is a genuinely gracious and funny man.

Also Bad timing. I saw the same thing happen in 1963 re: Oscars. Jack Lemmon gave a virtuoso performance in Days of Wine and Roses but lost out to Gregory Peck in To Kill a Mockingbird. Bad luck for Jack that the two were nominated in the same year.

Have an A1 day.
post #3497 of 4072
Jesse trying to escape was pretty stupid based on the fact they had the picture of Andrea and Brock waiting for him to see.
post #3498 of 4072
I guess Albuquerque has some good propane, to need a delivery all the way up in NH.

I googled BFS, looks like a NM brand.
post #3499 of 4072
Some wishes I had in this episode

- Skyler not chickening out and get her family protected 24/7 and tell them about Lydia so she leads them to the nazis
- Marie saving a backup copy someplace else, they were so careless not having copies outside of their house
- Jesse would have escape, it's a shame he couldn't and now Andrea is dead
post #3500 of 4072
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Originally Posted by Nuance View Post

Todd killed a child and innocent people; Dexer only killed murderers (for the most part).

Hence my point about their respective parents' skills. Dexter was given a code. Todd was not. They're both sociopaths who think nothing of killing a person and have little emotional connections to anyone.
post #3501 of 4072
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Originally Posted by DrLar View Post


It's kind of odd that Walt has full set of hair but his Chemo treatment is still ongoing..
that was explained back in this thread as the 2nd & 3rd rounds of chemo one's hair does not fall out but you lose weight instead IE; his ring falling off .
post #3502 of 4072
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Originally Posted by lymzy View Post

I guess money laundry and maybe some kind of drug conspiracy/child poisoning?
Saul went way beyond being just a lawyer & was part of the criminal enterprise .
post #3503 of 4072
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Originally Posted by Fastslappy View Post

Saul went way beyond being just a lawyer & was part of the criminal enterprise .

Plus he took drug money. He would get killed just on money laundering and have his money and property seized.
post #3504 of 4072
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Originally Posted by daryl zero View Post

Hence my point about their respective parents' skills. Dexter was given a code. Todd was not. They're both sociopaths who think nothing of killing a person and have little emotional connections to anyone.

I follow ya. I was just commenting based on you saying you don't see many differences between Dexter and Todd, when there are actually a lot of them. I think Todd is scarier & crazier. smile.gif
post #3505 of 4072
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Originally Posted by Tack View Post

When the Forster character was administering Walts chemo, he mentioned that he read up on it and could do it better than "last time". So that's at least 3 months. I figure its around three months or close to a year since there's always snow on the ground

I don't know Walt's chemo timeline but you're saying that he normally gets it's administered every 3 months?...you're right about the snow being a clue as winter only lasts a few months...I know Talking Bad mentioned it being 3-4 months but I think that was also a guess
post #3506 of 4072
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Originally Posted by TitusTroy View Post

I don't know Walt's chemo timeline but you're saying that he normally gets it's administered every 3 months?...you're right about the snow being a clue as winter only lasts a few months...I know Talking Bad mentioned it being 3-4 months but I think that was also a guess

No, I mean he spoke about the last time he gave him the chemo. He didn't give him chemo when he dropped Walt off, so we assume he did after at least a month had passed. So if he's going to be "better" at it "this time" ...... Plus the time in the guys basement and a 2200 mile trip.
post #3507 of 4072
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Originally Posted by afrogt View Post

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For a man with Walt's intelligence, he should have known to hang up the phone so as not to get traced.

I'm sure Walt left the phone off the hook on purpose so he could get arrested. He did call the DEA and said he was Walter White. Then he changed his mind and fled after hearing Gretchen and Elliott on TV.

Heisenberg is back for revenge.

i think he left it off the hook to throw them off course.... they now think he's in NH, so the focus will be there giving him a better opportunity to get back to Albq. without getting caught. (at least until his last deed is done)
Edited by ljmart - 9/23/13 at 1:41pm
post #3508 of 4072
Looks like a complete series marathon off and on beginning on Wed at 8:00 pm.
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Originally Posted by NamesJay View Post

Exactly what I thought. Daniels was least deserving of all the nominees if you ask me.

This is called Cranston is winning it too much because he's so great lets spread it around a little bit. Reminds of the NBA MVP award in the 90s when Jordan could have won it every year but they would give to Karl Malone or Charles Barkley. Everyone know Cranston (jordan) is the best but they are trying to spread the wealth which is ridiculous.And especially knowing that I can say it is a 100% lock Cranston will win it next year they really didn't want to give it to him this year. If he's the best he should win.
post #3510 of 4072
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Originally Posted by Yrd View Post

I guess Albuquerque has some good propane, to need a delivery all the way up in NH.

I googled BFS, looks like a NM brand.
Perhaps they had a regular run to drop off propane at the Dome. biggrin.gif
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