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post #3901 of 4072
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Originally Posted by mgkdragn View Post

Prior, Skyler tells Walt she's just waiting for the cancer to kill him ..

sometimes women say things they don't really mean. wink.gif
post #3902 of 4072
I'm gonna quit being a pest (for today) and leave it with you .. this way .. a brilliant choice as a final song
post #3903 of 4072
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Originally Posted by mgkdragn View Post

2) Skyler still loved Walt up until the end

Watch the scene in Ozymandias again where Skyler talks to Walt while the police listen in. He's giving her a way out by minimizing her and the rest of the family's involvement using the Heisenberg persona, and it starts to dawn on her halfway through and she plays along.
post #3904 of 4072
Not just a brilliant choice, the ONLY choice.
post #3905 of 4072
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Originally Posted by mgkdragn View Post

I'm gonna quit being a pest (for today) and leave it with you .. this way .. a brilliant choice as a final song

On Youtube where that song is played (with no connection to BB) have posts like, "This was written 41 years ago in tribute to Walter."
post #3906 of 4072
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Originally Posted by mgkdragn View Post

On Skyler .. up untl the last scene with her at the apartment table smoking a cigarette .. she says something to Walt like "If I hear you say you did it for the family one more time .. " .. Walt admits he did it because he liked it .. Skyler has this almost half smile on her face, like that was the one thing she had been just aching to hear ..

Prior, Skyler tells Walt she's just waiting for the cancer to kill him ..

Before we decide to beatify Skyler, let's remember she drank the kool aide. She embraced the money and when threatened by Jessie after Walt got out of the game, she had her own Heisenberg moment when she told Walt Jessie had to be killed.
post #3907 of 4072
Skyler's key Heisenberg arc was "IFT."
post #3908 of 4072
The first time I saw Heisenberg emerge was as Walt walked away from "KEN WINS" BMW after he shorted out the battery.
post #3909 of 4072
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Originally Posted by kittycarole View Post

sometimes women say things they don't really mean. wink.gif

Like its okay, it happens to guys all the time? biggrin.gif
post #3910 of 4072
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Originally Posted by HairyBee View Post

The first time I saw Heisenberg emerge was as Walt walked away from "KEN WINS" BMW after he shorted out the battery.

For me it was when Hank tried to get Walt to stop giving Jr the Tequila.
post #3911 of 4072
great episode of Breaking Bad last night
post #3912 of 4072
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Originally Posted by HairyBee View Post

The first time I saw Heisenberg emerge was as Walt walked away from "KEN WINS" BMW after he shorted out the battery.
mine was when Crazy 8 took over the "Bounder"
post #3913 of 4072
The first time I meet Heisenberg was when he took on Tuco at his office and blow it UP! And looking out for his partner Jesse!


Djoel
post #3914 of 4072
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Originally Posted by Djoel View Post

The first time I meet Heisenberg was when he took on Tuco at his office and blow it UP! And looking out for his partner Jesse!


Djoel
That's the 1st time Walt did his thinking way out in front of his actions
post #3915 of 4072
SAY MY NAME !!!!!!!
post #3916 of 4072
The first time I meet Heisenburg was when he told those two drug dealers in the parking lot: "GET OUT OF MY TERRITORY!!!"
post #3917 of 4072
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Originally Posted by TitusTroy View Post

great episode of Breaking Bad last night

heehee like none other!
post #3918 of 4072
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Originally Posted by Superman2 View Post

The first time I meet Heisenburg was when he told those two drug dealers in the parking lot: "GET OUT OF MY TERRITORY!!!"

That 's a great scene, he tells one guy who's buying the equipment and compound he's doing it wrong freaking him out, while stepping up to the other one! That's balls, or the retaliation that he has them up against the ropes. smile.gif



Djoel
post #3919 of 4072
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Originally Posted by ljmart View Post

heehee like none other!

they showed Saul managing the Cinnabun in Nebraska, Jesse getting a need for speed while driving to Alaska, Skyler dispatching taxis, Huell watching reruns of 'Cops' in his hotel, Elliott and Gretchen looking over their shoulders every few minutes...one of the best episodes ever
post #3920 of 4072
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Originally Posted by TitusTroy View Post

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Originally Posted by ljmart View Post

heehee like none other!

they showed Saul managing the Cinnabun in Nebraska, Jesse getting a need for speed while driving to Alaska, Skyler dispatching taxis, Huell watching reruns of 'Cops' in his hotel, Elliott and Gretchen looking over their shoulders every few minutes...one of the best episodes ever

lol! hoping netflix catches up soon wink.gif
post #3921 of 4072
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Originally Posted by Superman2 View Post

The first time I meet Heisenburg was when he told those two drug dealers in the parking lot: "GET OUT OF MY TERRITORY!!!"

Which is the exact same episode as the Tequila one I posted about above. Season 2 episode 17, right now on Sundance channel.
Edited by WaTaGuMp - 10/7/13 at 9:13pm
post #3922 of 4072
Walt became the cancer.
post #3923 of 4072
I can't get over how perfect this mashup goes with the ending. Lovely tribute to Walt, he did indeed do it his way.


post #3924 of 4072
I'm STILL trying to get over the last episode. I'm really going to miss Breaking Bad, but I guess all good things must come to an end. I'm sure AMC will bring us something else great soon though!
post #3925 of 4072
As seen in the Hot Off the Press thread:

TV/Business Notes
Katzenberg Offered to Pay $75 million for Three Extra ‘Breaking Bad’ Episodes
By Leo Barraclough, Variety.com - Oct. 9, 2013

CANNES — Jeffrey Katzenberg, the CEO of DreamWorks Animation, told an audience of TV execs at the Mipcom mart in Cannes that six weeks ago he offered to commission three extra episodes — totaling 180 minutes — of “Breaking Bad.” He offered to pay $25 million per episode, he said.

The episodes would continue from where the show ended.

“I had this crazy idea. I was nuts for the show. I had no idea where this season was going,” he said during the keynote session at Mipcom.

“The last series cost about $3.5 million an episode. So they would make more profit from these three shows than they made from five years of the entire series,” he said.

He explained that he had intended to show the extra content as six-minute segments over 30 days online.

“I said (to them), ‘I’m going to create the greatest pay-per-view television event for scripted programming anybody’s ever done,’ ” he explained.

He planned to charge viewers from around 50 cents to 99 cents per episode.

However, this was before Katzenberg knew where the “Breaking Bad” creative team were taking the storyline, which meant his idea was a non-starter.

Katzenberg told the anecdote to illustrate his belief in the commercial potential of short-form content online.

“I share the story with you only to tell you that I have the courage of my convictions in this. I just think that there is a whole new platform for (short form) entertainment … and the higher the quality of the stuff that fills it, the higher people will be paid for the work that they are doing there,” he said.

DreamWorks Animation bought YouTube entertainment network AwesomenessTV for $33 million at the end of April.

http://variety.com/2013/tv/news/mipcom-katzenberg-offered-to-pay-75-million-for-three-extra-breaking-bad-episodes-1200708639/
post #3926 of 4072
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Originally Posted by ToddR View Post

TV/Business Notes
Katzenberg Offered to Pay $75 million for Three Extra ‘Breaking Bad’ Episodes
By Leo Barraclough, Variety.com - Oct. 9, 2013

CANNES — Jeffrey Katzenberg, the CEO of DreamWorks Animation, told an audience of TV execs at the Mipcom mart in Cannes that six weeks ago he offered to commission three extra episodes — totaling 180 minutes — of “Breaking Bad.” He offered to pay $25 million per episode, he said.

It must be nice to be a billionaire.
post #3927 of 4072
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Originally Posted by cuzzin View Post

I can't get over how perfect this mashup goes with the ending. Lovely tribute to Walt, he did indeed do it his way.



The time and effort it took to put that together I can't imagine .. and I thought I was a big fan ..

Excellent
post #3928 of 4072
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Originally Posted by mgkdragn View Post

The time and effort it took to put that together I can't imagine .. and I thought I was a big fan ..

Excellent

It has roof pizza, all is right in the world.
post #3929 of 4072
Just in case you didn't believe that BB is popular in ABQ:

http://www.abqjournal.com/277991/news/descanso-honors-tvs-walter-white.html

This sits outside of the location used for the nazi compound.



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There’s also going to be the Walter White Funeral, which pays tribute to the fallen kingpin for the contributions to drug abuse awareness and Albuquerque tourism that his empire leaves behind in the city where he lived, loved and had come undone.

Organizers said this is a real funeral with a burial and a tombstone. All attendees are welcome to help bury White with a handful of earth that will be provided.

“Breaking Bad” set decorator Michael Flowers will deliver the eulogy and all proceeds benefit Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless.

The event will take place at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at Sunset Memorial Park. To learn more about the event visit www.walterwhitefuneral.weebly.com.
post #3930 of 4072
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Originally Posted by ToddR View Post

As seen in the Hot Off the Press thread:

TV/Business Notes
Katzenberg Offered to Pay $75 million for Three Extra ‘Breaking Bad’ Episodes
By Leo Barraclough, Variety.com - Oct. 9, 2013

CANNES — Jeffrey Katzenberg, the CEO of DreamWorks Animation, told an audience of TV execs at the Mipcom mart in Cannes that six weeks ago he offered to commission three extra episodes — totaling 180 minutes — of “Breaking Bad.” He offered to pay $25 million per episode, he said.

The episodes would continue from where the show ended.

“I had this crazy idea. I was nuts for the show. I had no idea where this season was going,” he said during the keynote session at Mipcom.

“The last series cost about $3.5 million an episode. So they would make more profit from these three shows than they made from five years of the entire series,” he said.

He explained that he had intended to show the extra content as six-minute segments over 30 days online.

“I said (to them), ‘I’m going to create the greatest pay-per-view television event for scripted programming anybody’s ever done,’ ” he explained.

He planned to charge viewers from around 50 cents to 99 cents per episode.

However, this was before Katzenberg knew where the “Breaking Bad” creative team were taking the storyline, which meant his idea was a non-starter.

Katzenberg told the anecdote to illustrate his belief in the commercial potential of short-form content online.

“I share the story with you only to tell you that I have the courage of my convictions in this. I just think that there is a whole new platform for (short form) entertainment … and the higher the quality of the stuff that fills it, the higher people will be paid for the work that they are doing there,” he said.

DreamWorks Animation bought YouTube entertainment network AwesomenessTV for $33 million at the end of April.

http://variety.com/2013/tv/news/mipcom-katzenberg-offered-to-pay-75-million-for-three-extra-breaking-bad-episodes-1200708639/


I guess when you have money you think you can ruin anything just because you can..

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Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post

Just in case you didn't believe that BB is popular in ABQ:

http://www.abqjournal.com/277991/news/descanso-honors-tvs-walter-white.html

This sits outside of the location used for the nazi compound.




Shouldn't it be a pair of pants draped over that cross?

Wow this show is becoming bigger than VG ever thought, not just another cult following either..Darn cool!

Djoel
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