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Yes, definitely. Don't forget that Hank already had very strong suspicions that Gus Fring was in charge of the operation, and it would not have been much longer before he managed to find enough evidence to come in with a search warrant and find the lab.
Because most of us here in USA use our garage for storing useless crap or lawn mowers, tools, workbenches, etc. Breaking Bad's location was in New Mexico in a desert climate. In a snowy climate or rainy climate many do use garages for their cars. In a mostly sunny climate, there is no need.
Eye of god, the oracle, yes. More simply it represents and eye for an eye, and even more specifically a symbol for karma or cause and effect in the plot structure.
If you remember, at the beginning of Season 5 he was essentially starting from scratch. One common theme through the show was that Jesse and Walt seemed to spend or lose just about as much as they made. So, you need to more or less eliminate his salary from Gus as most of what he made was gone, and he only worked for Gus for a short time so he didn't earn ...
I am almost positive your question isn't... accurate. I believe you're combining the 2 statues that were on Hank's desk. Originally, he was given a statue of Jesús Malverde, as noted in the answer above. No need to go further on that. After Hank showed ignorance of Jesús Malverde, one of his colleagues exchanges statues with Hank, and he is given a ...
I have the DVDs and watch them with the subs on, and some of it is important. The setup for Danny Trejo's character's murder was somewhat important, or at least allowed you to understand it better. The "experiencing the world through Walt and Jesse's eyes" bit is BS. If Jesse and Walt aren't even in the scene, what would it matter? And, like I said, some ...
Haven't seen or heard this anywhere but I've always speculated the purple was a visual metaphor for blood and the meth. Blood (red) and meth (blue) are two main themes in the show, blue + red = purple but maybe I'm adding more brilliance then was intended
It's never outright stated in the show, but it's the only logical conclusion based on the characters we meet: nobody else is shown to have contact with both Gus and Saul. In chronological order: Gus is the distributor Walt first figures this out in S02E11- Mandala after observing his behaviour and knowing Saul's description of him and it's obviously the ...
"I know a guy who knows a guy", is just one of the witty lines that Saul uses every now and then. It does not mean Saul did not know much about Gus. It should not be forgotten that Saul was a "Criminal" lawyer and he must have been in contact with a lot of criminals in the town. A lot of contacts. A guy like this must have had a lot of information about the ...
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