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Throughout the series Walter picks up habits from the people that he kills. The first of this is Krazy-8. Krazy-8 takes the crust off of his sandwich and from then on Walter removes the crust off of his sandwich even though he used to eat his sandwiches with the crust. His sandwiches are an homage to Krazy-8. Before Walter kills Mike he drinks his whiskey ...


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Here's how I interpreted that particular scene: For me, cutting off the crust of the bread is something that is primarily done by parents when they make sandwiches for their children. Considering how Krazy-8 was portrayed up to the sandwich scene, it would be weird for Walter to remove the crust when initially preparing the sandwich, even if that was how ...


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In Better Call Saul, we get a chance to watch how Tuco started his career. His intro in Breaking Bad is simply a drug lord who has lot of connections. But we never knew about how he started his drug distribution empire. And for those who watched Breaking Bad, But speaking about spoiling, actually for those who have watched Breaking, it's Breaking Bad ...


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[Since you asked for no spoilers, I'll try to avoid specifics as much as possible.] I've watched season 1. So far, there aren't any significant Breaking Bad spoilers. Better Call Saul is a prequel, so it's really the other way around: Breaking Bad contains BCS spoilers, so to speak. Mostly, BCS might contain foreshadowing that demonstrates how certain ...


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Pink bear is fallen innocence. In the painted image on the wall above Jane's bed, the same pink bear is hovering in the top right. This bear, and what it represents, has literally fallen into the hands of Walt.


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Let's put aside the fact that Hank's machismo is a disguise for his trepidations and that this makes him a pretty fascinating character and talk real life. Sure, cops, soldiers and firefighters etc. know that they might be in life-threatening situations. However: Those aren't supposed to happen. The fact that these people are in dangerous jobs doesn't make ...


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The show's creator Vince Gilligan who wrote the character of Walter White and wrote the lines you are referring to says that these lines are meant as an admission of guilt and calls it a "long overdue bit of honesty". One of the critically acclaimed lines from the finale is the admission from Walter White the show's protagonist, that "I did it for me." ...


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Gus was the one who warned Hank about the attack. It was also mentioned here, under the trivia section... http://breakingbad.wikia.com/wiki/One_Minute


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Fairly sure it was mentioned on the show, but also according to AMC's character page for Gus, he's the one who tipped off Hank. Meanwhile, two Cartel killers, the Cousins, travel from Mexico to murder Walt to avenge the death of Tuco, his previous distributor. Gus instead steers them toward DEA Agent Hank Schrader but also tips off Hank about the attack. ...


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It's a real place in Albuquerque called "Twisters": So many of Breaking Bad’s filming locations in Albuquerque, New Mexico have become iconic and none more so than Twisters, which played home to Gus Fring’s crystal meth front, Los Pollos Hermanos. See the source article for more information.



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