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If you think back, Jesse said something like that. He said if he were Krazy Eight he would have found something sharp and bought his time until he could make his escape and kill Walter. At the time, he was unconscious and weak, but Walter still remembered Jesse saying that. Those words came back to Walt in that instant as he opened the trash bin. He realized ...


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Well, I can't really do much else to prove this either and can only agree with you there. In the way he said that I'm pretty sure he does indeed mean Victor, especially seeing that there couldn't really be anyone else he'd be talking about that we know of, and for a simple throwaway line without any meaning it was just too prominent. Afterall Mike was at ...


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Yes, according to Imdb he will appear in no less than ten episodes over the course of 2015. This information is easily available and your question shows a stunning lack of research effort. Direct qoute from Giancarlo Esposito: "I have to be in deep prayer to figure it out… to go back and do one or two episodes as Gus, I don't know. I know they could render ...


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It's because he still loves his dad and names himself after something his dad loves. (Flinn is a brand for chemistry)


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There was never a reason given, and Betsy Brandt can only speculate herself: I think Hank and Marie would love to have those kids. I always felt like there was this undercurrent of sadness when they have Skyler and Walt's kids in their house, because I think they probably wanted kids and couldn't have them. I don't know if they talked about it or ...


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I don't think the shop lifting theme was abandoned in the series but they have put it to an end. Here's my interpretation. Initially, Marie was shown to us that she shop lifts for fun and no profit. But when Skyler finds out about that, as mentioned in Bill the Lizard's answer, Skyler was completely against shop lifting and gives lecture and goes hard on ...


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To me the entire premise of Breaking Bad was that no one is entirely good or bad. The writers, knowing that the best characters are flawed characters has made each cast member have both positive and negative attributes. Analysis of the entire cast shows their dichotomous nature: Walt - The mild mannered school teacher who becomes a drug lord Jesse - The ...


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Jack acts that way because his men are there. A group leader needs to display some virtues, one of them being a fair player. Although his men obviously dislike receiving a lower loot, Jack's attitude towards Walt shows them that their boss is not a treacherous guy. At the same time, by moving that way, he is showing them also a proof of authority and ...


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That story arc seemed like it was abandoned, but it did a lot to establish character relationships early in the series. When Skyler confronts Marie about her stealing, we see that Skyler is strongly against breaking the law, and that she encourages her sister to do the right thing by returning a stolen gift. We also see that Skyler can see through a lie when ...


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Season 1, Episode 5: Gray Matter. Walt's initial decision to refuse treatment was based on his belief that he would become a shell of a person. He explains his point of view and adds that to him “the worst part” would be his family only remembering him as the miserable dying figure he would become. You may recall that while in therapy, when Walt finally ...


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Walt is aware of the possibility that Jesse decides to disobey him, given what he already knows about Jesse's personality and their complex relationship. Therefore, when Walt pulls out his order, he is using what is called "reverse psychology". He really aims to get Jesse to do it.



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